Mama is singing alto with the Angels now…May 13, 2010
Vilma Jean Davenport Johnston 1930 – 2010
Precious memories…how they linger! Personal memories, Spiritual memories…
Mama prayed for me, this ministry, supported it financially, a living example of unconditional love and forgiveness for every human being, by her actions and her words. Just as my memories of Mama, celebrated by her funeral tomorrow, Monday May 17, 2010, we all have precious memories personally…and spiritually.
MORE PRECIOUS MEMORIES…SPIRITUAL MEMORIES FROM SATURDAY MAY 15, 2010
Pastors from Donelson View Baptist Church counsel and pray with Homeless men who made Professions of Faith at our Mobile Homeless Street Ministry…precious memories!
Praise and Worship leaders of mulitple Churches…team up to lead Praise and Worship
for our Mobile Homeless Street Ministries…finding Church outside the Church walls at our
Homeless Church services without walls, are indeed…precious memories!
New Christians rescued from the streets, now being discipled in Layman Lessons Ministries Men’s Training Centers join Christians from Ron Russell’s class at Judson Baptist Church, from Donelson View Baptist Church, from Calvary Church in Brentwood, Hermitage Hills Baptist Church, Cornerstone Church in Madison, The Bridge Fellowship in Mt Juliet, Indian Lake Church, Hendersonville, Friendship Missionary Church, Millersville, TN, and others of all sorts…all seeking to serve God outside their Church walls…precious memories!
Share these blessings…help us help others any Saturday morning. Children learn from
your example…precious memories with your family. 9 to Noon 8th Ave S. at Drexel St.
This ministry is not funded by any Church, Denomination or Government entity.
2003-2010 Total Salaries & Wages paid = $zero, nada, zilch, nothing, none!
2003-2010 to date: Donations spent for Homeless Ministries = 100%
1. Pray 1 minute weekly for this minstry!
2. Pray for funding to continue operations!
Our “budget” consists of “what comes in we spend on the needy”, then we wait until
more comes in to spend on the needy. We have always been a “zero sum” ministry,
not a business. The needs are too great to “hold some money back for a rainy day”
when it is always an emergency day in the War Zone! No “sinking fund” here, because
the Homeless are dying brutal deaths daily on the Streets…God did not cause people to
give to this ministry to build our savings, but to build His children a means of escape by
rescuing them today! Ever confident HE will provide, has always been our faith walk.
We have a zero bank balance today. We still need $5,000 to repair and maintain our
vehicles and worn equipment, then ongoing fuel, vehicle insurance, propane, peanut
butter, lunch sacks, sandwich wraps, coffee, cream, napkins…and only after those
basic needs are met, then we need supplies for the homeless that we can buy in bulk,
like personal hygiene kits, socks, underwear.
3. CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR THE PASSENGER VAN AND SMALL CAR WE NEED!