Mel Novak

Hi Cyber Babies on today's show "Mother Love" talks with Actor "Mel Novak" about this work "SOUL-DIER FOR CHRIST" Skid Row & Prison Ministry behind enemy lines this & so much more.

Mel Novak, Actor and Ordained Minister joins Mother Love in studio to share his passion for bringing more than 100,000 people to The Lord with his Skid Row and Prison ministries. He continues to make movies and show people the way to GOD.
Born in Pittsburgh, Novak played professional baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates before he began acting. His athletic career was cut short by a massive rotator cuff injury. Novak made his film debut in 1974, appearing in two blaxploitation films, Truck Turner and Black Belt Jones, the former starring Isaac Hayes, the latter Jim Kelly. Subsequent parts in The Ultimate Warrior(1975) starring Yul Brynner, Cat in the Cage (1978), starring Sybil Danning, and others followed. One of his more high-profile parts from the 70's was as the hitman Stick in Game of Death (1978), directed by Robert Clouse. Novak also had roles in two Chuck Norris films, A Force of One (1979) and An Eye for an Eye (1981). In 2014 he became the host of L.I.F.E.Workshop Hour podcast on WLOR.
About Mel
Mel Novak, a dedicated Soldier for Christ, is an Ordained Minister called by God to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and salvation to the homeless on skid row and in prisons. (Matt. 25:34-40, Isaiah 58:6,7,10,11).For the past thirty-one years, Mel has faithfully ministered on the streets of L.A., and in the chapel services at the Union Rescue Mission, Fred Jordan Mission, L.A. Mission and the Long Beach Rescue Mission. Mel has also ministered in penitentiaries for 28 years from San Quentin and Pelican Bay in California, to New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Alabama, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, and Oregon.
tuxedoMel preaches Christ crucified, sharing the word of God to the hurting and downtrodden who have lost all hope, Over 95,000 have accepted God's precious gift of salvation through Grace, by receiving Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior (Ephesians 2:8 ) or re-dedication of their lives 1 John 1: 9. Jesus sets the captives free (Isaiah 61:1) and by his stripes they are healed (Isaiah 53:5) spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically.