Monday, March 28, 2016


The residents were finishing their exercise program at the other end of the building when I came in. They have a new activities director. He was very quick to bring the residents to the front of the building.
It's the day after Easter and we are looking at the reason Jesus came. He said, I am come to seek and to save that which was lost. This morning we had people rededicate themselves to the Lord. It doesn't matter where we live. If we are still breathing, God still has a plan and a purpose for our lives.

Friday, March 25, 2016


We are just 2 days away from Easter. There are lots of Easter party's and decorations. Just like Christmas is not about Santa Claus, Easter is not about the Easter Bunny. We can sure have fun with all those characters but the reality is, it's all about the resurrection of Jesus. That was our focus this morning. There were many staff members and family who came in throughout the service. Jesus Is Lord!

Thursday, March 24, 2016


This morning some of the staff were watching residents sing hymns who normally don't speak at all. The looks on their faces was joy and wonder. We see many residents who have some form of dementia. During the service many of them "wake up". It becomes evident when the presence and power of God is present. The Bible says,

Matthew 18:20 For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

When we intentionally invoke His presence, Miracles Happen!

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Broken Arrow

This morning I was overwhelmed at my acceptance from the residents. What a great group. As we started to sing more residents came in. We really did have a time finding a place for everyone. (We might have to find a larger room.) Then, we looked into the Word and asked the question, "Why Did Jesus Come?" The next thing we new an hour had gone by. I'm already anxious to go back. We're going to have a great time there.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016


Ever since I started ministering in Chouteau we've been meeting in a common area where the TV is. When I show up, some want the TV off and some don't. It's always been a bit of a fight. Last month I noticed their lunch room; it's large and there's no one in there. I asked the staff if I could us it the next time I came. It would give the residents a choice with no conflicts. Today I set up in the lunch room. It was wonderful. We had more in the lunch room than we ever had in the TV room and the TV room emptied out into the lunch room. Every day we all make choices. This morning, in Chouteau, we chose God!

We continue to: Strengthen The Saved - Save The Lost

Monday, March 21, 2016


This morning I spoke with many of the residents before the service. Many of them had been to the hospital or doctor in the past week. they seemed down or discouraged. As we prayed together, lifted up the name of Jesus, and began to praise the Lord with music, you could see them "coming up". Smiles began coming to their faces and faith rose up.It's wonderful to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. He is Lord!

IT'S TIME TO CELEBRATE! This afternoon we were accepted into our 35th nursing care facility. Since June of 2015 we have been consistently increasing from 20 to 35 nursing care facilities. We are now in 25 counties, 31 communities, 35 facilities, and we will be ministering to 3,468 residents. Praise The Lord!

Friday, March 18, 2016


"Lord, I know you would send someone for 100's or 1,000's but would send someone for me?"
This morning during a time of pray I realized those are the cries from the hearts of people living in nursing care facilities. My response to that cry was, "Yes Lord, I will go!" That thought helped me this morning as I walked into the Okmulgee facility and realized the activities director was not there today. 5 residents were in the service.
In the Old Testament, Abraham asked God if He would spare a city for 10. He said, "Yes!" I believe if Abraham had asked that same question for 1, God would have still said, "Yes!" His love is big enough to move nations for 1.

Strengthening The Saved - Saving The Lost

Thursday, March 17, 2016


Hands were in the air once again as we sang praises to God. HE IS LORD! I asked the residents if they had any favorite hymns to sing. They did not hesitate to come up with a list. It was great. At the end of the service several approached me for prayer. One gentlemen asked me if I would baptize him. He said, "I just want everybody to know, I mean business for God!" We continue to:

Strengthen The Saved - Save The Lost

Wednesday, March 16, 2016


What a wonderful morning! We gathered together in one of there several living communities and worshiped the Lord together. The residents that are in this facility have memory issues. But, they didn't need the song sheets for these songs. This man stood to his feet and raised his hands as we sang, "Standing On The Promises Of God." It's such a joy to experience the Love of God working so powerfully in these peoples lives. Jesus truly is Lord!

We had a wonderful first service in Nowata. There were approx. 20 residents plus the activities director. Half way through the service a gal who had been sweeping the hall floors came in and say, "You know you are an answer to prayer. We have been praying that someone would come and minister to us." She said, they had not had anyone come in in the last 6 months. After the service many of the residents wanted prayer for healing and for their families.

Monday, March 14, 2016

This Is The Month

Next week I'll be traveling to Stilwater and setting up my 35th nursing home. I'm so excited. The Lord has called me to minister in a 25 county area. I will be in every county seat plus an additional 10 nursing homes.

Several years ago I asked the Lord to use me any way He saw fit because I didn't believe I was doing enough for Him. I asked Him to put me in situations where I could be used the most.

This map shows Stilwater being the only circle in red. Next week it will turn green - Praise The Lord!

Wednesday, March 9, 2016


Residents and staff came in to the meeting room getting ready for the service. We raised our hands to the Lord this morning and gave Him praise. When we sing, many of the residents are reminded of there churches back home, wherever that might be. After the service I was able to hand out several Bibles. The nursing home is starting a Bible study. We are providing some Bibles. I'll be giving the activities director a study Bible the next time I come. We continue to:

Strengthen The Saved - Save The Lost

Tuesday, March 8, 2016


There were not as many people in the service today. With all the clouds and rain it seemed like a good day for many of the residents to sleep in. We had a great time with a smaller group. We worshiped the Lord with hymns and then looked at the question, "Why did Jesus come?" At the close of the service some of the residents rededicated themselves to the Lord. Hallelujah!

Monday, March 7, 2016


We started out the week by having a wonderful morning service in Glenpool. We sang praises to our Lord. Then, I went from room to room praying for the sick. Residents who were in the service led me to other residents who had asked for me to come and prayer with them. What a blessing. We have a God who is more than enough!

Strengthening The Saved - Saving The Lost

Friday, March 4, 2016


This morning was a little overwhelming to me. I am always open, and so impressed, toward what God does to and for people. The staff brought a lot of people into the room this morning. The room was full. Lifting up the name of Jesus through music was very strong this morning. There were several residents worshiping the Lord with lifted hands. A woman in front of me began to weep. The rest of the service she either sang or weeped. At the close of the service I went to her and put my arms around her to comfort her. As I got close I could hear her repeating, "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. . ." God is working in a mighty way all throughout the world. Allow yourself to be used by Him!

Thursday, March 3, 2016


I'd like to give a big shout-out to the activities department at Brentwood. They understand the significance of the Word of God. I always find a large group waiting to praise the Lord and look into the Word. Today we praised the Lord with the song, "Champion Of Love". Then we looked at the topic, Why Did Jesus Come? At the close of the service there were several who had situations they wanted prayer for. We held hands, one at a time, and spoke the Word over their lives. God is so good!

Tuesday, March 1, 2016


I was thrilled to see the number of residents come into the meeting room. After a while there were wheel chairs outside the room trying to get in. I suggested to the activities director we find a bigger room. He's going to talk to the administrator and see what we can do.

We raised our hands to our wonderful, loving God. He is worthy to be praised. There were so many testimonies this morning we never got to the message. I'm good with that. We had a wonderful time in the presence of the Lord.