Leading the Way in Presenting the Gospel; along with Teaching and Motivating Christians to Share Their Faith in Jesus Christ.
William Blackburn Ministries is located in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Harvest Evangelism has always been our heart. Our ministries consist of “Church Revivals”, “Area Crusades” along with producing Videos and Books on “Evangelism Training” and “Dynamic Christian Living”. For thirty years, Evangelist William Blackburn has led the way in Harvest Evangelism, Real Revival and True Salvation. Watch Real Revival Services.
His messages have resulted in tens of thousands of people coming to faith in Christ. In addition, thousands of Christians have been drawn to a closer relationship with the Lord. Many marriages and families have been restored. Holiness and Godliness have become the standard in many lives and Evangelism has become the center focus of Christian work. News Articles
Evangelism Is The Life Blood Of The Church
The Bibles says, “he who wins souls is wise”. Evangelism not only wins the lost to Christ, it revives the hearts of God’s people. God commands His people to go into all the world and make disciples. When we obey God, it produces joy, peace and a victorious Christian life. Let us who claim the name of Christ be busy about our Father’s business. A Glimpse Of Glory.
As Missionary David Brainerd said, “Let us not be found as amateur and unskilled workmen”.
His name was Clyde Dotson. He was my grandfather’s brother, my great uncle. I knew him personally though superficially. He was a man of God and I was a man of the world. We were related but separated.
Our two paths crossed infrequently, yet he would have a tremendous life-changing impact on my life.
I met Johnny when he was 18 years old. He had just graduated from High School, in a small Arkansas town, where he had been a High School football All-American. Johnny had it made. He had everything the world says it takes to be happy. He was good-looking, he was smart, he was popular and he was a football hero.
In our modern culture, there are many choices confronting Christians that are questionable. How can a sincere Christian determine if something is right or wrong, when it is not clearly spoken of in the Bible?
When ask if they are going to heaven, most people invariably say, “Yes! I believe I am”. I find this very interesting because most of the respondents show little or no Biblical evidence of being “saved”.
And the Bible says, a person must be “saved” in order to go to heaven.
Some years ago, there was a woman who wanted to live forever. Her name was Sarah Winchester. Sarah was married to William Winchester, one of the men who manufactured the Winchester Repeating Rifle.
William became a very wealthy man, and when he died, Sarah became a very wealthy widow.
Can a person know for sure they are going to heaven? The answer is an emphatic yes! God wants you to be saved and know it. The problem is, many think they are going to heaven based on their personal or religious beliefs rather than the Word of God. This is a tragic mistake.
Are You Born Again?
You can do a lot of good and even religious things in your life. You can be baptized and attend church regularly. You can tithe and pray and live a moral life. You can give your money to the poor and help the needy. But Jesus said in order to go to heaven, you must be born again.