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From: Jesse Morrell
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Subject: "Group Took Campus By Storm" Newspaper Said

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"Group Took Campus By Storm" Newspaper Said
Jesse Morrell
Apr 1, 2006

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Brother Jeff preaching against sin to students who sat in the grass to listen

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Brother Jesse lecturing on absolute truth vs relative truth with students in the speakers circle


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Brother Miles ministering on a U.T.N. after we overcame obsticals with the police and administration

Brother Jesse eventually had a completely calm crowd as he shared his testimony of drugs, violence, etc


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Brother John Duncan,, gathers a crowd using presuppositional apologetics

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Brother Miles discussing and debating different world-views with the students as they sit down to stay awhile


Brother Jeff at Kennesaw State University, Atlanta Georgia

Brother Jeff preaches during a very slow day

The other booth in the free speech area that prevented us from having a good meeting - Kennesaw State University, Atlanta Georgia

The administration also granted the free-speech area to a secular group druing the same time we had it. They ended up turning up their music when we started preaching and was unable to get any crowds more then 2-3 people.


Brother John Duncan starting off the open air meeting

Brother Jesse takes over as the crowd stays to listen

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- 2 times in a club/bar district
- 1 time in a downtown of a city


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The Meter of University of Tennesse Nashville
Traveling ministry visits campus, students discuss

by Elbert Jaquess
Meter photographer
March 29, 2006

In today's society where "getting crunk" or being extra enthusiastic appears to be the right thing to do, last week some TSU students found themselves on the receiving end of such an act.

Through biblical methods of evangelism, members of the Open Air Outreach group took TSU's campus by storm, on Thursday, March 23, and Friday, March 24.

But why have such an abrupt, unannounced entrance unto the campus?

"We are kind of an alarm clock," said Jesse Morrell, a member of Open Air Outreach. "We tell people it's time to wake up and get out of the comfortable bed of sin and go shower in the cold shower of repentance.

"Some people want to hit the snooze. Some want to throw the alarm clock out the window, but some wake up."

Morrell said Open Air Outreach is a New England area outreach ministry whose main focus is reaching college students through open-air preaching on college campuses. He said they want to reach the lost with the gospel of Christ Jesus through open-air preaching on streets and college campuses and to train other Christians to do the same.

The general consensus of the spectators seemed to be OK with Open Air's message, but some students weren't completely sold on it.

"Half of what [Morrell] says is true, but the way he's coming at us isn't the right way." said Amber Hunter, a junior English and literature communications major from Moreno Valley, Calif. "The way he speaks of sinning and repenting multiple times and that you're still going to Hell is wrong. [Morrell] also doesn't explain all sin. He just focuses on premarital sex, drinking and drugs without speaking on gluttony and lust, and when asked he has no response."

Charles Rushing II, a sophomore English and literature major with a minor in philosophy from Baltimore, shared Hunter's sentiments.

"He has a good message," Rushing said. "But he hasn't researched and the way he's delivering it may scare away people who really, really want to be saved which is a very bad thing."

But if nothing else, the presence of Open Air prompted discussions, according to member Miles Lewis.

"The students have good serious questions and they are really listening," Lewis said.


"What you are doing is the right thing. Don't ever doubt that."
Mark, a Christian Student

I was walking across campus yesterday and heard your preaching from across the way. I totally disagreed with what you were saying, but had to get to class and was not able to participate in the discussion. Then today I was between classes yet again and heard you. I came over prepared to argue. It was then that I was touched.

I listened to you for a minute or so then proceeded to talk to the gentleman in the brown coat that was doing all the picture taking. I had planned my strategies carefully and was ready to debate. I found it very easy to talk to him. He was very gentle and calm in his responces to my questions instead of your typical in your face answering. And what really hit was how he admitted that it WAS difficult to overcome the sin (in subject)... he kept it real.

Though I did not agree with things you preached, I am not writing this to argue about what is right/wrong but to tell inform you on what I thought. I believe in God, but am far from where I should be in my relationship with him. My opinion about the three of you (being that of your typical bible pusher/holier than thow) changed when I watched the ugly, hateful mob try to tear your words, signs, ideals to pieces. I am so imbarressed that my University... that anyone would act in such a manor. But when the three of you stood there,on your own accord, and took all that abuse without lashing back, that earned mad respect in my book. And the fact that you are so pationate in what you believe that you set out to spread the word WOW.

As I left, after talking to the gentleman in the brown coat, there was the abuntant amount of joy and saddness that fell upon me at the same time. I belive that was God saying 'Hey, I'm here.' It just so happened I was questioning him just this weekend. Point being, I admire what you are doing, and wanted to let you know that you did in fact make a difference in someone's life, me. Thank you.

-Alex "
"Glad somebody is doing it." Random Student

"You are very brave for doing what ya'll are doing." Random Student

"I saw you guys yesturday and I said it was hate. But I actually listened today and you guys are just preaching the Word. So I just wanted to say I'm sorry." Courtney

"Ya'll just keep it up." Random Student
"I know my world-view doesn't make any sense!!" A Confused Student
(we really got somewhere with him! Pray for him)
"You are going to hell because you are not a Christian" said the adulterous "Christian" to Brother Jesse right before his girlfriend gave the whole team the middle finger.
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