Andrew Wommack Ministries Summer 2015
Love Speaks Up
Dr. James Dobson
Meet the Instructor:
Healing Is Here
Hope Was Not
Spotlight on a
It’s All You, God!
It’s All You!
Dear Partners and Friends,
What a year it has been! As you may know, quite a lot
has happened this year in our ministry as well as in our
nation. With everything that’s going on around us, it’s
important now more than ever to stand together in
unity as the body of Christ.
In the midst of current events, God has been
awesome! People are being set free, lives are being
transformed, and the Gospel is going farther and
deeper than ever before. God is still at work in our
world today. We have some incredible stories lined
up for you to glorify His goodness and to counter the
things that the ungodly are doing.
In this edition of the Gospel Truth magazine, be sure
to read the article on my recent interview with Dr.
James Dobson, where we discuss this past June’s
Supreme Court decision.
Thank you so much for your generous support of
AWM. None of this would be possible without you.
Jamie and I are truly grateful. You are a blessing!
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Volume IX | Number 2
Relief to the Shaken Lives of Nepal 4
Table of Contents
Spotlight on a Charis Student:
It’s All You, God! It’s All You! 8
Meet the Instructor:
Greg Mohr 14
Healing Is Here Conference 2015:
Hope Was Not Disappointed 16
Cape Town Gospel Truth Seminar 22
Love Speaks Up 24
A Special Interview with Dr. James Dobson
Declaration of Dependence 29
People Helping People 30
2020 Vision 32
Going Farther with the Gospel 34
Gospel Truth Seminars
Spreading Light in the Sunshine State 38
God’s Kind of “Prepping” 42
Andrew Wommack Ministries, Inc.
David Moore II
Kam van Tonder
David Moore II
Ted Mehl Page: 17
Brian Ciociola Page: 22 & 23
All Bible references are from the King James
Version unless otherwise noted.
GospelTruth® is published by Andrew
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corporation, Colorado Springs, CO, USA
© 2015 Andrew Wommack Ministries, Inc. and
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Relief to the Shaken
Lives of Nepal
Going farther and deeper with the Gospel means
rebuilding lives that have been shaken by the Enemy.
On April 25, 2015, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit
Nepal, a small country nestled between India and
China. The Nepalese live on the slopes and in the
valleys of the Himalaya Mountains. With no modern
warning systems set in place, the villages cannot be
notified of any coming natural disaster.
Over 8,000 people lost their lives, 1 and an estimated
8 million people were otherwise affected, 2
overwhelming hospitals and relief organizations.
These numbers don’t even include the losses
suffered in neighboring countries. But, thanks to
the support of our friends and partners, Andrew
Wommack Ministries provided financial support to a
number of ministries already established and on the
ground in Nepal.
Charis Bible College instructor Dr. Delron Shirley is
one of those established contacts. He left for Nepal
from the South American nation of Colombia after
finding out about the earthquake in Kathmandu—
just as he was composing a letter to a Christian
leader he knows from Nepal. Delron’s ministry,
Teach All Nations Mission, has been preparing for
a catastrophe like this for some time because of
the earthquake-prone nature of Nepal. He wrote
an article nine years ago, published in his ministry’s
newsletter, urging Christians to pray for Nepal and
to spread the Gospel there before devastation
claimed thousands of lives. AWM supported Delron
to bring aid to the specific needs of the country.
Left: Pastor (middle) offers relief to those devastated by
the earthquake in Nepal
Charis Colorado graduate Errol Mannon is another
contact to whom AWM has been able to extend
support. Errol operates an orphanage in Nepal with
twelve children, all of whom were reported as safe.
His own agency’s connections in Nepal are reaching
out with physical aid. A couple who works with Errol
in Nepal lives just outside of Kathmandu and has
been working closely with many Christian pastors
in the city to bring relief. On top of being able to
offer food, bottled water, clothing, blankets, and
plastic tarps, they have a wonderful opportunity to
reach out to not only Christians but also Hindus and
Buddhists—possibly even distributing Nepalese
salvation booklets to them.
Bob and Dawa Wesley, Charis Colorado graduates
and founders of Wesley International Ministries,
were also in Nepal when the earthquake hit. They,
too, are safe and have been taking action to help
survivors since the disaster hit. Their ministry’s main
focus in Nepal is to care for the children and their
mothers. As missionaries to Nepal, they are very
grateful for the donations they received from AWM.
Some specific prayer requests they have are for
water, for rescue workers to reach remote villages,
and for the wood necessary to burn away the debris
that causes disease.
A minister who works closely with Bob and Dawa
had been in the country for ten days at the time
of the earthquake. This minister relived the event,
saying, “It sounded like a 747 jumbo jet was directly
overhead, coming down off the mountain.” Due
to the geography of Nepal, it was difficult for them
to get to Kathmandu. Nepal’s mountainous terrain
creates a landslide-prone environment, which
was made worse by the start of its rainy season in
June. The main goal of these ministers has been to
provide locals with water, food, and safety.
Donations to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund
also went toward AWM Germany director Juergen
and AWM board member Sven, who are leading a
charity for an orphanage in Kathmandu. Juergen
is directly transferring the donations to pastors
he knows in the area. A couple of other Charis
graduates are working with them toward equipping
Himalayan children with the necessary skills to bring
hope to their people.
The needs of the Nepalese people have been great,
but the Gospel is being carried to them through
the actions of Christ’s love. It’s being shouted from
the rooftops without anyone having to say a word,
as the church steps in to care for those the way the
Word of God instructs:
Pure religion and undefiled before God and the
Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows
in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted
from the world.
The Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund, provided
through AWM, brought great aid to the Nepalese
communities. Thank you to those who supported
these relief efforts. Please know that you have
helped spread the Gospel in meeting the material
and spiritual needs of the shaken lives of Nepal.
