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The Cross Of Jesus: God’s Plus Sign To The World

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 26th, 2009

God bless America and America, bless God

The story is told about a group of college “mathletes” who were returning to their residence hall after an evening of intoxicated pleasure. Suddenly, their drunken leader noticed on the steeple of a church a large cross illuminated by the moon. “Ye mathematicians, look at God’s plus sign!” he yelled for all to hear. The group burst into spontaneous laughter.

One of the students from that prestigious group couldn’t sleep that night. Toward morning he stepped into the leader’s room and shared that the luminous vision of the cross as God’s plus sign (the symbol of His love for mankind) had made him decide to uphold that cross. Seven others from that group followed him and gave their lives to the One who had died on the cross, God’s plus sign. Read the rest of this entry »

Run from Guns: Ten Things To Carry Instead Of A Gun

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 20th, 2009

Not Another Drop! Keeping Kids Away From Gun Violence Is One Of Teen Scene’s And Walk The Cross’s Main Goals.

Just like adults, young people “pack,” or carry, guns or other weapons for four primary reasons: PROTECTION, REVENGE, NOTORIETY, or CRIMINALITY. It can be very scary when a bully threatens to harm you. Getting even may seem to be the only way to save face. Carrying a gun to make others respect you might seem sensible to a youth who isn’t popular. Using a gun to commit a crime and obtain what you do not have might seem to be the only solution. But, are these really good reasons to carry a gun or other weapon? Is this what your parents really want you to do?

What about your future? Should jail or prison be part of your legacy? If you carry a gun it will be way to easy to shoot someone who gets you angry or upset. In the heat of the moment, it’s just way to easy to not think out or consider the consequences of using a gun if you are already “packing.”

Here are ten life-building, life-keeping alternative things to carry instead of a gun or other weapon. Read the rest of this entry »

The Daily Son

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 19th, 2009

Coming soon: daily “Good News” sermonettes on Jesus Christ.

“Go-Ye-Mobile” Donated for Cross Walk Ministries

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 19th, 2009

donated go-ye-mobileCheck out the Dodge Dakota Sport truck recently donated to Cross Walk Bakersfield and Cross Walk California ministries. Because of this donation, Street Evangelist Tom Alexander will be able to take the large 10-foot, 60-pound cross to many California cities in 2009.

Praise the Lord for a new go-ye-mobile and the opportunity to present the cross of Jesus Christ as God’s Plus Sign to men, women and children living in California cities and towns.

CONVICT FOR CHRIST: Tom Alexander’s Testimony

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 19th, 2009


set free from a chemicalized and criminalized life

Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, whom He has redeemed out of the hand of the enemy.

(Psalm 107:2).

I am a born-again Christian, a third day believer.  This wasn’t always the case for me. Like the majority of religious and nonreligious people, I had no clue whatsoever that I was completely selfish and self-absorbed, The purpose of my life was to be the purpose of everyone else’s life. I was totally caught up in the “me, myself and I” syndrome.

Then came prison.

At age 22 and as I sat in  a crowded jail cell, I felt no remorse at all that I had gone on a state-to-state rampage, first robbing a bank in my hometown of Texas City, Texas  and escaping by the skin of my teeth, and then robbing people at gunpoint in their homes throughout California cities and towns, until finally being busted in the northern coastal city of Monterey. Read the rest of this entry »

The Cross and the Unborn

Posted by Tom Alexander on March 12th, 2009

A Person Is A Person No Matter How Small: An Eight-Week Unborn Baby.

In Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears  a Who (both the 1954 book and 2008 movie adaptation) and on the 15th of May in the Nool Jungle, Horton the elephant hears a small speck of dust talking to him. Turns out the speck is actually a tiny world and home to a city called Who-ville, which is inhabited by microscopic-sized inhabitants known as Whos.

The Whos ask Horton to protect them from harm. Though he can’t see them, the goodhearted pachyderm is able to hear the tiny people quite well and agrees to protect them, proclaiming throughout the book and the movie that “even though you can’t hear them at all, a person’s a person, no matter how small.” Read the rest of this entry »