Newsletter - Winter 2010

Peace & Joy to you this Christmas
from Vic and Judy and the
Good News Team!


Vic and I love this special time of year! Christmas helps put the right perspective on both the year past, and the one to come. I am reminded that the Shepherds in the field represent ordinary people going through their ordinary day. God sent angels to give them great news: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” (Luke 2:14-15) . The Shepherds said among themselves, “Let us now go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has come to pass, which the Lord has made known to us” (Luke 2:15).

As the Shepherds went to find the peace maker for themselves, so He beckons us to actively partake in the peace he alone provides. Allow Him to bring a calming affect over your spirit, soul, mind, and body. Truly this is the priority of Christmas! Commit to the peace maker and you will have a truly wonderful Christmas and New Year!

During our travels this year, we met many people struggling because they did not have the very thing that Jesus came to give—PEACE!  Your prayers and gifts enabled us to go to the highways and byways to tell them about God’s gift of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you for your vital part. We pray for you daily.

No matter what happens in the year to come, remember Who is in control. He will take care of you. We look forward to a very exciting 2011 with the Lord at the helm!

Open Heaven Ministry

openheaven.jpgRodger and Marie Holt (left) have been with us since the beginning of GNM. Marie set up our first bank account and did the paper work for the 501-3. They now work with Native Americans from all over the country and host functions on their 40-acre ranch outside Reno. 

They asked GNM to hold meetings in October to set a foundation for this ministry. Heaven surely opened as the goodness of God fell on each person bringing His deliverance and physical healing

Words for 2011 
David did not go to battle with his army. No, he stayed where it was comfortable which allowed him to have lust of the eyes, lust of the flesh, and the pride of life. These took over his life leading him to lie, deceive, and kill. What happened to the David who killed the giant saying that the battle belongs to the Lord? What was the turning point for David? Staying where it was comfortable and not going into battle!

Are you facing battles that you know the Lord wants you to deal with, yet you’re sweeping them under the rug, hoping they’ll go away? It’s time to obey God and trust Him to help you do the right thing. Remember Paul’s words, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 3:13).

Pray for our Troops! Soldier Michael, wife Casey, and baby Rylynn enjoy some family time during Michael’s brief leave from Iraq. Good News Ministries sends care packages to Iraq for Michael and his unit. They say Thanks! Pray for our troops, especially while away from loved ones during the holidays.

Fire on the Water by Vic Baus

vicfish2010.jpgFishing was slow at the beginning of the season, but wow did it turn around! Partners of GN came to visit and fish with me at Klamath, CA. We had a wonderful time sharing the love of the Lord with a pole in our hands. It opened a lot of conversations at the camp when I caught a 30-lb salmon! God brings opportunities to share about Him through the ordinary things of life.


Reminder: Donations to GNM are Tax- Deductible, but mail gets lost! If you do not receive a receipt within a month, GNM did not receive your gift!

If we praised God more, the world would doubt Him less!

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