Richard worked for over twenty years in the inner city helping the needy and homeless, as well as serving as a missionary and pastor in several different cities in the United States with an organization similar to the Salvation Army. He later trained as a counselor with John and Paula Sanford’s training program. Richard operates […]
Dr. Nancy Moelk
Dr. Nancy Moelk was in ministry to Muslims for seven years in France and North Africa. She was Director of Education for an inner healing organization for 8 years training lay ministers and professionals to incorporate Biblical principles and effective techniques to help people heal. Since 2002 she has been Co-Director of Firehouse Ministries, Inc. […]
Gary Moelk, Editor/Writer for Devotionals
Gary Moelk, former missionary to Muslims and presently a Vice-President of Training at an Atlanta IT Company puts his own experience and training skills towards creating devotionals using teachings by his wife, Nancy Moelk. Gary has, alongside of Nancy, have pursued intimacy with God and walked a path of inner healing for many years now. […]
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I used to be such a sick pup! My gosh, I don’t know how you stood me sometimes, because I surely couldn’t stand myself–but my ego was rampant–I couldn’t see it for what it was. An egomaniac with an inferiority complex. You’d be surprised, I think, to know how much legacy both yourself and Richard have in my life. I quote both of you frequently. I shared one of your quotes tonight–“The best gift you can give yourself and the ones you love is get healed.” You probably don’t even remember but it sure imprinted in me. A “Richardism” I use a lot-“You can tell your kid what you want them to do all day long but they will become what you are.” Now that one scared the crap out of me the first time I heard it. LOL But there are so many deep roots in my spiritual foundation that have grown from seeds you both planted.
These days my focus tends to be on practicing gratitude, deliberate pursuit of humility, and staying out from under the Holy Spirit’s feet so he can do his thing. He sure puts on a great show, now that I finally stopped trying to run it! Ha! I guess the very best thing that’s going on spiritually though, it that because I’ve had this shift in my perspective over the past few years about what my actions are in Christ, I am having a pretty wonderful relationship with my kid, which is bewildering. And now that I’ve been practicing that simplicity for awhile, I am learning that he is ever so much more competent than I am at running my life, and everyone else’s, and that all the drama in my life was generated by me. I am having opportunities to minister to not just my kid but also her friends. I don’t think language is adequate, but I do know that an absence of constant anxiety is a gift that keeps on giving, and promotes joy, freedom, and exuberance for life. Now that anxiety is not my normal, I don’t like it when I feel it. I can’t BELIEVE it sometimes, that it is becoming an alien, unwelcome emotion, when it was my constant running buddy for a lifetime. I guess I could maybe say that I’m learning to have internal stops that are spiritual. A spirit that has an imparted gift of self-control. Now, I don’t get it right 100% of the time, but it is safe to say I’m developing a lifestyle of practicing spiritual fitness. So, I can say with honesty that it is good to be living. It is so good. Thank you for all you are in my experience!