Makeshift shelters provide temporary housing
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Spotlight on a Charis Student:
It’s all You, God!
It’s all You!
Sometimes the distance isn’t the only obstacle standing between a
person and attending Charis Bible College. Often words from the
past can make the journey appear impossible. Herbert Johnson is
the seventh of nine children, whose parents worked hard to raise
their family in Falmouth, Jamaica. As Herbert and his twin brother,
Harry, grew, it became clear that there was a big gap between
them, but it wasn’t until eighth grade that his woodworking
teacher, Mr. B, privately let Herbert have it: “You’ll never be
anything. You’re so dumb. You’ll never even graduate!” The words
lodged in Herbert’s soul. Mr. B crowned the moment by telling
Herbert that he probably wouldn’t turn out to be very much in life.
That moment in Mr. B’s woodworking class sowed seeds of doubt
and fear into Herbert, especially because of a spelling problem
that affected his ability to write. Although Herbert had been born
again at the age of ten, he believed a lie that day. He began to
hide, running from anything that challenged him on paper. Herbert
was smart, though, so he developed socially. He was always the life
of the party and the popular class clown.
Herbert immigrated to the USA and took a customer service role
with Delta Airlines. After being filled with the Holy Ghost in 1987,
he experienced a lot of favor at Delta. While based in Atlanta, a
lady at a Jamaican restaurant told him, “You need to watch Andrew
[Wommack].” Herbert attended a Gospel Truth Seminar in Atlanta
and, from that point on, began listening to Andrew.
When Northwest Airlines merged with Delta, Herbert was offered
an early retirement package. At that same time, a teacher friend
was persistently emailing Herbert, asking him if he would go
to Charis. He knew he couldn’t do it, so he just ignored her.
Left: Charis graduate Herbert Johnson
Speaking at a local church in Colorado
However, the Lord started dealing with him about
attending a local Charis summer Bible study. A
friend from Charis Atlanta told Herbert about
another student who had similar challenges when
starting Charis but, through Christ, had finished
school successfully. This planted a seed of hope in
Herbert went to Colorado in July of 2012, “just to
check it out.” At the groundbreaking ceremony
for the Charis property in Woodland Park, Andrew
shook Herbert’s hand, looked directly at him, and
asked, “Are you coming to school?” The question
shot deep into his soul. Later during that same trip,
Herbert met Barry Bennett, the dean of students,
and confessed to him about his spelling problem.
Barry told him, “If you can read, you can do the
syllabus.” Herbert recalls, “I didn’t know what a
syllabus was, but I just took his word for it.”
By August, Herbert had moved to Colorado out of
obedience to God. One night in his hotel room, the
Lord illuminated Psalm 32:8 to him: “I will instruct
thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt
go: I will guide thee with mine eye.” Four months
later, Herbert started Charis. Living in an apartment
without any furniture, he took a seat out of his car to
use as a couch and used one of his large suitcases
as a table. For many weeks, Herbert slept on the
floor on top of cardboard and blankets.
As a first-year student, Herbert noticed that most of
the students sat as close to the front as they could.
He chose to sit in the back, due to fear about his
spelling challenges. But as he saw others taking
notes from the instructors, God told him to just
listen. After one class, Charis Colorado director
Greg Mohr told him, “Just write down what the
Holy Spirit tells you to.”
Despite all the financial and learning obstacles,
there was one thing that Herbert couldn’t ignore—a
joy that was in his heart from hearing the truth of
God’s Word. His identity was beginning to change.
God sent him a friend, Doug. When Doug saw
Herbert’s frustration with studying, he said, “You can
do it. I’ll share my notes with you.”
When Herbert was a second-year student, finances
really began to be a problem. He told his pastor
what was going on, and his church paid $1,500
toward his tuition. Then, at his job, someone
anonymously paid another $1,000 for him. Even
more amazingly, people at his job paid for his
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Ministering in India
Ministering in Nigeria
second-year missions trip. And then his third-year
tuition was supernaturally paid for as well!
The day Herbert graduated from the Third-Year
Ministry School at Charis, he came off the stage,
looked upward, and pointed, saying, “It’s all You,
God. It’s all You.” Looking back, he elaborates
on how he felt: “I’m grateful to God that I didn’t
quit. While I was in school, most people saw me
as happy, but I was struggling on the inside with
whether I was going to make it. Very few people
knew it. At Charis, I learned my identity in Christ
and about the Father’s love for me.” He sums up his
Charis experience with “The fear is gone, and the
lies are too.”
Herbert currently leads a Wednesday night Bible
study and coordinates a monthly men’s breakfast.
He also has speaking engagements in India,
Kenya, and Ghana and wants to travel and hold
crusades. Herbert would be described by many
as an enthusiastic evangelist, “like the old Billy-
Graham style.” He loves sharing Jesus with people
anywhere, at any time.
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First-year students at Charis Bible College Colorado
quickly realize that Greg Mohr—instructor, Third-
Year Ministry School director, and now Charis
Colorado’s new director—is one of the instructors
who lives out of a prosperous soul (3 John 2). One
of his greatest joys as director, instructor, and pastor
is that those he teaches eventually live the Gospel,
manifesting Jesus to people in their lives.
Students come to know Pastor Greg in class through
his life stories and his “funnies”—stories and jokes
with which he begins every class session, like this:
A man agreed to buy windows for his house
because the salesman guaranteed him that
they would pay for themselves in a year. A
few months after having them installed, he
began to receive angry phone messages about
payment for the windows. Finally, he answered
one of the calls, and the salesman asked
him why he wasn’t paying for his windows.
To this, the man responded, “Well, sir, you
were the one who told me they would pay for
themselves in a year!”
