Hi Pastor Ken Hutcherson, I’m sure you probably heard about Aaron Rodgers saying that he doesn’t know how anyone can believe in a God that wants to send people to hell (I’m paraphrasing, but that’s basically what he said). Anyway, Pastor Hutch you are one of the few people I could think of that might be able to reach out to Aaron Rodgers, and show him the truth that God so loved the world that He sent his Son Jesus to die for everybody, so everybody could be saved from eternal damnation.
I wonder if Hutch’s teachings have been put on DVD and are for sale? I am particularly interested in his series on Revelation. Not sure what else, but wanted to see if anything from his library is available anymore. Pat, you may remember me, you sent me a Christmas ornament to Sweden as a thank you. My husband just had a stroke, and I was cleaning out drawers and found Hutch again after 20 years. When I started listening to tapes, he addressed something that was something I was battling with and the reason for all the trouble – compromise. God has been speaking to me through every angle possible, what I was reading, what people were saying and he even used Hutch again to be a messenger. It just shows me how His Word never comes back void. Hutch was always someone that whenever I shared something that I heard on Sunday to someone else, it was like God dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s with a supernatural sign following, every time. This time when I was listening to the tape, it ended prematurely: He stated the problem, compromise, doing something that you know you are not supposed to do but you ignore it. Then he said: If there is anyone here today or listening to the sound of my voice, what I want them to know is……….end of tape – and God finished his sentence to me Himself for what He wants me to know. How awesome our God when I need Him most, He uncovered the answer from the very pastor that baptised me in 1999. But then I left Antioch before I got all the discipleship and wandered off. Coming back and thanking God that He knew all along how He was going to bless me. I hope and pray that you are blessed, 17 years later, and being a blessing to others. Love you sister even though I never met you, Victoria Andersson