December 6th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I encountered a homeless Native American [Ojibwe and Lakota] gentleman named Daniel.  He refused prayer but shared about 'The Great Spirit' [Wakan Tanka].  I shared that my in-laws previously practiced traditional Hmong religion.  My wife was born unto Animism but her family heard about Jesus Christ and were saved.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
November 29th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I planned to show my Baptismal Testimony from August 2004 during our worship and prayer but deleted it due to fear.  A young BGU student privately shared her fears with me at 6:20pm.  Lk 12:4-5 convicted my heart.  Moments before we began, I retrieved said video.  Although I have spoken my personal testimony innumerable times, I sobbed as I watched the pain and abject horror in my eyes.  I share it with you because I love you.  But Jesus Christ loves you perfectly.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
November 22nd, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I have known an elderly homeless woman named Ida several years.  She has shared painful memories fraught with generational dysfunction, drug addiction and abandonment.  Despite her fractured family, Ida declared 'Every day is Thanksgiving because I have Jesus Christ.'

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
November 15th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  During our worship and prayer at the clinic we watched A Gift of a Bible from Penn Jillette, a devout atheist magician/comedian.  He clearly encountered the Holy Spirit when presented with a Gideon New Testament in 2010.  This devout atheist shared 'How much do you have to hate somebody to not proselytize?  How much do you have to hate somebody to believe that everlasting life is possible and not tell them that?'

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
November 8th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  During our worship and prayer at the clinic I literally felt the Holy Spirit's Presence course from my fingertips.  At the MOA Transit Center, I encountered a homeless, platonic couple named Megan and Justin.  Justin wanted prayer to be reunited with 'the two ladies that I love' – April and her daughter Morgan.  Justin shared 'I left after April's older daughter Jasmine bashed my head with a baseball bat.  I have my rules.  I won't forgive Jasmine like I won't forgive my father.'

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
November 1st, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  During our worship at the clinic we sang 'There is power in the name of Jesus.  To break every chain.  To break every chain.  To break every chain.'  [Break Every Chain by Will Reagan & United Pursuit]  At the MOA Transit Center, I found a homeless woman named Diana who has declined my invitation to Church several times.  Although previously quite reticent, Diana shared her struggles with bipolar disorder then vomited out poignant memories about her three daughters Cheryl, Lisa and Nancy.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
October 25th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  Beloved, God speaks to us all.  We choose whether to listen and obey.  Spiritual Pearl – God draws us toward Divine Encounters.  We better hear God's voice as we practice Spirit-led Evangelism and become more available to interruption by the Holy Spirit.  We parked more remotely to preclude interruption by MOA security guards.  After corporate prayer, we descended upon the MOA inner sanctum.  I prayed to be led by the Holy Spirit as we approached but God directed me to the darkness outside the camp.  Prov 16:9 pierced my heart.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
October 18th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  We lived out 'The Parable of the Lost Sheep' as we departed MOA to hold Church on a Train [SBCOAT].  I encountered a young woman from Sierra Leone named Nanah.  She was born Muslim but converted to Mormonism as an adolescent.  Out of the frying pan 'into the lake of fire.'  I shared Truth and Love to refute said non-Christian cult.  Nanah asked to join my family at Church to continue our conversation.  Please pray.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
October 11th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  We corporately prayed at the clinic to be 'filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit' to 'love one another'.  I encountered a homeless Believer named Rachel who desperately needed prayer.  As we squatted upon the floor, another woman named Latosha approached.  'Are you praying?  I can see Jesus amongst you.'  As our triad prayed, Andre approached.  'Are you guys praying?  I can see Jesus amongst you.'  [Verbatim]

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
October 4th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I encountered a transgendered youth named Crystianna.  I shared Truth and Love, hypersensitive to its precarious balance.  I prayed to be led by the Holy Spirit then clearly heard 'build relationship'.  We prayed then I shared the Father's Love Letter to preface our conversations about Identity.  'While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.'  Please pray.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
September 27th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I was reunited with my friend Zach, a homeless, alcoholic atheist who feels unworthy to be loved.  He was raised Catholic but rejected religion due to its hypocrisy.  Me too.  Zach wears dark sunglasses to mask the tears.  As we spoke about addiction and Jesus Christ, Zach diverted our conversation to another addict named Bill 'who really has a problem'.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
September 20th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  We corporately prayed to plant and water seeds to be nurtured by God.  Upon arrival at MOA, I specifically prayed to encounter 'hard soil'.  God answers our prayers.  I opened my eyes to find Jerome, a homeless gentleman whose 'heart has become calloused; they hardly hear with their ears, and they have closed their eyes.'  [Mt 13:15]

