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?”
CAM is responding to the opportunities to point people to Jesus during COVID-19 by printing small cards to pass out at food lines, healthcare centers.
Recent studies show that the percentage of Americans who believe in God dropped from around 90 percent to 79 percent in the past sixteen years.
The billboard said, In the beginning God created. Don said to himself, “I’m going to call and discuss evolution, but I’m not going to be converted.”
Angie was once a Christian and was searching for God when she saw the billboard that read, Are you preparing to meet Jesus?
Thank you for giving Milan a way to escape! Due to a detour Milan was forced to drive past some immoral places he had frequented years before.
Nick and Minnie have been living together for 27 years without getting married. They have driven throughout the country and have seen many of CAM’s billboards.
“I think this is my breakthrough.” Amy commented, at the end of the call with a phone team member. She thanked God for being willing to receive her.
The religiously unaffiliated, also known as “nones,” consist of people who describe themselves as atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular.”