Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Black Hebrew Israelites Exposed



The Black Hebrew Israelite movement has dozens of chapters across the country and is known for its anti-white sentiments. They are very vocal on YouTube, and when we run into them out soul-winning, they tend to be hostile.

No better than the KKK, Black Hebrew Israelites hate certain people because of the color of their skin. They claim white people are Edomites, but what does the Bible say about hating Edomites?

"Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite; for he is thy brother: thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian; because thou wast a stranger in his land." Deuteronomy 23:7

The whole point of the Black Hebrew Israelite movement is to try to prove that Jesus Christ is black, which makes zero sense. I love black people, but this teaching is contrary to scripture, contrary to history, and contrary to common sense. Instead of accepting the fact that people come in different colors and we can’t all look just like God, Black Hebrew Israelites want to fashion a God in their own image. One of their favorite verses is the following verse from Revelation:

“His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire;” Revelation 1:14

They interpret that to mean that Jesus has wooly hair, so he’s a black man. The verse does not say his hair is like wool or wooly. It is saying his hair and his head are white like wool. I believe this is due in part to the fact that Jesus is glowing, but it is ridiculous to try to use a verse that says he is white to prove he is black. They'll also use a verse about people's skin being blackened because they are suffering from starvation to try to prove that the children of Israel were black.

"Their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleaveth to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick." - Lamentations 4:8

"Our skin was black like an oven because of the terrible famine." - Lamentations 5:10

No skin color is better than another, but saying that Jesus was black makes about as much sense as saying he was Chinese. If I had to guess, I’d say that Jesus probably had light brown skin while he was here on this earth based on his nationality and the fact that he was born in the Middle East.

We can see from reading the Levitical law on leprosy that black hair was the norm for the children of Israel, but there’s a verse in Jeremiah where he talks about the Ethiopian’s skin, so it was obviously noticeably different than the skin of Jeremiah and the people to whom he was speaking.

“Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard his spots? then may ye also do good, that are accustomed to do evil.” Jeremiah 13:23

Anybody who is following the Black Hebrew Israelites is not very smart. You don’t see educated black people joining the Black Hebrew Israelites. This group is nothing more than a gang of ghetto thugs who want to take their preconceived racist ideas and try to fit them into the Bible. They are wrong on salvation, and their primary focus is race. They are so prideful about their skin color that they refuse to worship God unless he looks just like them.

We don’t know exactly what Jesus looks like, but he was not born in Sub-Saharan Africa. Not only that, but trying to elevate one ethnicity above another is unbiblical because the Bible says to avoid genealogies. Hopefully this post will give you a few answers for these Black Hebrew Israelites who are just trying to glory in their flesh. Whether someone is extremely black, extremely white, or somewhere in between, they can become grafted into the family because God is not a respecter of persons.

“For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.” Romans 10:12

Here is a sermon from Brother Tyler Baker on the Black Hebrew Israelites.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

The Truth about Hinduism



I recently uploaded a documentary to YouTube called "The Truth About Hinduism." Coincidently, just as we came out with this documentary, there was a news story about a CNN host eating human brains with the Aghori people, a Hindu group that is discussed in our film. What that CNN guy did was wicked, but I believe God had a hand in the timing of the news story in order to draw more attention to our film.

The Truth About Hinduism not only exposes Hinduism as a Satanic religion, but it also gives a clear presentation of the Gospel. In just six days, it had over 65,000 views until it was suddenly removed by YouTube. You can still watch the full movie here on archive.org free of charge. If you didn’t get to see it, I strongly recommend that you watch it while it is still available online. We are also putting it on a DVD, which will be available for free here at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, starting on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.

If you come to our church, we’ll have the DVDs on the back shelf for you in two different styles of packaging, but if you don’t live in the area, you can order the DVDs from Framingtheworld.com. If you buy the DVD in the regular blockbuster case, you’ll also get two additional giveaway-style DVDs in small, cardboard sleeves and shrink wrap. We really hope you will share this documentary with people which is why we are packaging the DVDs this way.

