These are the heart wrenching stories of adventure, danger, and the street singing ministry of Glenn Adkins and his dramatic efforts, driven by Christ's love, in reaching out to lost humanity. While pastoring a church in Topanga, he and his family worked with, and sometimes housed at the church, some of the most spiritually and mentally destitute members of our society. He began witnessing and singing in nightclubs and bars, reaching out to the stars of Hollywood, and the street people, teaching many Christians how to do hands-on street ministry. Rev. Glenn Adkins has been married forty-seven years to Frances (Frankie) Adkins. They have four daughters and one son, all grown now. He did street ministry in Haight-Ashbury and Berkeley in 1968, started and ran a Christian Coffee House in Oxnard, CA, and pastored in Topanga Canyon, CA from 1972 to 1986. While there he ministered to many actors and rock singers, as well as to those with broken dreams and devastated lives. During that period he also ministered in Hollywood, and still does. He was Chaplain and Soloist for several years for the Beverly Hills Full Gospel Business Mens Chapter Meetings. Street ministry has taken him to many of the big cities of America, including New York City, Washington, DC, Las Vegas, NV, the Island of Oahu, Hawaii, and to the infamous La Mesa prison in Tijuana, MX. While pastoring a church in Fawnskin, CA, he was also the Chaplain for two years at The Bear Valley Hospital, and six years for the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Dept. He wears many hats, including being a gospel and inspirational singer in churches and on the streets. His street singing ministry is called "The Lord's Trumpet." He's presently an Elder and Home Missionary at Believer's Chapel in Big Bear Lake, CA.