Since we all gathered in Rochester, New York, this past summer for our National Event, God’s providential hand has been revealed to the saints here as they watch Him do exceedingly abundantly above all they asked or imagined.  

Another victory at Planned Parenthood today, March 20, 2014

Rescue Rochester has begun a shift at the downtown Planned Parenthood each Thursday for the past couple of months now.  We hold, signs, pray, and preach.  Sometimes we preach to moms and dads going into the facility, sometimes to the staff, sometimes just to the wall or to ourselves.  God’s Word is powerful!  Today, just after we left, an employee came out and crossed the street to talk to a man that has been at this site for years, praying and holding a sign.  She confessed, “Adolf, thank-you for being here and praying.  Today is my last day – I’m quitting this job!”


We know that God is hearing the prayers of His people and the preaching of His Word.  He watches over His Word to perform it, as it goes forth and accomplishes His purpose.  Amen and Amen…

Jerry Crawford

This just in from Mike Warren and Jerry Crawford.  Here is another amazing report from Rescue Rochester of God’s providential hand moving at the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in Greece, New York.  We spent a lot of time storming the gates of hell there during our National Event last summer.  Our God is indeed and awesome God!


 Dear Friends,

 Since the OSA event in Rochester last July, Rescue Rochester has focused our Saturday morning prayer and proclamation time at Planned Parenthood in Greece, NY. Last July saints from all over the country descended on this outpost of evil, to lift up holy hands in prayer and warfare praise and preach the gospel of the kingdom toward this stronghold of blood-guilt. The next door neighbor greeted us with open arms and allowed us to stand on his property near the entrance and has continued to allow us to use this access these last months.

 Last Saturday, we took up our positions once again. However the parking lot was empty! Sometimes Planned Parenthood has scheduled training gatherings at other locations but there was something different this time.

 Posted on their door was a sign that told of the new hours. Saturdays CLOSED!; and a few other caveats were thrown in. Another sign declared that this was a Hate Free Zone, with another giving pointers how to respond to “protesters” So we take great encouragement that God is on the move at this Planned Parenthood. That the presence of Christians, standing, praying and declaring truth has an effect.There is a crack in the wall and we are thankful to our Lord Jesus for showing us this encouraging development.

 As far as we know, there are no abortion mills open on Saturdays in Rochester. So we are looking to branch out with some afternoon and evening outreaches at some of the other locations in town. Thanks for your prayers and thank-you for coming to Rochester last July to help us push against the evil wall of Child Murder in the Flower City. We remain.

 Yours for the Least of These,

 Mike Warren and Jerry Crawford


Here is a picture of Shawanda and Michelle Stewart at our national Event in Rochester, and the accompanying story.   Pray!




Please pray for Shawanda Corbett. Jeannie and I have gotten to know her and helped her settle in at the college at Rochester Institute of Technology.

She is facing an enormous battle.


Michelle Stewart asked me to forward this prayer request to the OSA family.  Lets show true love for this young woman by lifting her up to our heavenly Father.  ~B

Our friend Shawanda Corbett from Rochester, who we met at the intersection of Church and State street, is in need of prayer right now.  Some folks might remember her as she came to service with us after coming to The Lord on the street.  She was born without legs and without one arm.  The pictures of abortion really struck her.  She said her parents who already had many children, admitted that if they had known she would be born with birth defects would have aborted her.

Praise The Lord she is living for the King now!  She is involved in ministry on campus at RIT, keeps up with me, and gets together with Mike and Jeannie from Rescue Rochester.  She is an amazing woman who miraculously does ceramics with incredible skill, and with one hand at that!

She is going through some serious health problems at the moment, and while I won’t go into detail for her privacy’s sake, she needs prayer for discernment and faith.  Fear of the unknown is a big battle in the next stage of her treatment.

I am privileged to know her, as she keeps my spiritual walk in check.

Sometimes my problems seem big, but then I talk to this amazing woman who is beating so many odds every day when she gets up and gets going.

Pray for protection from fear, provision for medical expenses, equipment, and treatment, and for peace while she undergoes scary and possibly painful procedures.  Pray that the doctors will treat her as the miracle she already is, and that compassionate nurses cross her path.  Pray also that she can minister to others going through this particular disease as well.

