American Christian Arrested In ScotlandAmerican street preacher Tony Miano formerly a L.A. Deputy sheriff who has authored the recent book "Should She Preach - Biblical Evangelism for Women" & hosts an online radio program Cross Encounters Radio has again been arrested in the U.K. while preaching the Bible - this time in Dundee, Scotland. He has two formal charges against him and is due in court January 9, 2014 (which is this morning in the U.K.)
Pastor Josh Williamson of Perth, Scotland formerly from Australia has been involved in evangelizing in Scotland and has before been arrested himself while evangelizing in Scotland.
The charges against Tony Miano are breach of the peace and "homophobia."
Josh reported on his Josh Williamson Ministry page on Facebook that the crowd become violent and the police were called. He reports that (Tony Miano's) "sermon didn't focus on homosexuality".
Christian Concern is a group that helps in cases of religious freedom in the U.K. and will be releasing a statement on January 9. Meanwhile, please Christians pray for Tony & his family. Please pray that God will be glorified, the Gospel proclaimed, and that Tony will quickly be released.
UPDATE: Tony has been granted bail and can return to the U.S. They have a trial scheduled for April 22, 2014. Please continue praying for the Mianos.
To hear Cross Encounters Radio on Sunday nights at 4 PM Pacific/ 7 PM Eastern / & 12 AM in the U.K. go to:
Christians in America - Are you ready to face opposition for the sake of those who are chosen by God?
For this reason I endure all things for the sake of those who are chosen, so that they also may obtain the salvation which is in Christ Jesus and with it eternal glory.
2 Timothy 2:10
for which I suffer hardship even to imprisonment as a criminal; but the word of God is not imprisoned.
2 Timothy 2:9 NASB
Now for some great news. Proof That God Exists now has a Spanish version of the website.Pre-suppositional apologist Sye TenBruggencate who recently was in a film entitled "How To Answer The Fool: A Presuppositional Defense of The Faith " has an excellent website to share with non-Christians who refuse to acknowledge a belief in God.
Whether they call themselves agnostics or atheists, we need to realize that we don't need to prove God's existence (see Romans 1).
Yes, some people are not open and will make fun of it (even may call it silly), but if they are intellectually honest and the Spirit is at work in their hearts it can be a great tool.
Here is the link to the Spanish version:
Just one more thing about Tony. If you are a non-Christian, this would be his message on his ministry site for you: