1200 Miles – Severe Ice Storm – Meeting with the Governor

We drove over 1200 miles to minister in deep southwest Kansas in a small town almost to New Mexico, called Hugoton, KS, and a surprise storm came with rain, turning to ice and snow – On Sunday morning I drove 15 miles on sheer ice – very slowly and it took me an hour – semi trucks were passing me which was unbelievable – we prayed a lot – and due to the storm and a few other reasons, our average attendance was 9 for all three services – but we had a great time and I preached like there was 900 there. 

I had someone ask me why I would drive 1200 miles to minister to nine people –   Continue reading

Radio Guest, Healing Services, Two Special Offers

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On Thursday January 31st. I will be intereviewed at 4:15 p.m. for 45 minutes on a live radio program out of Minneapolis – you can Listen online @ http://www.kkms.com/   Also available on IHeartRadio http://www.iheart.com/#

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Quote: When you REGULARLY pray to God, IRREGULAR things happen on a REGULAR basis.

I am happy to report that I have completed writing four chapters of my new book and the introduction all written since Friday of last week, and I will be working on chapter five today and tomorrow.  Please keep me in prayer.  I would like to have this book edited by Easter and to the publisher by mid April, and back to me by Mother’s Day if possible.  Then I can begin writing my third book.  I will reveal the title and nature of the current book soon.  My last book Downloads from Heaven is selling well, with orders and requests coming in every week.

Also, I took a bad fall while shoveling snow today – hit some ice and my right leg went up under and behind me unlike anything I have previously experienced, Continue reading

“The Stranger” – by my personal friend Judge Roy Moore – Alabama Supreme Court Justice

mc32This poem was written by my personal friend Judge Roy Moore –

The Honorable State Supreme Court Justice in Alabama –

He gave me permission to repost this copyrighted work.

“The Stranger” by Judge Roy Moore

The old man was alone by the fire that night; His wife and his kids were in bed. Christmas was near, but he was out of a job And could barely keep his family fed.

It was snowing outside and cold in the room, Because he had little wood left to burn. This would be a sad Christmas with cupboards so bare, For he had run out of places to turn. Continue reading