To reach out to a hurting world with the Good News of Jesus Christ and His miracle-working power
These pictures are a glimpse of the ministry in Africa. In Nigeria we traveled from village to village each night holding crusades in remote areas. At every meeting crowds came forward to give their lives to Christ. We prayed for the sick and God demonstrated His healing power; healing heart problems, deaf ears, tumors, legs, all kinds of miracles! So many lives were changed! The crusades over the past years have birthed six new churches in remote villages. To God be the glory!
We have built bathrooms, dug wells, fed the hungry and brought clothes and toys to give. We have helped launch men and women in business to give them continual income. Our mission team there works throughout the year ministering to the needs of the people and furthering the work.
In Liberia, we ministered on marriage and family. Below you see one of the churches where we ministered. They had never had a missionary there until we came! They loved hearing the teaching on marriage and want us to return in December to minister at a national conference. Preparations are underway for that trip.
As we travel, we see the fields that are ready to harvest. Please join us in this exciting time as we go to those fields, laborers with the life-changing Good News!
Jan and Debbie Moore
Jan and Debbie Moore have been in the ministry more than 35 years, 33 of those years pastoring in Owosso, Michigan. Throughout their ministry they have seen lives changed, miracles, healing of many kinds and other displays of the power of God. They preach the Word and results follow! After passing on the church to their son-in-law and daughter, they are now traveling to encourage other ministers and believers to expect miracles every day. They are excited to be able to spend time in other countries, bringing the Good News of the love of God and demonstrations of His power.
Jan and Debbie have a family of seven children, all of whom are serving God. They believe in building strong families as the framework to any nation. Debbie has authored two books, and enjoys ministering in conferences and other meetings.