In this episode Constitutional Lawyer Leighton Grey and Artur Pawlowski have a conversation about the path that lead him to his humanitarian cause, how he has been met with corruption and discouragement at every turn, and why he continues to fight the powers that be to accomplish his goals.
Artur Pawlowski, born March 28, 1973, is a Polish-Canadian Protestant street preacher and political activist. He is pastor of the Cave of Adullam congregation in Calgary and previously led the Kings Glory Fellowship. In 2005, Pawlowski, along with other street evangelists, used the PA system of a truck to deliver sermons around downtown. Pawlowski became the founder and pastor of Street Church Ministries, where he engages in open-air preaching and Christian street outreach. He was also the pastor of Kings Glory Fellowship. Through the Street Church Pawlowski feeds and clothes the homeless. Artur Pawlowski has been an active advocate against the questionable government mandates while protesting for fellow Canadians rights and freedoms. Pawlowski has been in trouble with police throughout the pandemic, at times being arrested within days of his release on other charges.
In this episode of the Grey Matter Podcast Leighton and Artur take some time to explore his past, how he cam to be an active street preacher, and why he continues to actively fight for human rights and freedoms in the wake of the current political climate.
To find more from Artur Pawlowski you can visit: https://www.streetchurch.ca/
This episode’s recommended reading:
Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents – Rod Dreher
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