States of Refuge Little Rock Report

 

    

States of Refuge Little Rock Report 

“Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time” (Revelations 12:12).

 

 

OSA Saints preparing for day’s activities 

As we prepared to go back to Little Rock, Arkansas as a part of the States of Refuge campaign, we suspected the battle to establish Arkansas as an abortion-free state was escalating. It takes a village to kill a child and Little Rock has many tentacles that prop up and insulate its last remaining death camp. Sadly, abortion has entrenched itself through the silent consent of the church. In addition, the “nicer than Jesus” pro-lifers who shrink from preaching the Word of God at the clinic have strengthened the powers of darkness that jealously protect child sacrifice and the shedding of innocent blood. 

Two men of God, Pastor Mark Holick and Ron Duhe, were arrested on a public sidewalk at the death center. At first, there was confusion over the charges. Were they arrested for lack of a permit or was it a violation of a sound ordinance? I believe they finally settled on charging them with disordely conduct. A local lawyer with Alliance Defending Freedom has taken the case. She is perplexed by the police department’s handling of her clients, their arrests, and the stonewalling she experienced while representing them. 

We are hopeful that officials will drop the charges or our brothers will be found innocent. Rest assured, this city will be held accountable by God for this injustice. It will learn the hard way that we are not the troublemakers and the disturbers of the peace In 1 Kings we read how King Ahab, the civil authority of Israel who supported child sacrifice, called the prophet of the Lord, “The troubler of Israel.” “I have not made trouble for Israel,” Elijah corrected, “But you and your father’s family have. You have abandoned the Lord’s commands and have followed the Baals.” It is Little Rock’s death camp that has troubled the land, by disturbing the peace of innocent children in the sanctity of their mother’s womb. 

Before Pastor Mark was arrested, he was spat on by the security guard as he was trying to persuade couples to choose life. Interestingly enough, this was also the first time the abortion mill brought in deathscorts with signs and umbrellas to “protect” deceived parents from the truth that might spare lives and save souls. Clearly, the city government and death camp were on edge. They were highly agitated, irritated and full of fury. This could be an indication, according to Scripture, that their time is short. We were faithful to decree this message at the gates of hell.

Opening Rally

 The States of Refuge Little Rock event opened with a rally Wednesday evening at Redeemer Community Church. This was a miracle of sorts. Another church volunteered to host us and right before the event had to withdraw. Obviously, this left us in a predicament. The Lord, however, came through and provided another church to host us right before the event began. Thank you Jesus!

That night we laid out the vision for the event and for the States of Refuge campaign. The main message preached that night was The Tale of Two Governments. At the end of the rally, our marching orders for the next day’s activities were given.

Day One 

The saints gathered at 6:30 AM to hear instructions from God’s Word from Rev. Flip Benham. He was preaching from Isaiah, which correlated with the OSA Bible Reading Schedule. Throughout the week, Rev. Flip went back and forth from the prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah to challenge the saints to consider how they were going to vote in the upcoming critical election. Though he never did tell anyone who they should vote for, he did put this election within the Biblical context found in Jeremiah. God’s Word states: 

Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, to all who were carried away captive, whom I have caused to be carried away from Jerusalem to Babylon: Build houses and dwell in them; plant gardens and eat their fruit. Take wives and beget sons and daughters; and take wives for your sons and give your daughters to husbands, so that they may bear sons and daughters-that you may be increased there, and not diminished. And seek the peace of the city where I have caused you to be carried away captive, and pray to the Lord for it; for in its peace you will have peace (Jeremiah 29:4-7).

Rev. Flip taught that our nation is under the judgment of God. Our land has been taken captive by Obama and his tyrannical ilk. In times such as this, we are to pray, live, and vote with this understanding. We should seek the peace and prosperity of our beleaguered nation, so we may have a possibility of peace and prosperity.

One smaller team left from our staging area and went to the death camp to lift up the name of Jesus, to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom, and to provide a choice for parents that would lead to life not death and blessings not curses. The clinic was open on Thursday, Friday, and, thank God, closed on Saturday. Typically, Saturday is the busiest killing day at abortion mills. There were four babies saved that we know of and two turn aways. There may have been more that were spared the horrors of abortion, but that is what we know for sure.

 

 

OSA Saints passing out tracts and ministering the Gospel

  The majority of the saints went to Central High School armed with signs, literature, and the love and truth of Christ. We passed out tons of tracts, witnessed one-on-one, and preached to the students who congregated outside.

Another team went to the neighborhood of the clinic manager who has worked at this death camp for 25 years. A week before this excursion we sent out a flyer to about 900 of her neighbors, exposing her participation in the hidden works of darkness. This time, however, the saints went to her home and neighborhood to complete a two-fold witness.   

Afterwards, we returned to ther clinic to “give them heaven” until it closed. We concluded the day with our evening rally at Redeemer Community Church.

Day Two

We gathered together at 6:30 AM at our staging area. One smaller team went back to the clinic, while a larger team went to another high school. It was North Rock High School. One incident in particular personally blessed me. It happened when I challenged a group of young men to receive our tracts. Most of them stayed where they were, others hestitated, but one young man instantly came. His name was Mason. Mason is a Christian who is not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He boldly stands for His Lord. His testimony brought tears to my eyes. He not only took the tract, but asked for copies to pass out. We discussed the fact that Jesus, the Gospel, God’s Word and abortion would be the topic of the day in his school. I challenged him, and others that named the name of Christ, to seize the opportunity and muster the courage to contend for the faith in their school. They promised they would.

 

Pro-life display set up at university 

Afterward, we split up. One team went back to the deathcamp, while Tom Raddell set up his magnificent display at the University of Arkansas. The day before, they denied him access. The conversation, however, was caught on video. Thankfully, they reconsidered their denial of our Constitutional rights and invited us back to their campus. There were lots of divine appointments and open effectual doors of ministry. 

Mosque Outreach 

“For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them” (Ephesians 2:8-10). 

The Mosque outreach on day two deserved its own special mention, especially in light of the recent attacks against our embassies abroad. Typically, when we go to mosques to present the Gospel of the Kingdom, we set up outside, pass out literature, hold signs, and preach from a sound system. This time, we actually went into the mosque to observe their service. To save space, this brief video presentation highlights what happened as men of God confronted this false religion with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Day Three 

The saints gathered at our staging area in the morning at 7:30 AM. We were met with a rainy, stormy day. Tom Raddell was scheduled to set up his display at a huge farmer’s market, but this was cancelled due to the weather. Regardless of the down pour, God’s mail still had to be delivered so a team of us went to the abortionist, Tom Tvedten’s residence.  

We passed out flyers to his neighborhood and throughout the town. He lives in Heber Springs, which is about an hour and a half away from where he applies his grisly trade. It appears he is trying to conceal a double life and to distance himself from his grave evil.

We are preparing a follow-up mailer for the entire Heber Springs community. There will be no tranquility for those who murder God’s babies for blood money.

As I write, there is another Christian/Prolife ministry preparing to come to Arkansas next week to set up a Truth Tour. They will be there for a week. They will go to universities, high schools, busy streets, and the death camp. This helps to create the wave after wave impact we planned for the States of Refuge campaign. Brethren, continue to stand with us in prayer, labor, and financial support as we seek to offer God the first abortion-free state in America.

Here is a brief video message to the death camp, right before the event began. Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  1. Brian Cross says:

    Thank you so much for coming to Arkansas. Cease not to cry out to the LORD our God for us.

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