While Chris and his sons were praying for a man in a wheelchair another walked up and
asked for prayer, his name was Ian. Ian wanted prayer for his mother and also his brother;
they live in New York and were homosexuals. He prayed for them. Chris told Ian that he was
a caring individual because he was not asking prayer for himself but for others. Chris told him
that the Lord wanted to meet his needs; "What are your needs." Ian looked down; Chris told
him to pretend that he was a police officer, to hold his hands up like you were being arrested.
As he did this he began to confess that he was addicted to porn, I'm addicted to this, I'm
addicted to that, and I need you Jesus. This encounter led by the Holy Spirit was tremendous
for Chris and his sons.
The following week Chris continued to think about Ian, wanting to get in contact with him.
He didn't have his telephone number or anything. Chris believed that Ian would be a big part
of the outreach into that community. On Thursday driving down Cypress Street in W. Monroe
Chris' sons saw a car stopped in the middle of the street; the emergency flashers come on.
They pulled around in front, got out to help. It was Ian! They told him that they were from
Farmerville and that this was set up by the Lord. They helped him and prayed for him. Chris
and his sons will be going to Bawcomville this afternoon, Sunday, November 6, 2016 to work
on Ian's car.