Week 9 Burden of the Word of the Lord! 
Pastor Billy Henderson's Five Issues With Asbury University

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Asbury University: Pastor Billy's First Three Issues With Students
Asbury University: Pastor Billy's First Three Issues With Students

Asbury: Pastor Billy's 4th Issue With the Students
Asbury: Pastor Billy's 4th Issue With the Students

Asbury University: Pastor Billy's Issue 5
Asbury University: Pastor Billy's Issue 5



October 15, 2012, University of Kentucky

     We have been praying for UK that the Lord would help us to draw sizable crowds like back in the 70's and 80's. I dropped Cindy and Pat off at the free speech area by the Student Union while I searched for parking. By the time I arrived, Cindy had a lively audience of 50-75.   She called upon me shortly after I came on the scene. Students gradually became more and more stirred as the size of the crowd grew.   Several were sitting in the tree listening.

"More prophetic voices like Bro. Jed are needed are needed on the campuses," said Wesley Foundation leader, Pastor Bill.

     Next I called upon Sister Pat. As she was preaching I talked to Pastor Bill H. of the Wesley Foundation, the United Methodist student group. At 53, Bill is older and more mature than your average leader in college ministries. When a student came up to criticize my approach, he reminded the student that through open-air preaching Methodism and other denominational movements got their start. He told the student that the campuses need more prophetic voices like Brother Jed. I especially appreciated his endorsement of my confrontational evangelism since Methodism is my heritage. Yet, over the years I have received little support from Methodists, who have largely departed from the Wesleyan heritage. Pastor Bill expressed frustration with the Christian student groups which he considers to be mostly a failure. One reason being that they have, like the churches, become in a sense anti-family by immediately dividing the family up into age groups. They have followed the model of the public schools instead of a Biblical model. He thinks the youth have become too isolated from more mature members of the body of Christ.

Eastern Orthodox woman was very irate over Sis. Pat's statement that Muslims will go to hell.  The crowd had to restrain her several times.

     By the time Sister Pat called upon me, she had stirred up the Moslems and an Eastern Orthodox woman from Lebanon. The Lebanese informed me that she accepted all religions.   She became very irate. When I informed her that women are to have a meek and quiet spirit, she went into a rage. I thought sure she was going to hit me. Somehow with the help of others in the crowd she restrained herself. But by this time the mob had enclosed around me.  

Bro. Alex Blaine from Kentucky defends the faith as students listen from the tree.


     Eventually, I called upon long-time friend and supporter from Florence, Ky, Alex B. Alex is very fiery and told the student that 40 years ago he had been a radical student at UK, but the Lord had saved him. In due course I stepped out of the crowd and started another gathering a short distance from Alex. Alex had students around him for the rest of the day. Even when we left campus at 4:30, he was talking with a lesbian, Joan, who was passing through the crowd with a bowl of condoms from the Health Clinic on campus.   She officially identified herself as a "sexpert." She made the wild claim that condoms would prevent STD's 98% of the time.  

Sister Pat is in the red jacket and she is fired up!

      Pastor Billy Henderson's students from the Lexington Christian Fellowship were witnessing and supporting us today. One of the members of Pastor Billy's church, Chris, informed me that through my preaching and with Pastor Billy teachings back in the early 80's at UK, he was startled to learn that a Christian could live above sin.

     Sister Pat reported that one of the main hecklers, Charles, approached her inside the Union and apologized for his behavior. Pat prayed with him and he made a confession of faith. He then asked Pat, "Will you wait for me in Heaven?" Pat promised to do so. Students from LCF were then able to further minister to Charles.   Hopefully, he will soon be tied into the church.

     Leeann O. and the two Christian students were able to minister to a homosexual, who had brought a sign out and was heckling most of the day.   He tearfully admitted that he did not want to be a homosexual. He was encouraged when one of the students said that his roommate had gotten saved out of homosexuality and had regained his manhood.

   God certainly answered our prayers. After 2:45 the crowd had divided into several groups led by Sister Pat, Cindy, Alex and me as well as some of the Christian students all dialoging concerning Christianity. It was day that will be remembered in eternity.   





October 16, 2012, Morehead State,

     On our drive from Lexington to Morehead we drove through the Daniel Boone National Forest. Boone (1734-1820) is one of America's greatest heroes. The Smocks have a picture of Boone leading settlers through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky over their mantle. He has been dubbed "the Columbus of the Woods."   Thinking about Boone led to thoughts of his contemporary, Francis Asbury (1743-1816), the leading light of Methodism in America. Asbury said, "We should so work as if we were to be saved by our works; and so rely on Jesus Christ, as if we did no works."

