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


Anonymous said...

Know them by their fruits?

Anonymous said...

Well that's clear. Marriott supports paedophiles!!! Avoid them, especially if you have kids!

Clive O'Hagan said...

Yes there is a definite trend in conservative media to accept these people amongst other things. It maybe this is checking the pulse of conservative values by their reactions in the comment sections.

Either way I fear Christianity is like the titanic right now. Just before she snapped in two and broke her back.

Anonymous said...

Pastor Anderson: I congratulate you and thank God for preachers like you, with that zeal of the word of God, and who preach truthfully, without thinking to whom you like or dislike, and I give you my moral support, in all His battles, and every time I see in his preaching videos, that there are many people who would like to be present in his church, I think of myself.I have seen many of yours videos:The Sodomites will Never Stop Us (my favorite, really inspired)I was thinking totally that you said in the Bible that a righteous king of Israel commanded to bring down all the houses of these dogs, as the bible calls the sodomites, so that they were not even near the Temple of God.They must all be dead in a God goverment.I also heard the sermon you mention from Pastor Roger Jimenez The Christian Response to the Orlando Murders Pastor Roger Jimenez VBC Sacramento CA. I also totally agreed that: Why would anyone want to take sodomites to church? If the Bible says they are worthy of death. They're people who should not be in the church, much less a Christian should look for them to take them to the Church, this really makes sense to me.
And I also saw the video of the foolish pastor who was a Bible study president and preached against them, many years before, when it’s was popular, but not anymore, now he says he was young and stupid, and that he apologizes and has a homosexual voice.
I am in perfect agreement with you and Pastor Jimenez. But one week ago I read in Matthew 11: 23-24 this: Matthew 11:20Then he went on to say hard things to the towns where most of his works of power were done, because they had not been turned from their sins.
Matthew 11:23 And you, Capernaum, were you not to be lifted up to heaven? you will go down into hell: for if the works of power which were done in you had been done in Sodom, it would have been here to this day. Matthew 11:24 But I say to you that it will be better for the land of Sodom in the day of judging, than for you.Matthew 11:25 At that time Jesus made answer and said, I give praise to you, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have kept these things secret from the wise and the men of learning, and have made them clear to little children.In Matthew 11:20 it says that Jesus began to reproach the cities in which he had done most of his miracles because they had not repented.
Rebuke Chorazin, Beth-saida, Capernaum Jewish villages. I was very surprised that Jesus himself said in Matthew 11:23 that if in Sodom he had performed the miracles he did at Capernaum, Sodom still existed today. How is it possible that Jesus will visualize himself entering Sodom, to preach and perform miracles as in capernaum? And he said more: if he had done this, Sodom would still exist today. How could it be that if the heavenly Father destroyed this city of uncleanness and without mercy, Jesus said that if he had gone to Sodom to do his miracles, would Sodom exist in the days of Jesus? If those people do not deserve have their houses around the temple of God, why would Jesus say that if he had gone to Sodom and done his miracles there, would Sodom still exist today?These words of Jesus have me very confused.How could Jesus think that these people had An opportunity for salvation and Heavenly Father would have destroyed them by filth and without mercy?
Would Jesus have been able to preach to them and save them by their miracles?Are they people to be preached or not?If Christians are compelled to do the things that Jesus did, and to say the things that Jesus did,What do we do with this writing?Martha

Shedrock said...

This was a great opportunity for me to experience soul winning for the 1st time in the 7 years that I've been saved. The preaching was so powerful and riveting that it gave me goose bumps. I Hope you post the video soon.

Even though I listen to your sermons daily, it is a whole different experience hearing you live. You are truly Spirit filled and blessed with the gift of preaching from God. I thank you so very much for taking the time to visit Trinidad.

19 Souls saved in just your short visit. Amen!