Be encouraged family!  Shawanda is fruit of our OSA labors, and I am so excited that she not only is going to Heaven with us, but she is helping us advance the Kingdom through her unique ministry!

Here we are in Rochester at one of the services.

  Mike and Jerry give us this write up of the miracles God is working as a result of our National Event in Rochester, New York, this past July.  God’s church in the city of Rochester is rising up in the strong Name of Jesus to stand in the gap on behalf of our precious preborn brothers and sisters.  The gates of hell cannot prevail against God’s prevailing church.

Abortion will come to an end in the city of Rochester when the church of Jesus Christ makes up her mind it will come to an end, and not one second sooner.


October 13, 2013


Dear Brothers and Sisters,


Since the OSA event in July, Jerry and I have been busy following up on the contacts that OSA missionaries handed us after they visited numerous churches during the OSA Sunday church visitation outreach. Terry Crawford has been our executive secretary setting up meetings with these pastors. All the pastors we have visited have been encouraged and have encouraged us by agreeing that something must be done. They have thus far been interested in any materials we have been able to provide. We are making available the “Abortion Violation” pamphlet and other resources such as, Randy Alcorn’s book, Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments, Ray Comfort’s, and Rusty Thomas’s books, The Kingdom Leadership Institute, and Abortion Violation as well as the tracts that Flip has made available. All the pastors have appreciated the visits and we expect some opportunities to speak at Sunday school classes or at additional special meetings in the future.


Jerry and I have plugged into a monthly meeting of area pastors that Pastor Ron from our host church, Bethel oversees. He has had us in to give a report on the event in July and to inform pastors how their churches can get involved. We have visited four pastors in the black community and have shared at a monthly pastors gathering at a church on Columbia Ave. near a high school that we visited during God is Going Back to School campaign . Elder White is a gifted evangelist and orator and always wants us to attend and participate in the meeting assuring us that he wants to help us any way he can. We also visited a large church is Rochester whose bishop oversees 89 churches from Buffalo to Syracuse. They would like some of the resources to use in their youth program. Pastor Mike, who has a church in a hard neighborhood in Rochester and led a segment of the Solemn Assembly during OSA/ROC, has been in touch. We have met and had some time of fellowship. He and his family attended Life Chain that Rescue Rochester coordinated in October.


Since July, we have shifted our weekly focus to two main locations, Planned Parenthood in Greece, NY and Morris Wortman’s clinic on S. Clinton in Brighton. We have invited the churches to come out for a focused gathering at these two locations and numbers are increasing. At the Planned Parenthood location we have 10-14 out with us, added to the 12 – 15 Catholics that have been at Planned Parenthood.  This means we have grown from two, to a group of 20-25 each Saturday. These are moms, dads, couples and at times some young people. On Tuesdays our other focus day, we are seeing 4-6 joining with us at Morris Wortman’s. At each place the Berringer Sound System and the additional large Malachi and Rescued Baby picture signs that OSA donated to us has been really useful and effective. At these locations our sidewalk counseling and preaching has increased and we are using the tracts and pamphlets to distribute to passersby and clients when we can. Jerry and I are also taking up a leaflet and sign holding station on other days at the University of Rochester Medical School to tract and talk to the students that walk from the campus to the hospital school location.


The OSA visit has lit a spark and embers here in Rochester and these embers are beginning to flicker into a flame. Our goal is to continue to marshal the momentum gained by OSA’s investment here in Rochester and to see the church move from affirmation that something needs to be done to actually participating in the doing. Please continue to pray for us.  Blessings to all who came to the OSA in ROC this summer, your labor was not in vain in the LORD! I’ll close with this scripture that God has given to me as a motive and encouragement; may it sow courage into your heart also.  2 Corth 4:13 “It is written: “I believed; therefore I have spoken.”…Since we have that same spirit of faith, we also believe and therefore speak,”  Jerry and I hope to see you in Jackson, Mississippi in November! We remain.

Yours for the Least of These,

Mike Warren and Jerry Crawford


This article from accurately reports the effect of seeing the graphic images has on women. Two women seeing the ugly signs decided to not abort their children!    When people see the truth of what abortion is – the cruel torture and murder of innocent babies – they will turn from this horror!  Yes, they will be shocked, and horrified.  They should be! This is the true face of abortion. These signs are bloody and horrible and no one wants to look at them but they depict the truth of abortion. Babies are dying, innocent blood is flowing in our cities and we are all responsible.

