Transfer in Process

Dear Friend,

Here is a brief update on our radio station project:

Contracts are being drawn up, and we have procured the assistance of a Christian attorney who specializes in FCC licensing to guide us through the transfer process. The legal fees may be more than we had anticipated. We assumed that around $5,000 would suffice to cover legal costs. Our attorney says that if everything goes smoothly that may be possible, however, that estimate is on the low side. God has guided us every step of the way and we are confident that this project is His and that He will see it through. He owns the cattle on a thousand hills; money is not a problem!

Thank you to all who have given, what a blessing it has been to be on this journey together.

And the answer is…YES!

God has poured out his blessing, the money has been raised to purchase the radio station! Praise the Lord!

Within the last 48 hours God has touched heart after heart to give. How does He do it? “O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out!” Romans 11:33.

Many donations have been given online. Thank you to those who have risen up to come to the help of the Lord, to the help of the Lord against the mighty (Judges 5:23).

We are currently in Florida with our academy helping victims of hurricane Michael. As we were driving down yesterday I kept checking my email and seeing messages from PayPal saying that we received yet another donation. Man’s extremity is God’s opportunity.

All the glory and praise goes to God. He waited until the very end, when He could show us the fulfillment of the promise, “Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts.” Zechariah 4:6.

Let us give thanks to God today. Let this be a day of rejoicing!

Of all the days upon which to receive this good news, it has come on October 22, the date that called a last-day movement into existence. 174 years ago today, Jesus began His last work for the salvation of humanity. How fitting that a radio station be purchased to proclaim this message to tens of thousands of people who rarely even hear the name of Jesus spoken. He loves the lost and is not willing that any should perish. What a compassionate Savior who gives and gives.

May the light now shine in the darkness. May the hosts of darkness be broken up by the penetration of the truth. I believe we are about to see the fulfillment of these words:

Mat 4:16  The people which sat in darkness saw great light; and to them which sat in the region and shadow of death light is sprung up.

We Have Reached the End: Deadline October 22, 2018

Radio Tower on Mountain“Man’s extremity is God’s opportunity.” 

The deadline is three days away. When Monday morning, 8:00 A.M. (PDT) arrives on October 22, 2018 the decision will be made. If we have raised the remaining $11,000 of our $35,000 total we will purchase a powerful radio station in the heart of the Emerald Triangle (the marijuana-growing capital of the world). If we do not have the funds, the offer will be withdrawn and the opportunity will be gone, probably forever.

Why am I writing this? I just read recently some inspired advice which said that we are to do all that we can while relying on God completely to accomplish His work. It may be that God will use this little message to talk to someone’s heart and impress them to give.

I just got off the phone with the president of a successful radio ministry. He encouraged me to keep claiming God’s promises and not lose faith. “We needed to come up with $465,000 in order to continue our radio ministry,” he explained. “The night before the deadline (which was at 4:00 P.M. the next day) we had raised only half that amount. That night God impressed three different people to give. One person gave $25,000, another gave $50,000, and the third gave $150,000. The money was in our account by 4:00 P.M. and the payment was made on time. God has provided all that we need. If this opportunity is of God, which it sounds like it is, He will provide. Keep claiming the promises and pray.”

A Call to Prayer: Sabbath, October 20, 2018

Will you pray with us? If your heart is beating in harmony with the desire to reach this lost group of people in the mountains of Northern California, will you pray? We are asking for united prayer this Sabbath (October 20, 2018) that God will impress just the right people to give $13,000 so that we may purchase the station and begin broadcasting for the first month.

Thank you, may God bless you.

The Harvest Is Great

HarvestWe have been spending a few days in the heart of Humboldt county where the harvest of a different kind is very plentiful. Surrounded by the beauty of God’s creation these dear people see glimpses of God’s character of selfless love in giving them life, His bountiful generosity in sending rain and sunshine, and His eternal power expressed in the unchanging mountains which surround them. God has not left them without a witness.

