May 26th 1923 - September 19th 2001
Christian Before Columbus
By: Pastor Earl Jones
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Videos by: Pastor Earl Jones
Video's of Pastor Jones sermons from various camps and gatherings.
Sermons by: Pastor Earl Jones
Pastor Jones preached well over 100 sermons during his ministry when he visited Christian Patriot and Christian Identity camps and gatherings all around the country. These sermons are great tools that we can use in the years to come.
Material by other Christian-Israel Men and Women
Messages by: Mary Alice Jones and Cheri Peters
Messages by Mary Alice Jones (Wife of Pastor Jones) and Cheri Peters (Wife of Pastor Peter J. Peters). Mary Alice and Cheri spent many years ministering to young ladies in the Christian-Israel movement, and teaching them how to fulfill God's true plan of Christian Womanhood.
Newsletters by: Pastor Earl Jones
Pastor Jones sent his Intelligence Newsletter around the world from 1988 until his death in 2001. He used his love of history as a tool to help spread the Word of God. You will hear him refer back to them many times in his sermons.
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Welcome to the Pastor Earl Jones Memorial Library!
The Pastor Earl Jones Library has been set up to preserve and honor the memory and the Christian works of Pastor Earl F. Jones, and of the Christian men and women of the Christian-Israel movement.
The Lord Jesus put it on my heart sometime back to get Pastor Jones material on the internet for the next generation to learn from and enjoy. When I started this project, I did not have very much material in the way of audio and video, but the Lord opened many outlets and provided a wealth of knowledge. A lot of the audio and videos were kept for decades by Christian brethren all over the world. While working with Pastor Jones material, I also came across other audio and video sermons from others that worked with Pastor Jones that deserved a place in this library. It has been a huge blessing working on this project, because these works could have very easily faded away to be forgotten.
For those that don’t know anything about Earl F. Jones, he died at age 78 at his ranch home in southern New Mexico on Wednesday September 19th 2001. He was born in West Liberty, Ohio to Frank and Mabel Kauffman Jones on May 26, 1923. He was raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and just after Pearl Harbor, he and his brother, Herman Jones, volunteered into the U. S. Army. Herman, in the Paratroops, was killed in the Normandy Invasion in 1944. Earl was in the invasion also, and fought under General George Patton through all six major campaigns in Europe during World War II in the Third Army.
In May of 1943, before he left to go to war, he married Mary Alice Hignett in El Paso, Texas, when he was stationed at Fort Bliss. They were happily, lovingly married for 58 years. After the war, he returned to Las Cruces and attended New Mexico State University. He then went to work at White Sands Missile Range where he, over the course of time, became Project Manager for Engineering and Testing for the Nike Ajax Missile, then the Nike Hercules and even started the Patriot Missile program. He retired after 28 years of government service.
In 1983, he was ordained as a Christian minister by Pastor Sheldon Emry of the Lords Covenant Church and America’s Promise Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona. He remained active until the day of his death with a Christian ministry called "The Christian Crusade for Truth" and a monthly newsletter called "The Intelligence Newsletter" which you can read below. Earl Jones also spoke and hosted many Christian-Israel meetings and gatherings all around the country up until his death, and he greatly influenced people with his love for truth and the Word of God. You can listen and watch many of those sermons and lectures below. I pray that this library is a blessing to you and all who are able to use it for the advancement of the Christian faith, and our Lord Jesus Christ and His Kingdom. Click Here to listen to the Funeral Service for Pastor Earl Jones.