Miss Pat

Rusty and the leadership in Rochester give us a great look back upon much of what our Lord accomplished during our national event in Rochester, NY. ~ Flip

By the grace of God, the Thomas Nation has returned home from a tremendous missions trip in Rochester, NY. Saints from all over America converged in Rochester for our annual national event. It turned out so different than what we expected. We thought we were going to get pummeled, both legally and physically. As it turned out, though the Attorney General’s office retained its commitment to enforce the permanent injunction against peaceful, pro-life Christians, God granted us tremendous favor with the local police. They gave us Carte Blanche. We pretty much did whatever and went wherever the Lord led us with practically no interference from the police. in fact, in some cases they assisted us in presenting the Gospel of the Kingdom that exposed the culture of death savaging our nation.


Mike Warren our local leader, along with Jerry Crawford, sent us this communication after the event ended. 


Thanks again for pouring into Rochester and our ministry. Many have told us it was an awesome event and we are trusting that the precious seed of the gospel that was spread throughout the city will spring up with much fruit. The Crawfords, the Warrens, and the Powleys got together Sunday night to pray and evaluate our time and hear of each teams’ effectiveness on the streets. Rusty, I took the liberty of posting your report on the RR web site. It gives a great run down of the event. I hope you all are recovering from all the exertion.

We are looking to the Lord for the wisdom and strength to take the next steps and have some follow up meetings and invites going out for the saints to join us on the streets. From what we can determine the Rochester area Planned Parenthood and clinics altered their schedules greatly and might have never opened while OSA was in town. I know Wortman’s was closed most of the week at least from Thursday through the following Wednesday.

An appreciation letter from my brother-in-law Gary is attached. We had a follow up meeting with Shawanda, the girl with no legs who was wonderfully saved at the Federal Building, and a few others and watched Maafa 21 just last night. Leo, the young man who was saved, could not make it. But he should come for the second half showing on the 19th. Shawanda starts classes and moves on campus at RIT soon.  Jean and I are trying to plug them into local churches near their homes and will be visiting them. Leo lives just two blocks from a sponsoring church that made us some lunches.

We have scheduled our first volunteer meeting for August 17th and will be calling on pastors (29 church contacts were established during this event) these next few weeks. I am ordering more Maafa 21’s for the large number of black churches our people visited. This was a great answer to prayer as we have desired to make some connection with the black community over the years.

In Him,



Local Pastor’s Letter


Christian Fellowship Church

‘Doing life Together’

36 Heritage Woods Ct.           Rochester, NY 14615                        (585) 748-6089

Gary W. Pfeiffer, pastor


Sixteen gentle warriors from Connecticut made it to Rochester, New York, to lend their brothers and sisters a hand in bringing the Gospel of Christ to the streets of this once great city.  Rochester has been the home of several great Gospel revivals in years past and we pray that our visit there will be an encouragement to allow Almighty God to do it again.  We have heard from our leadership team in Rochester that the abortion mills were, as far as they could detect, shut down for our entire seven day visit.  Here’s the CT Newsletter! ~ Flip

Adam Tennant, husband of Paige and father of Olivia, Wesley, and Hudson, is a wonderful and powerful man of God who does not flinch in the face of adversity.  Particularly when it comes to himself and his walk with King Jesus.  Here is his ten minute exhortation to all of us to examine our own walk with Christ.  He said more in ten minutes than I could say in 12 hours and ten minutes.

 Here it is!

This will encourage you.  Enjoy!

Rusty allowed us to be blessed with the wonderful gift God has placed in his wife Kendra. She is a great writer. Here is her final report of the incredible workings of God in Rochester, New York.

