One of the projects Psalm 23 Ministry is currently involved in is sending Tom & Terry on a trip to New Hampshire. Below is a letter written by Tom.
Down through the years God has allowed me to minister in many different ways. In the early 80's, I sang gospel music with groups such as the Whisnants and I thought that was going to be my life's work. But then I got leukemia and had a bone marrow transplant.
God totally changed my direction. He miraculously brought me through many impossible circumstances, a few of those things include, lungs collapsing, total paralyzation, life support, and a whole lot more. I was in a wheelchair for 8 years, but I always believed God had more for me to do for Him!
In 1989, doctors. said I was cured. And in 1993, God allowed me to walk again. It was in 1998, that He allowed my wonderful Christian wife and I to cross paths and marry. Then in 2005, He led me to ministry school and several years later my church ordained me. Around 2007, I begin to minister through Psalm 23 Ministry out of my local church to those with cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
The Lord burdened my wife and I for the people of New England. We made a trip to New Hampshire and worked with a church plant in the inner-city of Manchester. In March, we started helping Nashua Baptist Church in Nashua, New Hampshire. The church is now in a position where they want to support another church. Terry and I drove to Montreal, Canada with a few others to meet with Scott Campbell of the Baptist General Conference of Canada to begin the process of finding that church. I am currently trying to start a prison ministry in Concord, New Hampshire. Please pray that the Lord will open doors.
Psalm 23 Ministry doesn't receive any financial help from other organizations. The ministry is supported by donations and runs on faith, fully knowing and believing that the Lord will provide!
My prayer request is to ask you to help us pray for God's guidance and direction. Please ask Him to continue to open up doors of ministry and to be able to glorify Him! That is our heart's desire. What the Lord wants for us is what we want!
Another way I spread the gospel of Jesus Christ is to go and share what He's done for me. I love to speak at prison and trucker chapels, events, churches or wherever the Lord sends me. Would you let me come and share how He's worked in my life?