Monday, January 11, 2021

Monday - January 11 - Search & Rescue

 Today was a learning day.  This was my first day working with John 3:16 - Search & Rescue.  We traveled to 5 homeless camps in the Tulsa area and talked/prayed with many in the woods and under bridges.  We are reaching out to the lost and hopeless.  Jesus is the way when it seems there is no way.

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Thursday - December 10th

 It was so good to see residents again.  There were more residents coming into the room than normal.  It's obvious that the shutdown is affecting more and more people.  Loneliness is becoming a huge issue.  They are starving for fellowship.  I am ministering from the outside of the building and they are inside with an open door between us.  I understand they need to be protected.  I just hope the solution is not worse than the problem.  We sang the familiar Christmas carols for close to an hour.  They were so happy again.  It was a joy to be together.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Thursday - November 12th

 It's obvious that residents in nursing care facilities are getting tired.  They are tired of being cooped up.  They understand the health issues but it doesn't stop them from getting tired of the whole thing.  When we began to sing they took off their masks and began singing or shouting quite loudly with joy.  It was amazing to watch.  Then, we looked into the Word.  The Word of God can truly set you free.  We are going to every nursing care facility that will let us minister.  Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life.  (Behind the door in this picture is many, many residents.  I stand on the outside and they sit on the inside.)

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Wednesday - November 11th

 

Today I was scheduled to minister in Okmulgee.  I received a phone call stating I would not be able to come today.  We do need to protect those who are the most vulnerable through these times.  Prayer is very essential.  I would ask all of you to take the time to pray for staff and residents in nursing care facilities.  A steady and concerted effort to trust the Word is essential to receive His promises.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Thursday - October 22nd

 

What a great day to be outside.  (At least on the north side of a building.  The wind was pretty strong from the south.)  The residents were more than ready to fellowship.  We sang for quite a while before we opened the Word.  Then we began to review who we are in Christ. Toward the end of the service, we got pretty happy.  

Strengthening The Saved & Saving The Lost

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Wednesday - October 14th

 

I always look forward to coming to the Plantation House in Okmulgee.  We are meeting outside under the front portico and having such a wonderful time.  It was so windy today we all thought it was appropriate to sing I'll Fly Away.  We had a lot of fun.  (Which is very important during these times.)  Then we looked into the Word of God and talked about how we can live with peace that passes all understanding.  God is so good!

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Thursday - October 8th

 

What a great day to travel to Muskogee.  We had another outdoor service.  Well, I was outdoors and the residents were indoors.  (One of these days we will all be together again.)  We looked at the Word of God in the light of renewing our minds and being doers of the Word.  The Gospel is the Good News!  Praise The Lord!


Strengthening The Saved & Saving The Lost