Enjoy!  ~ Flip


Operation Save America: Rochester Report

Rochester, New York—The conclusion of Operation Save America’s annual outreach is always bittersweet. We experienced the powerful presence of the Lord on the streets and during the evening rallies; yet now we must return home. We met new friends and experienced deep companionship with old ones; yet it’s time to say goodbye. As a body of believers we ministered to the lost and hurting and rescued those unjustly sentenced to death; yet many will return to their community to do so alone…

Alone? Perhaps. But “greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world” (1 John 4:4). The same God that visited Rochester wants to visit your city. May this report encourage you, as you return to your local ministry.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

During one of OSA’s evening rallies, Rev. Rusty preached on the “Cups of the Lord.” He mentioned the cup of blessing, the cup of sorrow, and the dreadful cup of God’s wrath. OSA saints drank deeply of the cup of blessing during the outreach. This cup of blessing, the gospel of Christ, poured out onto the streets of Rochester, with salvations and rescues throughout the weeklong event. In addition, just as the Scottish poem and song Auld Lang Syne implored, OSA drank “a cup o’ kindness yet.” The fellowship between saints and the favor from local churches was truly “a cup o’ kindness yet.” We believe the seeds which were planted will grow up into a mighty Tree of Life for the city of Rochester, with leaves for the healing of nations (Ezekiel 47:12; Revelations 22:2).

In the multitude of counselors there is wisdom and victory (Proverbs 11:14; 15:22). Rochester revealed to the national leadership of Operation Save America a more effective (as Pastor Dunfee preached on Monday evening) approach to mobilizing the local churches. OSA has traditionally used a prophetic approach in challenging the churches to take a courageous stand for Christ and His little ones. The biblical model was Jeremiah, the Weeping Prophet (Jeremiah 7:1-11). Although a proper response in certain circumstances, it is not a fitting response in all situations, especially if the churches are seeking fealty to Christ. Instead of a prophetic admonishment, OSA gave a “Macedonian call: Come help us.”

On July 28th, OSA saints attended Sunday morning services at various local churches. After each service, Christians from Connecticut, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Texas and other states made a personal appeal to mercy. They met privately with pastors and church leaders and presented a loving invitation to share the Gospel of Life on the streets of their city. One saint explained the divine encounter she had with a kindly pastor’s wife. At one church, a woman enquired about Wendee Brisart’s prolife tracts. They had a wonderful conversation before Wendee even realized that she was speaking to the pastor’s wife. The church wanted to get more involved in the battle, so both women saw this chance meeting as a divine appointment. Many pastors were encouraged to join the battle for life. We also had a local pastor, Pastor Kirk, join us on the streets of Rochester. He even carried a Malachi sign through an abortionist’s neighborhood. Praise God!

The ministry continued in the afternoon. Ilka Molnar from Connecticut shared a testimony that happened at the local Panera Bread. As she sat outside at the bakery-café, she observed a car pull into the parking lot, music blaring. The driver was a handsome African American man in his twenties. Ilka approached the driver and offered him a tract. As he sat in the car, he turned down the volume and allowed her to speak. She thanked him for turning down the volume and handed him a gospel tract. He said, “I’m okay.” To which Ilka replied, “I know you’re okay; you’re healthy but what about your spiritual health? Do you know Jesus?”

At that moment, a tall, muscular man approached. He stood near Ilka and reached his hand into his shirt, as though he carried a gun. The other man quickly placed his hand on top of whatever was beneath the muscular man’s shirt. The first man kept his friend from pulling out something and said, “She’s just telling me about Jesus.” After the danger passed, they spoke. Ilka learned the two were homosexuals. The first man, Kevin, and the second man, Peter, listened as Ilka shared the gospel. She began by telling them how God created Adam and Eve, not two men; how man was to leave his father and mother and cleave to his wife, not another man; how God created all men with a purpose. She challenged the men to be the men God has called them to be. After talking for some time, Ilka invited the men to pray with her. They replied they were not ready yet, but did request she pray for them. With Kevin and Peter, Ilka prayed God would reveal Himself to them. At the end of the prayer, Peter, the one who appeared to reach for a gun, reached for an embrace. He seemed especially moved by the encounter. Kevin thanked Ilka for sharing and shook her hand. Ilka asks that we would remember these men in our prayers.

The Evening Rally

During the evening rally, the saints were blessed to hear an ongoing message by Rev. Flip Benham, Operation Save America’s National Director. During the musters in the mornings and the rallies in the evening, Rev. Flip preached consecutive sermons from the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. He even incorporated Haggai and Zechariah, reminding OSA members that God used these prophets to challenge the Israelites to lay the foundation of truth, regardless of the personal cost. He reminded the saints that the altar and temple must be restored (reestablishing truth) before the walls and gates can be rebuilt (protecting our culture).