Greg wasn’t always like this. He was once faced with
terminal cancer. Although he had been a Christian
for years, it was then that he got serious about
seeking God. The Lord led him to people who had
a revelation of God’s goodness that he lacked:
Healing is just as much a part of the Atonement
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Meet the Instructor
as forgiveness of sins. Greg explains it in simple
and economical terms, “If it was God’s will for us
to carry sickness, then why did Jesus take it for us
at the cross? Why do we go to doctors and try to
get better if it’s God’s will that we are sick? Is that
disobeying His will, then?” Students generally offer
no reply, so he answers, “Yeah, it always goes over
like that.” Students laugh as they realize the gravity
of what they’ve just heard.
Greg goes on to explain that “it’s often at a crisis
point…that you finally realize you can’t be neutral
or passive anymore.” He recalls a time when his
nephew Ryan had water on the brain. Because
his family didn’t know their authority in Christ, he
passed away. Greg concluded, “Praise God, we will
see him again, but he didn’t have to die.”
This is one of the reasons he wants students to be
grounded in the Word of God. “In what we like
to call here the Charis experience, the first year
[of Charis] is designed to help people become
grounded. We want [them] to understand the Word,
the identity truths of who they are in Christ, and
God’s unconditional love. We do that using the Bible
as our text.”
Greg says that the second year “is geared toward
functioning in a practical way and ministering to
others. We want [second-year students] to become
confident in communicating the Gospel, taking a
missions trip, and realizing that the Gospel is about
the practical ministry of every believer. It’s just not
about the super dupers; it’s about every believer
finding their place in the body of Christ.”
As director of both Charis Colorado and the Third-
Year Ministry School, Greg plants the seeds early in
students that Charis is not a two-year school but a
three-year school. “The Third Year is designed to
identify and train people in the area of their specific
call. We want students to become laser focused
on what is in their hearts and on what best suits
them.” He shares that as students function in various
areas with exposure to plenty of different kinds of
ministries, something’s going to “make their baby
leap” and come alive on the inside of them. “At
Charis, through teaching and revelation, students
are encouraged to develop with God a community
of students stirring one another up to love and good
works.” Greg concludes this by saying, “Andrew is
not insecure, or this could never happen here.”
At Charis, Greg is described as a pastor’s pastor.
His passion is to help students understand that
God’s will is healing for everyone, all the time, and
throughout all generations. For him, it’s all about
having a prosperous soul and seeking to understand
more than being understood. His hope is that above
all, Charis will develop healthy people who will live
healthy lives and manifest Jesus to the world.
Heidelberg - Western Cape
Healing School services and outreaches
are facilitated and managed by Charis Bible College
graduates, who have a heart and passion for the Truth,
with the aim of restoring health and wholeness to the
body of Christ.
Services and outreaches typically cover: Foundational
and healing teachings and teaching through God’s
Word followed by personal prayer and ministry
Outreaches presented to any group of people
anywhere, anytime with prior booking.
Course duration and material of outreaches are
customized as required.
For further information contact Charis Bible
College Heidelberg, WC on 028 722 2701
Healing Is Here Conference 2015:
Hope Was Not Disappointed
Anticipation filled the atmosphere like a gasp
suspended in air. For the hundreds who were
present—some even putting their lives at risk to
attend—their time had come. It was their turn to
receive, and the altar was flooded with expectant
believers tenacious about their miracles. Just
like blind Bartimaeus, their hopes were not
disappointed (Mark 10:46-52 and Rom. 5:5).
The when and where of healing’s beginning was
explained along with other concepts taken from
Andrew’s Spirit, Soul & Body teaching. Many had
to address painful emotional issues and were, in
turn, set free by the unconditional love and grace of
God. People were able to break away from religious
traditions and literally walk, jump, and run by the
substance of what they hoped for.
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for,
the evidence of things not seen.
Carlie Terradez and Daniel Amstutz, who hosted
the event, taught healing ministry training during
the morning sessions. In the evenings, words of
knowledge flowed, further sparking faith for healing.
Andrew and fellow Charis Bible College instructors
Barry Bennett, Greg Mohr, and Duane Sheriff all
poured out a wealth of personal revelation, sharing
from Scripture and their own life experiences of the
Word working for them. In one afternoon session, a
panel of the speakers answered questions people
had written down on three-by-five cards. It was both
an enlightening and humorous time!
The four-day conference indeed lived up to its
name, as “the power of the Lord was present to
heal” (Luke 5:17). Various cancers and tumors, the
effects of Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s,
partial and total blindness, and immune and
nervous system disorders were corrected. One
person who attended had this to say:
When I walked into the sanctuary on the first
day, I felt like I had stepped into heaven! I was
overwhelmed by how strong God’s presence was
in the room—so much so, it didn’t really surprise
me to see people getting up out of wheelchairs
later on in the week. God is so good!
Other conditions such as diabetes, cerebral palsy,
glaucoma, blood conditions, frozen joints, skeletal
complications, heart problems, and even baldness
had to submit to the power of God at work. Oxygen
tanks, canes, and wheelchairs were no longer
needed either, and God wasn’t done yet. Many
long-distance healing testimonies came in as Charis
locations live-streamed the event. God’s power
transcended time and distance.
If your track record with healing has been hit and
miss, you need a new experience. Watch sessions of
Healing Is Here on the Charis website, in the August
2015 video archives: www.charisbiblecollege.org
/news. Also, make plans to join us at next year’s
event. In the meantime, tune in on Thursdays
for Healing School with Carlie, Daniel, and many
-live. You’ll receive weekly benchmark training in
how to receive and minister healing to others!
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from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. We would love to stand in
agreement with you.
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Tell Us Your Story...
From your new partners in the Freestate
I appreciate the opportunity to sow in such good soil. As a farmer, I
know that the same seed sown in poor soil, yields poor returns. I never
sow without expecting a return. I now look to God as my only source to
provide the next seed and as the One who multiplies the seed I’ve sown for
an abundant harvest!
