This morning after the service a resident came to me and said, "Look around the room. You see a room full of Christians. We don't need a lot of hellfire and brimstone. We need to be encouraged. You've done that with your music and encouraging words. We've been locked up for months. Our spirits have been lifted this morning. When are you coming back?"
What a wonderful morning. As nursing care facilities open, this is what I'm finding; People who want to be encouraged in the Word.
Now it's time for lunch and on to this afternoon's service. God is so good!
Today I had my second service at Brentwood since they have reopened. The excitement of reopening is incredible. And, getting together as a body of believers is just amazing. There are several here who want to be baptized. It sounds like a stock tank is in the works and we may have a big outdoor service. The power of God is at work and we cannot be stopped. Praise the Lord.
Thank you, Okmulgee for allowing me to come to your facility. We had an amazing time. Today's topic was Heaven. Everyone was very interested. We answered the questions, how do you get there? And what is it like? There were smiles everywhere. God Is So Good!
Today we had our first live-stream service to the nursing homes and beyond. It was a blessing to many and went beyond what I thought would happen for the first service. I received a text from a very precious activities director who sent pictures of our first service to their facility. We are in! They all gathered around the big screen.
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.