Changed People Changing The World…

That call is at the very heart of the gospel message and the content on this website reflects some of the ways that I have endeavored to heed that call during my 50 years of Christian ministry. I do hope that you find it to be a useful resource, but remember… we need you! Sign on as a Red Letter Christian, come to our revivals, support a needy child, plug in to what we’re doing. There are many opportunities to serve Christ and the kingdom and I hope you will join one or more of these ministry options.


A Needy Child


Tony Speak


In Future Leaders


Yourself With Education


In Social Action

Upcoming Events

The Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida

April 27, 2019 - April 27, 2019
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1121 Andalusia Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134 United States
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St. John’s Baptist Church

April 28, 2019 - April 28, 2019
St. John’s Baptist Church, 1232 Tasker Street
Philadelphia, 19148 United States
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Pemberton United Methodist Church

May 3, 2019 - May 3, 2019
Indian Spring Country Club, 115 South Elmwood Road
Marlton, NJ 08053 United States
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Announcements and Recent Blog Posts

A Special Announcement

Starting on January 27th, I will begin a term of service as co-pastor of St. John’s Baptist Church, located at 13th and Tasker Streets in South Philadelphia. After that, I will be preaching most Sundays at the 10:30 am service.

Can America Be Great Again?

After surveying America, the brilliant French journalist, Alexis de Tocqueville declared: “America is great because America is good; and if America ever ceases to be good, it will cease to be great!” Now the question must be asked, “Is America

How to Get Ready to Die Without Pretending That It’s No Problem

One of the most remarkable sermons I ever heard was delivered by Norman Vincent Peale, at the Ocean City Tabernacle in Ocean City, New Jersey. At the age of 98, he stood fully energized before a packed-out house and declared,

A Counter-Cultural Church Grows in Brooklyn

Every Monday night at 10:30 p.m., more than 150 young people squeeze into a backroom theatre connected to a bar in Brooklyn, New York. They would never call their gathering a church but if you ever joined them, you wouldn’t