I was a very faithful tither in my younger days, then stuff happened and
I lost faith in tithing. I felt I could put the money to better use where it
mattered... school fees, fuel, bills, food, wages, etc, etc... I grew accustomed
to NOT giving my tithe at all. It seemed to be okay with God. I still had
a good relationship with Him, still loved Jesus as my best friend and
experienced His presence whenever I engaged in worship/prayer. I came to
the conclusion that money wasn’t such a big issue concerning spiritual
matters. I didn’t give much, and I expected even less, in fact I didn’t expect
anything as a result of my giving. I had been content with the scraps and
sorry state of my affairs, feeling that this was part of being on earth, and
at the same time knowing I had a better place, being a kingdom citizen...
But the love of Jesus convinced me that I needed to look toward His harvest
field here on earth where I’m able to plant in lucrative soil and gain an
eternal harvest. I had a tough time dealing with the guilt of not sowing/
tithing for such a long time - feeling like I was in debt with heaven and
in arrears by thousands of rands! How was I going to pay that off? And
only when my debt was paid off could I expect the Lord’s favour.... These
were tough lies to counter.
Then in a flash, the Holy Spirit showed me a seed of maize as well as a
fully grown maize plant with its fruit and He spoke this to my heart:”The
seed produces when it is sown...” The seed doesn’t remember that you
haven’t sown in the previous season, but it will grow when you plant it.
You may have a lot of seed, but you will have no harvest (multiplication/
miracles) until that seed is planted. And once planted, the miracle
happens! 30, 60 and 100 fold... All to be sown again in order to expand
the Kingdom of God, kick out darkness and reign in the area where you
have been assigned.
I am excited! Angels work these fields and they never go on labour strikes!
I am excited! People like Andrew have toiled and laboured all their life to
prepare such a field and have opened it up to us in
this late hour of the day, inviting us to come and
join in the labour and be rewarded by Jesus.
I sincerely pray that AWM reaches its full potential
in South Africa through the Word-based teaching
that sets all sinners free!
Thank you for the labour and time invested in
maintaining the ministry office.
“Blessed by Free teachings!”
I recently realised that I can watch and listen to
Andrew’s teachings on the Internet - God bless
AWM for making these teachings free. I am so
blessed by this, knowing that the Word is going
out and equipping those who cannot always afford
to purchase the dvds etc. This Word - especially
the teaching on Romans has opened the door to
understanding God’s extremely good grace that
covers us - for free - in Christ.
I thank you all for this great message and for giving
us the understanding.
you. I was part of the ordinary church for years
where performance is still their way of judging you.
I have since come to discover that law and grace
can’t be mixed, thanks to the teachings of Andrew
and other grace preachers like him.
I am so grateful for a ministry like this where I can
find myself in Christ Jesus and the Grace of God.
“Heartfelt thanks for SA’s
Gospel Truth Seminar”
This is just a heartfelt note of thanks to you and the
team for an excellent evening last night. Although
I did not get to meet Andrew, I would like to express
my thanks to him for the wonderful encouragement
and example he has been to me. My whole life
changed since the first teaching I heard, “You’ve
Already Got it,” in 2009. My life has never been
the same again!
Please convey my sincere thanks and appreciation
to him for his obedience in Jesus Christ and for
being a vessel for the Lord that has impacted my life
on such a mega scale.
“Free in KZN”
I recently got hold of Andrew’s teaching “The
Believers Authority” – it’s awesome! I still need to
listen to it again and again so it can sink deep into
my soul. His book “Living in the balance of Grace
and Faith” is also a best seller.
May his stay in SA be blessed and filled with
delight and may you and the team of AWSA and
all over the world, be blessed beyond measure.
Lots of love in Christ Jesus
“Those who hope in Me will never be disappointed”
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dare to talk this stuff (the truth) they will stone
Let us know how this grace message has changed your life.
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October 2015 - Cape Town
Gospel Truth Seminar
Rudi van Tonder
(at our SA Office)
discuss the African
impacting the rest
of the continent.
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Mark Rowe, Rudi van Tonder, Andrew, Kam van Tonder and Leslie Rowe
Andrew meets AWMSA Staff
Bookshop at the conference
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The Gospel Truth Seminar flew by. It was such
a pleasure having Andrew in Cape Town to
minister to his grateful South African partners
and friends. We believe these meetings were
very significant - South Africa can never be the
same again! Thank you to all our partners for
making this life changing event possible, it was
a great success.
Zimbabwean and South African Charis Prayer ministers in action
Altar call - where many received the baptism of the Holy Spirit
Worship group “One Voice”
Andrew visits with partners before the meetings
Love Speaks Up
A Special Interview
with Dr. James Dobson
The original fabric of American society is fraying. Imagine
hundreds of hands holding onto the edge of a huge American
flag and then pulling in different directions. At first the edges
fray, but over time tears develop in the center. Ultimately all that
is left are fragments of fabric.
Freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution of the United States,
the Bill of Rights, and other documents on which this country
was founded are being systematically overturned. Christians
have largely remained silent. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is
accredited with saying, “The greatest tragedy of this period of
social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people,
but the appalling silence of the good people.” 1 While his
statement was made regarding the civil rights issues of his day,
it still applies to the problems facing the American public today.
According to the United States Census Bureau, only half of the
American people voted in the last general election. And though
recent Gallup polls cite that more than 75 percent of the
population identify as Christians, 2 other statistics say that fewer
than 25 percent of them vote! 3 According to Founding Father
Noah Webster, “The preservation of a republican government
depends on the faithful discharge of this duty [voting]; if the
citizens neglect their duty, and place unprincipled men in office,
the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not
for the public good, so much as for selfish or local purposes;
corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute the
laws; the public revenues will be squandered on unworthy men;
and the rights of the citizens will be violated or disregarded” 4 .
