Our women's ministry has many outreaches and
below are some that we are involved in.
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Women's Ministry has a weekly show on (SuddenLink) Channel 29
every Saturday at 1:30 PM and then of course TruthCasting is
24/7 and can be accessed by clicking the poster below.
Breast Cancer Survivor Outreach
Jude Thaut, Bridgeport, Washington
I hope to be able to help another cancer survivor. I had Mucosa Carcinoma.
It was 3.2 centimeters. I had a biopsy that came back positive for
cancer. I had a mastectomy, and my lymph nodes removed on December
12th, 2005, and have healed pretty well. My tumor was caused by the
hormone Premarin. I now take an estrogen killer called Arimidex for
five years. I kept trying to find someone to talk to. But in my quest,
the lord turned it around and I can now be a voice to council cancer
patients and rape victims, and let them know that there is hope. May
God bless you. You can visit here website at: http://groups.msn.com/ThePowerOfPrayertalk
or you can email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mime, Dance & Sing for Jesus For Such
A Time As This:
Pastor Brandy has been given the gift to
mime, dance and sing as well as acting, portraying the late Kathryn
Kuhlman, and Aimee Semple McPherson. She has ministered through out
the United States as well as the streets of Jamaica. God has allowed
her to mime to Christian songs in places where preaching was
prohibited. Once in front of an audience of 1,400 girls standing on
balconies and every where as she performed in the middle of the court
for a private girl’s school in Jamaica. She travels with her
husband, Pastor Danny Scott and ministers alongside him, as well as
with BJ Ford, as she ministers in different places. Brandy usually
brings a team with her. Lives are touched and changed as she
ministers. This is a special outreach. Of For Such A Time As This
Women’s Ministries, and a very successful one at that.
Crossroads Ministry Women's
When I was a little girl, I would
always watch for the less fortunate children at school and I would always
make sure their needs were met in private. Sometimes, I wouldn’t even
tell them it was me that left those new shoes, or new clothes or even food
on their front porch. I would always give my better things, not the old
stuff I was through with. I have always had a heart for children.
Sometimes they have no choice of how they have to live and the things they
wear or have.
My mother, Pastor Darla Newbold, has
inspired me a great deal in caring so much about battered and abused
women. Most of the women that have been abused or battered feel like they
are worthless. They are just used and abused to the extent that they are
not able to speak for themselves. It is as though they don’t have their
own life or spirit. There have been many of those women I witnessed
growing up, which have been blessed tremendously by meeting my mother. And
she was able to help them enter a process of finding the Lord, and finding
themselves and most of all having a second chance at life with Jesus
Christ as their personal Savior. We have met and ministered to many women,
but I hope to follow in my mother’s footsteps, ministering to many, many
And those women began, as we have,
as little girls. I have seen so many battered and abused little girls, as
my mother would also bring those little ones into our home as foster
children. I have been blessed to never have experienced what many of them
have suffered. But I am willing to open my arms as an extention of my
Heavenly Father to help and heal all who are oppressed.
We help at least three days a week
in the food and clothing ministry. People do not realize how many people
are not able to make ends meet, and how many fall through the cracks.
There was one older gentleman that touched my heart that I will never
forget. He got ten dollars a month to buy food. The rest of his money was
spent on medication and he is one of those that have fallen through the
cracks as many others do.
While ministering in all of these
different ways, I always make sure to let them know that Jesus loves them
no matter where they have been or where they are going. That they are
beautiful in God’s eyes. Many, many seeds have been planted in the
Crossroads Ministry Outreach Program. We have had many return just to say
“Thanks for being there”, when they needed some help in some way. We
appreciate all of the love and prayers. Always remember that you are not
any better than anyone else, and no one else is better than you!
Sister Terri Ford
722 W. Main
Holdenville, Oklahoma 74848
When you’re not doing outreach work, you can relax and watch some religious tv programming together with your family by tuning into one of the DISH Network packages from Internet Lion that offer channels like Sky Angel, the Christian Television Network and Eternal World Television…