39th Anniversary Fundraising Banquet

Dear Friends and Partners, 

It is almost Celebration Banquet time. 

Dr. Johnny & Betty Moffitt of Worldwide Voice In the Wilderness

Dr. Johnny & Betty Moffitt of Worldwide Voice In the Wilderness


Please be our guest at: 

“DELIVERED”

39TH ANNIVERSARY FUND RAISING BANQUET

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2017

WYNDHAM DALLAS SUITES

PARK CENTRAL

7800 Alpha Road, Dallas, Texas


 

Our Special Speaker, Johnny Moffitt, is the founder and Director of WVIW.

Since his conversion to Christ in 1971, he has risen from being an outlaw biker, non-achiever and a person who only believed in himself, to a leader, teacher, minister, mentor, and a recipient of numerous awards from two Texas Governors, the prison system of Ghana, the Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministers and Churches, Amigos de Fe Ministries of Mexico, and the Coalition of Prison Evangelists.  His dramatic testimony was told in the book, “DELIVERED”. You don’t want to miss hearing him.

 

SEPTEMBER 8, will be here before we know it. 

I hope and pray you are making plans to be with us

Again this year the Celebration Banquet is complimentary.  But, there is limited seating, and you must pre-register.  So order your tickets soon.

Please consider sponsoring one or more tables at $500.00 each.  Or, perhaps you could sponsor one or more couples for $150.00 each.  God may impress on you to be a “CONQUERORS” sponsor for a gift of $1,000 or more.  Whatever the size of your gift, please help us with a sponsorship today. 

We look forward to seeing you at “DELIVERED” Fundraising Banquet.  Please confirm your attendance by filling out the ONLINE response form by August 28th.  You may also register by email at johnnymoffitt@wviw.com.

 

Again, there is no cost to attend; however, we will be asking you to prayerfully consider becoming a partner with us in taking the “DELIVERED” message of the Gospel to prisoners and the forgotten and neglected peoples around the world. 

For more information call 972-234-6009.


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International Prison Ministry in Honduras

“Lord,” he said, “now I can die content! For I have seen him as you promised me I would. I have seen the Savior you have given to the world.”
— Luke 2:29-31 Living Bible

Johnny Moffitt praying over the Ministry Leaders at Puerta del Cielo in La Ceiba, Honduras.

International Prison Ministry in Honduras

By: Dr. Johnny Moffitt

That is the way I felt, as I entered the maximum security, National Penitentiary, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.  We had gone there to minister to the more than 4,000 inmates.  Over 500 men had died from fires in that prison in the last ten years.  Our team consisted of me, Betty (my wife), Travis Moffitt (our son), Pastor David Humphries, missionary Michael Scudiero, missionary Mitch Arbeláez of Go to Nations, our driver and Connect Global Honduras National Director-Jorge Amador, and several local prison volunteers.

I have ministered in prisons in twenty-seven nations, and I have never seen anything like what we witnessed.  After clearing security, we entered the prison.  Immediately, we were met with a gauntlet formed by over 300 prisoners standing on both sides of the sidewalk, for over 100 yards.  The video we took of our passing through this line is over three minutes long.  These men were clapping and cheering and reaching out to shake our hands.  In the background, over the cheering, we could hear the sound of several shofars announcing a call to worship throughout the prison.  I was captivated by this display of love and honor paid to us by these men.

In the yard where we were to have our service, were over 900 men waiting for the Word of God brought to them by this team of Americans.  It was absolutely amazing!  I will never forget it.  We worshiped, danced, sang, and there was great joy in this very dangerous prison.  For just a few hours peace ruled.  And to top it off, over 200 men gave their hearts to Jesus that day.  All glory to Him!!!

After the service, the prisoners actually served the team lunch.  In this prison where food is a valuable commodity, somehow, these men fed us a wonderful meal of chicken, potatoes, and plantains.  I felt like Simeon of old, when he first saw Jesus; “now I can die content.”  I don’t mean today—I mean I am content with my ministry and know I   am doing what God called me to do. 


Worldwide Voice in the Wilderness

 39th Anniversary Banquet Celebration 

Friday, September 8, 2017

Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central

 Reserve your seat now WVIW.com  or 972-234-6009  or bettymoffitt@sbcglobal.net 


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Prison Ministry Video

Please take 4 minutes to watch this exciting video from our last international ministry trip to Honduras. 


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Families Impacted by Prison

In June We had the priviledge of speaking in several churches across Honduras

We had a truly great time speaking on a handful of topics, one being how prison impacts families. We sometimes do not realize how many people we know personally or are connected to that are affected by prison.