     Boone was a pioneer for Westward Expansion (Manifest Destiny) paving the way for civilization. Asbury civilized the settlers with a Bible in one hand and a Methodist Hymnal in the other.  

     The Lord has called the CMUSA team to be trailblazers to advance the everlasting gospel amongst the savages on college campuses. We are taking the holiness message to where it has not been preached.  

     Towards the end of the noon class break, I had only a few stop. However, a heavy set jester arrived with a makeshift sign which read, "The British are Coming!" He sounded this alarm time and time again. Conflict causes attention. Soon I had a gathering of 25. The jester added vulgarities to his sign. This man was also making strange grinding sounds. He is majoring in music education so he likely will be another degenerate teaching our children in a few years.   Hecklers after a while may bring diminishing returns. They can have the effect of making a crowd more frivolous.  

     After a while of enduring the jester's inanities, I called upon Alex Blaine. Alex has an aggressive style; he patiently tolerated the jester and doubled the size of the crowd. Alex repeatedly tells the students in general and individual students, "I love you!" This is a good contrast to me since I rarely tell them I love them. Alex preached for over an hour and even fielded several idiotic questions from the jester whereas I had mainly ignored him.  


"I love you," Bro. Alex Blaine repeatedly told the students.


     About 1:30 Sister Pat took over.  She did a yeoman's work in maintaining the audience. By now the jester had settled down. Twice Christians interrupted Sister Pat. One was a girl wearing the peace symbol of the sixties on her shirt.   She read a poem she wrote on Jesus which was really pretty good. Her hand was shaking as she read. A Christian boy then testified concerning Jesus' death on the Cross.   He also did OK except he said that he sinned every day. Later, I complimented both of them for their witness. These two settled the crowd for a short time but soon they were again extremely frivolous.  Exasperated by their dizziness, Sister Pat turned the meeting back to me.

Twice Christian students interrupted Sis. Pat to give a witness.  

      I decided to shift gears from high to low. I sat on my chair on a high platform and began by singing the B-I-B-L-E. A few mockers tried to join me in the song but did not remember the words. I reminded them that most of them had at some point made a commitment to Christ whether in Vacation Bible School, Christian summer camp, baptism, first communion, an altar call, confirmation or whatever. "Why have you turned your back on your public commitment," I asked?   I was finally able to get some more serious dialogue going for the first time in the day. The jester eventually left. There were several lesbos and homos in the crowd who were active in justifying their abominable sin.  By 3 PM Sister Pat, Alex and myself each had a group of students. I considered the last hour profitable as I saw an attitude change in several students. I taught from my chair until Sister Pat and I left at 4 PM leaving about 20 students with Alex.

     Asbury's biographer, Ezra Tipple wrote, "Under the rush of his [Asbury's] utterance, people sprang to their feet as if summoned to the judgment bar of God."

   As always throughout the day professing believers and unbelievers accused me of judging. That is one thing they got right. What they do not understand is that I am judging them righteously in the light of the Bible, reason and conscience. On Judgment Day they will all be held accountable for what they heard.


October 17, 2012, University of Kentucky

     Cindy worked hard to gather the crowd; then she was asked by representatives from the Student Center to move. She succeeded in getting most to move with her.  

Student passes out condoms from a bucket as Sis. Cindy draws the crowd.

      When I preached for about 30 minutes, the students mostly listened with no questions or comments coming from the crowd. The advantage to Q&A sessions is that it gives the preacher an opportunity to pace himself. To be in constant preaching mode can be physically exhausting since it requires more work to maintain interest. 


Bro. Jed rebukes a girl who shamelessly admits to living with her boyfriend.


     There were some believers from the love and miracles movement, who wanted to pray for me; I refused. I encouraged them to pray, but I did not want them laying hands upon me or interrupting the preaching. They prayed that the Lord would shut the ears of the students to my preaching.


Christians praying that God would shut the students ears to Bro. Jed's preaching.

       I called upon Pastor Billy Henderson about 1:30; I could tell he was itching to get into the fray. He told the students that when he first heard me on campus in 1974 his fellow Christian students wanted to get me off campus. They said, "You have to see this man; he is ruining everything we have worked for." Billy counseled, "Let's just listen." Three years later he was preaching at UK with me. He first preached from the text "let us love one another;" within minutes the crowd was crying, "We want to hear Brother Jed."  

     Over the years Billy learned to address the doctrines of sin, righteousness and judgment. Today he exhorted the sinners and hypocrites, "The biggest hypocrisy I have seen and the people showing the most hate came from a little group of mealy mouthed Christians, who were over here praying against Brother Jed and telling him not to judge."  

After rebuking the hypocrites, Pastor Billy Henderson showed the students a picture of his family and preached on God's plan for families. He introduced his wife Brenda who had joined us both days at UK.

     He reminded the pretenders, "You are judging Brother Jed's preaching as hateful. Yet, you are committing the very sin you condemn him of, judging. Make up your mind whether you should judge or not; if you shouldn't judge, then stop judging Brother Jed." 

     A phony interrupted Billy and accused, "You are out here again today. We had this conversation for two hours on Monday. You are just saying the same thing."

     Billy retorted, "And you are out here listening again to the same thing."

     The crowd laughed at Billy's rejoinder.  

     Next Billy held up the backside of a poster, "I have a poster to show you that will really offend some of you, especially many of the females. I don't know if I should be showing this. You lesbians are really going to be offended at this. Don't tell your parents!"

     After the big buildup, he showed the picture, "This is a family. Notice the father is male and the mother is female. The family is God's secret weapon to deliver America from destruction. This is my family."

Mrs. Brenda Henderson (left) spent about an hour debating the head of the campus secular group on the far right.


     Billy challenged the boys and girls to save themselves for their future husband or wife. He introduced his "submissive wife," Brenda. He said, "My role is to love and lay down my life for her." He went through each of his children as an illustration to share a point of gospel. His oldest, Matthew, is a prosecutor. Billy warned that the Lord would either be their prosecutor or defender on Judgment Day."  

     Billy gave the students ten reasons to listen to Bro Jed, "dapper dresser, intelligent, eloquent, knows the Bible better than anyone . . . and finally because he has a faithful wife."   Billy then turned the meeting over to Cindy. 


Crowds like the old days at UK! On the left you can see several groups of Christians witnessing for the Truth.
      About 3 PM the crowd splintered into 6-8 groups; most of the groups were either headed by someone in The CMUSA team or from Billy's church.   Mrs. Henderson taught one group. Before she left she announced to Cindy, "Today was like the days of old at UK."

     The last person Billy talked to was surprised when he learned that he had been witnessed to by every member of Billy's family and now he had heard from the patriarch. 


Lesbians who heard Pastor Billy's teaching on the family.


     In the evening we had a picnic at Billy's church for the students from his fellowship which included students from both Asbury University and UK. I preached from 1 John to a receptive audience. However, Jacob interrupted me half way through my message complaining that I was exhorting them to obey God but I had not mentioned the Holy Spirit. After my message he had further questions about my message and methods which he acknowledged were Biblical but still not relevant for today's culture.   His questioning made for a lively meeting; I was able to make many significant points which I otherwise would not have made.   

Fielding questions on the sidelines is of vital importance and we had the largest number of Christians standing with us at UK working the crowds.  There were dozens of fruitful conversations for the Lord's kingdom.


By the end of the day, Sis. Pat had gathered another one of her gay congregations.
Bro. Alex Blaine and a brother from Lexington Christian Fellowship who had made his own sign for the day.



October 18, 2012, Asbury University,

     A.U. is a liberal arts institution in Wilmore, KY, founded in 1890. It was grounded in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition. A stature of Francis Asbury, founder of American Methodism, graces the entrance of the university.

     Cindy cried out, "The word of the Lord to Asbury students is in the form of a question. Can you read? 'Every page in the Bible includes a command to holiness and righteous.   And every page gives a promise of freedom and deliverance from sin. (Walking in the Spirit, Jed Smock).' So why is there so much sin on this Christian campus?"

At first some Asbury students and faculty listened to Sis. Cindy from a distance.  The bald administrator later came down and tried to break up the crowd.

     As students stopped Cindy asked, "Has anyone read 1 John? What was the author's purpose for writing it?" Of course, none of them had a clue to John's purpose and few had read 1 John. Then Cindy began to read from John, 'These things I write unto that you sin not.' Next she began to call out secret sins, pornography, lust, cheating, backbiting, gossip, dishonoring parents, etc. She repeatedly asked, "Is anyone here living holy? Is anyone free from lust?" One blond boy with big earrings said that he was living holy; he had just repented the night before. There was a group who refused to say they were living holy.   They had already judged that they did not like the preaching. They were angry claiming that Cindy falsely accused them of being whore-mongers. One boy, who was particularly offended, later confessed that he had conspired with others to not raise their hands that they were free from lust. They were setting up Cindy to falsely accuse them of being whore-mongers. These boys were not even able to reach the level of the OT saint, Job, who said, "I have made a covenant with my eyes. How can I look upon a woman to lust?"

Local pastor and Bible study leader claimed that Bro. Jed's preaching would lead the students to despair and suicide.

