Ministers in Action Newsletter- January 2023
At Christian Global Outreach, we are incredibly blessed to have a vibrant and dedicated community of ministers from all over the United States and the world who are spreading the message of Jesus Christ.
Every month, Ministers in Action recognizes and lauds some of these remarkable people for their outstanding service, achievements and interventions. Ministers in Action is a great source of encouragement for everyday Christians who want to make a difference.
This 2023, we encourage you to please take this opportunity to connect with our Ministers and show them your support as they exemplify acts of faith, courage and fellowship in their communities.
Please share your comments at the bottom of the post.
Minister Kyla Collins
We were blessed to baptize 12 individuals.
Our God is good and faithful thank you. God bless.
Minister Andy Morris
This is my son being baptized & my wife with me.
Minister Heath Seckinger
I just wanted to share with you that since becoming a Minister, I had the privilege to officiate my daughter’s wedding. It was such a pleasure to be able to do this for her and her husband. I am looking forward to being used by God in other areas now that I am ordained.
Minister Brent Zimmerman
I’ve included 2 pictures of me performing my daughter’s wedding last month.
It was an honor to do so!
Minister Heather Sweat
I was honored to perform the wedding of my niece in October. My father was a minister for almost 55 years. He went home to be with the Lord earlier this year. I was asked to perform her ceremony. Thank you so much for the ordination. May God continue to bless Christian Global Outreach.
Minister Bruce McKechnie
Here is my first wedding ceremony conducted as a newly ordained minister.
Minister David Buss
The CCOM sends me articles on ministerial activities of other ministers ordained within the CCOM. We have been active in ministry but have not had the time to relate our activities in God’s Kingdom.
So, where I had a few minutes, I thought I would send along this photo of a wedding I was asked to co-preside over. This is special to me as it was a bi-lingual wedding. I don’t speak Spanish, but after this experience may look into learning the language. The whole ceremony went extremely well as the Pastor of the church, Mexican by ethnicity, typed out all the minister’s speaking in both English and Spanish so not only did we, the ministers, know and speak correctly, but the church at least halfway filled with Spanish speaking relatives and family, knew what was being spoken to facilitate the marriage.
It was a time of joy for everyone involved, did not involve any anxiety or nervousness, and everyone was very happy with the whole ceremony. God made this event, this marriage so special to all the people and I appreciate His blessing on this. Two weeks before this I was asked to speak at a Celebration of Life service. In two weeks moving in ministry regarding two very different life events and both incredibly special to my own life experiences in God’s ministry.
I want to thank CCOM for the support and helping me with the further involvement in ministry wherever the Lord leads me. My wife and I have been ministering in different areas of people’s needs for 40 years and teaching the Word but the ordination process you offer has now opened doors to us to reach even more people for God’s Kingdom. Thank you so much, there are opportunities coming our way to bless people with God’s love.
Minister Stephen Myers
Performed my first wedding ceremony when my second oldest granddaughter got married. What a blessing it was to have that part in her wedding.
Minister Olajumoke Twyman
The Lord has been good to us and brought us through 2022. We give glory to His name. The pictures attached show Minister Olajumoke Twyman presiding at a Testimonial Service in a small gathering of people in the small community of Piedmont, WV. The presence of the Lord was evident and we surely trust Him to take us through 2023. May I take this opportunity to wish you and your family a Happy New Year and pray for continued blessings on the Christian Global Outreach Ministries.
Many thanks for the opportunity to serve!
Minister Sheryl Armstrong- Davenport
I will never forget the most amazing acknowledgement of God. A picture is worth a thousand words and prayer is in order. One picture illustrates of how I am lead to kneel before God in humbleness and the due submission unto him. When I was younger, my church chairs were metal; that is what they had at the time. I kneeled to pray in an old metal chair as seen. I tend to go back to the ancient of days when this particular chair was used to kneel and pray. God moved so miraculous and continuously and what a memory. The other picture is showing how the gifts the Holy Spirit has granted to me to use in telling a biblical passage. It’s inspired and hand crafted visually on a board that I can use as a teaching tool. Remember, prayer is a powerful weapon and a key and gifts are meant to use for Kingdom purposes.
Minister Bob Fair
Just recently at the end of a Sunday service the Lord led me to pray over our Pastor’s son, his wife, and the baby she is carrying. What a blessed time.
Minister Reed Vela
Ministering about Joseph’s brothers and the hatred they had for there younger brother. We are to be encouragers to one another.
Minister Santa Romero
It is part of what we do as a ministry in the Dominican Republic and in Argentina.
Minister Terry Smith
Reaching out to the community by giving furniture new but slightly damaged not perfect like us as gods people is the message that goes with the furniture given to me in asking God what can I do with these material things ,the outlet was not to make money but to be a blessing to others that have nothing for one reason or another mostly court ordered recipients that may have a place but cannot afford buying furniture for them and there kids Luke 6.38 Matthew 22.37 also given in remembrance of a loved one to god be the glory Ben about this going on 5 year now.
Chaplain Fred Breedlove
I would like to share a little about ways that I have been blessed to minister to others for the past 12 months. I apologize for the length, but this year has been very busy for me.
I am a Board Certified Chaplain with Healthcare Chaplains Ministry Association, and I volunteer as Chaplain with The New International University (TNIU), a Christian online university which serves people in many countries around the world, teaching theology/Ministry at very low cost to the students who desire a bachelor, master, or doctorate degree. I also volunteer with Team Rubicon, the American Red Cross, and Christian Missions.
Thank you for reading our Ministers In Action Newsletter! Be on the lookout for the next upcoming edition! Congratulations to this month’s featured ministers on their amazing accomplishments! Make sure to post a comment below to encourage this month’s MIAs.
We are devoted to equipping Christians to spread the Gospel throughout the ends of the earth. Our foundation is Matthew 28:19 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost”.
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