I hope you find this message informative, encouraging and uplifting! 


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When Everything Falls Apart

Johnny Moffitt speaking at the prison in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

In June We had a great opportunity to visit 2 prisons in two of the largest cities in Honduras. 

In all my years of Prison Ministry, I have not seen anything like what we experienced in Honduras.

We truly had a great time in La Ceiba, Honduras. Please take a few minutes to listen to this special message. I hope you receive something great from the Lord! 

 

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Thank You for your prayers and support of our ministry! We are grateful to be sent! 


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Honduras Trip Update - Our Visit to Puerta Del Cielo

Johnny Moffitt praying over the Ministry Leaders at Puerta del Cielo in La Ceiba, Honduras.

In June, Betty Moffitt and I were privileged to visit several churches in La Ceiba, Honduras.

One of our visits was to a church named, Puerta del Cielo, or Heaven's Door.

I love ministering in a place where the spirit of the Lord is so evident. This church can worship and they are prayer warriors too.

Our team spoke at Puerta Del Cielo Several times throughout the week and I was glad to be able to pray over the leadership to kick off the National Ministry Leaders Summit. 

Thank You for your Prayers and Support! We truly had a great time in La Ceiba, Honduras. 

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Thank you to Pastor Milton Valle and his Wife Pastor Mayra Valle. They're gonna be in my heart and in my prayers. 


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Honduras Trip Update - Our Visit to the Hospital

Betty Moffitt and Michael Scudiero with Frances one of the Medical Directors

Betty Moffitt and Michael Scudiero with Frances one of the Medical Directors

In June, Betty and I were privileged to visit La Ceiba, Honduras.

We visited a local hospital which is in need of many things. We are grateful for the work that is being done by several organizations, churches, and individuals. Connect Global is building a Maternity Home in La Ceiba for the sweet mothers who currently have no place to rest before or after they give birth. 

Betty Moffitt was able to bring over 100lbs of Medical Supplies to the Regional Hospital Atlantida in La Ceiba Honduras

Johnny and Betty's Grandsons, Wade and Peter, donated the medical supplies from their personal supply. 

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We delivered bandages, syringes, medications, vials, and a host of other basic, but vital supplies. 

It was great to see the vision of the Hospital Staff, as well as the commitment my son, Travis Moffitt, along with his ministry Partner, Javier Mendoza have both made to help the mothers and newborns of Honduras through their organization, Connect Global


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Dedication, Faith, & Commitment

Dr. Morris Sheats

Dr. Morris Sheats

In April, I was privileged to spend some time with some of the most important people in my life. 

First I went to Southern Louisiana for a mission conference.  There I met several of the men and women who influence my life every day.  They are missionaries from around the world, whose dedication, faith, and commitment are continual blessings.  It is from them I learn about our mission, calling, the Word of God, and God Himself.  Also, they are all really fun to be with.

Then Betty and I were able to travel to Lubbock, Texas, to spend some time with our spiritual father, Dr. Morris Sheats.  There we spent two days with him as he taught a couple dozen of ministers who look to him as a spiritual father.  It is always good to sit at father's feet. 

Dr. Sheats taught on "Transitions" in a way that really ministered to me, and will be a part of my growth for a long time.  We are very grateful for this very special time.

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Heading to Prison in Honduras

On June 8, Betty and I are returning to Honduras for extended ministry.

We are speaking at two national conferences on prison ministry. We are also ministering inside two prisons. These are very dangerous prisons, greatly overcrowded, and housing many of the world's most dangerous prisoners.


We are excited to be going back where we have had a great response in the past.

Follow us on Facebook as we will be reporting to you regularly. 

Our First Marriage Seminar in a Texas Prison

In early 1995, WVIW held our first Marriage Seminar in a Texas prison, in the Hughes Unit in Gatesville. 

We had about 25 couples and about 20 volunteers.  It was a great success.  Immediately, prisons across Texas were asking for a Marriage Seminar.  As a result, we have held over 100 seminars in over 30 prisons and hosted over 2500 couples.

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These Marriage Seminars are now a major part of this prison ministry and we stay booked over two years in advance. 

If you would like to be part of this wonderful ministry to the lives of hurting couples, just go to our web-site, www.wviw.com. and sign up on the "Volunteers" page.  

Less than 3% of marriages will survive prison, but WVIW Marriage Seminars are changing that in Texas. 

Come join us.