     Meanwhile, about 50 students had gathered, some were staying off at a distance. They were dumbfounded by Cindy's preaching. I am sure none of them had heard anything like this in their life. A group who appeared to be faculty or administrators stood on the steps of Fletcher Hall. One of them eventually moved through the crowd ordering students to leave.   Some obeyed; others walked away and stood off at distance. Cindy rebuked the official, "You are a hypocrite discouraging the students from listening to the Word of God; you are an enemy of holiness." He ignored Cindy; there was a group of administrators who tried to get the police to remove us, suggesting that Cindy be charged with disorderly conduct. One of the policeman said that we were not breaking any laws and he would be laughed out of court if he arrested us.

How many of you have read the whole Bible?

     I took over about 11:30 and continued to remind the students of their holiness heritage. Few of them believed that a Christian could live above sin. Several times I asked with a show of hands how many had read the whole Bible.   Only a few responded positively.   Even when I limited my question to the NT, few had read all of it. A local pastor and seminary student from across the street came out of the crowd to personally challenge me. He objected to me judging the students for not having read the Bible and for not preaching God grace. I said, "Let's talk about 'the grace of God that brings salvation from Titus chapter 2; it teaches us to deny ungodliness and worldly lusts and live righteously, soberly and godly in this present world . . ."

The administrators had tried to get the police to arrest Sis. Cindy for disorderly conduct but one policeman sided with us warning the others that they would be laughed out of court.


  Shortly after our confrontation he exhorted the crowd to follow him to the cafeteria where he would talk about the love of God. Many followed him but I continued preaching. Soon the crowd built up again. For most of the afternoon we had 50-65 listening.   Later the Pastor-Seminarian told Pastor Billy we were pushing students to commit suicide.


The girl on the left was a "Tag" leader and she was very upset when Pastor Billy told the students to make sure that their spiritual leaders were living holy.


     Of course, the pastor later returned, evidently his talk on love was not as exciting and interesting as our message to "Flee from the wrath to come," which was Wesley's signature text in his open-air meetings. When Cindy saw him, she said, "This pastor thinks we are driving you students to suicide. How many here are contemplating suicide?" One boy raided his hand and Cindy exhorted him, "Repent! Suicide is a sin! If you do it you will go to Hell." A man approached him and said, "I am a police officer. I need to talk to you. I will have to detain you for 72 hours if you are contemplating suicide." Fearfully, the boy promised the officer that he would not commit suicide.   The officer pressed him to say again that he would not do it.

Some of Pastor Billy's students were working the crowd.  They could be on campus but we had to stay on the sidewalk.



     Billy and some of his students from Asbury were working the crowd undercover. Other of his disciples mainly listened. I finally asked Pastor Billy if he wanted to speak or remain undercover. Billy accepted the challenge to speak. Billy had been working on a five point sermon for Asbury all week.   What we heard next was the Burden of the Word of the Lord to Asbury by Pastor Billy Henderson,

1. Students demonstrate a terrible misunderstanding of the doctrines on which Asbury was founded. (holiness)

2. Way too many students do not attend church.

3. Students should not allow university appointed students (tag leaders) to disciple them if the appointee is not walking holy.

4. Too many divorces occur from Asbury weddings. Students should not seek mates out of their own hurt and need. They should marry to glorify Christ.

5. Quit blaming your parents and do what the Bible says, honor them. 

     You may listen to most of the sermon by clicking on the videos above.

     This sermon was inspired by 38 years of ministering to Asbury students and faculty. One student appointee was very offended at the third point falsely accusing Billy of calling all the tag leaders hypocrites. Billy strongly denied this, but said he had counseled with several tag leaders over the years that were in bondage to pornography. One boy objected, "That does not mean that they cannot teach us and lead us in other areas in which they are living right."

     Cindy was brought to tears by Pastor Billy's message. We carry a heavy burden for institutions like Asbury and Oberlin which have such a godly heritage, but are either departing from their heritage like Asbury or have completely rejected it, like Oberlin.  

     A few times someone in crowd would said, "Hey, they are right!"   Then several students would jump the bold one to convince him that we were wrong. Pray for the Asbury students in Billy's church as they are likely to be persecuted in the aftermath of our visit. Pray that the Lord will use them to press in the sword of conviction more deeply. We concluded at the end of the day that Asbury students seem more hard hearted than UK students.

     A middle-aged man with a long goatee and earrings interrupted me to tell the crowd, "These preachers talk about sex but Jesus spent a lot more time talking about money than sex." Billy stepped up and sarcastically said, "Alright, let's take up an offering for Brother Jed."

