Winter 2015


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It’s been a busy, fruitful Winter season for Wesley Putnam Ministries.  God continues to open doors for us and we are honored to walk through them.  In early January, I was asked by Dr. David Bush to speak to a class at Memphis Theological Seminary.  Dr. Bush has taught this class for years and wanted an evangelist to close out the final session for his students.  I taught that afternoon and shared one of the Bible stories in a closing worship/communion service.

Fall 2014 Newsletter

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Click here to read our  Newsletter for the Fall of 2014. 

Take a minute to read how God has been working through our ministry this year and even see a picture showing all 17 grand kids!

 

Please remember Wesley Putnam Ministries in your year-end giving.  This is a critical time for your generous support.  Thanks for your prayers and gifts.

Also, the newest DVD of Jonah, as a south Louisiana Cajun is ready.  Be sure to order yours today.

 

Merry Christmas!

Jonah is now available!!

Jonah-Web_grandeMany have been asking and waiting for the newest DVD of Jonah to be released. Well, it’s available NOW! We are so excited about the ministry potential of this story. Those who’ve seen it will remember that Jonah is presented through the personality of a south Louisiana Cajun. Lots of humor, but strong ministry.

Go to our online store today and get your copy.  We are offering a 25% discount plus free shipping.  And for the best deal, if you get the complete set for $90, we’ll include Jonah!  That’s a $140 value for only $90

Please, remember Wesley Putnam Ministries in your year-end giving.  We have an exciting year of ministry ahead and would love for you to be a part of it.
Here is our link for online giving.  You can also send gifts by mail to:  Wesley Putnam Ministries, 1320 Brown Tr., Bedford, TX  76022  For proper tax credit, be sure that the letter is postmarked before midnight on December 31.

Have a glorious Christmas season and a joyous New Year.

The Master’s storyteller in Port Neches, TX Nov. 16-19

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I absolutely love this carving that stretched across the front of the organ pipes in the sanctuary of FUMC Port Neches.  This community is in what is known as the Golden Triangle of southeast TX. I have a lot of cousins living in this part of the world who migrated over from south Louisiana. My great, great, great grandfather established the little town of Indian Bayou, near Lafayette. Over the years, many from the Hoffpouire, Spell, Perry, Forman, Morton, and Sarver families have settled in southeast TX.

This was my first time to work with Rev. Wesley Welborn.  As we visited, we discovered we had crossed paths several times through the years, but had not met.  He told me the story of how he had gotten interested in using contemporary worship in his church.  Years ago, he went to a Congress on Evangelism  in Nashville, TN, and heard a band playing in a worship setting for the first time. It turns out that I was leading worship that year with the help of my family.  My sons were the musicians who made up that band.  Truly a small world!