Hopelessness crowded Briana’s* thoughts. She grew up in Kenya then moved to the United States searching for a new life.
CAM’s Gospel billboard message Where are you going—heaven or hell? generates more calls than any other message our team has designed.
An update on from rejection to peace. This is the account of Tina* and Carrie, who were adopted from Romania by different families.
Gary*, a hardened atheist, called our billboard number three years ago. He said he cursed God every day for all the evil in the world.
Placing Gospel billboards where they are most effective is our goal. In July 2019, a caller informed a phone team member of a vacant sign in the parking lot of an adult bookstore in Port Trevorton, Pennsylvania. After learning of its availability, a contract was immediately obtained and the message Lust destroys; Jesus saves was… Read more
Abigail’s* journey of rejection started 28 years ago when she was a 2-weeks-old, and her mother to dropped off Abigail at her grandparents.
But there was a third sign for the traveler on the road to Gaza, seen yet earlier in time. Signs proliferate around us.
Kate has battled a spiritual conflict for years. She shared her fear of demons within her that keep her from knowing God.
Billboard Evangelism’s theme verse is: “To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God..
From a caller who was on her way to a surgical consultation. In the midst of her worry and fear, was reminded that “Jesus can be trusted.”
Melody’s husband died in the armed forces. Melody stopped believing in God and became bitter. She said, “He had just taken my family.”
Every week, the Billboard Evangelism phone team talks with hundreds of callers. Many of the callers are seeking spiritual guidance.
First a billboard message, then a phone conversation, and finally a printed page of truth in hand, helped Jim and his neighbors begin Bible studies.
We not only want our callers to see loving hands on a billboard, but we also want them to experience the loving hands of Jesus through caring believers.
“I had someone close to me die,” Grant said to one of our phone team members. “I have been bothered by this. What happens after I die?”