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
September 13th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I encountered three millennials who declined prayer.  Reed was adorned with her cultural jewelry to include a Native American earring.  By their words, these youth equated Jesus Christ with institutional religion.  I shared Truth and Love to contrast personal relationship with Jesus from dead ritual.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
September 6th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  Upon arrival at MOA, I prayed to be led to my Divine Encounter but my Spirit was suddenly grieved.  I opened my eyes as a distraught woman shuffled past.  I cried out 'My name is Jason.  I am here to share Jesus Christ.  Can I pray with you?'  She shouted 'What do you want with us?'  Mk 5:6-9 pierced my heart.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
August 30th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  As I entered the MOA Transit Center, the Holy Spirit stopped me cold.  'Hi.  My name is Jason and I am with a local Ministry here to pray with people.  What can I pray with you about?  'Alia was instantly sobered.  'My father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  Please pray for my dad.'  Alia further shared 'One grandmother is Jewish; another Catholic.  My grandfather is Muslim.  My mother is Jehovah's Witnesses; my father is New Age.  I don't know what I am.'

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
August 23rd, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  One theme emerged during our worship and prayer – healing.  Upon arrival at MOA, I spoke Identity unto a Believer named Sylvester then commissioned my brother to help share Jesus Christ during our God doG Outreach.  During our conversation, I noticed a homeless woman literally glowing.  Linda felt persecuted and abandoned but clearly suffered from mental health disorders.  She pursued God but through both the Bible and the Qur'an.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
August 16th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  During our worship at the clinic we sang 'When I felt no worth, You paid it all for me'.  [Reckless Love by Cory Asbury]  I wept.  Upon arrival at MOA, I prayed to be led to my Divine Encounter then opened my eyes to find Brandon.  Despite demonic distraction, Brandon shared heroin and methamphetamine addiction with subsequent incarceration.  He currently receives methadone therapy at Park Avenue Center but is homeless.  When Brandon cried out 'I feel no worth' my heart was pierced.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
August 9th, 2018

Last Sunday at Harbor Light Center was awesome!  I recently founded God doG [a hot dog served with the Holy Spirit] to nourish 'the least of these' to share Jesus Christ.  Our mission statement is Mt 25:37-40.  Last Sunday, my dear Ministry friend Steven Goff invited me to observe their Park Assembly Church outreach at Harbor Light Center.  I encountered a stoic shelter resident named David.  'Hi.  My name is Jason and I am with a local Ministry here to pray with people.  What can I pray with you about?'  Tears rained down.  David poured out 'I was just released from HCMC.  I tried to climb that fence to jump off the bridge.  I want to die.'

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
August 2nd, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  One theme emerged during our worship and prayer – lies.  I encountered Vince, an agnostic engineer scarred by Roman Catholic apostasy – lies.  I shared my kindred journey then my personal testimony.  I later spoke with Rain, a Pastor's daughter who abandoned God due to familial dysfunction – lies.  I similarly projected my earthly father's attributes upon our Heavenly Father.  I lastly found an inebriated homeless gentleman named Tim who stated that God is from another planet [but was not Mormon] – lies.

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Dr. Jason Fredericks
July 26th, 2018

Last Wednesday at MOA was awesome!  I encountered Jesse, a young methamphetamine and heroin addict sentenced to attend treatment in St. Cloud.  But Jesse received a furlough to attend a grandfather's funeral.  He revealed a Jesus Christ tattoo 'But [Jesse] ran away from the Lord and headed for' trouble.  I shared the full Gospel Message then my personal testimony.  Jesse shared extreme, violent demonic attack and probable possession.  He recounted numerous suicide attempts via overdose – even a failed strangulation.

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