Andrew Wommack recently met with prominent
Christian leader and family activist Dr. James
Dobson to discuss this very issue. During the
interview, Andrew mentioned some of the issues
that have gone before the Supreme Court, including
homosexual marriage and abortion. Both he and
Dr. Dobson expressed concern—not just over these
issues but also over the Christian response to them:
“The Supreme Court ruling that sanctioned gay
marriage has grieved me…. But what grieved me
even more was the Christian response to it. Or the
lack of response,” Andrew said.
Dr. Dobson replied, “When that decision was
handed down, my thought was the same as yours:
Lord, let God’s people stand up and oppose this
because it’s wrong. It is evil.”
Many Christians have been bullied into thinking
that speaking up for their beliefs is “intolerant” or
“hateful,” but according to Leviticus 19:17, refusing
to address sin in a person’s life is the ultimate
portrayal of hate. The Bible doesn’t teach tolerance;
it teaches love. And love speaks the truth:
Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart:
thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and
not suffer sin upon him.
We won’t be tossed and blown about by every
wind of new teaching. We will not be influenced
when people try to trick us with lies so clever
they sound like the truth.  Instead, we will
speak the truth in love, growing in every way
more and more like Christ, who is the head of
his body, the church.
Ephesians 4:14b-15 (New Living Translation)
“It’s not hate to tell a person that what they’re doing
is destructive to them[selves] and to other people,”
Andrew said. “It’s love to tell a person if the bridge
is out and they’re going to die if they go that way.
I think that somehow…the homosexual movement
has gained, in a sense, the high ground, to where if
you say anything opposed to their agenda, they say
you are a hater.”
“I’ve been on the radio about as long as [Andrew
has],” Dr. Dobson replied. “…[My concern is]…
they’ve [the homosexual movement] achieved
everything they’ve set out to do. And what I started
to say is that in all that time, I have never been
disrespectful to homosexuals. I’ve never been
mean. … I just disagreed with their agenda. You
can’t win people to Christ if you’re calling them
names. So, they say that I’m hate filled and all those
things. But I’ve never– I mean, it’s all on the record.
Every program I’ve ever done is recorded. I’ve never
done that because I don’t believe in it. But I am
committed to a Christian, Judeo-Christian, ethic
and especially the institution of marriage.”
Dr. Dobson continued, regarding the homosexual
movement, “It’s a strategy.… One of the lies is that
everybody who doesn’t accept that whole agenda
and everything that goes with it is doing that
because of bigotry.”
Andrew and Dr. Dobson went on to discuss previous
Supreme Court decisions with terrible social impact
on the American people. One of those decisions,
the Dred Scott case from 1857, ruled that blacks
were not fully human and thus could be owned
and treated as property, without government
interference. “But the Supreme Court was wrong
on that one,” Dr. Dobson said. “Abraham Lincoln
brought about the Emancipation Proclamation and
overrode the Supreme Court. I wish somebody had
the guts to do that today.”
Later in the interview, Andrew said, “I just got a
thing last night from…WallBuilders, and [Senator]
Ted Cruz is bringing something in front of…
Congress, trying to defund Planned Parenthood
over all of [this] selling of aborted babies. And he
called on the pastors to pray and [said] before we
go to Congress, if we don’t bathe this in prayer,
we’re destined to lose. …Most people are asking
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for the politicians to be like the Christians. But here
is a politician asking the ministers…to rise up and to
be like him, and I think that’s good.”
“The most recent Planned Parenthood video that
was released is so grotesque that you can hardly
listen to it,” Dr. Dobson said. He shared that in it,
they talk about “a baby whose brains are taken
out…a live baby whose heart is beating. …That is
wickedness…I firmly believe that God will not be
mocked. Those babies belong to Him, and He will
not tolerate that.”
“So, we pray and we vote. Is there anything else?”
Andrew asked. “The average person is sitting there
saying, ‘What else can I do?’”
Dobson answered, “Well, we’re in a river. I call it
the river of culture, and it flows one way…it takes
you downstream. It never takes you upstream. And
if you’re in that river, it is so difficult to not become
part of where that leads. It takes tremendous selfcontrol
and instruction and prayer to walk upstream
against the river. But…have the courage to be one
of those who will stand up and be counted.” He
also said, “You know, in a democracy like this, we’re
all 1/350 millionth part of the government. … We
have a responsibility for our input to the way the
government is run. And that means to vote!”
Andrew then said, “I’ve had some people approach
me and say, ‘Well, Paul lived in an antagonistic
government system, and yet he just went on and
preached the Gospel.’ The difference is…Paul was
a minister of the Gospel, but we aren’t just ministers
of the Gospel. We’re also Americans [who] have
constitutional rights. And what we’re talking about
is I can serve under any government and go to
prison and be beaten for it. But as Americans…we
have a responsibility and an opportunity to turn this
“The Dred Scott decision was overturned,” Andrew
pointed out, “and we could see these things
overturned. It’s happened before. It could happen
again.” He also declared, “I still believe that
godly people are the majority…in this nation…. If
American Christians were to stand together…we
could turn the tide to this thing.”
As Noah Webster said, “In selecting men for
office, let principle be your guide. Regard not the
particular sect or denomination of the candidate—
look to his character…” 5 and “Let it be impressed
on your mind that God commands you to choose
for rulers, just men who will rule in the fear of God” 6
(2 Sam. 23:3).
Andrew believes it is time to unite and stand
together as the body of Christ. He is promoting
a Declaration of Dependence upon God and His
Holy Bible. (You can read it on the next page.) His
intention is to get as many people as possible to
sign it and then put the Declaration in a full-page
ad in major newspapers with everyone’s names
prominently printed. This is going to be powerful!
