Olustee, Florida (PRWEB) March 16, 2006 -
James Croft, 3’10” tall evangelist, has extended his ministry into the world of internet podcasting by producing monthly programs containing ministry updates, gospel music and preaching in a convenient 30-minute format.
The program titled “Walking with the Giant” is available for free download online on several podcasting websites and was recently accepted for worldwide distribution in the popular iTunes Music Store.
Despite several unexpected delays, including having to undergo emergency open-heart surgery in November, Croft launched the first installment of the Podcast ministry this January 2006. The latest program features an interview with Pastor Harold Hudson and how he dealt with the tragedy of having seven children in his congregation killed in a recent traffic accident that gained national attention in Lake Butler, Florida.
Professional Jacksonville announcer Matt Ray donated his services to provide audio introductions and transitions for the program, which has a contemporary, upbeat tempo.
"I love working with James, his passion for spreading the gospel is contagious," Ray said. “"There is more of Christ's love packed in that little man than in some congregations."
For additional information about the program or obtaining a sample copy on CD, contact the James Croft Evangelistic Association by e-mail, telephone or regular mail.
As technology advances, the James Croft Evangelistic Association believes we as Christians must keep up with it, using the tools God gives us to spread His Word so that all may know Him.
The James Croft Evangelistic Association was established by Southern Baptist Evangelist James Croft, who surrendered to God's call to preach the Gospel on December 4, 1994. Since then he has preached revivals throughout the South and, for three consecutive years, held international crusades in Ghana, West Africa.
James has what some pastors have called a unique evangelistic ministry in that he is only 3'10" tall. His size attracts the attention of adults, youth and children, allowing him the opportunity to share the Gospel. He even has a pulpit that was made to fit his size. He jokingly says, "Have pulpit, will travel."
More information about "Walking with the Giant" can be found at http://www.walkingwiththegiant.org.