It is hard to believe that this year is almost over. I am overwhelmed and in awe of the faithfulness of our God. With every sunrise, I am reminded of the bountiful promises of the Lord. He has blessed me so much during these years of ministry, but the calling is far from over, the harvest is plentiful.

2018 was a fantastic year; we’ve spread the never-changing message of the everlasting love of Jesus Christ to many people. Decisions for Christ were made and lives were radically transformed by love, mercy, and grace. The New Year brings forth the awesome opportunity to continue this vital work. Through the Lord’s direction, we will continue ministering to race fans at our Victory Weekend events and our entire team is excited to be the hands and feet of Christ. In addition, we are hoping and praying that we will be able to open the doors of the Lodestar Mountain Inn in 2019. The Lodestar Mountain Inn is a serene place where hope, healing, and restoration can be found. It is a place where we can retreat to when we are in desperate need of our God to dress our wounds.

I am asking you to prayerfully consider being a part of this legacy. A legacy that will have a lasting impact for generations to come. We are praying for a miracle to happen. We are praying for the Lord to provide one million dollars to complete this project debt free. Now, that is a lot of money and a big prayer, but our God is much bigger!

A dear friend of the ministry has come forward with a $100,000 matching challenge. For every dollar we raise, this friend will match dollar for dollar up to $100,000. As I am sure you already know, America needs a great revival to sweep across our wonderful nation. May the Lodestar Mountain Inn and the Victory Weekend ministry be a part of this revival!

Thank you for your friendship, partnerships, prayers, and love during these years of ministry. I firmly believe that the Lord is calling all of us to hold His banner high and proclaim to the entire world that our Lord is God of all. Blessings upon you and yours!

Blessings,
Steve