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Posted by Tom Alexander on May 11th, 2012
Visalia Is The County Seat For Tulare County And Is A Friendly City Of 125,000 Souls.

Visalia Is The County Seat For Tulare County And Is A Friendly City Of 125,000 Souls.

Brought the large cross to this central valley city of 125,000 souls. Parking a few blocks from the large county administration compound, I walked the cross to the courthouse complex, hoisted it upright and prayed for all justice personnel, including the judges, law enforcement officials and the jury services system, as well those facing charges for any type of criminal activity.

The people were very friendly, and some would come up to me and share how much they appreciated that I was praying at this facility. When I shared that I would be praying at several different locations in their city, they couldn’t believe it. But it was true! Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on May 11th, 2012

It Was A Great Pleasure To Pray At This Courthouse And For The People Of Tulare.

After walking the cross all morning in Visalia, just a few miles north of Tulare, I drove the go-ye-mobile south on Highway 99, to this city of 57,000 souls. After taking a 15-minute break to eat, parked the truck at the city’s Zumwalt Park and walked the cross throughout the corridor housing the county and city government facilities.

The people of Tulare are very friendly and though they had never seen a cross walker, most of them waved as I passed by, on my way to the Superior Courthouse building. Hoisting the large cross upright, I asked God to bless all justice personnel and to help the people of Tulare say no to drugs, gangs, violence and criminal activities. I asked the Lord to send a special revival to Tulare and bring many men, women, children, families and individuals to Jesus. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on May 7th, 2012


Street Evangelist Tom Alexander Praying At Delano's City Hall.

SUMMER OF SALVATION (SOS) 2012 begins! In conjunction with Cross Walk California! Walking the cross throughout the cities of California. Today, the city I will cross walk is Delano, population 50,000 souls and about 30 miles north of Bakersfield. It’s been two years since I last visited this city. Everything seems the same. A friendly small-size city.

As I park the go-ye-mobile, people in their vehicles began to blow their horns in appreciation. Today, I will walk the entire perimeter of Delano, which will take some three hours. But what’s three hours when it comes to souls? Before I lower the large 10-foot, 60-pound cross on my  left shoulder, I ask the Lord of the Harvest to let everyone who sees the cross look upon it as His Plus Sign! Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by Tom Alexander on May 7th, 2012

After an invigorating cross walk in Delano, drove to McFarland, parked the go-ye-mobile at City Hall and walked the large cross throughout this small town of 10,000 residents. I have cross walked McFarland a couple of times before, and I always enjoy praying for and talking with the youth and adults of this friendly town.

As I was unloading the 10-foot, 60-pound cross, a man approached and asked if that was a cross. He was excited and shared that his son was mayor of McFarland, and that he and his son were true believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. We talked a few minutes, praising the Lord for His goodness to the city of  McFarland and its residents, then I walked to where City Hall and the Police Station were.

Praying at McFarland's City Hall and the Police Department.

Hoisting the cross upright at the small City Hall/Police Department complex, I prayed long and hard for the leaders of this small community and for its small force of dedicated police officers. The mayor’s dad came up to me again and watched as I prayed for the leaders of McFarland. I could sense that people inside the building were also watching. I asked God to bless this town’s leaders and police officers, and praised the Lord that, since my last walk here, the local Mexican Mafia (MM) gang problem had been dealt with. No longer did I see graffiti around the area, which was a big plus to law enforcement’s efforts to curtail this particular plight. Read the rest of this entry »