Sunday January 26, 2020

Today’s spiritual military mission for Jesus Kingdom ventured to the Bear Creek Valley of southwest Denver / Lakewood area. Pastor DeWayne Moore and Pastor Nicholas Olson joined me and we met several lost sheep along the riverbanks and amongst the trees. Bear Creek Valley became a popular homeless camping area after last year the cities of Englewood, Sheridan, and Denver evicted the homeless camps along the Platte River near Hampden and Dartmouth.

We handed out many new pairs of socks, bottles of water, and copies of Jesus Commandments and prayed for nearly everyone we encountered. Most of the precious souls we encountered were either drinking alcohol or their campsites showed evidence of alcohol consumption. The Holy Ghost directed us to point out the drunkeness and remind these precious souls that drunkards shall not inherit or enter the Lord’s Kingdom. We then prayed for deliverance from the wicked spirits of alcohol addiction with each of these people. This is a difficult ministry to meet homeless people and immediately proceed to preaching about the sins of drunkeness but it is a necessary ministry and not a message that is preached often enough.

These homeless lost sheep are precious souls in the Lord’s eyes and his Holy Bible plainly teaches that these lost souls are worth fighting for and interceding for in prayer. The sin of drunkeness is a powerful stronghold in many homeless people’s lives that brings destruction of a person’s God-given destiny. The Psalms35two ministry greatly covets your prayers to intercede for these precious lost sheep in prayer. May God open the spiritual eyes of these precious souls and may he grant freedom and repentance from the sin of alcohol addiction. In Jesus name we pray, AMEN – dutch

“Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.” – 1 Corinthians 6:9-10

Field Reports

Thursday January 23, 2020

“But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.” – John 14:26

The Holy Ghost teaches us all things and since all means all that includes how to build things that can help people…so with inspiration and guidance from the Holy Ghost, I have built a prototype bicycle homeless shelter trailer. This bicycle trailer is lightweight, rugged, weather resistant, and can allow a tall adult man to sleep comfortably along with his belongings.

Many of the homeless people we encounter in ministry ride bicycles as their transportation. This bicycle trailer project is an attempt to investigate feasibility of designing and building affordable, rugged, lightweight mobile homeless bicycle shelters.

Our ministry is already working with experienced church leaders, business leaders, and non-profit leaders to bring a production version of this bicycle camping trailer to the marketplace. Would you like to be involved? If so, please contact Dutch

Monday January 20, 2020

Pastor Nicholas of Englewood has brought to our attention a weekly Monday afternoon foodbank at Victory Fellowship Church of south Englewood at Acoma & Princeton. The foodbank is open every Monday 4pm to 5:30pm open to anyone who is hungry.

We have updated the website calendar with this weekly foodbank and location information. Our goal is to fill the website calendar with recurring ongoing foodbank and clothing bank and other homeless resources so that we as servants can better and more efficiently feed and clothe the Lord’s lost sheep. If your church is located in the Denver metro area and offers a foodbank or other resources, please contact Dutch so that information can be added to the website calendar.

I am certain Victory Fellowship Church could use some weekly volunteers so please reach out to them if you feel inclined. As always, pray for the Lord’s lost sheep and pray for more workers for the harvest – dutch

Sunday January 19, 2020

Thank you to Pastor Nicholas who took a few hours away from his big family to go out gospel preaching this afternoon. We visited the homeless camps in the industrial areas of SW Denver, We saw several people we know by name and met several new wonderful precious souls as well. Please pray for Brenda to get her military VA housing she was promised, pray for Ms. Kimmie and Rooster to get housing as well.

Nicholas stayed out with me until 3pm and I dropped him at his home. I went back out alone to the industrial areas around Santa Fe & Iowa to Mississippi and met and prayed with Paul at his RV, met and prayed with Ms Laura who needs health and housing and prayers to quit smoking. I also met and prayed with Andrew who is hungry and needs food. These folks all got new pairs of socks and copies of Jesus Commandments. I also met with a few other folks in same area guys named Bill and Jim. All these folks could use some food and prayers for improved housing.

Every person we met is truly a masterpiece of the Lord’s creation, think about that for a moment…every person whether rich, poor, healthy, or sick is unique. No two people the Lord creates are ever the same. Human beings are the pinnacle of God’s creation, the only things God ever created that are in his likeness and image! Meeting each person is truly a remarkable experience when you get to know them and hear their hopes and dreams, Yes, these homeless precious souls are in a bad earthly situation but God wants us to get involved and be their friend and helper. We truly are our brother’s keeper!

Here are some pictures from today’s special spiritual military operation for Jesus to minister to his precious lost sheep. Please pray for Pastor Nicholas and his family and please pray for these precious lost sheep we ministered to today. Many of these homeless people were very hungry and had no food and we didn’t have any money or food to give them so please if you can help these folks, let me know and I will give you directions to where these lost sheep are located.

God bless you all and please always pray for more workers for the harvest – dutch