Our Vision

Minister to Ministers

It is a platform for ministers and those preparing to enter into service to talk about their trials, challenges, successes, and failures as a minister of God. 

Many who enter into service never honestly know what to expect; they come in with this grand illusion of what they believe ministry to be, only to find the reality of the truth of Ministry, the reality of spiritual warfare, and the magnitude of the responsibilities that come with kingdom service.

Quote by “Dr. Gene Moody” Deliverance is not a one-time spectacular event but a way of life,” I would add that it is a series of life-changing events filled with challenging confrontations, eye- opening revelations, and fearfully extraordinary encounters with the supernatural. 

When you endeavor to endure the trials with dedication and faithfulness to God, do all that you can to resist temptations and persistence to overcome evil. Never being satisfied with the status quo, you’re on your way to becoming a minister in the kingdom of heaven in service to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

About 25 years ago, while doing music ministry at a church, a woman approached me after the service and said she had a word for me. She promised to give me the word after lunch, which she did. After lunch, as we sat at the table with other ministers, she returned and said God has a plan for me. “He’s going to raise me and take me all over the world, and I will stand on platforms for kings and rules of nations have stood, and I will minister to ministers.” The strange thing was that not one month later, I was at another event where a woman apostle approached me and spoke the exact words, but she added, "only after much brokenness." This was so exciting and surreal at the same time, as no one had ever spoken over me like that before, but since then, numerous words have been given.

After many years I can attest that the phrase “after much brokenness,” has shaped my perspective from carnal-mindedness to kingdom-mindedness. I unexpectedly met Dr. Sandy Murphy again 25 years later, who ushered me into my ministry. Whenever I went before ministers, wanting to be ordained, God would say to me, “NO Man will Justify you, He made it clear that my calling was from Him alone.”

The past forty years have taught me many things about ministry: the highs and lows, the intricacies and limitations, and more importantly, the constant desire to learn more from God and share that knowledge with others. With my experiences, both good and bad, God has led me to the calling of my purpose and that is: “To Minister to Ministers.”

How We Minister To Ministers

We are here to provide a place ministers who need fellowship with like-minded ministers to share their experiences, the trials, the tribulations, the triumphs, setback and victories. Also as a place to meet new ministers who a certain skill set when it comes to spiritual warfare, counseling, mentoring and discipleship for the equipping of the saints. Today ministers encounter much more than those who came before them, with the advent of the internet, the believers of today are bombarded with information, which is good but not always trust worthy. The occult is on the rise so is the resurgence of witchcraft, the supernatural, exposure to pornography and so much more is just a keystroke away.

Many are searching for a means of escape, trying to find some sense of normalcy; there are even those in the ministry who wish to escape the past bondage of the occult, homosexuality, pornography, sexual and mental abuse, and drug addiction. Most don’t realize that they need to be ministered to as well. Even Jesus was ministered after his encounter with Satan in the wilderness and again in the garden of Gethsmane.

Matt. 4; 10-11

…10 “Away from Me, Satan! Jesus declared. “For it is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.'” 11 Then the devil left Him, and angels came and ministered to Him.

Luke 22; 42-44

…42 “Father, if You are willing, take this cup from Me. Yet not My will, but Yours be done.” 43 Then an angel from heaven appeared to Him and strengthened Him. 44 And in His anguish, He prayed more earnestly, and His sweat became like drops of blood falling to the ground. …

I thank God for the opportunity to minister to the ministers of God the Father and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

My prayer is that more ministers will join me, as we ministers needs of others, encouraging, and strengthened, each other as we go forth to accomplish what Jesus commissioned us to do. Knowing that we are not alone as we launch out into the deep, answering the call of our lord and Savior Jesus Christ who chose us according to His Purpose.