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The Way of the Master (WOTM) is a United Statesmarker-based Christian evangelism ministry, founded in 2002 and headed by American actor Kirk Cameron, New Zealandmarker-born evangelist Ray Comfort and American radio host Todd Friel. The organization includes a TV show, radio broadcast, books, online school, small-group training courses, and a website. The ministry's logo incorporates the letters, WDJD, standing for "What Did Jesus Do?" and a reference to : "And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." The ministry is headquartered in Bellflowermarker, Californiamarker.



The Way of the Master is a television show hosted by Cameron and Comfort. Currently, it has been released up to season three. WOTM is broadcast on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, FamilyNet, Sky Angel, Christian Television Network, along with other media outlets, and can be watched in more than 100 countries. On occasion while filming the show, things would go wrong and Cameron and Comfort would be attacked by members of the public.

The show has won the National Religious Broadcasters' People’s Choice 2004, 2005, 2006, and Best Program, 2005 and 2006.

Radio show

The Way of the Master Radio, WOTMR, was a syndicated two-hour, daily radio show hosted by former stand-up comedian Todd Friel. WOTMR was broadcast on various local radio outlets, internet streaming and on Sirius XM Radio. The show ran from January 2006 until November 2008, when it was renamed Wretched Radio, broadcast through FamilyNet.

The Way of the Master Minute

The Way of the Master Minute was a series of one minute Biblical radio sermonettes made between 2006 until 2008. These contained both Cameron and Comfort highlighting various Biblical precepts. They were aired on Effect Radio.

Living Waters Publications

Living Waters Publications (LWP) acts as an online store for WOTM.

On June 2, 2006, the United States Secret Service seized 8,300 copies of the "million dollar bill" tract printed by Living Waters Publications from the Great News Network headquarters because a woman in North Carolinamarker attempted to deposit the tracts as legal tender (despite the fake bills being marked "This is not legal tender").

Debate with Rational Response Squad

Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort participated in a debate with Brian Sapient and Kelly O'Connor, representatives of Rational Response Squad, an atheist activism organization, at Calvary Baptist Church in Manhattanmarker, on May 5, 2007. Nightline aired the debate online and included a short two-segment summary on its May 9 broadcast. At issue was the existence of God. Nightline correspondent Martin Bashir served as moderator at the event.

Cameron and Comfort challenged the Rational Response Squad to the debate, claiming that they could prove the existence of God scientifically without using the Bible, though Comfort does refer to the Bible when he participates in such discussions, and did so during the May 5 debate. In a May 8, 2007 clarification, Comfort stated that he would cease using the qualifier "without mentioning faith or the Bible" from his claims to avoid misunderstandings.

See also


  1. The Way of the Master Radio
  2. O'Connor, Kelly; "D'Souza - Nothing to Refute Here"; November 8, 2007
  3. Face-Off - Does God Exist - Part1 on Google Video
  4. Bashir, Martin; "Prepare for a Conflict: The Nightline 'Face-Off' No-Holds Barred Battle Over the Existence of God"; May 7, 2007
  5. Correction to article; "Evangelist Challenges Atheists to Debate on ABC"; April 29, 2007
  6. Video of Comfort's opening arguments at the May 5, 2007 debate, in which he references the Bible beginning at the 2:58 mark.

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