Yet, even with so many witnesses in nature, the enemy of souls keeps the people in darkness by restricting their access to a more complete revelation of God’s character as found in the eternal word of God. Churches are few and far between. The members of these various denominations do not hold a true understanding of end-time events nor how to prepare others for what is soon to come upon the world. The few churches which do know the truth are small and unable to reach deep into the mountainous dwellings where growers guard their crops with AK47’s.

Now we have a chance to send faithful evangelists, dedicated doctors, and godly musicians  past these assault rifles and into the homes and dwellings of the mountain marijuana-growers. Doug Bachelor, Mark Finley, Ivor Myers, and dozens of more top-notch preachers, have agreed to proclaim the gospel to the people in the Emerald Triangle. They can come invisibly but their voice will be heard. They will be in all places at all times and never leave the area, never take a holiday; there will never be a place where their voice is not heard.

How can we afford to hire these famous men to preach this end-time message with such constancy and without fear of being assaulted? It costs just $35,000 to hire them and $2,500/mo. to keep them going. We are speaking, of course, about a powerful FM radio station located in the heart of the Emerald Triangle. So far, we have had two donors give a combined total of $12,000, for which we greatly thank the Lord. Still, we need another $23,000 to purchase the station. After that we will need monthly sponsors to provide a total of $2,500/mo. to pay for the lease and the electricity.

I truly believe in this mission, and if you do, too, you can donate below. Or if you have a more specific amount you would like to give you can go to the homepage and click on the donate button which will allow you donate the exact amount you’d like.

God bless you, friend.


Jeremy Westcott


Thank you for your generous contribution to this faith-based project. May God open the door to reach these people in darkness with His glorious light!



Dark Corners of the Earth

Looking for Light

“The Emerald Triangle is a region in Northern California, named as such due to it being the largest cannabis-producing region in the United States. The region is made up of Humboldt, Mendocino, and Trinity Counties.” —Wikipedia

In the most basic sense, the Emerald Triangle is filled with a population which makes its living from growing marijuana. It’s hard to estimate how many actually do it, but as someone who has lived there almost 10 years I would estimate it to be 80%-90%. That means that out of 10 people you see, at least 8 of them are in some way directly involved in growing or processing marijuana.

The people live way out in the hills where you need a four-wheel drive truck to get to their property. Most keep to themselves for fear that there may be undercover sheriffs or federal agents lurking near. You certainly don’t want to step on their property because they most likely will shoot you. The men patrol their grow sites with heavy-duty assault rifles. Every year there is story after story of people who go missing, only to be discovered months later in the Eel river or a shallow grave. Some are never found. With a per capita murder rate comparable to Oakland, Humboldt county can be a dangerous place to live. But that’s only part of the story.

For almost a decade I have worked in two local stores in that county and rubbed shoulders with hundreds of residents. Most of the residents are not hardened criminals. Many have followed in the shoes of their parents who moved out to Humboldt back in the 70’s. Others have moved up to the hills from the cities so that they could enjoy a country life. They have small grow sites which earn enough to provide a comfortable living. They are more of a farmer than a drug dealer. And almost all of them are interested in spiritual things.

A local newspaper has a weekly feature where they ask a question to people on the street. The newspaper takes their picture and writes down their answer. One of the questions a few years ago was, “What would you say to Jesus?” Out of the five who answered, four had a positive response. One said, “Why haven’t you come back?” Another said, “Please forgive my sins.” These are people who would never be seen in a church. But when the name of Jesus is spoken, well, it still has power like it did 2,000 years ago. Many of these people will respond to the truth if they had a chance to hear it. Many want to be saved not only in heaven, but from a life of self-centeredness. They are tired of traditional religion and, let’s face it, Christianity has been given a pretty bad reputation by the way some churches have portrayed God.

Now we have an unprecedented opportunity to send a message of truth into the dark hills of these counties. A radio station which will reach the people in their own marijuana-growing sites is being made available to us for purchase. To learn more of the amazing opportunities, please check out our Radio Project.