Thanks to your support and a generous year-end donation we ended the year completely clear! This year you have sent us and through you many have heard the Good News and been changed. This year our ministry saw not only beautiful souls come into the family of God, but also many lives restored, broken hearts healed and captives released. We’ve seen depression lifted, families restored, children given a renewed hope and dreams birthed to a life lived fully for the glory of God. THANK YOU for the impact you’ve made on countless lives.
The 2010 Profit and Loss Statement for God Speed Ministry is now available in PDF.
Thanks to all who have sown into this ministry.
God Speed Ministry ended 2010 financially sound.
This is a summary of some of the souls you touched this year:
19 people became sons or daughters of God as they received the salvation of Jesus Christ and made Him Lord of their lives.
5 rededicated their lives to the Lord.
You have changed little lives in the USA through the 434,409 meals you’ve helped provide as we partnered with Feed The Children.
You provided income for Bonnie, a 9 year old in a 70 year old body, when her only family, her brother Ralph, passed suddenly of a heart attach while at a race.
You reached individuals who stopped by “race church” who have not set foot inside a church building in 40 years.
You traveled the USA and Canada touching lives with the love of Christ (via chaplains you sent.)
You preached, taught, healed, discipled, encouraged, fed, cried, prayed and loved.
You have been the hands, feet, arms, legs and voice of God.
You have changed lives and therefore this world is better because you……
are a Godspeeder!!
What will you do in 2011?
Join us as we disciple the motorsports nations.
Contact us at email@example.com to let us know how you will help this year.
A man who had rejected organized religion in his youth started coming to the God Speed Ministry chapel services. By the end of the year he said, “God Speed Ministry is the best part of IHRA.”
Steve stopped as he was driving by one of our outdoor services, just curious as to what was going on. He listened. He stayed. He cried through the entire service. After the service as we talked, he shared his story.
“I haven’t been to a church service in over 40 years. I’m as happy as I can be. I live by myself, do whatever I want: dope, drink, party, live life on my terms……I don’t get it. Why did I sit here and cry through this service? What’s up with that?”
We talked for some time. He liked what he heard, then left to think about it. It was a time of serious ground preparation in his heart. He remains in our prayers as we trust God to finish the work He began in this man’s life.