Newsletter October 15, 2022

Center for Christian Counseling & Training

Celebrating 25 Years of National & International Ministry

P.O. Box 2630, Dallas, GA 30132
Office: 321-269-0404

September 1 to October 15, there were 117 Counseling Sessions

There were 117 hours of counseling scheduled between September 1 and October 15th in 16 states and internationally. Additionally, I was asked by one of our counselees to give testimony in a case involving her to the Orange County DA’s Office in California. There were also counseling sessions continuing with counselees in Canada, England, and Hungary.

As usual, most involved issues with biblical brokenheartedness (D.I.D.) as well as demonization issues. The Bible states that one of the reasons Jesus suffered, died, and rose again from the dead victorious was to “heal the brokenhearted.” And He absolutely does. Wish you could be here to witness the healing as He works.

Latest Book has Gone to the Publisher and I am awaiting the Proof Copy

The book is titled “Now and Beyond” and is a look at the current lukewarm Laodicean Church period and the future glory for the believer in Jesus Christ.

The book goes into the messages to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3 with special emphasis on the current final church period in which we are living, the Laodicean or lukewarm church. Then the sign of the return of Jesus and the rapture of the church as stated by Jesus Himself and the evidence of it right now in this present time. Remember that Jesus said that as it was in the days of Noah so shall it be before the coming of the Son of man. Then a section on the born-again believer’s eternal glorious future which include chapters on the heavenly thrones, the judgment seat of Christ, the marriage of the Lamb, the battle of Armageddon and the 1000-year kingdom reign of Jesus including the form & seat of government, the temple and its worship, the three people groups, and the seven new things as we move into eternity.

The book contains 98 pages and ends with an expository essay written by my granddaughter last year when she was in the seventh grade at a public school.


The title was “Why I live a life of faith and love” as she lives by the motto “make heaven crowded.” Evangelism is so important as we near the end of the final church period. Let’s all concentrate on what’s important in these last days, making heaven crowded and Bringing God Glory.

Thank You Prayer & Financial Partners

Thank you for helping make this ministry possible by your continued prayer and financial support.

You are so appreciated by us and those we serve in the Name of the Lord and do know that you are prayed for daily.

Personal Note from —
Roger & Diane

I received a shot in the right hip a couple weeks ago to relieve the pain and it seems to have had the desired effect. Diane saw one of her “favorite doctors,” the DENTIST for a routine checkup. I visited my orthopedic surgeon after the shot and he and I agreed for now just leave things be, no surgery. (sounds good to me!) Daughter Melissa will be having an 8-hour layover in Atlanta on her way to Central America in a few days and so we will be picking her up at the airport and taking the opportunity to spend some time visiting and catching up on family news. We have been invited to attend the Gideon dinner on the 22nd. They do a tremendous work in circulating Bible and New Testaments around the world. In fact, we have received New Testaments from the Gideons in Florida when we would go to Haiti to lead medical missions and preach evangelistic meetings in the evening. Fall is arriving and the accompanying cool weather and hopefully, a little snow as the winter progresses. Haven’t seen snow in about 4 years and I, emphasis “I” am missing some of it. Diane loves the warm weather and enjoys working in the yard with her flowers, and the hummingbirds. Oh, one final note, please be in prayer for a man being brought in from North Carolina on the 20th as I lead a team from our church in dealing with an evil spirit that is absolutely tormenting him.

God bless you all,