Happy 3rd Anniversary Word Street Journal!


It was brought to my attention that my good friend and fellow evangelist Paul Latour from Canada is celebrating his 3rd year anniversary at his blog “The Word Street Journal.”

Paul and I have been friends for over five years and has been an apt evangelistic pupil, putting into practice the things he’s learned from Ray Comfort, Tony Miano and myself. His Gospel-call, heart for the lost and expert writing skills are encouraging many  in the frozen tundras of America’s hat.

Wishing you many more fruitful harvesting years, Paul and Kim! (Read how the blog got its start by clicking here.)

(As an aside, Stone the Preacher celebrated its 6th anniversay on March 31. I completely forgot about that!)


  1. I just wanted to stop by and say HaPpY 6th AnNiVeRsArY Steve. I was tuned in shortly after you started your blog. I have my choice of blogs that i like to read in the mornings, w/my cup-of-joe that encourage me to “Go…”

    Thank you for six fruitful years and may the Lord keep you strong!

  2. The Word Street Journal; great blog and wonderful people!!

  3. Glad to see you took part of the blame, Steve. :D) And Happy 6th to your blog. A definite and effective source of encouragement and inspiration. I give thanks for all you do. God continue to bless you, bro!

  4. Steve, Love your blog…Happy 6th Anniversary! I also like reading WSJ….Thanks for the encouragement!

  5. Paul’s blog has been an encouragement for me. His zeal for evangelism is inspiring. I have been encouraged by yours, too, Steve. I joined the Bezuegen Tract Club from here. Carl is an encourager, also. I now guest post on the As You Go blog. Happy Anniversary! Soul-Winning In North Louisiana turns 1 on April 20. Thanks!

  6. I love the “Have a nice Judgement Day” smiley face image 🙂

    Thanks for providing this evangelism blog. Stone the Preacher is very encouraging.

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