As you may already know, 2019 is my last year serving as a legislative chaplain in our New York State Capitol. I am going into “semi-retirement” to work on a number of exciting evangelism and discipleship projects—which I hope will bear much fruit for the Kingdom of God.
My goal is to get the life-changing truths of the Gospel out to as many people as possible through writing books and devotionals, blogging, developing some new Christian websites and using social media channels such as Facebook and YouTube.
All of these resources will be made available to the legislators who have been attending our Bible studies over the last six years. I am hoping to have a continued ministry to those who choose to receive these materials.
As I launch out into these new ventures, I would like to thank everyone who has prayed for me, encouraged me and supported me during the wonderful experience I have had at the State Capitol. It was truly the most miracle-filled Christian ministry I have ever been involved with and there is no question in my mind that these miracles were a result of your prayers.
Thankfully, God is in the process of raising some wonderful new people to continue the legislative outreach at the Capitol and make it even more effective in the future. Jason McGuire, NYFRF’s President, will have an announcement regarding that shortly.
Please continue to support New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation in its efforts to reach legislators with the Gospel. These are extremely consequential times in our state and nation’s history and MUCH prayer and financial support is still needed.
If any of you would like to act as prayer support for the new ministries I am beginning or desire access to the devotions, blogs and books I am writing, please shoot a quick email to email@example.com so we can stay in touch. I would treasure knowing that some of you would continue to back me as I seek to win more souls for Christ than ever before and challenge believers to live dynamic and world-impacting lives!
With great gratitude for your past encouragement and support,
Pastor Dale Walker
New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation