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Street Report from Forest Park and Boyle Avenues, St. Louis, Missouri

May 25, 2005 Dear Pro-life friends, Praise the LORD for Mike Kaul, the man who stands in front of Planned Parenthood in St. Louis on Wednesdays as he is a street minister. He is teaching me how to share the Gospel on the streets. Also, another woman will soon be joining us on Wednesday afternoons at PP. I am glad of this. We can use all the help the LORD sends, especially between 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. We are in need of literature to distribute; if you happen to have some extra pro-life brochures, they will be most appreciated and used wisely. I also need some information for the women in my classes. You can contact me for my address. Today was a slow day at PP (praise the LORD); I was admonished by the director of PP to not get on their grass. : ) I think their losing 4 clients last week must have aggravated her a bit. I am wearing my scrubs to witness, as more cars will stop for literature. Mike's signs are very powerful as the women driving in actually cover their eyes! Two black wome

Take a Stand for Jesus

By Angela Wittman For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. (Philippians 1:21 KJV) Not often, but every once in a while, God brings us to a major turning point- a great crossroads in our life. From that point we either go toward a more and more slow, lazy, and useless Christian life, or we become more and more on fire, giving our utmost for His highest- our best for His glory. -(Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest) Dear Friends, While reading the above selected excerpt from My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers, I was reminded of how exciting it is to know, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. I can remember as a young believer praying to see God at work, so I could join Him. I would see outwardly successful "ministries," and think the Lord must truly be at work there, only to find out the work was one of human endeavor, rather than spiritual. The emphasis would not be on winning the lost to Christ, or teaching young believers Scripture; but it would be on p

The Harvest is Great

By Angela Wittman Therefore said he unto them, The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few:pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest.(Luke 10:2 KJV) May 18, 2005 Today was my first day witnessing at Planned Parenthood in St. Louis on a Wednesday afternoon with Mike Kaul. Mike had approximately a half dozen large signs displayed along the sidewalk in front of PP; most were aborted baby signs. We began witnessing around 1:20 (as pp does not open until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.) I handed out brochures while Mike wrote down license numbers (this is to keep track of how long a woman stays, and we can then kind of know if she was there long enough to abort, or was getting contraception.) At 1:20 p.m. a beautiful young black girl (14 or 15 yrs. old) walked up to the building. She had her Social Studies book with her. I asked her if she was going inside for birth control or a pregnancy test? She said, "A pregnancy test. I think

Third parties should build credibility at the local level Third parties should build credibility at the local level first Tuesday, May 10, 2005 While reading the editorial "Stufflebeam in '06?" I wondered if I should respond or not, as I am a founder of the Constitution Party of Illinois. So, I have decided to leave this at your discretion as to whether or not my response is published at Illinois Leader. My hope and prayer is that the Constitution Party in Illinois will focus on running candidates in local elections, such as city council and county board before spending time, energy, and resources on a candidate for governor. It has been said that "all politics is local", and this is a wise saying, especially in reference to third parties. A base of support needs to be built before going after such a high profile office. Credibility must be established for any new struggling party. I pray the Constitution Party of Illinois will please remember these wise words as they make their political

Sow the Seed

By Angela Wittman But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. (2 Cor. 9:6) Dear Friends, I hope you will find something of worth in this report of my activity and observations while on the street in front of the child killing abortion mill in St. Louis, Missouri: Today is April 22nd. It is approximately 9:30 a.m., and I am at the corner of Forest Park and Boyle Avenue at Planned Parenthood. The last time I came was two weeks ago, and a ranting, raving, aborting man threatened me. So, I have brought a tape recorder, Gospel tracts, an aborted baby sign, and I have the LORD Jesus Christ with all His heavenly hosts surrounding me. --------------------- Today is May 6th, and I am at Planned Parenthood on the corner of Forest Park and Boyle Avenue. It is 9:40 a.m., and so far, there isn’t anyone else here. Because I do respect a friend who has been doing this a whole lot longer than I have (even before I be