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THE FINAL NINE! Cross Walk America: Pray USA

Posted by Tom Alexander on October 26th, 2020

With 41 states and state capitals cross walked and prayed long and hard for since September 11, 2015, Jeanette and I were so looking forward to taking the 10-foot cross to the final nine states!

Mid-April 2020 was our original plan to take the cross to the nine Northeastern Seaboard states and all the way to Maine. But with so many states being closed due to the virus, we had to postpone the cross walks until June 30. And when that day arrived, we were more than ready to depart.


The first of these nine states would be Delaware.

But first…God put it on our hearts to revisit and pray in Richmond, Virginia and then Washington, D.C. We had walked the cross and prayed long and hard in these two cities in 2017. But because of the violence and riots breaking out all across the nation, as well as an attempt by some cities to defund their police, especially in Richmond, D.C., Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington, we felt the urgent need to pray again at these two cities on our way to the East Coast.

(You can read about the Richmond, Virginia and Washington D.C. cross walks by logging onto our website,


Members Of A Traveling Lacrosse Team, These Teens Gladly Accepted The Football.

It was a wet and rainy Friday afternoon when we reached Dover. We don’t get much rain in Central California, and the gentle yet constant rain falling on Go-Ye-Mobile-2 as we drove to our motel was very pleasing to the soul.

Dover is a beautiful city of 38,000 souls. We instantly fell in love with the city. As we checked into our motel room for the weekend, we praised God for such a wonderful time and motel site. Our room faced a very large lake! And though it was raining, I just had to go across the parking lot to the lake and take in the freshness of the day.

I always carry a football in the truck for a specific reason. As we looked toward the lake from our room, a group of older teens mingled around the parking lot next to the lake. Pointing to the teens I said, “I’ll be right back.” Unlocking the truck, I located the football and walked toward the teens. “Hi, I’m Tom,” I shared to no one in particular.

I shared our mission, and they all listened intently. “Here’s a football for you,” I announced, tossing the pigskin to one of the teens. “You know, major league baseball players often warm up by throwing a football.” The teens looked surprised, but they began to toss the ball around. I also handed each one a special two-sided tract about Jesus Christ. Each one gladly accepted the tract as well. “Jesus Christ loves you all,” I shared as I slowly walked back to our room. “Thank you for the ball!” one of the teens yelled as I walked away. “And for sharing what you and your wife are doing.”


Delaware’s 975,000 Souls Need The Lord! To That End, My Prayer Was That God Would Send Great Revival Throughout The Land!

The next morning the rain had stopped. Since the Capitol building was under two miles away, decided to cross walk from the motel along the very busy highway/main street.

Though it was 8:00 in the morning, people were already out and about. And they were very happy to see the cross!

People passing by in cars and trucks honked their horns and gave the thumbs-up sign as I slowly made my way to the cross street that would take me to the capitol building. I handed out two-sided tract cards to people walking by on the sidewalk and shared our reason for being in Dover.

Like the other eight states, Delaware is considered liberal. But that certainly didn’t stop anyone from taking the tracts! As I walked I prayed out loud and for all to hear, asking the LORD of the Harvest to send forth the Spirit of revival throughout Dover and the entire state of Delaware. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on October 26th, 2020


Reverend Yang Is From Virginia. Today He Was Also Praying At The White House.

After praying hard, loud and long at the White House south side lawn, I lowered the 10-foot cross to my right shoulder and walked toward the east side of the White House. A pleasant sight captured my attention as I approached the large guard station protecting this side of the White House from intruders.

Reverend Fisher Yang from Strasburg, Virginia stood on the sidewalk near the guard entrance and next to a sign printed with the most familiar Bible passage in the world—John 3:16! As I approached Fisher, a smile crossed his face. “You brought a large cross to the White House!” he exclaimed.

His smile was contagious.

This brother from South Korea was also handing out tracts to all who would receive them. He had been in D.C. for a week and had been praying for the safety and salvation of our president and all White House personnel, as well as the Capitol Police.


All Lives Matter To Jesus, Including Law Enforcement Officers.

We had church at the White House! We prayed together and sang a couple of stanzas from Amazing Grace for the eight Capitol police at the guard station, as well as the people passing by, to both see and hear. You could sense the presence of the Spirit of the living God.

Excusing myself, I shared that I was going to go talk to the police for a few minutes. Brother Yang warned, “They aren’t too friendly.”

As I approached the stern-looking Capitol police I shared, “This is a 2-sided tract I hand out to all law enforcement officers, all LEOs. Thank you for guarding our president and the White House.”  I held out a tract to one of the officers. He took it and thanked me. This broke the ice and as I handed out a tract to the other officers, I shared, “We just prayed for you all…for your safety and your family’s safety as well.” A collective “Thank you!” filled the air.

We must never forget that police officers have families. At the end of the day, they want to go home to their families. Just like you and me. That’s why I am very quick to hand every law enforcement officer I meet a special tract, as well as thanking them for protecting our nation and letting them know that I am praying for them and their families. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on October 13th, 2020


This wonderful family from Alabama and I prayed together for our nation and for its political leaders.

After praying hard and long for America’s 850,000 Thin Blue Line law enforcement officers, I loaded up the 10-foot, 60-pound cross and headed for The White House.

