Author: David R Wilkerson
Publisher: Chosen Books; distributed by F. H. Revell; 1st edition (1974)
Category: Worship & Devotion
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Home David Wilkerson The Cross and the Switchblade. In the end I didn’t cross the street-not that night.
Home David Wilkerson The Cross and the Switchblade. The Cross and the Switchblade, . I just walked, past bars and overflowing garbage cans, past storefront churches and police stations and on into an immense housing project with broken windows and broken lights and a broken Keep Off the Grass sign on the ground. On the way back to my car I heard what sounded to me like three quick shots.
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This is the experience that David Wilkerson talks about in his book, The Cross and The Switchblade. He talks about his initial calling to the streets of New York City in the early 60's, and the ministry he started that targeted troubled youth, often heavily involved in gangs and drugs. There is a heavy reliance on the power of the Holy Spirit, which they discover has amazing power to overcome often deadly addictions such as heroin.
David Wilkerson started living out his faith boldly by traveling to New York City to walk around the streets and preach and . After reading an abridged version of The Cross and the Switchblade, I was eager to hear how this movement had continued
David Wilkerson started living out his faith boldly by traveling to New York City to walk around the streets and preach and evangelize to the gangs. After being in New York and making relationships, David Wilkerson sensed God telling him to move there full-time. After reading an abridged version of The Cross and the Switchblade, I was eager to hear how this movement had continued. I got my answers and also the answers to some of the threads left hanging in the first book. It's basically chronicling that unfolded with the Teen Challenge movement and how Wilkerson's life went on.
The Cross and the Switchblade. People have constantly asked what happened to David Wilkerson, the 'skinny country preacher', since the publication of "The Cross and the Switchblade"
The Cross and the Switchblade. by David Wilkerson · John Sherrill · Elizabeth Sherrill. People have constantly asked what happened to David Wilkerson, the 'skinny country preacher', since the publication of "The Cross and the Switchblade". Set the Trumpet to Thy Mouth.
The Cross and the Switchblade is a biographical book written by pastor David Wilkerson with John and Elizabeth Sherrill, published by Random House in 1963. In 1958, pentecostal pastor David Wilkerson of Assemblies of God is touched by an article in Life Magazine about seven teenagers who are members of a criminal gang. Alone and with little money, he will go to Brooklyn, sometimes at the risk of his life, to talk about Jesus with members of street gangs
David Wilkerson was just a young preacher in the Pennsylvania hills when he was stunned by a new calling from God: go to New York City to speak to seven young gang members . Books related to The Cross and the Switchblade.
But something much greater was to come. Once in New York, David was inspired to stay for a lifetime of helping troubled teenagers get free of drugs and crime. With the word of God in his ears, he founded an inner-city ministry still known as the Teen Challenge to change their paths and alter thousands of lives forever.
Book by David R. Wilkerson. This is a truly inspiring book. This time, though, I purchased this as a gift for my nephew. I hope it will help him get through some challenges he is facing. com User, April 10, 2007. ISBN13: 9780891291510. Release Date: May 1976. If you read the Cross & the Switchblade, you'll want to continue with this book. It ties up some loose ends.