At The Well Ministries

          Project Truth taking it to the World 
"His soul had embraced large truths and he yearned to make a spiritual mark upon the world."   The Liberator



Couldn't wait to get back on the college tour visiting twelve colleges filled with "diversity", "tolerance," and "community."  


We unintentionally scheduled our first college on opening day during "Women's History Month" at Consumnes College. Our team thought it was a good fit, but school officials didn't appreciate the timing.

The Project Truth women on our team, Annie and her two daughters on the left, began to make history by engaging the students on the importance of denying emotions that run over logic and reason during important decisions.
"Hardship does not justify homicide" is a truth we proclaim throughout the tour.

This student stood for a long time looking at the banners before sharing with me her struggles over a friend's scheduled appointment to exterminate her baby.  I did all I could to give her the tools to convince her friend to choose life.  Someday I will hear the victory story of another baby saved from death.  Remember this woman and her challenge to change her friend's mind.  


It was meant for us to be on this campus, on this day, in that spot, to help "women make history."   

Bud was verbally attacked by this angry student until "a soft answer turned away wrath."


The young man conceded some of his errors about what he was ranting about and wound up shaking hands with Bud and apologizing for his tirade.


He has embraced a dark lifestyle and was confused about the role of Christianity in his secular worldview. 


Bud also asked the student how he reconciled being a vegan while wearing a leather jacket and yet holding to the destruction of pre-born humans.  The student admitted he was a hypocrite.

Looking good!!


Praying for laborers has paid off.  For the past three colleges we have seen as many as twenty-five volunteers show up for battle.  Awesome!!


Thank you Lord for the brave volunteers.  

"Be strong and courageous; do not be afraid nor dismayed before the king of Assyria, nor before all the multitude that is with him; for there are more with us than with him.  With him is an arm of flesh; but with us is the Lord our God, to help us and to fight our battles." And the people were strengthened by the words of Hezekiah king of Judah."

                                                                                         II Chronicles 32:7-8  

Some staff members of Sierra College and from a local abortion center called the Feminist Women's Health Clinic couldn't keep watching our team effectively speak with students, so they buddied up to take us on.  The lady in black teaches a "critical thinking" class at Sierra College.  She was not doing a very good job of holding onto her twisted ideas.   

The intern project is yielding young people ready for battle in the trenches.



Standing outside the library, Anne took on the students with grace and love.



                                             2015 Project Truth


Mar 2-3 Consumnes College

Mar 9-10 Sierra College

Mar 16-17 UC Davis

Mar 24-25 off

Mar 30-31 Shasta College

April 7-8  Alameda College

April 13-14 Antelope College

April 20-21 Los Positas

April 27-28  West Valley College   

May 4-5-6-7 Oregon colleges


Summer Tour Show-the-Truth

June 21-30






      Pray for laborers for the Harvest.


Please remember my son preparing to leave the troubled Middle East. As you read this newsletter his platoon should be in a flight plan to return to the U.S.
In His Steps,

                                       Thank you for standing with me.



I am Don Blythe of At the Well Ministries. This ministry of 30 years uses the abortion issue as a springboard for sharing the Gospel.


My mission field comprises three main areas of outreach: the abortion mills, high schools, and college campuses.


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