Together we can stand up and raise a standard that
cannot be ignored.
martinluth133707.html (retrieved 9/25/2015)
Webster, Noah. History of the United States (1832), pp.
Webster, Noah. Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing
His Education (1823), p. 18.
Webster, Noah. History of the United States (1832), p. 336.
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DECLARATION OF DEPENDENCE
UPON GOD AND HIS HOLY BIBLE
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain
unalienable rights. Since our Creator gave us these rights, we declare that no government has the right to take
them away. Among these rights is the right to exercise our Christian beliefs as put forth in God’s Holy Bible.
We therefore declare that God grants life at conception and no one has the right to take that life unless it is a
direct threat to the life of the mother.
Marriage was instituted by God between one man and one woman. The Lord gave only this family unit the
responsibility to have children and raise them in the fear of the Lord.
We therefore respectfully reserve the right to refuse any mandate by the government that forces us to fund
or support abortion. We also oppose same sex-marriage, polygamy, bestiality, and all other forms of sexual
perversion prohibited by Holy Scripture.
We proclaim that Jesus has provided the cure for all sin and therefore reach out to the sinner in love, but do not
embrace the sin, knowing its destructive nature.
Therefore, we, the undersigned —not only as Christians but also believing we have the constitutional right
as Americans to follow these time honored Christian beliefs—commit to conducting our churches, ministries,
businesses, and personal lives in accordance with our Christian faith and choose to obey God rather than man.
Go to www.DependenceOnGod.com to sign the Declaration.
People Helping People
You might not know just how much of an impact
your giving has had this year. You’ve helped
change millions of people’s lives here and abroad.
This means that as our partners, you are lending
your hand to help us help people. These efforts
are producing results. Here’s an update of how
your gifts are helping Andrew minister:
Uganda—From the Uganda Update Video
Andrew Wommack Ministries International
is helping to create city- and nationwide
transformation in Kampala, Uganda. With a
$500,000 investment, AWM is helping to create
a full-service Christian bank that will bring the
business education and affordable finance that
born-again church pastors need to buy or maintain
their land. In Kampala, whoever holds the purse
strings determines the spiritual climate of that
region. Currently, Muslims, Catholics, and Hindus
own land. They are able to own land because
they own banks that will affordably lend to them.
However, they will not finance Christian loans, so
Christians have their land sold out from under
them. AWM partners are having a direct investment
impact in evangelizing this African nation. One
pastor, Pastor John Kazawa (formerly Sayid Bin
Abdullah), said it this way:
Muslims come to us when they are sick. When
they get healed, they do not want to go back to
being a Muslim. But the Christians cannot keep
the new converts easily if they cannot provide
them with programs to help them. Evangelism
takes on many expressions here. Glory Bank
and GloTrans will make it possible for pastors to
build churches and own land.
Free Materials—Listen to the testimony of one
young woman who benefited from Andrew’s
promise never to deny people access to materials
just because of their financial situation:
When I came to the Lord in 2013, I prayed for
wisdom and revelation, but it wasn’t until four
to five months ago that I came across your
website and the vast great anointed teachings
you offer. Since then my understanding of the
Word and my relationship with God has just
gone ballistic. As a leader in our church, I have
just grown and matured that not only my fellow
church members are noticing it, but I myself am
surprised at how God has just anointed me as
well to do the work in the ministry, especially
teaching the Word. Thank you, Andrew!
T.G., Namibia (Oct. 2015)
Charis Bible College—In 2015 alone, Charis
graduated the largest classes to date. From Charis
Colorado, there were 244 second-year graduates
and 133 third-year graduates. Also in 2015, our
other stateside Charis locations had 307 graduates,
and our international Charis locations had 341
graduates. Just think how exponentially we have
grown! Thank you for empowering Andrew to
spend the rest of his life fulfilling the mandate of 2
Timothy 2:2: “And the things that thou has heard
of me among many witnesses, the same commit
thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach
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from South Africa to Africa
While the Word of God does not change, the cultures
and societal differences of various countries change
how the Word of God is effectively ministered. We at
AWMSA see the importance of establishing an office
within a country to minister to the people in that
country. For this reason we are introducing the African
This partnership will be made up of AWM supporters
who will help the South African branch of the ministry
establish and equip AWM offices in other countries on
the African Continent.
To become an African Expansion partner, kindly contact
our office on 021 914 1110 or email us at enquiries@
We are changing lives.....changing the world!
“I guarantee that not one person in heaven will say to me, “I wish you hadn’t inspired me to give so much to the
Gospel.” No! In heaven, they’ll hug me and thank me for encouraging them to sow. Why? Because there they’ll truly
understand that the only treasure they were able to keep is what they gave away.”
- Andrew Wommack
Partnership is a way of joining together – its team work – it’s a covenant relationship – together we can do exceedingly
above and beyond what we could do alone. As partners we share a common goal: to reach the world with the
uncompromised truth of the Word of God, His unconditional love and the balance between grace and faith.
We have had many requests for a partnership program that does not offer ministry materials in return for a monthly
pledge. In response to this demand, we have created the Grace Partnership. This partnership is made up of AWM
supporters who will commit to giving a regular monthly pledge. This pledge can be of any amount.
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Left: Front entrance
Right: View of Pikes Peak from the
south wing of the upper floor
A Phase II Building Update
If you’ve been keeping track of the building’s
progress, you know that in June 2015, Andrew
was staring down a $2.5 million construction bill—
something that didn’t look like it could be paid. But
God moved miraculously on the hearts of Andrew’s
partners, and the greatest influx of finances
Andrew Wommack Ministries has ever seen came
in! As Andrew said in a recent interview,
These buildings are just tools to help us make
disciples of Christ and train up leaders to
impact every sphere of influence—ministry,
government, missions, business, media, and
entertainment. These two buildings are the
heart of Charis Bible College, but the vision
goes far beyond this. Charis needs to minister
to the whole person—spirit, soul, and body.
