We are partners on this trip.
Boarding for Flight 2020 has been announced……
Hope you have checked only the best souvenirs from 2019 in your luggage….
The BAD and SAD moments if carried aboard, must be thrown away in the garbage bins upon arrival …….
The flight will be 12 months long.
So, loosen your seat belts, jingle and mingle.
The stop-overs will be :
Refueling will be at
The following menu is offered and will be served during the flight…….
✅ Cocktail of Friendship,
✅ Supreme of Health,
✅ Grating of Prosperity,
✅ Bowl of Excellent News
✅ Salad of Success,
✅ Cake of Happiness,
✅ Heaping of Abundance
All accompanied by bursts of laughter…
But remember, you will enjoy these meals and the journey better if you talk, share, smile and laugh together. Sitting silent will make the flight seem longer.
Wishing you and your family 👪 an enjoyable trip on board flight 2020! A Prosperous & Blessed Happy New Year to you All!!!💥✨🏃👫💌💍☔⛄🌊🌈🌁🌴🌹🌷🍀
Happy New Year from us to you and your family. May God bless you and your whole household abundantly! May 2020 be a more productive year in God, producing Fruit of Spirit in everyone of us. LOVE IN CHRIST. Happy New Year!
Yes. O, Lord. You know my name. You hold my hand. You walk with me. I am Your own.
From Obie Obiacoro:
Merry Christmas from Jesus Knows My Name Ministry – Church without Walls to all of you for your continuing support, encouragement, and praying for God’s Ministry. May God richly bless you and your loved ones, and be blessings to others. We give all the GLORIES to our Heavenly Father. In Our Lord and Savior, Jesus’ precious name. Amen.
Orlando Cordova, one of our Church friends:
Before he stepped into our Church, he asked, “Is this Church preaching God’s Words?” The answer was, “Yes.” Since that day he fellowships with us every Sunday. This morning he gave his testimony and preached – “The Waiting Room.”
Jorge, one of our volunteers, a faithful servant of God:
For the first time he led the prayer before communion. Pastor Brian shared the good news after Orlando. We had a blessed day. Thank you, Jesus.
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What’s different today?! Orlando Cordova, one of our Church friends. Before he stepped into our Church. He asked, “Is this Church preaching God’s Words?” Answer was, “Yes.” Since that day he fellowships with us every Sunday. This morning he gave his testimony and preached – God’s Waiting Room. Jorge, one of our volunteers, a faithful servant of God. First time pray for communion. Pastor Brian shared the good news after Orlando. We had a blessed day. Thank you. Jesus.
NOT all of the homeless because of drug addiction or because they are lazy.
I debated posting this picture but considering that today many of us are gonna be thankful for what we have and are gonna be spending it with those we love, eating very yummy food, I changed my mind. I didn’t know my boyfriend had captured this moment. A couple of day’s ago we went to eat late at night @raisingcanes and as we waited for our order i saw this homeless lady walk in asking people that were throwing away there leftovers if she could have them. Not one person said yes, they all ignored her and threw it away it broke my heart…I have been volunteering with the homeless now for many years… they don’t repulse me or make me sick to my stomach. I hold them all with so much love. So I told Fred if I see her before we are done eating I will give her my food. I looked for her as we were getting ready to leave and couldn’t find her…..I felt sad knowing all the rejection she had that night searching for a warm meal. As I was gonna throw away my one leftover chicken strip and like 5 fries I heard a very quite voice ask me if I had anything left. I turned around and it was her..l gave her my food and watched her sit and eat it…..but something didn’t feel right…I felt like a horrible human being feeding her my leftover chicken strip..she deserved so much more…so I bought her a whole meal..she deserved to eat a hot meal. When I ordered the meal I asked the employee for a huge favor to please do not kick her out as we waited…I could already see the disgust on people’s faces as she sat at the table eating the leftovers I had given her….news flash people not all homeless people smell like roses. She was getting ready to get up and leave when I surprised her with this meal….the look on her face said it all…I have never felt something like this…pure, real gratitude. That hug she gave me was like a hug I had never felt….those tears she shed were felt deep in my heart…I held her tight and let her let it out. I wasn’t repulsed by it….I just held her. And that is a moment I will never ever forget. So next time u judge a homeless person think twice…not all of them are homeless because of a drug addiction or because they are lazy.