We have begun to minister to the homeless who live in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. What started with Victoria baking some apple muffins and heading downtown to preach and pass out food by herself has turned into TACO TUESDAY which happens every Tuesday evening. We have many volunteers from several local churches working with us to prepare the tacos, and minister to people one-on-one on the streets. The people we are ministering to are not the homeless that live in the shelters, but rather people who prefer to keep to themselves, living under bridges and roaming from place to place. We call them our “Street Family.”

Our vision is to give each one the time and attention needed to bring them into a full understanding of Jesus’ sacrifice for them on the cross and what His death, burial and resurrection has provided for them. We are seeing people born again and healed. We are seeing hope and faith come into people’s lives. When we go, we take tacos, Bibles, pens and notebooks. We spend time teaching them and praying with them. Once a month we take clothing and shoes which have been donated. The Holy Spirit is moving in Tulsa! We are thrilled to be a part of it! If you would like to sow extra seed, specifically for what we are doing in downtown Tulsa, write “Street Ministry” on the memo line of your check.

Myanmar Update

The beautiful nation of Myanmar has a population of 54 million people. It is bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos, and Thailand. It is primarily a Buddhist nation in great need of the Gospel.

Recently I took my first trip to Myanmar. I had the honor of ministering in churches, Bible schools, and a children’s home. Approximately 55 believers were baptized in the Holy Spirit. Nine people came to Christ. People were healed by the power of God. Many believers were taught.

This December I am returning to this beautiful nation to conduct two leadership conferences and outreaches among the unreached. We are expecting to make a significant impact by the grace of God. Thank you for your prayers and support.