That means we need to provide student
housing, food services, gathering places
for relationship building, and an events and
activities center to start. I know God’s plan
for this place is much bigger than I originally
thought, but I also know the supply is there.
Just like God supplied my healing before I ever
knew I needed it, He has supplied the finances
to complete this project on time and debt
free. The money is there; I just need to cast the
vision and trust Him to bring it to pass.
If finances allow and construction can continue
uninterrupted, Andrew’s vision will be completed
in approximately five years. His vision includes
a full-service college campus, a parking garage,
student housing, an activities center, and a food
court. By the year 2020, Charis Colorado could
disciple nearly 3,000 students each year and
accommodate their physical needs in-house. Can
you imagine the multiplication factor of such a
group? Soon, entire sectors of society could be
influenced by godly men and women. We could
change the course of this country!
The estimated financial need for Andrew’s 2020
vision is roughly $180 million. It’s hard for most of us
to imagine that much money. It may even be difficult
to fathom how we, as ordinary people with ordinary
budgets, can help. I know it sounds extraordinary,
but it is doable. Join Andrew’s 2020 vision!
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Andrew’s heart is to saturate the globe with the
knowledge of God’s unconditional love and grace.
One of the ways he’s doing that is by going city to
city and holding GTSs. It’s no wonder they have
been going strong since 2003. It’s common for the
blind to see, bones to supernaturally mend, diseases
to heal, cancer and tumors to vanish, and deaf ears
to open. These three-day events include praise and
worship, teaching, and prayer ministry for all who
But Andrew isn’t alone in changing people’s
perception of God at these events. It takes a team
to accomplish great things for God. Knowing this,
Andrew travels with Andrew Wommack Ministries
staff and Charis Bible College students. These
students have the opportunity to take what they’ve
learned in the classroom setting and minister it to
others. Andrew says that they sometimes get even
greater results than he gets.
Other features of these events include special
partner meetings and informational meetings about
Charis and its various locations.
While complete restoration—spirit, soul, and
body—is always available to every believer on an
individual basis, these events provide an environment
where like-minded believers can come together to
accomplish more than they could on their own.
So, what are you waiting for? See if Andrew is coming
to your area by checking out our website: www.awmi.
net/events. Your life will never be the same!
Prayer team prays for people before service
Ministry information and materials
available in hallway
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Andrew prays for a woman in a wheelchair
Altar call after service, where people are filled with the Holy Spirit
Andrew and Jamie greet partners at the partner meeting
Worship leaders Charlie and Jill LeBlanc
Andrew visits with people before service
Top: Jacksonville, Florida
Top right: Charis Jacksonville classroom
Bottom left: Missions trip to Russia
Bottom right: Missions trip to Nicaragua
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in the Sunshine State
Charis Bible College Florida
Charis Bible College World Outreach is called
“world outreach” for a reason! We want to take the
life-changing message of God’s unconditional love
and grace everywhere we possibly can—touching
lives and making disciples for Christ.
Just before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told
the disciples that they would be witnesses of Him
“in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria,
and unto the uttermost part of the earth” (Acts 1:8).
The disciples were to witness to those where they
lived, then to those nearby, and then even farther
out, until they reached the whole world. Charis
World Outreach is following that model, particularly
Danon Winter, a Charis Colorado graduate, wanted
to take what he’d learned from Andrew and the
other great instructors and share it with the people
in his hometown of Jacksonville. So, he and his wife,
Amanda, opened a part-time Charis Night School
with thirteen students back in September 2006.
They expanded to offer both part-time and full-time
evening programs just two years later. In 2009, they
added school during the day, and the Jacksonville
campus is now offering the Third-Year Leadership
Program. They’ve outgrown their facilities and have
had to remodel to accommodate all the growth.
But, in keeping with Acts 1:8, the Winters haven’t
stayed just in Jacksonville. An Orlando campus
opened in 2009 and has been growing steadily
ever since. It’s gone from having a part-time
Night School to a full, first- and second-year
operation! The search is on for a larger facility in
order to equip more students for the call of God
on their lives.
Tampa Bay’s campus began in 2012, as did
Orlando’s satellite location in Clermont. Tampa
Bay, like Orlando, has gone from small beginnings
to being a fully operational Charis location. It, too,
is in need of a larger facility. Clermont, a part-time
school, just expanded to offer the second-year
program. God is good!
These dynamic schools haven’t stopped there. They
have been working in the Dominican Republic and
in Nicaragua for several years. Their second-year
students have taken missions trips there, working
many miracles for the glory of God. One of their
long-term goals is to open schools in those nations.
Closer to home but still globally minded, the
Orlando location is considering offering Charis
classes in Russian. There are also plans for new local
Charis locations. Only God knows how many people
will be reached in the Sunshine State—people who
will ultimately reach the world!
Charis World Outreach isn’t just about planting
schools—it’s about changing people with the truth
of God’s Word. And these Florida locations are
showing the fruit of changed lives.
Yao Veerakitti was part of Jacksonville’s first
graduating class. Since returning home to her
native Thailand, she has ministered to hundreds of
people and seen numerous salvations and healings.
She also has her own radio program that reaches
Judy Vomacka had a
burning desire for the Word
of God. For three years,
she drove from Tampa to
miles—to attend school at
Charis Jacksonville. That’s
a commitment few are willing to make. She remained
faithful and completed her first and second years and
an apprenticeship. Taking what she had learned and a
desire for God, she and her husband, Ed, opened the
Tampa Bay location in 2012.
