JGM News May 2019

As I sit down to write this newsletter, I am thinking about how serious the times have become for the United States. We must see a great awakening and spiritual revival for this nation to survive and to thrive. The remnant of God’s people in this nation must realize the importance of not giving into the spirit of the age, which is an antichrist spirit. There must be a determination to be a bold, bright light in a dark culture that is trying to legalize and legitimize sin. The Bible which is God’s standard does not change just because the culture changes. As we see the antichrist spirit try to take over our nation and silence our voice, let’s be determined to preach more, pray more, and to love more than we ever have before.

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Jeff Goss ministering to big farm kids from Arkansas.

We have encountered a recent challenge in ministry, but we have not given up. After decades of ministering at the FFA national convention, the Fellowship of Christian Farmers was not allowed to come back last fall due basically to political correctness. At first it seemed devastating, but God always has a plan that trumps everything else. In this case that plan was to start going to FFA state conventions and it has been more fruitful than I could have ever imagined.

In the month of April, I ministered at the Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma FFA state conventions. Even though this has been a lot of traveling and has required more Wordless walking sticks, New Testaments, follow up literature, and other outreach gifts, it has been well worth the effort. In all my years of ministry, I have never seen so much receptivity to the Gospel. At each of these conventions we have a constant flow of kids who are totally focused on hearing the Gospel message come to our booth. So far, we have had thousands of these kids pray with us and receive New Testament’s and other follow up literature.

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JGM News March 2019

It is the beginning of March as I sit down and write this newsletter, and already this year we have ministered at farm shows in West Monroe Louisiana, Louisville Kentucky, Kansas City Missouri and Memphis Tennessee. In fact, I have spent so much time in the south ministering this year, I am probably starting to sound like a southerner.

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Jeff Goss sharing the Gospel in West Monroe, LA

At the Louisville and Memphis farm shows, we were ministering to people from all over the south, Midwest and world. Last week in Memphis, after ministering to a group of young men from South Africa (they also had a southern accent but not the American one) they all prayed to receive Christ into their life. I was even able to minister in Spanish at both farm shows and give out Spanish Gospel literature.

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One of the many groups of people we ministered to in Memphis hearing the Gospel from volunteer Nick Korn.

A maintenance man working at the Kansas City Western farm Show told us as we were setting up that he came to our booth last year. He was really ministered to and received salvation. A short time later, his wife died and he said that what we had shared with him and how we prayed with him got him through that tough time. Another man came to our booth in Kansas City and said his son got saved through our ministry.

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JGM News December 2018

Last June while ministering at the Louisiana State FFA Convention a girl shared that she had prayed with me to receive the Lord at the National FFA convention about 6 months prior in Indianapolis Indiana. After talking with her, I could really see how passionate she had become for Jesus and that He had become her life.

A few weeks ago, while on the train in Toronto Canada, Bill Bosse, a fellow evangelist, and I were heading to downtown Toronto to minister at the Royal Ag show. God gave us a Divine appointment with a Muslim woman who sat in front of us on the train. She was very receptive to the Gospel as we began to share with her. It turned out she had just been in St. Louis, Missouri visiting her family not far from where we live. Bill gave her a book of John from the New Testament and she just lit up and said she would cherish that book in her heart.

While setting up for a farm show in Wichita Falls, Texas last March, I took a break and began to minister to a group of rough and tough looking Hispanic guys who were working security and maintenance. After sharing Christ with them, they prayed with me to be saved. We had received a large Bible before the outreach to give to someone as a gift. I knew in my heart that the leader of this group was the one to receive that Bible. He was so thrilled that he went around showing it to other people. The next day they showed their appreciation for what God had done for them by giving an offering to FCFI.

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