Navajo evangelist speaks Sunday
Lehighton Bible Church, Jamestown and Center streets, Lehighton, will present a special program at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday by evangelists Lee and Darlene Homoki who are "Ambassadors at Large" for Bible Doctrines to Live By Inc.
There will be demonstrations of cowboy trick roping and bull whip artistry and illustrating of the gospel for youth meetings.
BDTLB is a non-profit organization which seeks to promote Bible study, evangelism, and victorious Christian living by means of evangelistic crusades, doctrinal Bible conferences, and recorded Bible lessons. This is a growing ministry which has attracted interest throughout the United States and many parts of the world by operating a modern publication ministry where they publish their own books and pamphlets, including the magazine "Truth Aflame" which comes out bimonthly.
Evangelist Homoki was raised in the home of missionary parents, "Nevada Steve" and Esther Homoki, and lived in the heart of the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona. He began his preaching at the age of 18 and for 21 years pastored churches in Arizona, California, Ohio and Indiana before founding the ministries of Bible Doctrines to Live By Inc. He brings with him a rich background of colorful experiences in the pastorate and from those years spent on the Indian Reservation.
His evangelistic ministry, over the last 32 years, has taken him into hundreds of churches with the message of God's saving grace. That message has touched the hearts and lives of thousands of people.