Thursday, June 11, 2020

Signs Of Things to come

Today we had a wonderful time in Muskogee.  There are signs of nursing care facilities opening up again to visitors.  I was asked to come to an assisted care facility.  I have ministered in this facility for 9 years.  There were tears of joy as we were able to see each other again.  The setup was quite interesting.  I was not able to go into the building and the residents were not allowed to come outside.  We had an open door between us.  So, we were able to talk and wave at each other.  Some day we will be able to hug again.

I have also been recording more teachings for YouTube. The nursing care facilities plus anyone with access to the internet will be able to view and study these. You can find them on https://www.youtube.com/user/PaulDeNeuiMinistries

Friday, April 3, 2020

Friday - April 3rd

Today I traveled another 300+ miles to reach our last 16 nursing care facilities. I looked at my calendar and saw that in 5 days I traveled 1,323 miles and dispersed $2,640 worth of books and CDs to all of my facilities. Every nursing care facility was very, very appreciative of these materials. I received a phone call from one of the facilities I was at today. (They had gathered the residents and already had a hymn sing with one of the CDs.) It's very important the residents follow all medical guidelines. Now we have given them materials to also stand on God's Word in line with health and wholeness.

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Thursday - April 2nd

Wow, it's been quite the day. I have a total of 64 nursing care facilities I have ministered in in the last 10 years. With the sudden closing of care facilities to the public, due to the CV-19 outbreak, I have been aggressively traveling to each one to encourage them and provide books and CDs. (These books and CDs can be used by the activities directors.) Today I was able to travel 374 miles and visit 13 facilities. I have 16 facilities left and I believe I will be able to reach out to all of them tomorrow.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Wednesday - April 1st

The traveling days have sure been different with no stores or restaurants open. Generally, I will write on my blog during my lunch however there is nothing open. So I am writing now - (8:24pm). Today was a very long but productive day. I traveled 303 miles and visited 11 nursing care facilities. I see a lot of stress in the facilities. There are pockets here and there where I see joy and happiness. It is rare but it is there. I can tell right away they are drawing on the peace and joy of the Lord. One woman saw that I was providing Christian based books and CDs. She was so excited she shook my hand and gave me a big hug. She completely forgot about CV-19 protocol. It is certainly a witness to people looking for answers during a time of need. Life in nursing homes is very lonely right now. I have sensed the need to pick up the pace in my travels and get to the rest of the facilities as quickly as possible. I am looking at maps and checking my supplies. I believe I need to get off the road soon. God is so good to guide me every step of the way.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Tuesday - March 31st

It's late in the day but I did not want to let the day go by without sharing. I am continuing to travel bringing in books and CDs to nursing care facilities throughout eastern Oklahoma. Many of the activity directors are scrambling to find things to do for the residents. I believe the Lord wants me so sow much of my materials to this relief. Today I traveled 270 miles and met with staff at 13 nursing care facilities. We are meeting the need during this CV-19 crisis. Thank you! together we are sharing the Good News that God is a good Good. He is the answer!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Tulsa County - Health and Wholeness Tour

At the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Lord said, "I want you to go to every nursing home you've ever been in and encourage them with My Word." I'm calling it "The Health and Wholeness Tour". Last week I traveled to Muskogee, Eufaula, Quinton, Wilburton, and McAlister distributing books and CDs that I had on hand. Then I ordered another case of books and have been waiting for them to arrive. I also began burning more CDs. Today the books came. 
I have been traveling throughout Tulsa county distributing books and CDs. Next week the Health & Wholeness Tour will continue until every nursing care facility has been reached. 

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Health & Wholeness Tour

Today was an amazing day. I traveled to 5 nursing care facilities in a 250-mile loop. We are making sure that all the nursing care facilities that I've ministered in in the last 10 years have some CDs and healing books that this ministry is providing. I met with some staff I had not seen for years. We cried and laughed as we met. Please remember to do everything in the natural and the spiritual you know to do during these times.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Coronavirus Update

