The following report comes from our brother Cal Zastrow. He is been fighting the good fight of faith on many fronts. This is just one of them. An Appeal to the Lord of Hosts and with determined faith, we press on to see Mississippi become an abortion free state in America. We covet your prayers.

Monday, October 27, 2014
Cal Zastrow

We lost our case for a temporary restraining order/preliminary injunction in federal district court in Mississippi today. The judge, Carlton Reeves,  forbade as evidence my video of my arrest for reading the Bible. He then complained that the pictures weren’t conclusive. He prevented my rebuttal testimony of Jackson City Police Commander James McGowan’s lies, and then declared that there wasn’t enough evidence from our testimonies.

The judge prevented us from entering the city ordinances for the record,and then ruled that he couldn’t decide in our favor because the ordinances weren’t entered as evidence. Unattended, big, ugly sculptures, sandwich boards, and political signs are permitted to block entire sidewalks, but pro-life Christians are arrested if a hand-held sign touches the ground.

The corruption goes on
Our rights are gone
Blood money spoke
The courts are broke
Lawyers manipulate
Judges capitulate
Police lie
Babies die.

Operation: Let My People Go Report

Then the Lord answered me and said: Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; but at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry (Habakkuk 2:2, 3).

For years, Operation Save America has fought to end the American holocaust on many fronts and battlefields throughout our nation. One of our strategies has been to not only to challenge the church in general to repent and bring forth fruits meet for repentance that would provide a defense for God’s precious image bearers, but to reach out to our black brothers and sisters in particular. Doing due diligence to study history, we understood there was a racial component associated with child sacrifice and the shedding of innocent blood. Since our black brethren were a key target attacked by the culture of death, it was reasonable to assume they held a major key in defeating this monstrosity.

We have sowed this vision and mission for years with very little success. It appears in Jackson the time has finally come to reap. This report is submitted to announce the first fruits have been produced in Jackson, Mississippi. The seed was planted, the vision was cast, and the Lord was pleased to birth some prominent black leaders into the battle that is raging for the souls of men, the life of children, and the future of our blood stained land.

As you may recall, OSA went to Jackson to unveil a new campaign called Operation: Let My People Go. Taping into history from Moses and the children of Israel to the Underground Railroad in the days of slavery, we applied this command from God to the present plight of preborn children who are made in the image of God.

For the last few days, the men of God we invited to Jackson went to several venues and proclaimed the time has come to liberate those unjustly sentenced to death (Proverbs 24:11, 12). They exposed the racial root of abortion that has led to black genocide and demanded “Let My People Go!”

Wednesday, October 15

My people perish for lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6)

On Wednesday, October 15, at 11 AM, OSA conducted a press conference. Even though we sent out three press releases to announce the press conference, the “powers that be” chose to censor our message. Apparently, having black pastors exposing black genocide was too hot a topic to handle. Who wants to be confused by the truth, right? It might just break the spell we are currently enjoying as a nation. Pardon my sarcasm, but it was clear the media chose to boycott this press conference. This is no wise discouraged the men of God. They still faithfully delivered God’s mail at the gates of hell to the chagrin of the deathscorts defending the death camp. They yelled at me, “You brought these black men here to commit black on black violence.” This came from black women defending a place that murders black children. Afterwards, we read and signed the Emancipation Proclamation for the Pre-born Child.

Though censored by the media, there is more than one way to skin a cat. Pastor James Manning from Harlem, NY brought his own camera man and recorded the majority of messages at the different venues during the event. Through social media this message is prayerfully going to go out far and wide. They will release each message individually. We also plan on putting together a 30 minute hard hitting synopsis of the entire event. We are going to call it “An open letter to Black America.” Keep your eye out for it.

For Pastor Manning, it was the first time he went to an abortion mill. It was life changing experience for him. He told us it would not be his last. He plans on yoking with OSA in future events. We had told him and the other brothers about the disproportionate rate of abortions being perpetrated against our black brethren. All of them saw 14 couples go in to murder their babies and every single one of them were black. What they heard with their ears was now confirmed with their eyes.

At our opening rally that night our featured speakers were Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson from B.O.N.D. and Mychal Massie from Daily Rant. Peterson exposed the plight of the black community. He mentioned when the black man left his responsibilities in the family, the government, Planned Parenthood, and corrupt black civil rights leaders replaced him. Women and children became uncovered, the family became out of order and all kinds of evil and deception has plagued them ever since. He declared, “Our families are out of divine order and we are spinning out of control.” Part of his ministry is to rebuild the family by rebuilding the man.

Massie challenged those up in years that our days are limited. Mortality is knocking at the door. He challenged, “What are we doing to prepare our children to replace us and continue the great work of advancing Christ’s Kingdom in the earth?” He called us to take much more seriously the discipleship, mentoring, and training of our children to be the leaders of tomorrow. Once again, the call to fathers was the order of the day.

Thursday. October 16

“Then the master said to the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled” (Luke 14:23).

Thursday morning was muster time for the saints of OSA. We put together four teams. Two of them went to different High Schools where they set up signs and passed out our newest brochure “Operation: Let My People Go, The March is Not Over.” One team was led by Jason Storm and the other team led by Doc Johnston. It created no small stir. One officer was convinced that there was a “Separation of school and state.” She demanded we cease our First Amendment activities. After questioning this new separation of school and state policy, (which we wholeheartedly endorse) Jason Storms politely stated, “I think you mean separation of church and state. “Yeah, that’s it, now get out of here” was the response.

Before our teams left, however, they passed out hundreds of brochures and in God’s providence the Gideons were at one of the schools passing out Bibles. As the buses stopped and the students were unloaded, on one side they received a Bible and on the other side they received our tracts. God is good!

Another team led by Pastor Dale Sochia set up at the gates of hell at the last remaining death camp in Mississippi and gave them heaven. High praise, intimate worship, prayers, intercessions, and Gospel of the Kingdom proclamations bombarded the last remaining altar of Moloch. Another team went to federal court led by Cal Zastrow to participate in a lawsuit against the city of Jackson and their police department. For years, there has been a long train of abuses perpetrated against God’s people seeking to save innocent lives being slaughtered at Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

The surrounding businesses have the police at their beck and call. Once the police arrive, their goal is to remove the Gospel witness that exposes the hidden works of darkness taking place at the death camp. In typical fashion, the community believes it is not the murder of children that is wrong with their neighborhood. No, the problem lies with those “crazy Christians” who expose the atrocities.

Matthew 23:24 was in full display at this court trial. Jesus warned, “Blind guides, who strain out a gnat and swallow a camel!” All in the court were looking at graphic pictures of dismembered children mercilessly murdered and what was their deep legal concerns? Did these Christians obstruct the sidewalk ? Did their signs touch the ground? Were they disturbing the peace by pleading for the lives of these precious children? Clearly, our nation has been turned over to powerful spirit of delusion. The blind are indeed leading the blind and we wonder why America is in a ditch beat up and bleeding?

After the High School outreach, the teams went to Jackson State University. It is predominately a black college. God opened effectual doors of ministry and many divine appointments. Most of the students took the brochures, read them, and replied, “How come nobody ever told us this before.”

Jason Storm, who led the team, has put together a plan to start a student club upon this campus. He has already secured a professor to sponsor the club and 20 students interested in joining it. The purpose is to equip these young people with a vision to make Mississippi the first abortion free state by storming the gates of hell in Jesus’ name! By the way, Jason has agreed to become OSA’s campus leader to duplicate this work in universities throughout America.

At noon, we hosted a pastor’s luncheon. About 7 or 8 churches were represented. We passed out pastor packets, which revealed the mission of Operation: Let My People Go. Bishop Kenner opened in prayer. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson gave a brief admonishment and Pastor James Manning gave a powerful challenge to the local black pastors and pronounced the eulogy over the last remaining abortion mill in Mississippi.

I concluded the luncheon with a comparison of the plight of Joseph to the plight of our black brethren in America. I called them to have a proper view like Joseph. He stated, “But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive” (Genesis 50:20). If our black brethren do not see this as Joseph did, (from God’s perspective) then life would not be preserved as we are seeing in these days.

At our Thursday night rally, Pastor James Manning concluded the eulogy for Jackson Women’s Health Organization. He spoke of its certain death. The destroyer will be destroyed.

Friday, October 17

“These who have turned the world upside down have come here too. Jason has harbored them, and these are all acting contrary to the decrees of Caesar, saying there is another king—Jesus” (Acts 17:6, 7).

Friday morning we split up into three teams. The court team continued to fight the battle on the legal front, the praising, praying, and proclaiming team went back to the gates of hell, and the last team went back to Jackson State University. This time, however, there was resistance by the campus authorities. The team worked through the confrontations and were able in two days to pass out close to 2000 brochures on this campus and engaged in powerful witnessing opportunities.

At our Friday night rally, in God’s Providence, the leaders of OSA officially set in Bishop Kenner as an OSA leader and liaison to the black church in America. Right afterwards, he preached a powerful message, “Whose blood do you want Jackson?” He spoke of Abel’s innocent blood that was shed, which demands vengeance or will we receive the blood of Christ, which cries for mercy.

One of the host pastors agreed to receive Bishop Kenner back into Jackson. He promised to use his influence to open more doors into the black churches to spread our vision and mission. Jason Storms has also agreed to come back to Jackson to set up our student club at Jackson State University. Please keep these follow up projects in prayer.

Saturday, October 18

And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it. And I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loose in heaven” (Matthew 16:18, 19).

On our last day we concluded the event with a church service at Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Pastor Dale led in worship. We split up into prayer teams to pray for our nation, the church, the lost, and for each other. Cal Zastrow, who did a magnificent job in preparing our way into Jackson, exhorted us from God’s word to keep our eyes on Jesus, cast off every weight and sin, and press on to the high call and prize (Hebrews 12:1-3).

We concluded the event with our last rally on Saturday night. Brother Chet Gallagher and I summed up the vision and mission and blessed the saints to keep pressing on till that death camp is no more in Jesus’ mighty name!