You will basically be getting three DVDs for the price of one. You’ll have one nice DVD to keep on the shelf and a couple of giveaway-style ones that are more convenient to hand out. I produced this film because I love Indian people and want to reach them with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thousands of people have been saved as a result of some of our other documentaries, and hopefully many will be reached with this one.

There are 1.1 billion Hindus in the world, but you hardly ever hear preaching specifically against Hinduism. Not only that, but many of the philosophies of Hinduism have made their way into our American culture, and we need to expose them as unscriptural. I’m hoping that this educational video will inspire Christians to win Hindus to Christ, but hopefully, many Hindus will also watch the film and see that they are in a false religion and need to get saved. The Truth About Hinduism is an interesting film with some shocking information in it that YouTube apparently doesn’t want people to see.

Click here to order the DVDs from Framingtheworld.com.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Most Recent Missions Trip to Guyana & Trinidad and Tobago



“Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest? behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.” John 4:35

Our most recent missions trip to Guyana proved very fruitful. I was part of a team of nine guys, and we were all just blown away by how receptive people are down there. When we first asked people if they knew for sure they were on their way to heaven, hardly anybody gave the right answer. The people of Guyana love the Bible and are often affiliated with some "Christian" denomination, but they are lost.


Day 1 (February 28, 2017)

A few of the guys got there ahead of us and started winning souls before they picked us up at the airport. They had 16 people saved during that time. On my first day there, we preached the Gospel in two schools and made appointments to preach in several more. The students were very attentive, and hundreds raised their hand and prayed to receive Christ. In addition to that, 73 of the people we dealt with one-on-one that day got saved.


Day 2 (March 1, 2017)

The next day went even better. We preached in several more schools including a large Catholic school where they split us up and had us preach to several separate classes. Thankfully, our guys had sermons ready since we thought I was going to be preaching to the entire student body all at once. Each guy preached two or three different sermons to an average class size of 30-75 students. It seemed like almost every student raised their hand to get saved. At each school, we talked to a lot of students and teachers one on one, and many of them got saved. We also gave out DVDs of our films to the students and teachers at every school we visited.


Day 3 (March 2, 2017)

We returned to preach to the rest of Central High School, a school where we had preached to half of the students the day before. We also stopped by the Catholic school, St. Rose’s, to drop off more USBs and DVDs, and then we headed to Georgetown and did some tourist stuff. We visited the ocean, shopped for souvenirs, and handed out DVDs. People liked that we were missionaries and gathered around to hear what we had to say, resulting in more salvations.


Day 4 (March 3, 2017)

We left Guyana on the fourth morning, but three members of our team stayed behind to preach in more schools. The rest of us flew to Trinidad, where we had 54 people show up for the preaching service. Many of those in attendance were die-hard listeners, but others were just visitors that the listeners had brought. Eleven visitors got saved that evening, and four people were baptized early the next morning.

We would have baptized a lot more, but the hotel was strict about not allowing cotton clothing in the pool, so we were only able to baptize those who had swim trunks. Later that day we went soul winning. We had 15 soul winners out, and eight people got saved. Trinidad wasn’t quite as receptive as Guyana, but the soul winning still went well.


Totals for This Trip

To summarize the whole trip: In four and a half days we preached to 4500 school children. We handed out approximately 7000 DVDS and over 300 flash drives. I baptized four people, and we saw 169 people saved through personal soul winning.

The salvation number of 169 is very conservative and only includes people that we dealt with one-on-one through personal soul-winning, not the school students who heard the Gospel in a large group.  The majority of school students raised their hand and prayed a prayer after hearing the plan of salvation, and if I had to guess, I’d say there were over 1,000 saved, but we are only officially counting those who we were able to deal with on a more personal level. Our goal is to keep returning to Guyana and preach in a total of 111 schools over the next two years. We can potentially reach an entire generation in that country with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


One of the great things about the trip was that several people other than myself got to preach. All of us did a lot of soul winning. My son Solomon won ten people to the Lord on the trip and was excited about the fact that several of them were teenagers around his age. Everyone on the team had an amazing time and gained valuable experience.

Please let me know if you are interested in joining us on a future missions trip. We are going to Malawi, Africa, in April. When it comes to soul-winning, South America and Africa really aren't that different. We are going to the poor people of this world that are receptive to the gospel, and we need more laborers.

“Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.” Matthew 9:37-38

Here is a video of Peter James preaching at a school in Guyana.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

DVD Giveaway - BURN that Way After All



I recently put together a brand new video called “Burn that Way After All.” This important film exposes the false teacher, Johnny Nixon, who wrote the perverted book, "Born that Way After All." The agenda of this wicked book and Nixon’s corresponding “ministry” is to allow Sodomites into church and make them children’s workers. Yes, you read that right!

I just want to get this exposé out to as many people as possible to warn them about the dangers of “Born that Way Ministries,” which is supported by Bob Gray Sr, S.M. Davis, and other independent fundamental Baptists. We need to blow the whistle on infiltrators like Johnny Nixon and Joshua Agan as well as the pastors they have enlisted to help promote their so-called ministry.

Anybody who contacts us about Burn that Way After All will get 3 DVDs in one envelope since the whole point is to spread the word about this issue. We are making the DVDs free since we want to get the message out to as many people as we can.

Framingtheworld.com is helping us distribute Burn that Way After All. To order your 3 pack of DVDs from framingtheworld.com, just put it in your cart for zero dollars and you’ll be charged just $4.99 shipping and handling.

If you can’t afford to pay the shipping and handling, no problem! We just really want you to have these DVDs. Just e-mail our church at faithfulword1@gmail.com, and we’ll cover the shipping and send three of them out to you free of charge. The DVDs will also be available for free here at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona.

I encourage you to watch Burn that Way After All on YouTube if you have not already done so. You’ll be shocked at how wicked the book, Born that Way After All, really is. My new film, “BURN that Way After All,” is being manufactured onto DVD as we speak, and we will have at least a thousand of them ready to ship out by early next week. Pre-order the film now, so that Paul Wittenberger or I will already have your address and be able to ship out your DVDs the same day they are finished - hot off the presses!

Help us spread the word about the film by sharing it on social media. Order your three pack of DVDs and hand them out. This is an important battle right now in fundamentalism, and I appreciate people doing their part to help expose the false doctrine and sinister agenda of “Born that Way Ministries.”

Click here to order a 3 pack of DVDs

Here is the link to watch Burn that Way After All.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Update on Trinidad Preaching and Soul-Winning Event


I will still be preaching on Friday, March 3, 2017, in Trinidad and Tobago, but the location has changed. Courtyard Marriot Hotel in Invaders Bay, Port of Spain, where I was originally going to be preaching, has canceled our reservation. Apparently, the Sodomite activists called them and got the event canceled, which has happened to us several times now just because we preach what the Bible teaches on the subject of homosexuality.

We are living in a day when only one viewpoint is allowed. You must be totally tolerant of homosexuality and not talk about what the Bible says, or a lot of companies won’t do business with you. I respect the right of a private business to refuse service to anyone, but whenever a Christian company tries to do the same thing, they’re persecuted. They get in trouble for not wanting to bake the Sodomite wedding cake or whatever, but apparently, this isn’t a two-way street. We have to tolerate and accept their filth, but they can’t tolerate our position, which is the biblical Christian viewpoint.

Anyway, the new venue for the March 3rd preaching event is a place called the Centre of Excellence in Tunapuna. We will be meeting in a room called Mandela Hall. The address there is 17A Macoya Road, Tunapuna. We will be meeting on Friday night, March 3rd at 7 p.m. for a preaching service, and the next morning on Saturday, March 4th, we’ll be meeting back at the same place at 9:30 a.m. for soul-winning.

If you’ve never been soul-winning, this is a great opportunity to get out there and try it as a silent partner. We will have a few people with us that know how to do the talking, so just show up that Saturday morning, and we'll pair you up with someone who is an experienced soul winner.

If you live anywhere in Trinidad and Tobago or even elsewhere in the Caribbean, I’d love for you to join us at either the preaching service, the soul winning time, or both. I appreciate the sacrifices people make to attend these events, and they are always a great time of fellowship with like-minded believers. We will have plenty of DVDs of our films to give away to everyone in attendance.

Hope to see you in March!

