It has been awhile since I updated you on our progress with Kingdom Encounters – which is the church plant we launched last October 2014. For nine months we were blessed to use Grace University for our meeting place on Sunday mornings, but have now moved into a nice facility that we have access to 24 hours a day seven days a week. This is a night view above. Continue reading →
The above picture was taken this past Sunday by Jason in our living room. And no we did not put up our Christmas tree early. We have several such trees that we leave up year round to give a cabin feel with lights on them to add ambiance to certain settings. Diane and I have Continue reading →
Thank you everyone for your prayers, financial support, encouragement and friendship blessings.
One of the definitions of the word “testimony” means, “do it again.” Revelation 19:10 says that the Testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. I have learned and taught that every testimony that is shared, can also release a prophetic word in that same category or in the same realm as the testimony itself. In other words, a testimony becomes a word of knowledge with prophecy for those that hear the testimony so that the same thing can then happen to those who listen to the testimony releasing the power of God to do it again. Continue reading →
Earlier on Monday Dec 10th, I drove 1.5 hours to minister to some inmates at the maximum security prison in Tecumseh, Nebraska. Some of the men who actually belonged to our church (Eagle’s Nest pictured here) have started their own prison ministry to the other inmates in that they save up their weekly salary of about $2 a week and use that money to buy snacks and toothpaste and other essentialsto give to other inmates in the yard. They also pray for the inmates and collect prayer requests and send them to the church we belong to in Omaha. They witness and lead inmates to the Lord, so a few months ago I started writing to one of the leaders and this has led me now to where I go in and minister to the top four leaders to encourage and bless and teach and pray with them.
After being admitted to the waiting area inside of the prison, I felt led to sit next to a couple whose son is from Omaha and is prison there as well. I shared with them what I wrote above and they asked me if I could ask the leaders to reach out to their son.Continue reading →