The main message was delivered by Coach Dave Daubenmire. As usual, Coach gave a rousing sermon that had saints ready to charge a football field or a cultural battlefield. It was entitled, “You Will Serve the God You See.” Coach described how Christ, the church, and culture has been feminized in the modern era. He explained how the American Church has deemphasized aspects of God’s nature and character, creating a false idol. This idol of Christ is emasculated, weakened, and impotent. His wrath and judgment is ignored. Since “We serve the God we see,” if we see a feminized misrepresentation of Christ, biblical manhood dies. Men are disengaged from the battle and the church cannot impact the world.

Monday, July 29, 2013

The following day, the saints went back to the area hospitals and the clinics. In addition, Tom Raddell set up his 200’ wide “Genocide Awareness Outreach” at the Federal Building, at the corners of Church and State streets. As Tom explains, “The large 8’ by 5’ panels pictorially depict historic acts of genocide and then visually link these atrocities to our current abortion holocaust.” OSA members passed out a great quantity of literature, as the anointed street preachers spoke the Word of God over the loudspeaker. Many who heard the Word surrendered their lives to the Lord and later attended the evening rally.

In the afternoon, a large group met at Cobbs Hill Park. From there we marched through another abortionist’s neighborhood. OSA members handed out flyers and carried aborted baby signs. Outside of the abortionist’s home, Rev. Flip preached while Rev. Rusty prayed for her darkened, deceived soul. One neighbor, a middle-aged woman, thanked the saints for coming out with the signs. She explained she was on the fence about abortion. After seeing the picture of Malachi, she came down firmly on the side of life.

From there, the saints continued the march through the streets of the abortionist’s neighborhood. The march culminated in an affluent and “artsy” village. The main street was lined with outdoor coffee shops and quaint gift shops. With signs in hand, OSA members slowly walked the length of the street. Realism in the arts is an attempt to represent subject matters truthfully. A realist work of art is one that may emphasize the grotesque or sordid. Despite being an art community, the well heeled residents, the hippie throwbacks, and the business minded merchants did not enjoy OSA’s realism—graphic visual displays of aborted babies. Apparently this was too much “realism” for an art community, for many artists, residents, and shoppers fled at the photographs.

Undeterred, Rev. Rusty preached over a handheld sound system as OSA members gave out flyers and engaged shoppers in conversations. Those sipping coffees at cafés with outside seating heard an earful. Rev. Rusty urged, “I’m aware many of you are eating lunch and these pictures are difficult to look at. But God has a charge against our nation.” He proceeded to compare abortion to the sin of slavery. “630,000 men died during the civil war because our nation refused God’s command to let our black brothers and sisters go free.” He explained the Civil War was the judgment of God for denying liberty to others. With abortion we are denying life to others. Rusty’s question to those present was, “How much wrath has our nation stored up by denying life to our sons and daughters?” He ended his preaching by challenging, “Do we want a future and a hope for ourselves and our children? Then we must stop killing our children, shedding innocent blood, and parading our sin like Sodom.”

As many escaped the realism by ducking into shops or hurrying down the street, one elderly gentleman observed the scene. Looking on with approval, he described how he was an animal rights activist. Although not specifically approving of the gospel message, he nonetheless approved of the demonstration, “At least someone is doing something. No one protests anymore.”

Evening Rally

During the Monday night evening rally, Pastor Bill Dunfee from New Beginnings Church of God in Ohio taught on effectiveness. Pastor Dunfee’s text was from 2 Kings 6:1-7, Elisha and the lost axe head. His question to all was, “Have you lost your prophetic edge?” He challenged the saints to examine their effectiveness in their family, their church, and ministry. It was an important time of reflection.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

On Tuesday OSA set up in the same venues, with one significant addition. Chet Gallagher, retired Las Vegas police officer and OSA point man, organized a youth outreach at a local high school. The “God is Going Back to School” outreach was remarkable in that it was the young people of OSA that led the charge. Some OSA young people handed out gospel tracts and prolife literature to the students. Others held graphic signs or engaged their peers in conversation. Others had opportunities to share the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Of particular note, one of the police officers stationed at the school was a brother in the Lord. The officer was grateful OSA was at the school reaching out to the students. As the young people ministered the gospel, the Lord used the officer to “protect and serve” in a very substantial way. A student observed the Malachi sign. Disgusted, he began to walk angrily away. The officer commanded, “Stop and listen.” Because the words were spoken with authority, the young man immediately stopped. Since the officer protected the young man’s soul and served the Lord Jesus, Rev. Rusty was able to share the love of Christ and the prolife message with the student.

Evening Rally

Cal Zastrow, a national OSA leader and co-founder of Personhood, USA, delivered the sermon Tuesday night. Cal preached on returning to your first love and first works, from Revelations 2:1-6:

I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast found them liars: And hast borne, and hast patience, and for my name’s sake hast laboured, and hast not fainted. Nevertheless I have somewhat against thee, because thou hast left thy first love. Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candlestick out of his place, except thou repent.

Cal’s stirring message consisted of four questions: What is our first love? How do we maintain our first love? How do we lose our first love? How do we recover our first love? His sermon was a perfect conclusion to a week of ministry.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Hugs and laughter filled the lobby of Quality Inn, as OSA members packed their vehicles for the long trip home or waited for transportation to the nearby airport. For some, Wednesday morning was a time of warm goodbyes. For others though, it was a time of exciting adventure and exploration.

For the saints that elected to stay another day, Wednesday meant a day trip to Niagara Falls. OSA members from Florida, Louisiana, Virginia, and Texas met at America’s oldest state park for a time of fellowship and relaxation. Located between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, New York and Niagara Falls, Ontario, the falls are a breathtaking witness to the majesty of God.

Allyse Villavaso, the Campana family, the Arant family, the Turner family, and the Thomas family traveled to Niagara Falls to enjoy North America’s largest waterfall. The saints mingled a bit then parted company to search out individual adventures. Some picnicked on a grassy area before the Pedestrian Bridge and the rapids. Others toured the Observation Tower, a 230’ overlook that provides the only American location to take pictures of both the American and Horseshoe falls. Others explored the visitor center.

The Campana and Thomas families decided on a wetter, more exhilarating adventure. The two families, consisting of four parents and fourteen children, strolled to Prospect Point to board the Maid of the Mist. The Maid of the Mist takes passengers thrillingly close to the cascading waters of the American and Horseshoe falls. So close, in fact, each person is handed a disposable blue rain poncho.

As the families stood in line for tickets, they realized that they were only two people short of a group rate. Frank and Rusty approached two tourists from Lithuania and convinced them to join their group. From there, the two families, with their new Lithuanian friends in tow, entered the Observation Tower and descended to its base via a high-speed elevator. Once on the boat, the children scuttled from railing to railing, looking for the best vantage point. Frank advised the children where to stand, while Rusty kept six year old Jubilee, the youngest of the Thomas family, near to him. Jubilee looked very much like a blue smurf, with her blue hooded poncho covering every inch of her tiny body.

The children were not disappointed. The boat ride began gently, sailing past the American Falls. Spray covered the children, as they marveled at the wonder of the rainbows seen in the mist. From there, the Maid of the Mist glided to the Horseshoe Falls. The power of the Horseshoe Falls overwhelmed the boat. The children were in awe. The deafening roar of the falls silenced them. Four million cubic feet of water every minute cascading down from hundreds of feet above drenched them. The same God that visited Rochester was the same God who made the Niagara Falls. This lesson wasn’t lost on the children. Between the memorable street preaching, salvations, worship, evening sermons, the outreach at the high school and the visit to Niagara Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the children left the annual Operation Save American event invigorated, excited, and in awe of God. They can’t wait for next year!

With the Operation Save America outreach behind us, it’s time to reflect on the work of the Lord. The Holy Spirit touched lives, saved souls, and delivered babies. More pastors agreed to be involved. More Christians agreed to be involved. Local leaders, Jerry Crawford and Mike Warren, increased their contact lists. God planted a powerful kingdom seed in the city of Rochester. It was not the work of men, but of God. “Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts” (Zechariah 4:6). May He see fit to do it again, until the scourge of legalized abortion is put to death in our land.