Judy battled bone cancer just as she and Ed were
preparing to start their first year in Tampa. She saw the
victory, but the battle wasn’t over. The cancer came back,
and Judy recently went to be with the Lord. The legacy
she leaves behind will not be forgotten. Her faithfulness
has brought Charis to Tampa Bay, and her dedication is
an inspiration to the body of Christ.
We’ll see you in heaven, Judy!
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hundreds of thousands all over Asia. The program is
meant to teach English to Thais, but they’re learning
much more than that: Yao has been using the Bible
as her text to teach English. So, while improving
their English, they are learning the Word.
Bane and Jeannie Harrison, a couple who
graduated from the Orlando campus, have a heart
for Discipleship Evangelism. They currently teach
a DE class at their church in Clermont (the same
church that hosts the Clermont campus for free!),
and they have taken DE to pastors in the Bahamas
and Nicaragua. The pastors there then take DE and
teach it to their congregations. The Harrisons have
reached over 1,500 people through DE.
And the testimonies just keep coming.
Other graduates have seen the dead raised and
healings manifest, including their own. Some have
moved overseas to begin ministering to those in
foreign countries. Others have stayed in Florida to
minister to those there. And still others, who haven’t
even attended Charis, are reaping the benefits of
what the students have learned. These people,
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who’ve been taught and ministered to by Charis
staff and students, are now themselves spreading
the love and deeds of God.
Charis Jacksonville started as just one school and
has blossomed into four locations. Imagine what
could be achieved for the kingdom of God if that
were multiplied across the United States and around
the world. But “how shall they preach, except they
be sent?” (Rom. 10:15). The students, faculty, and
staff of Charis World Outreach and Charis locations
need partners to come alongside them through
their prayers and finances.
It takes the entire body of Christ to be His hands
and feet in the earth. No one can do it alone.
Connect with Andrew.
Does your mind go to the worst-case scenario
when you hear bad news about the future? You’re
not the only one. Dozens of websites will show you
how to “prepare for the worst.” Many people, even
Christians, are buying in to the hysteria created
by negative press. Now, while I believe in being
prepared, I feel that this kind of prepping is getting
out of control.
“Preppers,” as they are often called, are “members
of a growing subculture of Americans who
spend time and money—lots of it—preparing
for apocalyptic scenarios of various” 1 kinds. They
stockpile guns and ammunition. They store up flour,
sugar, water, and canned goods. They build bunkers
in their backyards. And they aren’t just people on
the outskirts of society.
“The majority of preppers…are Christian
conservatives who…are influenced at least in
part by end-time theology.” 2 This surprises me!
Christians should be the last people preparing
for some cataclysmic event. They’ve read the
end of the Book—they know how it ends. If the
world ends in their lifetime, it’s because Jesus
came back. What good would a pile of guns do at
the Second Coming? If anything, they should be
hoarding party supplies!
Some people will spend thousands upon thousands
of dollars getting prepared for a perceived future
threat. There are underground prepper condos
that start at $2 million! 3 These people don’t see
that the greatest investment they can make costs
absolutely nothing—salvation is free! They need
to focus on the security they have in Jesus and put
their money into building God’s kingdom, not some
underground bunker. That’s the better investment.
What has happened to Christians that they’ve
started behaving this way? They’ve given in to fear.
And what does a Christian need to be afraid of?
God hasn’t given them a spirit of fear (2 Tim. 1:7).
They’ve listened to doomsday preachers, scientists,
conspiracy theorists, and fear-mongers saying how
the world’s going to end: asteroids, solar flares,
super-volcanoes, epidemics, ecosystem collapse,
global war, robots, aliens, etc. 4 Some claim that the
end won’t be a natural disaster but a governmental
one. Governments and economies could collapse
and take everything with them. 5 Others think that
one event will lead to another, and things will just
snowball until everything is in ruins. 6 I tell you, if
you believe this stuff, the devil’s going to eat your
rations and pop your “bugout bags”! The world
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In fact, Scripture tells us that “there is no fear in
love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear
hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in
love” (1 John 4:18). If we’re worried about the end
of the world and stockpiling supplies to prepare
for it, we are certainly not made perfect in love. We
don’t need more supplies or plans or ammunition—
we just need God’s love!
isn’t going to end any of those ways. The last part of
Psalm 93:1 says,
The world also is stablished, that it cannot be
The world can’t be moved. Thinking that we—
mankind—could bring about the destruction of the
earth is ridiculous. We can’t destroy this earth any
more than an ant can. Do you want to know how the
world will end? I can tell you exactly how it will end:
But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in
the night; in the which the heavens shall pass
away with a great noise, and the elements
shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and
the works that are therein shall be burned up.
 Seeing then that all these things shall be
dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to
be in all holy conversation and godliness, 
Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the
day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire
shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt
with fervent heat?
2 Peter 3:10-12
The Word tells us plainly that the earth will be
burned up and that the Lord will create a new
heaven and a new earth (Rev. 21:1). We don’t need
to fear asteroids or robots or plagues.
If we seek first God’s kingdom, everything we need
will be supplied to us (Matt. 6:33 and Phil. 4:19).
Our storehouse should be in heaven, not in our
backyards (Matt. 6:19-21). Trusting in the One who
made the earth will do us a lot more good than
trusting in ourselves to survive the destruction
of the earth. We are given reassurance after
reassurance in Scripture:
What shall we then say to these things? If God
be for us, who can be against us?
The best way to counter the fear that preppers
are trying to inspire is to study the Word and
learn what it says. To help you do that, check out
my teachings How to Stay Positive in a Negative
World and Christian First-Aid Kit. Listen to them for
free online: www.awmi.net/audio/audio-teachings.
You can also order these series by going to our
website: www.awmsa.net or calling our Office:
021 914 1110.
PO Box 30, Cape Town, 8000