September 1st, Labor Day weekend marks our 7th year anniversary in evangelism. Oh how good the Lord has been to us. We have seen 205 souls saved since beginning this ministry. Not for anything we have done but because of who He is, what He has done and because so many of you have been faithful to pray for us as we traveled to share God’s Word.
Our prayer for last year was that the Lord would enlarge our coast as with Jazeb. He has done just that. We were blessed to be able to go into some new areas this year.
This year our pray is that the Lord will see fit to continue to expand this ministry into more states and more new churches. The wider the scale of this ministry the more people can be reached for Christ.
Randy & Kathie Roberts
Randy is a native of Reidsville, NC. He was gloriously saved September 28th, 1983, and was called of God into the ministry in September 1986. Volunteering at the local prison is where he began in ministry.
This lead into Randy’s first full-time ministry position as Jail & Prison Chaplain. Randy served there for two years.
While attending seminary, God opened the door for an interim pastor position. After several months, this lead into a full-time pastor’s position where he served for ten years before moving to his second pastorate, where he served seven years.
It was while serving there as Senior Pastor that God called Randy into full-time evangelism. It is with grateful appreciation and thankfulness to our Lord and Savior that he serves in this capacity. As God was working in Randy’s life regarding evangelism he felt an urgency to begin this evangelism ministry in Tishomingo County, Mississippi, where he served for 5 1/2 years until God lead him to relocate to Reidsville, North Carolina this year.
Randy married his wife, Kathie, who serves along side him, in 1977. They will go wherever God leads them. If you would like to contact Randy about a revival, youth rally or conference, please see our Contact page. We ask that you pray for Randy and Kathie as they serve the Lord through evangelism.