Goat man claimed that he had pastored a church full of people in Texas who had been hurt by preachers like Bro. Jed.


   The goat continued speaking telling the students, "Your time would be more valuable spent taking 20 minutes to read the Sermon on the Mount than listening to these preachers for hours." I reminded him about what Jesus said in the Sermon on the Mt. concerning lusting in your heart. He walked away but Billy and some of his disciples surrounded the goat. He told Billy, "I pastored a congregation in Texas for nine years made up of people who had been wounded by ministers like you guys."        

     Things had slowed down considerably by 3:45 PM with groups standing around talking about issues we had raised. It looked like the meeting was over; I decided to go to the seminary bookstore. When I returned, Sister Pat had gathered another crowd.

Sister Pat closed the meeting with over and hour of question/teaching as only she can do.

      We had started at 10:40. We started earlier because there are no classes scheduled from 10:40 until 12:30. Sister Pat asked when arrived on campus, "How will we get a crowd if there no class breaks?"

     Cindy replied, "We will make a crowd!" It wasn't easy, but Cindy did it with just a few passing.   And some in the administration wanted her arrested for disorderly conduct! All the while a few students were pretending (we supposed they were acting) to be homosexuals to the delight of their classmates. One boy said he financed his education by a web porn sight. We supposed he was saying that to spite us. Two couples kissed passionately to further mock. Several flipped us the bird. As Proverbs 14:9 says, "Fools make a mock of sin." We did note to Asbury's credit that there was no cursing.   Also, a few students apologized for the behavior of their fellow students. We left campus at 5 PM.

   I did have a short conversation with the Director of Student Development who was pleasant and asked me, "Have our students been respectful?"   I answered, "They have been agitated." I gave him a copy of my book, "Walking in the Spirit." 

   Please read the article below that appeared in the Asbury newspaper:

Preaching the Truth??



Fall Semester 2012
     This is my tentative schedule for the Fall Semester 2012. There are so many campuses and so little time. Should anyone want to arrange a church or home meeting while I am in your area please contact me. Also, let me know if you are interested in scheduling formal debates with atheists, Muslims, or Christians, who disagree with my message or methods. One student leader recently contacted me that he wanted me to speak to the Young Republicans on limited government and free markets. I am still open to changes. I will be doing my tour of the Southwest and California in the Spring Semester 2013. Sister Cindy and Sister Pat will be accompanying me full time this year.  Any Christians, who are interested in joining us on the road for a while, or who want to meet us on campuses in your area, are welcome.  Remember to pray for the campuses that we have already preached on.  Bro. Jed
August 20-21, University of Missouri

August 22-24, Missouri State University

August 27-28, Illinois State

August 29, University of Illinois

August 30, Purdue University

August 31, Grand Valley State

September 1-2, Iron Sharpens Iron Conference,
 Atlanta, MI

September 4-6, MSU, University of Michigan

September 7-8, EEM Conference, Shipshewana, IN

September 9, Chapelwood Church, Rockford, IL

September 10, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

September 11, University of Wisconsin, River Falls,

September 12-14, University of Minnesota

September 16, Church Meetings                   

September 17, University of Northern Iowa

September 18-19, University of Iowa

September 19, Calvary Evangelistic Center,       Independence, Iowa

September 20, University of Wisconsin, Platteville

September 21, UW, Madison

September 22, UW, Milwaukee, Seminar on Evangelism, 
9 AM-5 PM

September 23,  Cornerstone Church, Spring Green, WI

September 24-25, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

September 26-27, UW-Oshkosh

September 28, UW-Madison

September 30, Richland Center Church, 
Richland Center, WI

October 1, IUPUI

October 2, Indiana University

October 3, Ball State

October 4, Indiana State

October 5, Indiana University

October 8, IUPUI

October 9-10, Indiana University

October 11, Indiana State University

October 12, Indiana University

October 15, University of Kentucky

October 16, Morehead State

October 17, University of Kentucky

October 18, Asbury University

October 19-21, Missions Conference, Grayslake, IL

October 22-26, University of Nebraska

October 29, University of Wyoming

October 30-31, Colorado State

November 1-2, University of Colorado

November 5, Colorado College

November 6-7, Kansas State

November 8, Washburn University

November 9, University of Missouri

November 12, Arkansas State

November 13, Univ. Central Arkansas

November 14, University of Arkansas, Little Rock

November 15-16, Univ. Central Arkansas

November 19-20, Georgia College

November 25, Pine Grove Church of God,  Live Oak, Fl

November 26, University of Florida

November 27-28, University of Central Florida

November 29-30, University of Florida

December 3-7, Florida State


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