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ASU Conversion


Brother Jed, 

First, I would like to thank you for your ministry here at ASU this year, because of it I have become a Christian. Your ministry influenced me so much that I read three of your works: "Grieve not the Spirit" "Who will Rise Up" and "Walking in the Spirit". I agree with you wholeheartedly in what is said in these books. I have even professed to two student run Christian organizations here on campus of how you placed the seed of Christ within me. I thank you. 

I also want to express my grief to you about how others react to the Christian faith. I myself have been persecuted, although not physically, but ethically. I'm sorry that had to happen. And I hope you heal quickly and continue ministering to colleges for many years to come. 

Take care and God bless. 

Alex Knapp
Religious Studies




Erik Johnson, a Seeker


Brother Jed: 

You probably don't remember me. Last year, while you were preaching at the University of Illinois, I was the lucky winner of an autographed copy of your book. I owe you a great debt. You were the first to force me to think about my beliefs and what they mean to me. You forced me to come to terms with all my doubts and misgivings. I'm still searching for what I believe. I don't know if I'll ever really find it. But you are the man who started me on my journey, and for that I thank you. I may not agree with your methods, but I salute your courage and perseverance. 

Erik Johnson 




Brooks Hartzell


I met you in the Spring of 1976 at Wright State. It was a fantastic day, and I was very encouraged by your preaching. I could really relate to your testimony since I'd been converted just a year and a half prior in California as part of the end of the Jesus Movement and was discipled at the Kent Philpott houses, etc. I seemed to be about the only one supporting you that day and passed out your materials. That day is what made me decide to leave engineering and go to Cedarville College. I've had many adventures since, as God has taken me from one thing to the other. I've even done some open air myself with some fantastic fruit. At least one is with the Lord now because of all this. I have been re-encouraged lately reading these things on the net. Would like to know whenever your at Wright State so I can help and maybe follow-up. 

God bless!

Brooks H.


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