Monday, December 19, 2011

Jerry Moyer

Every year before our touring season we always pray that God opens the doors to the churches and communities that need our ministry the most. God did open so many doors this touring season to so many wonderful churches with people that had a heart to reach out to their communities. We had and awesome year of ministry with 700 salivations and thousand of lives touch. We ministered 75 times in 22 churches and 2 camps. It was such an amazing touring season with so many touching stories that we would like to share a few of them with you.

In June, we ministered at Faith Family Church in Glastonbury, CT where we did a children/family event and we also partnered with them to do an outreach in a local housing project in New Haven, CT. After the outreach was over a young boy came up to one of the workers and told her, "That was fun! You guys should come back every Saturday!" PTL that's what it is all about reaching and touching lives for Christ.

In July, we ministered in Floral Park, NY at Christ Assembly of God. It was such a blessing to minister at this church. The entire congregation was of Indian descent (from India). Most of them have lived in America a while with their children being born in America. We had such an awesome time with this church, not only in our ministry time but also getting to know them. When we were pulling out slowly to leave, we had 3 young girls running along side of our Suburban saying, "We are going to miss you! Come back again! We love you." It really touched our hearts.

In August, we minister at Deland Nazarene in Deland, FL and Living Waters Fellowship in Chico, TX. Both of these churches were in smaller towns but had such a heart for their communities. Each night the crowds grew with unchurched people from their community. It was awesome to see lives transformed. In the church in Chico, TX one night 2 men came forward to be born again. They were both skate boarders at the park and someone from the church had invited them. PTL!

We also had some very touching testimonies shared with us. We received an email from a parent that said, "My children and myself were so blessed to meet you. We are out side working concentrating on what we are doing and out of no where comes the things you taught us for example: Jesus said you must be, you must be born again and we all join in and go nuts with it. They remember ever bit of what you taught. We appreciate you both dearly. God bless and thank you.!!!!" Another one came from a father in Chico, TX which reads. "Well ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to the NEWEST Born-Again Moore Family member as of tonight, August 15, 2011:Jackson Dewayne Moore... My Son...A NEW CREATION in Christ! At the Altar call tonight at Pastor Robert Cox's Church in Chico, when the invitation was given, Little Jackson, that is 5, raised his hand on his own, bowed at the altar on his own, and received JESUS CHRIST AS Lord and Savior...I am one PROUD DADDY!!!! Praise the Lord!"

And one final testimony was at a children's camp in Ingleside, IL a lady share with us that her grandson went forward during an altar call to get closer to God. When she asked him about it he told her, "Grandma, I got Altered!"

We had such an amazing and blessed year. We met so many wonderful people and saw so many lives touched during our 2011 touring season.

Below are a few pictures from our 2011 tour season

Jerry ministering at an Outreach in a Housing project in New Haven, CT

Jerry praying with 7 people to be born again including
2 young men that were skateboarders in Chico, TX.

Candy & Her new friends from Floral Park, NY

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Jubilee Gang Ministries Building Project Update

Today Dec. 17th 2011 the driveway for tne building was put in. The next step will be laying the asphalt in the spring then finishing off the inside so we can start filming children's programing for the Internet & DVD.

When this building is finished it will give us much needed space to base our ministry out of and will house a video studio where we will be able to film and edit video. It will also give us space to store, set up, and work on our equipment. Right now we can only work on it while we are on the road. And we store our equipment in our trailer all winter which is not good for all the electronic components. This will help us to be able to take our ministry to the next level and eventually it will house our offices.The Building is costing $40,000 to put up plus the finishing off of the inside including insulation & electric.

If you would like to donate toward this project there are 3 ways you can donate.

1. Click on the link below to give through the Causes Application and then click on the donate
button... sends our ministry a check each month of all the donations that come in through this App.

2. Donate through Pay Pal by going to the Jubilee Gang web site at
then go to the bottom of the page and click on the yellow donate button.

3. Send a check to our ministry office at the link
below...Jubilee Gang Ministries3495 Willow Rd.Springfield, OH 45502Any
help with this project will be deeply appreciated! All gifts are tax
deductible and you will receive a receipt in the mail for your gift.

To view Pictures of the progress on the building click on the link below...

God Bless
The Jubilee Gang

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Dear friends and partners,

As the Christmas season is upon us I am reminded of the greatest Christmas Gift that was ever given. The birth of God's son into the world to redeem us back from the devil "God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that who so ever believeth on Him will have eternal life." This is a very familiar verse to most of us and it would be easy to just quote it really fast and jump past it when we see it written out. However, there is a lot contained in this verse that we can miss if we do that.
The reason God gave us Jesus is because he loved the world. While we were yet sinners God loved us. While we were still by nature against him, He loved us so much that he gave his only Son.
In 1 Cor. 13:4-8 we find what most people call the love chapter. These verses describe the God kind of love or God's love toward us. This is the same love that we receive when we are born again and receive God's nature in our lives. In the King James version of the bible the translators used the word charity instead of love. As I was growing up I always wondered why the translators used the word charity. It seemed like two totally different things to me. As I investigated the word charity more I discovered that it means loving someone so much that you give. This is truly the God kind of love. When you love someone so much that you give. True love is not about us it's about others. It's about seeing a need and doing something about it.
This Christmas season let us follow the God kind of love and be a blessing to others instead of it being all about us and what we can get. God loved the world so much that he gave his most prized possession for the betterment of the world. So that we could be brought back into relationship with our heavenly father. For this is the true meaning of Christmas!
As we celebrate the birth of the greatest gift ever given, we pray that you and your family have a wonderful Christmas Celebration. We are so grateful for all our partners, friends, and family. We are also grateful to a wonderful home church for allowing us to travel ministering to children and be on staff! And, all their support and prayers. God Bless all of you and Merry Christmas!

Jerry & Candy Moyer

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Are you looking for Gods Plan for your life?

Looking for a good ministry? They are all around us!

This Video reminds me of the Petra Song "For Annie" (Lyrics are below...

No one ever noticed Annie weeping People all around, but she was alone Mama's got her meeting and Daddy's got his job But no one's got the time, Annie's on her own No one ever knew her desperation People couldn't hear her cry out silently Locked inside the bathroom she grabs a jar of pills The medicine that cures becomes the poison that kills And it's too late for Annie She's gone away for good There's so much we could tell her And now we wish we could But it's to late, it's too late for Annie Sadness fills the hearts of Annie's family Daddy tries to comfort Mama uselessly They hoped she knew they loved her But they really didn't know They just want to know Why did their baby go?If only we'd have known her situation We'd have tried to stop this useless tragedy Annie's lost forever, never to be found But there are lots of others like her all around And it's not too late for Annie