On April 22, 1997, we started in full-time prison ministry, how the time has flown by and now it’s been 22 years and I still get excited when the officer waves to me and says “ are you ready to enter” I smile and say “I have been waiting for this all day”.
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
Pictured above is a Scripture verse that was displayed a ta gas station pump in . . . Praise the LORD that somebody is willing to be that kind of a testimony for our LORD!
ndescribable – that’s the word that comes to mind as I write this latest prayer letter from an airplane. We are at the tail end of our deputation trip to the Carolinas; and God certainly blessed! Since our last prayer letter, we have had several churches join us in support, and have had the privilege to travel throughout the southern states, passionately sharing our vision for Cape Cod. The Gospel is the answer!
Praise the Lord, I was able to win my protest and I was allowed to receive a new medication. I started taking it the last week of February and it takes a few weeks to start working. I am trusting this one will get me back to my old self again. I am thankful for your prayers in this matter.
We have had many great meetings both in Michigan and in NY! As you know, we were in a difficult situation with the government shutdown and not able to close on our house. In spite of that, the LORD has worked all things for good on our first month of full-time deputation.
God has been so good to us, like always! Since our last letter, we have had many great meetings across the country, and several churches joining us in support. I trust that you and your church families had a wonderful Christmas season; I know we did! One meeting I remember in particular was in early January in Webster, MA. I had the privilege to preach on Sunday AM, and preached a message on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Praise God, we had one young man saved! How exciting to preach a message on the Gospel, and have someone understand and believe it!