Who are you?


Would you mind doing me a simple favor? Will you tell me who you are in one or two sentences? Lots of people have visited over the years and I’d like to know who you are. Also, have you found this blog helpful? I won’t be by my computer for several days but moderator will approve the comments.

Thanks a lot!



  1. Hi Steve,

    I’m a little confused by exactly what you’re asking for. I don’t know how I could possibly explain “me” in a sentence or two.

  2. I’m Nigel. I grew up in NZ, an avid Young Earth Creationist in a pentecostal church (Meadows New Life) pretty much until I went away to University to Study Information Engineering. Now a full time Software Tester for a large Open Source software company and my hobbies include Gaming, card tricks, and discussions on forums and blogs, particularly YEC.

  3. “Will you tell me who you are in one or two sentences?”

    I am Paul Latour in one or two sentences.

    “Also, have you found this blog helpful?”

    Yes. On more levels than one. Very edifying, educational and encouraging. And funny.

    Glory to God!

  4. Hey Steve,
    We’ve met a couple times. My name’s Jason and I helped fill in for Eric one time on Friday’s RB Pier outreach and am a regular on Friday’s at the pier. I’m a part of the KHC family and I have been encouraged and emboldened over the past several months by your posts and comments and your steadfastness with evangelism. It’s been great seeing more and more people interested in the evangelism outings and classes you are offering at Hope Chapel. I even know of some people from my church that have (are) attended(ing) your class and I am excited about that. I have a heart to start similar type training classes where I go to church. I’m sure I’ll see you around soon.
    God bless you,

  5. I’m Garrett.

  6. 41 year old Minnesotan, believer for 22 years, engineer by trade, has always had some difficulty evangelizing.

  7. im anthony, a 28 yr old filmmaker/evangelish, we have done many evangelism adventures togethers including the Hermosa beach hour of power inside the international student house! I am always encourage by reading the blog Pastor Steve, keep up the good word and boldness from the Lord!

  8. Hey all, name is Valentino Scott, 42, and God led me to this team in 05′ after being a lone evangelist and falling away from steadfastness in it for many years. I thank God for you Steve.

  9. Robert Moss living in Knoxville, TN. Originally from Joplin, Missouri area. Rededicated my life back to God in July 2008. On my website there is a link to my blog, Savor the Savior. I attend Calvary Chapel Knoxville. I like Grits.

  10. Hi Steve,

    (1 or 2 sentences? hee-hee.. No offense,
    but that made me laugh. I talk a lot.. that
    just seems impossible.) ;D

    Yes, I find your blog very helpful. I do enjoy reading them.. though, I’ve never commented. My name is Esly.. and I’m 32 & married to my godly aussie husband, David. I’m originally from Puerto Rico, raised in Florida, and now live in Australia. I’m an artist that draws caricatures, but I’ve also helped in some of the WOTM celebrity million tracts & a couple of other things for Ray here & there. I love witnessing.. I’ve never open-aired… because as a woman in another country.. where people have less tolerance toward talking about religion in general, I find it rather difficult. So, I just leave tracts & do one-on-one witnessing the most.


  11. Hi, my name is Bob. I am a sinner. However, I have been saved by grace thru faith in Jesus Christ as I surrendered my life to him 34 yrs ago, and currently a member of Hope Chapel, Hermosa Beach, CA. I find the blog encouraging and helpful for my own efforts in evangelism.

  12. Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

  13. @ Inigo Montoya: That made me laugh out loud. Thanks! ^_^

    I’m James. By the good person test, I am a bad, evil, horrible, satanic, sinful, indecent, lying, murdering, raping, vandalising, fornicating, adulterating, sanitating, person who deserves to have no-self-esteem and be waterboarded, impaled, burned and made to watch “Meet the Spartans” for all eternity. The good person test is my abusive boyfriend.

    By everyone elses ratings, I don’t actually do any of those things. Well, except for “satanic,” but I don’t know if summoning Lucifer every Tuesday for our weekly poker night counts as worship (he can’t read my, can’t read my, can’t read my poker face).

    Also, I accidentally gave a part of my mind a female personality, and it turns out she is far more sarcastic and snarky than I on the internet. She doesn’t have a name, and every time I remember that she kicks me for not giving her a name. *kick* It’s like The Game, but with violence.

    And now you know more about me than you ever wanted to.

  14. My name’s Kenny, I’m Catholic (the guys that started this whole thing) and I find this blog fascinating because I like to debate and discuss religion, I like I find out people’s opinions on things and find out why they believe the things they do. I’m also a big fan of rationalism, and hope more people learn to embrace it.

  15. Thanks you all for sharing, especially Inigo! 🙂

    Hopefully a few more will post a few sentences. Thanks first-timers!

    I’ll try re-posting this every now and then.

  16. Hi Steve, My name is Donna, I live in Georgia, and I’m a homeschooling mom to seven future evangelist. I LOVE to witness & got my start from The Way of the Master. I find your site very encouraging. Keep on keeping on!

  17. I’m Eric Stuckey,
    I thank God for showing mercy to me, a man who knew so much about His Word and often defended the truth but was in reality a hypocrite destined to eternal fire. I am Psalm 51:12,13 — “Restore to me the joy of Your salvation, and uphold me by Your generous Spirit. Then, I will teach transgressors Your ways, and sinners shall be converted to You.”

  18. Hello, my name is Hugo.

    I am from the French speaking portion of North America and work with these things we call computers.

    I come to this blog very often, usually after reading some comments from people at, but comment myself rarely.

    This blog is both a source of entertainment and what I would call a mood balancer. You see, I am a very happy and positive person, one of the most positive you could probably meet if we were to meet in person. I always see the good sides of things even when it’s bad, and try to be happy and make people around me happy.

    The only thing that I have a really hard time with is religion fundamentalism. It is, in my opinion, the ONLY thing that can make good and rational people do insensible things. Therefore, when I read such a blog, I am often depressed by what my fellow humans can do in the name of their imaginary friends.

    But again, I see how it makes people happy to witness and share the “love” of God (quotes being VERY important), so it’s allright, and always entertaining to read and imagine what it is in real life for these people.

    Finally, I think it’s a good oportunity to specifiy that I am very satisfied with the fact that I do not get to interact with anybody remotely close to someone like Steve. Fundamentalists like him have aboslutely 0 impact on my everyday life so it’s simply interesting and fascinating to read about him and his co-believers online. It makes me realize how lucky I am to have grown up in a tolerant secular society where fundamentalists can do what they want but have no big impact on the masses.

    Best regards,

  19. I’m 67 yo Missionary/Evangelist. I write, counsel, and mentor all over the world via the internet. I’ve been a Bible student for over 40 years, but was saved and now walk in obedience and holiness as of Feb 26th, 2009. I live in Winslow, Arizona.

  20. I was going to ask if you wanted a cut & paste of my previous answer but I see that’s not necessary.

  21. Steve, I was assigned to your team for Ambassadors’ Academy #11. I check your site weekly. I love to hear about what you are up to and find it very helpful.

  22. Ah I noticed it was a repost…but more on me FYI: I read too many books at once.
    I love BBQ sauce(except Maul’s….blech!)
    Currently reading: What Every Christian Ought to Know by Adrian Rogers
    Current location: the Krystal on Cumberland Avenue.(The Redneck White Castle for all you Westerners and Yankees.)

  23. Hi Steve
    Love the blog and try and check it daily.
    I am on your team with my wife Rachael and we try and go out as much as possible to our weekly events for handing out tracts, one-2-one, and open air.
    Your blog keeps me motivated and encouraged to try and do as much as possible while we still have time to reach the lost.
    I can’t comment as much as I would like since I tend to get pretty busy at work.
    I pray that the Lord would continue to use you and your blog to encourage our brothers and sisters in Christ to get out there and share the Gospel!

  24. Christian,husband,dad,son,brother,kidney transplant patient and heart valve repair survivor(PBT God),homeschool teacher to my 13 year old daughter and part-time doctor of medicine to keep the money flowing.Very interested in any way of spreading the gospel.May the Lord bless you and keep you in your ministry.Neph<

  25. Jason, husband/father/brother sports, film, writing and filmmaking enthusiast. I live in PA and if you’ve seen the opening 5 minute sequence of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, that’s where I live. I am fascinated by learning about other people’s views and wonder why those of differing beliefs can’t all just get along.

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