Thursday, March 28, 2019


When I entered the nursing home this morning one of the nurses said, with a smile on her face, "Good - your hear. We could use a little peace in this place." And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, filled the room. The Word of God is making a difference in these peoples lives. Both residents and staff. Praise the Lord!

When I entered the facility for the afternoon one of the staff members said, "You always come at just the right time. Ed just past away last night."
Ed was always in our services. Ed's favorite hymn was I'll Fly Away. It was the first song for the afternoon. Then we spent a lot of time sharing stories and having a wonderful memorial service for Ed. He will be missed but we will see him again.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019


This mornings service was filled with those who are having some form of mental deficiencies. We lifted up the name of Jesus through music. I love watching what God does through music. One of their favorite songs is Amazing Grace.

Thursday, March 21, 2019


We had more residents in the service this morning than I have seen in a long time. What a great time. We looked at the promises of God this morning. The Bible says, "All the promises of God, in Christ, are always yes!" So, it is important that we know how to receive. Life in Christ is simple amazing!

Wednesday, March 20, 2019


We had another wonderful group of Rhema ministers this morning. We witnessed the power of God moving in the hearts and lives of many residents. God is so good!

Tuesday, March 19, 2019


Wonderful ministry this morning as a team of 4 Rhema students came to minister at Methodist Manor. We are bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to those who find themselves in nursing and assisted care facilities.

Thursday, March 14, 2019


This afternoon we had a wonderful memorial service for a woman who lived in an assisted living facility. We opened with "Blessed Assurance Jesus Is Mine." Then we had several residents share stories of their relationship with her. It's wonderful to have great memories. After that we looked to her present and our future. We talked about heaven and read Rev. 21. At the close of the service we sang "I'll Fly Way". (It was the favorite of many in the room.) It is always a joy to provide funerals and memorial services for Christians.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019


Some of the residents were having a rough time this morning. So, when we got together and started singing Amazing Grace, they began to shout. The joy of the Lord truly is our strength! At the close of the service the activities director made it very clear to close with the sinners prayer. She said, "There are some people we're working on". Praise the Lord. We continue to: Strengthen The Saved & Save The Lost.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019


This morning was a great service in Barnsdall. We are looking at Proverbs 18:21, "Death and life are in the power of the tongue." Being born again is a good start to life but it's only the beginning of speaking a life of life. We must learn the promises of God, believe them in our heart, and confess them with our mouth. That's when our lives begin to really change.

Thursday, March 7, 2019


Wow! The last 2 days have been amazing and busy. Wednesday was Warner at 10am then Tahlequah at 2:30pm. Today was Muskogee at 10am, Broken Arrow at 12pm for a stratagee meeting then Tahlequah for a 2pm service. In between all that the nursing home map has changed and we are going to start ministering in the Cherokee Nursing Home in Tahlequah starting next month.

It's all about people. It's all about bringing people to a loving and caring heavenly Father.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019


Today was quit the stretch - (151 miles today.). Do to a change in scheduling there was more driving today. Remember the old saying, "A church alive is worth the drive?" It was certainly true today. We are creating "churches" within the walls of nursing care facilities. They want to gather and they want to praise the Lord. Today we sang a chorus that says, "Let’s just lift our hands toward heaven And praise the Lord". They did not hold back on that thought. It was wonderful to see hands raised throughout the room and residents singing as loud as they could. Praise the Lord!