Here is the link to the event on Facebook

Sunday, February 19, 2017

New Orleans Soul-winning Marathon - June 2, 2017



“The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; and he that winneth souls is wise.” Proverbs 11:30

We have a soul-winning marathon coming up in New Orleans, Louisiana, on June 2, 2017. We will be teaming up with Faith Baptist Church in Violet, Louisiana, which is located just outside of New Orleans. The pastor of Faith Baptist Church, Pastor Joe Major, seems like a great guy. His preaching style is dynamic, and he’s not afraid to speak out on controversial subjects. In fact, I recently listened to one of Brother Major’s sermons, “Born Straight After All,” which was great!

It may sound strange that I’m calling that subject “controversial,” but preachers who have taken a stand publicly against “Born that Way Ministries,” are few and far between. Pastors like to talk about "same-sex marriage," but very few are sounding the alarm about Sodomites in general. Wolves in sheep's clothing like Johnny Nixon and Joshua Agan are trying to infiltrate churches, and people need to be informed.

When we have these soul-winning events across the country, people often drive several hours to attend. We even have people who fly in from Canada, so don’t feel funny about flying out or taking a long road trip from another state. You are definitely not alone. There are actually people who attend every soul-winning marathon, which is great!

We need silent partners at the soul-winning marathons, so don’t worry if you’ve never been soul winning or if you’re just not comfortable doing the talking yet. We will pair you up with someone more experienced, and you can be a silent partner. Showing up is the first step to becoming a soul winner--we all started out as a silent partner.

Also, this would be a great time for those of you who live anywhere near New Orleans to meet Pastor Joe Major, who is a man of God in your area. Hopefully, through this event, people will get plugged into the church there and continue to win souls on a regular basis.

I hope to see some new faces as well as some familiar ones. I can’t say enough good things about those of you die-hards who are able to travel long distances to the marathons. I appreciate your friendship and the sacrifices you make to attend these events. God bless you, and I’ll see you in New Orleans this June!

“Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.” Proverbs 27:17

Here is a recent sermon by Pastor Joe Major on Marriage and Divorce.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Two Victory Baptist Churches Exposed

“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;” 2 Timothy 4:3

On my quest to further expose false teacher, Johnny Nixon, and those who are funding Born that Way Ministries, I’ve discovered that two churches are closely involved. These churches are working behind the scenes, but they are the real enablers. Victory Baptist Church in Elyria, Ohio, is the headquarters for Independent Baptist Online College where Johnny Nixon is a "Bible instructor," and Victory Baptist Church in Fort Valley, Georgia, is Johnny Nixon’s home church that is supporting him and giving him a platform to preach.

Johnny Nixon was obviously a failure as a pastor and has very few followers on YouTube, but with the help of those two churches and other participants such as Bob Gray Sr., Nixon’s hoax of a ministry could still succeed at infiltrating certain segments of the IFB movement.

Victory Baptist Church in Fort Valley, Georgia, says they are all about diversity, which sounds great until you look at the fine print. They aren’t just talking about the fact that church is for all ages and nationalities. Notice the words “bisexual,” “Lesbian,” "homosexual," "queer," and “transsexual” in this image taken from their website:


Since even open Sodomites and trannies are welcome at Victory Baptist Church, it’s no surprise that the pulpit isn’t reserved for independent fundamental Baptists. Trendy non-denominational, Greg Locke from Global Vision Bible Church, who I exposed previously, is also a keynote speaker at the 14th Annual Camp Meeting, which will be held at Victory Baptist Church.


Johnny Nixon has set his sights on the Bible belt, and a few of the good ol' boys seem happy to oblige. I’m sure they can count on Clemmon Chappell to shout out his trademark “Wellll, Glory!” as soft spoken Johnny Nixon takes the stage at the camp meeting. The question is, who exactly is being glorified at this convention of pedophile enablers?

Born that Way Ministries says their goal is “to educate churches on how they can effectively reach the gay community.” In my video where I expose the book, Born that Way After All, I show what exactly Johnny Nixon and Joshua Agan mean by that. Their book makes it clear that they are recommending Sodomites be embraced in churches as children’s workers. Keep your children close and steer clear of any church that supports BTW Ministries.

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” 1 Peter 5:8

Here is a sermon about The Dangers of Church Nurseries.