Welcome to New Day Christian Ministry. Thank you for visiting our web page. We are so pleased that you are taking the time to find out more about what the Lord is doing here at New Day. We are so excited about all that God has been doing in and through New Day Christian Ministry. The truth is there is so much He has done we can't tell it all!!!
Many do not know the history of how New Day Christian Ministry came about and so we would like to share with you in this letter what God has done for us personally and in the hearts and lives of people all over the world through the simple promise and amazing work of God. God's grace makes it possible for us all to have a new day. We all can enjoy the promise of a new day through a genuine relationship with our Savior and King, the Lord Jesus Christ.
ďI was 13 when I surrendered to Godís call in my life to be a minister of the Gospel. In fact it was also about the same time that I preached my first sermon. At the age of 15 I started a Bible study in my parents' home that grew quickly. Soon it became too large for my parents' home and we moved it into an empty apartment with plenty of room. As time passed I met a girl and we got married. Soon after we were married we moved to a Bible College where I could continue to follow Godís call on my life for the ministry. Sadly after a year and a half had passed the girl I had married said to me that she did not love me anymore, she did not want to go where I go, and she did not want to do what I do. Then I learned that she had been dating someone else. The hurt and grief did not seem to ever have an ending. I pleaded with her to come back and spent nights crying out to God for help and for Him to do something to change her heart. I did not know why God was not delivering me from the pain I was in. At the same time the students at the college I was attending told me that God would never use me again and that I should go home and give up on the call that God had placed on my life. I was greatly vexed and had come to the point that I considered committing suicide. The two reasons I felt I had to live for were being taken away from me and I did not know what I would do or if God was done with me. The pressure put upon me to quit and walk away was great. I praise God that at the time a professor of the college ministered to my heart. He shared with me Isa. 43:18-21 which says we are to forget the past because God is doing a new thing.
I could not see it at the time but I held on to Godís promise of a new day. It was this hope in a future that God was preparing that gave me the hope and the strength to continue on. After a year of pleading I finally came to accept that the marriage was over and began the painful process of filing for divorce. I was, at that time, finishing my third year of college.
As I was finishing school for the year I was asked to travel with a group to preach a revival in Lima, Ohio in the spring of 1999. During the trip my upcoming divorce became a matter of discussion. At first I was told that I could not give the message God had given me and then after some discussion and sharing with the pastor the message the Lord had given me I was asked to share what God had given with the request not to stand behind the pulpit. I agreed and then I told my parents who wanted to make the journey to see me that I would be giving the message that Wednesday. When Wednesday came the pastor retracted and said that I would not be permitted to give the message. My parents were contacted and told not to come. They came anyway to come and get me and take me home. However they were unable to find me because I was spending time in the homes around the church sharing the Gospel and leading them to the Lord. I wanted to stay and finish what God had me there for and I was not going to leave. A wonderful older couple welcomed me into their home and ministered to me that night. God wrapped me in His arms of love through these two wonderful people of God. On Friday I was asked to share the message God had given me. I was not going to give the message to only one church, I was asked to share it on the radio for all to hear that lived in the surrounding areas. It was during this radio broadcast that Isa. 43:18-21 and Philippians 3:13-16 were first preached and I began to receive the New Day God was going to give me though I did not see it at the time. God had done an awesome work in my heart and life but with every mountain top there is also a valley. When I returned to college the news of what had happened at the revival had spread. And I was told not to return to the college the following year. I was forced to move back home with my family and leave the school and ministry I had there behind. God took another man of God and placed him in my life at the perfect time to encourage me and help me to press on to the future God has for me. He asked me to come and serve as the Youth Pastor at the church he led. That year we saw many people come to the Lord. And God shouted loudly that He was not finished with me yet! I also met my wife at that time.
(August 30, 2015 marks our 12th year of marriage and God has blessed us with two beautiful daughters and a handsome son) At the end of that year I was contacted by the College and asked to come back and finish my degree after a few wonderful men of God who witnessed what I had gone through did something to fix the error that had taken place. I could not be any more proud of the college I graduated from now and would encourage anyone who feels the Lord calling them in to the ministry to attend.
My wife and I spent a year together before moving to Puerto Rico and another year before starting New Day Christian Ministry in Nov of 2005. New Day Christian Ministry has spread to minister to people throughout the world. We currently have people from over 80 countries that have started working through our online Bible Studies. God added a new branch in Kenya called New Day Christian Ministry Mogoko "happy". We traveled to this new branch and also to preach a revival in Kampala, Uganda in June 2008. We saw about 40 people come to know the Lord in the 5 days we were in Uganda. The revival continued the rest of the month and when it was over 150 people had come to the Lord. We now have 44 churches in 6 countries in Africa, 2 churches in Pakistan and we had our second church start in PR in April of 2012. We have traveled to Africa twice for Leader Training Conferences and Vacation Bible Schools. The first time was in June of 2009 and the most recent was in Feb. of 2012. We are in awe of all that God has done and is continuing to do! God is so awesome and worthy to be praised. God is never finished with any of us! As long as you are willing to walk with God you will see Him do so much you will not be able to tell it all! "