Steve Freeman Ministries

Steve Freeman Ministries: It is hard to believe that I am in my 24th year in Full Time Evangelism. I hope each of you had a wonderful Christmas and are enjoying God's blessings on this New Year. I am so thankful to be able to serve the Lord in this way. Every year is different, but I am so thankful for every opportunity God gives me to proclaim His goodness and love to a world that needs Him so. While there are many uncertainties in this world, one thing I do know is that God is still saving and changing lives, and I pray that this will be our greatest year of ministry. 

Ministry Update: We have an exciting schedule shaping up for 2017. I pray that each revival, concert, testimony service, school assembly, camp, retreat, harvest day, banquet, or one day special event will be fruitful for the Lord. Recently I had an opportunity to speak to a group of students attending Richard Bland College in Petersburg, Va. It was a dinner for the students sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Atheletes (FCA), and I was asked to share my testimony with them. There were athelets from the Basketball, Soccer, Softball, and Golf teams at this dinner. The students were very receptive and responsive to what I shared and 13 of these students placed their trust, and faith, in Jesus as their Savior and Lord. I share this story with you to illustrate a point. We hear a lot these days about how young people...teens and college age students are leaving the church...and the Christian faith in droves. While that is true...I believe that people are still looking for answers. They still want to know God...even if they are not sure who He is. They want to connect with Him even though they may not know how.

I am thankful that if we know Jesus, we each have a story to tell about who God is and what He has done for us. I want to be faithful at every opportunity to share the Good News...I hope that you will too.


Health Update In 2009 I was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer. I have said many times that I always beleived that having Cerebral Palsy was enough...I felt like I didn't need any other physical challenges or difficulties, but apparently God had other plans for my life. I am so humbled and blessed to be able to say that I finished my last Chemotherapy treatment in December, 2009. Cancer touches so many families and I am so blessed to be where I am today. I am feeling good and the doctors say that there is no evidence that there is any cancer in my body. My doctors have monitored my progress very carefully and I am thankful for them. I have seen God use my cancer diagnosis as a means to be able to share God's love with so many precious people who are battling cancer at this time.

I don't know what the future holds, but I pray that I will be faithful to exalt Jesus no matter what. I appreciate your prayers for my continued health and strength. We are so grateful for you who partner with us in ministry with your prayers and financial support. You continue to encourage us and enable us to impact the world as we continue Preaching Christ, Reaching People.

In His Love,

Steve Freeman
Steve Freeman Ministries
510 MacArthur Ave.
Colonial Heights, Va. 23834
804.520.6959