© Revival Tabernacle 2016
In the year 1998, I was an Evangelist-at-Large for Family Worship Center (A.K.A. Jimmy Swaggart Ministries) in Baton Rouge, La. A couple invited me to come hold meetings in Nebraska in a tiny village named Plymouth. The meetings were rich in blessing, and amid those gatherings I received an invite to preach 2 hours westward. The assemblies were also successful. Thus, in that area during the month of July, we began Revival Tabernacle. In the autumn, I married a lovely lady named Tiffany, who at the time was at Oral Roberts University and traveling around the country as one of their singers; after our wedding, which was performed by Jimmy Swaggart, we set up shop in Red Cloud, beginning our frontier labors in pastoral work and evangelism. From here we have traveled across south-central Nebraska and north-central Kansas ministering in revivals and campmeetings.
Various outreaches were born during these seasons of pioneering. Often traversing the United States and venturing abroad in order to preach services for main-line Pentecostal churches, as well as for various charismatic or evangelical fellowships, vast throngs of people have been born again; our missions to the Middle East and to East Africa have afforded us opportunities for which we are grateful. Our weekly radio broadcast on KRVN 880 each Sunday touches thousands of people; our TV program, which we co-hosted, Bible Prophecy Unraveled on Lesea Broadcasting network reached multitudes yet untold. The radio version of the television program appeared on Lesea shortwave during the summer of 2014. It covers the entirety of Europe, Western Russia, all of the Mediterranean districts, Israel, Lebanon and North Africa. The sermon CDs given out from our fellowships number in the thousands, and we are happy about the testimonies we have heard through the years of those who have been edified by the exposition teachings, of those who were led into the knowledge of redemption through Jesus Christ, or those who have been mightily filled with the Holy Spirit and/or healed in some spiritual or physical way. Folks have been called to missions and ministry, and we are resisting devil in the strength of the Lord. For all these things we can say, only, ‘To God be the glory.’
Moreover, from Revival Tabernacle we have also established other platforms for proclaiming the God’s Good News, and are quite pleased that we have been able feed the hungry souls of so many in Hebron (at King of Kings) and Friend (at Gospel Lighthouse), two small townships that are also located in Nebraska. God has given to us the cream of his crop of believers and we are encouraged. Jesus truly is the King of kings and Lord of lords and all of us look forward to all that God will do in Jesus’ name in our our bright and shining future. For He will shew us the path of life (Ps. 16:11), a path that ‘is as a shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day’ (Prov. 4:18).