From the Heart: Stories From Ministries of Jesus

From the Heart: Stories From Ministries of Jesus

  • Dave: Radically Changed and Giving Back

    on September 26, 2017

    "All things DO work together for good to those who love Him..."  Ministries of Jesus was the unlikely tool God used to knit the circumstances of Dave's life into fruitfulness for Him.  Little did he know MOJ would be the ministry to reveal, heal, recover and repurpose his life. » Read More
  • Answered Prayer for Surgery

    on June 26, 2017

    Recently a patient was seen in our acute care clinic; he had a preexisting medical condition that had become acute again.   » Read More
  • Life in the Poverty Cycle

    on April 19, 2017

    A woman in her late forties gives a good example of what many of our clients struggle with when it comes to getting employment and assistance.  This woman had been on her own since she was a teenager, lives alone, and has no family who can lend support when needed. » Read More
  • Life From a Different View

    on April 19, 2017

    A man had spent most of his life in and out of prison due to mental illness and drug abuse.  When this man was referred to me in Social Services from our medical team, he looked a bit scared and angry. » Read More
  • A Changed Life - Spirit, Soul, and Body

    on April 3, 2017

    A patient had been legally blind for four years.  Referred to Ministries of Jesus by a friend, she called to make an appointment unaware of how this connection would change her life. » Read More
  • Ministering to Prostitutes and Pimps

    on March 28, 2017

    For a time, MOJ in cooperation with No Boundaries International and another local church, opened a free clinic providing healthcare to prostitutes who operate in the downtown OKC area.   » Read More
  • Eric's Story

    on September 28, 2016

    I was born into what became a family of five:  mom, dad, older sister and younger brother.  I was the middle child.  I played with GI Joes and Hotwheels and did everything a good boy was supposed to do.  What I didn't realize was I was molested by a friend of the family while I was a toddler.  I was then molested by a close relative for years after that.  It totally skewed what I thought about sexuality and myself.  I thought in order to be loved I had to give over my body to be used.  I thought this for a long time. » Read More
  • God's Touch

    on November 30, 2015

    A woman on her way to Wal-Mart one afternoon felt the Lord impress on her that she needed to go to Ministries of Jesus because there was someone there that needed financial help.  The woman changed the course of her errands and immediately drove to MOJ.  » Read More
  • God Weaves

    on November 18, 2015

    The Financial Admin at Ministries of Jesus is involved with a group of ladies that pray for students at a local school each week.  Through connections it was discovered that another group was going to be putting together Christmas gift baskets for 75 homeless students in two different school districts in the area. » Read More
  • MOJ Volunteer Leads Patient to Jesus

    on November 18, 2015

    Ministries of Jesus has many Intake Volunteers.  These volunteers guide new clients in a self-assessment of their physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational health so that all of their needs can be addressed in their appointments at MOJ.  Because of the intentional process, there is opportunity to share the gospel if the client is willing to listen. » Read More
  • Michael's Story

    on May 19, 2015

    Michael was a hard-working man and had loved doing physical labor ever since he was a kid.  But serious health issues threatened Michael’s ability to work, and they even threatened his life.  He had diabetes and high blood pressure, seriously complicated by the fact that he had been without necessary medications for quite some time.  This led to a large painful ulcer on his foot.  That was two years ago when Michael met the Ministries of Jesus (MOJ). » Read More
  • Volunteering – Loving God – Loving People | Marie’s Story

    on May 18, 2015

    My name is Marie and I volunteer as a receptionist at Ministries of Jesus. » Read More
  • Brenda's Story

    on April 27, 2015

    Take a ten penny nail and drive it deeply into your foot with a hammer. Now do the other foot. Now go to work as a waitress and walk on those feet all day, every day... » Read More
  • Faith - Where We Had Not Expected

    on March 26, 2015

    He is just the kind of person who is cynical, discouraged, irascible and wearing an eternal frown, he is an unemployed, unmarried, and elderly gentleman.  He claims to be a believer at some level, but he does not go to church regularly. » Read More
  • A Life Saved

    on February 4, 2015

    A few years ago, a mother and a daughter were in tears. The mother was weeping in bitterness toward God because of her daughter’s desperate health problems: joint pain, breathing difficulties, sudden and severe weight gain, and depression to name a few symptoms.

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  • MOJ Intake Volunteer

    on November 26, 2014

    The first person a new client meets at Ministries of Jesus (MOJ) is an intake volunteer. The intake volunteer is the front door, the portal, the first impression for a new client. The tone of their healing or recovery is set at that moment. Becky is an intake volunteer who loves to minister From the Heart. » Read More
  • Hope Restored

    on November 12, 2014

    “I can’t take it anymore!” “What’s the use?” “I’d be better off if I just gave up!” “There’s no hope, no God for me!”  – We hear such things from time to time at the Ministries of Jesus (MOJ) from hurt and broken people who have had the worst that life can throw at them. Then there are times when we hear the impossible…

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  • Our First 'From the Heart'

    on October 14, 2014

    Let’s talk blog. It seems everybody has a blog. Some blogs are really informative written by bright people. Some look like nothing more than a calendar post from someone’s events of the day.

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