The national health organizations have called for no visitors in nursing care facilities throughout the country do to the potential spread of the coronavirus. In the last few days, I had started receiving calls stating that they were already beginning to close their doors to visitors. The elderly are the most vulnerable to this virus. The residents need to be protected. They need medical services but they also need the Word of God. As my Pastor says, "It's the natural and the supernatural coming together that creates that explosive force from God." They need to stand on the promises of God in line with healing, health, and wholeness. As a result, I have decided to travel to every nursing care facility that I have ministered in in the last 10 years. (I have ministered in 64 nursing care facilities throughout eastern Oklahoma.) I will be providing Bibles, my healing CD titled Healing: Forever Settled. I will also be providing my book titled My Prayer Book. (One of the chapters has all of the healing scriptures in the Bible.) Even though I will not be entering the buildings, I will be delivering these materials to each of the sights. I believe it is very important that we all stand on the promises of God's Word not just during this time but always. I have ordered more books for this project and will be producing more CDs in the next few days. Then there will be much extra travel in the weeks to come. God loves us and cares for us. It is evident in His Word. So, we are on the road: Strengthening The Saved & Saving The Lost.

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Muskogee

All across the country, nursing homes are being affected by the Coronavirus. This morning the facility I was in had a very thorough screening process at the front door. This afternoon's facility has closed its doors to all visitors. (We want our residents to be safe and healthy.) I have adjusted my message to minister on the healing scriptures. I am also providing a CD which contains a piano background with me narrating all of the healing scriptures found throughout the Bible.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Muskogee/Haskell

It is so good to be back in the nursing homes. I realize even more when I enter, I belong here. As we sang the hymns of the church the awareness of God went to a higher level. Clapping, singing and raising our hands were in order. We continue to Strengthen The Saved & Save The Lost.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Muskogee

This morning the room was ready and waiting to praise the Lord. "Jesus Is truth!" That was the focus this morning. We raised our hands and voices in praise. Yes, Jesus Is Lord!

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Broken Arrow

We had our largest group at this facility today. We are also using a larger list of hymns. Do you remember singing, "I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart." We sang that this morning and the looks on faces were amazing. It was like they were kids again. We are definitely having a good time in the nursing homes. Strengthening The Saved & Saving The Lost.

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Expansion Day

This is a day to begin looking for special needs children's facilities. I have been ministering to adults with special needs for 10 years. It's time to add kids with special needs to the mix. Today I am praying, on the internet searching, and traveling the highways and byways of eastern Oklahoma. Yes Lord, let's do this!

(This bracelet is a constant reminder. "Follow Me and I will make you fishers of men!")

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Paul DeNeui Ministry - 2020 Vision


Muskogee/Tahlequah

It is a real honor to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. This morning in Muskogee residents were in the meeting room and waiting for the service to begin. We have become family. After the service, a woman came to me asking how she could take communion? (It's a wonderful thing to see people growing in the Lord.) We talked for a little bit and she became excited about taking communion every day. Praise the Lord. Now it's on to Tahlequah.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Claremore/Nowata

We pressed in to worship this morning. Everyone was ready to praise the Lord. "Jesus Is The Sweetest Name I Know."

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Tulsa/Cleveland

The Lord continues to do some amazing work in these facilities. The residents were noticeably blessed and this morning some of the staff were there. I had an extensive conversation with one of the staff members who was overwhelmed with the hymns we used. They brought tears to her eyes as she remembered growing up with these hymns: Standing On The Promises, Nothing But The Blood, etc. We continue to Strengthen The Saved & Save The Lost.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Muskogee

This morning everyone was very attentive. How did I know? I began to close the service with prayer while I was looking around. (You know the bible says, "watch and pray".) Every head in the room was down - residents, staff, and visitors. All work and visiting had stopped. When I finished praying several began to clap. I learned something. Everyone was listening. Some were not churchgoers. We were reaching the lost.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Muskogee/Haskell

I always enjoy memory units. As we began to sing the old hymns you could see the residents "wake up". What I mean by that is they would smile, begin to speak and enjoy being together. Most of the time these residents sit stoically. They do not show any emotion. At the close of the service, one woman was playing the table. (She used to play the piano and organ.) Many were singing and very, very happy. Yes, Lord, we are bringing joy to these nursing care facilities.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Barnsdall/Bartlesville

This service was a great way to start a Tuesday. We looked at the words of Jesus where he said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life." It's so good to know, 1) we never have to be lost. 2) We can always know the truth. And 3) we can have eternal life.
As I entered a McDonalds in Bartlesville I saw a homeless woman sitting in a corner trying to stay warm. I asked her if she had had anything to eat. She said, "no". It just seemed like I should get her some food. She ordered a pancake breakfast and a burrito. I couldn't tell how old she was because she looked pretty rough. She could have been about my age. There was no smile and no thanks but that's OK. The joy comes from being led of the Lord!

