Today, my blog takes on a different tone and form as I write a tribute to the victims and those who responded to the Las Vegas Shootings. Continue reading
Thank you for reading my blog today. I hope these testimonies inspire and encourage you. Like most folks just prior to Christmas I had opportunities to be shopping but I was also looking for public Kingdom Encounters. I have discovered Continue reading
Over my many years of traveling I enjoy and love to discover what God is doing on a certain day, especially as it relates to witnessing and praying for others in public. There are days when many such opportunities exist and other days when there are few, and so I choose to embrace what God is doing, rather than what He is Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I wrote a prayer for healing at the conclusion of one of my blogs and several people read that prayer and actually got well. So now it is 1:30 a.m. and I just finished rewriting a chapter in my new book to be published and released this summer and felt led of God to write a new prayer for healing that you can Continue reading
Jason and I were honored to return to Redeemer Lutheran in Fridley, MN for my 5th ministry trip at this location. This time was a bit different in that I was invited to speak at all four Sunday morning services in addition to an evening schedule so I ended up ministering eight times total plus Continue reading
If you haven’t heard there is a revival going on in Omaha Nebraska that started spontaneously last Monday – tonight is the 8th night. Kris Kildosher from the healing rooms at Bethel Church in Redding CA came to speak and is still here. Each night the room is packed out with adults and students – many high school students from public schools in the area have attended and encountered Jesus. Healings happen every night in dramatic form and casual ways – many students from high schools and now colleges who were big skeptics of healing or that God speaks today have since changed their minds.
A recent note on the Omaha HUB Facebook page from a parent reads like this:
My son goes to Millard High North, and the revival is becoming a hot topic of conversation!! Kids are getting saved, healed delivered!!! Go God!!! All gory to you King Jesus!!!! Thank you for what you’re doing in our city!!! Continue reading
As I was driving today from Nebraska to southwest Kansas and listening to some of the newer worship music out of Bethel Church in Redding, I was thinking about several things.
I had a good friend who was running for US Congress this week and he did not win, and in fact was beaten by a very narrow margin. He worked hard and I know he must be disappointed, perhaps even discouraged. He is a godly man with great integrity and a fine track record in politics and realms of service to the general population. Yet I know that discouragement can easily sneak in when we have worked hard and things don’t go as we had planned.
A couple of years ago an African American Pastor Friend of mine invited me to his home. He and his wife showed me around their home. They live in a lower income area of North Omaha. The home had a lot of problems including carpet squares covering holes in the floor carpet and broken light fixtures, and broken plumbing fixtures, ceiling fans with one paddle, a couple of cracked and broken windows, lots of heat loss through poor insulated doors and windows, some kitchen cabinet doors hanging by one hinge, and their bedroom was in a very cold basement with one heating vent – on cold tile floor, with no closet for clothes and no bathroom. They have five children at home and were in the process of adopting a young extended family member. They had lived this way for over two years and due to financial constraints, were unable to fix anything, and so they had stopped having people over other then family. They asked me if I could help them.