Last Call Outreach Ministry

I call my world-wide outreach ministry Last Call because we never know when our last call or invitation will be to accept Christ as our Lord and Savior. The world is a dangerous place, and any day could be our last. Whether by natural causes, sickness, an accident, or a horrible crime that takes our life we could breathe our last breath at any time. We need to be ready to enter eternity.

The Bible says that we all have sinned and fall short of God’s expectations and that the penalty for our sins is death, but thanks to the amazing grace of God we can be saved by trusting in His son Jesus Christ. If we leave this world as a child of God, we will enter Heaven and will be with our Lord forever, but if we die without Jesus we will go to a horrible Hell with no hope of release.

I don’t want anyone to go there, so with my outreach ministry I want to encourage everyone to choose the good and turn from evil. I want everyone to ask Jesus into their life to lead and guide them.

If you want to contact me, you can reach me at Please don’t leave this world without Jesus.

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Personal bio – All about me...

Steve Holder was born and raised in the northeastern corner of the great state of Tennessee. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America. His first job was washing dishes in a small hometown restaurant called The Dutch Maid. He was paid 75 cents per hour. He later moved up in the world to Bob’s Car Wash and received a huge wage of $1 per hour.

He is also a veteran who served in the 101st Airborne Division of the United States Army. He volunteered soon after turning 18 years of age, and went through basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky and later transferred to Fort Campbell, which is on the border of Tennessee and Kentucky.

Steve was ordained as a minister on May 4, 1997 at Christ Worship Center in Richmond, Virginia and has a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Spirit of Truth Institute. He is a member in good standing of The Full Gospel of Christ Fellowship.

He has done a lot with his ministry training over the years, including facilitating a Bible Study in a prison near his hometown, preaching and teaching at various churches, and writing an extensive Bible Correspondence Course with students all over the USA.

Steve also holds a Certificate of Religious Counseling from the World Theological Seminary.

He is an accomplished writer with three works of fiction and seven non-fiction titles to his credit. His most popular book is actually his autobiography called No One Walks Alone, where he chronicles his issues with depression, anxiety, and addiction.

In 2020 Steve ran for U.S. Congress in the 1st Congressional District of Tennessee. He ran as a Progressive Independent and vowed to donate 90% of his salary to charity if he won. Steve spoke up for the impoverished and homeless. He ran as a strong anti-racist speaking up for the BIPOC community. He also promoted strong support of any organization that stood against human trafficking.

Steve formerly served on the Board of Directors of REBOS Inc. a 501c3 non-profit organization that owns and manages property that provides a place for recovery support groups to meet and offer support. He was also on the Board of Directors of Global Association For Trauma Recovery (GAFTR), an organization that offers support, resources, and education to survivors of trauma. He resigned both positions after his heart attack in November 2021 in order to reduce stress in his life.

He resides in east Tennessee where he spends his time spreading the gospel, writing, marketing his work on social media, watching pro wrestling, and attending Bible studies and other church related activities.

He is currently a member of Greater Love Church of God in Christ, and is dedicated to building church membership and effectiveness.

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