Parking at Constitution Garden and near the huge Washington Monument, I ate a small snack and then began the short walk to the White House. I wasn’t tired but knew it was important to eat as well as hydrate.

The Washington Monument is the tallest stone structure in the world at 555 feet. After resting a few minutes and enjoying the beauty of the National Mall surroundings, I lowered the cross to my right shoulder and headed toward my destination.

At the park a family from Alabama greeted me and I shared the purpose of the cross walk. Each one wanted a picture of them holding the large cross, and it was quite a joy to see their enthusiasm and love for the Lord Jesus Christ. We also prayed for America and for all three branches of the federal government—for great revival to break out among all our political leaders and lawmakers.


Believers Must Pray For This City Of 750,000 Souls, As Well As For Our National Leaders.

After a long chat,  I gave each of them the special two-sided tracts I had created for this particular cross walk. “If we don’t see you again, we will see you in heaven!” the father shouted out as they slowly walked away. “Yes! Here, there or in the air!” I answered back. All four smiled and the dad replied, “Hey, I’m going to use that!” I smiled and began walking toward the White House, a big smile on my faith. “God bless you brother,” the mom shouted out for all to hear.

It was quite refreshing and invigorating to spend time with this young Christian family. Though I didn’t know it, before this cross walk was over, I would meet and talk with many families similar to this one. Surprisingly, there are a lot of Christians living in this beautiful city and national capitol. And it was a pleasure meeting and talking with so many.

Waving and smiling at the people who walked or drove by, I quietly asked the LORD of the harvest to send forth such a powerful spirit of revival throughout the nation’s capitol that hundreds of thousands of souls, including America’s political leaders, would accept Jesus Christ as both Savior and Lord.

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Posted by Tom Alexander on October 12th, 2020

I Joined This Pro-Life Group In Prayer When I Learned They Were praying For A Specific Reason.


After praying hard and long at our nation’s Capitol for our elected Senators and House of Representatives, I walked the cross a couple of blocks away and to the United States Supreme Courthouse. To my surprise, dozens of  news reporters were mingling around the main steps to the Courthouse, as were several pro-life advocates.

These men and women were standing together silently in prayer at the bottom of the long flight of steps. After I hoisted the large cross behind them and prayed long and hard for the Court’s nine justices, I then moved the cross to the middle of the group and joined them in prayer.

Only my prayer wasn’t silent.


Whenever I hoist the cross and pray, I pray loud enough for people all around me to hear because I definitely want everyone to know what I am praying for—and why I am praying.

Conceived Lives Matter! Let Us All Pray That Abortion On Demand Is Eventually Outlawed in Our Nation.

Although I didn’t know it, the pro-life group was there today because the Justices were ruling on a decision as to whether or not the government can force employers, including religious nonprofits, to provide contraceptive coverage to their employees, in violation of their religious beliefs.  I joined the group and asked the God of all life, including the unborn, to vote in favor of religious freedom.

Later that day, we heard the Justice’s decision, a vote in favor of pro-life advocates! The power of prayer continues to not only uphold God’s righteousness, but also slowly but surely topple unrighteous laws and judicial decisions. The battle is the LORD’s but He calls us to show up and pray against the darkness. Amen!

I stayed and prayed for one hour, then said good bye to the pro-life group.

Although I didn’t know it at the time, the large cross and the cross walker made national and international news this day. Reporting on the Justices’ decision, major news media outlets throughout America and the world featured a video or image of the 10-foot cross as I hoisted it and prayed against the American holocaust. Amen. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on October 5th, 2020

July 2020. For A Time Such As This.


The 2-sided tract I handed out to the residents of Washington D.C. as well as political aides to the president, congressional leaders and supreme court justices.

After the Richmond, Virginia prayer cross walk for the city’s Thin Blue Line and its 232,000 souls, Jeanette and I headed for our nation’s Capitol, about 110 miles away. In February, 2017 we cross walked and prayed hard and long in D.C. for not only our nation’s political leaders, but for the city’s 720,000 souls as well. Because of the extreme political unrest throughout America, we felt the strong urge to return and walk the cross and pray once again for national healing and revival.

After settling into our motel room, we prayed that this pray cross walk would be even more successful and powerful than the 2017 walk. Almost 2,700 miles from home, Jeanette and I slept like babies throughout the night. The journey from Bakersfield to D.C. had been long. BUT HERE WE WERE ONCE AGAIN!


The next morning while Jeanette prayed, I traveled the four miles from our room to my favorite parking spot just a block away from the Capitol Building.

The large cross is an attention getter! As I unloaded the 10-foot, 60-pound cross from Go-Ye-Mobile-2, I couldn’t help but notice the large number of individuals walking by and whose eyes were fixed intently on the cross. Some faces were filled with curiosity. Frowns filled a few. But plenty of the faces had happy smiles. I shouted out, “Good morning!” to all who passed by. Most returned the greeting.

A loud voice filled the air. “Where you taking that cross?” I turned to look and noticed a man dressed in a business suit smiling as he awaited my answer.

I explained the purpose of the cross walk. The young man shared that he was an aide to one of the senators and he would let him know that a cross walker from Bakersfield, California was in D.C. today to pray for all three branches of the federal government. “You know Kevin McCarthy?” he asked as he walked away. “Not personally,” I answered. “But we are from the same city.” Kevin McCarthy is the House Minority Leader in the United States House of Representatives. Read the rest of this entry »