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Chouteau/Vinita

It's wonderful to see how residents are cared for in Chouteau. I met a daughter who drives 7 hours at least once a month to see her mother. There was also a caregiver who came in to sit with a resident she cares for regularly. This is in addition to the regular care they are given form the local staff. They are blessed! As we sang the hymns there were several who began to cry. They said it brought back so many good, good memories. We continue to spread the Good News of a Good God. We are "Strengthening The Saved & Saving The Lost"

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Okmulgee/Muskogee

This writing is a little different because I am writing about yesterday afternoon's service and this morning's service.
Yesterday in Okmulgee I was overwhelmed at the response to the message. The residents were thrilled to know that God still has a plan and purpose for their lives. That they can run a strong race all the way to the finish line. That when you begin to see the finish line you don't slow down but press into the finish. after the service, no one wanted to leave. These types of messages are not given much in nursing homes but residents want to hear it. It is where they are. They want to hear, "Well done thou good and faithful servant."
This morning we were all out in sing mode. As soon as we started singing the atmosphere went up a notch or two. The residents were excited to sing praises to their master and Lord. So, we just stayed right there and sang for an hour. Praise the Lord!

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Broken Arrow/Okmulgee

This morning I noticed quite a lot of responses from the music. Several of the residents were crying during some of the specials I was singing. Many were moved to rededicate themselves to the Lord. After the service, I spoke with a speech therapist who works there every day. She said therapists can get a master's degree in music therapy; it is so powerful. I have seen residents moved by the music everywhere I go but I did not realize the medical field and educational field understood that. I am coming at it from the spiritual side. The Bible is Truth. It's exciting to know that the Word of God is always up to date and relevant for today. Now I'm off to Okmulgee.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Muskogee/Tahlequah

Some people seem to be automatically sad when they hear that my mom went to heaven. I don't think that's what they hear. I think they hear, "mom died". In other words, she is no more. And, that's just not true. The Apostle Paul said, "To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord and forever will we be with the Lord." If you have a strong belief in heaven it should be a wonderful climax to an amazing life. On this earth, we are walking a path. We are running a race. Let's run it strong. I am sharing the message that you can know that Jesus is your savior and Lord. You can also know that heaven is your home. When they see that I am not sad it becomes reassuring to them. Yes, Jesus is Lord and Heaven Is our Home!

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Claremore/Nowata

Today is a music day. Considering the facilities I minister in on this day music works the best. At the end of the service, a staff member asked, "How's your mom?" (This is where it began. The story of mom going to heaven.) She continues to be a witness for the Lord even after running her race for 102 years.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Barnsdall/Bartlesville

It was a great morning. As I was driving to Barnsdall I could tell the Lord was wanting me to give a message different than I had planned. That used to frustrate me. Now I get excited. While we were singing the first two hymns I pulled out my Bible and started putting little tabs on the pages I knew I needed to talk about - Ephesians 2, John 14, and Hebrews 12. We are shouting about the goodness and faithfulness of a loving God.

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Muskogee

With the passing of my Mom to heaven; I have heaven on my mine. I talked about heaven all morning. I saw many residents with tears however they were tears of joy. Jesus said, "I go to prepare a place for YOU." Praise The Lord!

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Muskogee/Hastell

This morning we sang of the glorious majesty of our loving God - Amazing Grace, Jesus Is the Sweetest Name I Know, Are You Washed In The Blood, etc. There are so many people in these facilities who do not get regular visits. Hugs and smiles were in order this morning. We continue to spread the good news that Jesus Is Lord!

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Tulsa/Bristow

This morning was my first service for 2020. Of course, everywhere I go people ask me, "How's your mom?" When I told them, over the holidays she moved to heaven, they got a really sad face. But my face was/is not sad. She ran her race well at 102 years old. She is in heaven and I will see her again. We lifted up the name of Jesus in memory of her life. 2020 is going to be an amazing year. We are more focused than ever before. Jesus Is Lord! Now I'm on to Bristow.