Welcome to Impart Ministries Online.
April 22, 2010 brought significant changes to Impart Ministries. Darryl Rodman, president and leader, suffered a major heart attack and subsequent stroke in Providence, RI. Darryl was the main force behind this website and unfortunately due to my role as advocate and resultant caregiver position we have not updated this website since his incident. I know most of you who know us are well aware of the past three years. Those wandering by do not. Our God, who is rich is grace, mercy and wisdom took Darryl home October 5, 2012. We had a wonderful home going service "party" for him. It is comforting to know that he is free once again to worship our God with liberty.
God has confirmed that Impart Ministries still has a role to play in the world today. Our vision has not changed. We continue with our Board of Directors: Pastors David and Linda Jenkins from Living Faith Christian Center, Oak Harbor, Washington; Pastors Andrew and Rosanna Phillips from Rock View Church, Kent, Washington and Elizabeth Haslet, Oak Harbor, Washington. We are supported with much wisdom and encouragement from our Board of Advisors as well. Pastors Michael and Reshaun Hurley from Life Church, Oak Harbor, Washington, Pastors Bruce and Kathy Norquist from The Evergreen Church, Burien, Washington and Pastors Steve and Kim Schmelzer from Joy Christian Fellowship, Medford, Oregon. Darryl's motto has been stirring my heart: The best is yet to come. I believe by faith this is true for Impart Ministries.
Thank you for your interest and prayer support for us during this time of transistion. .
We believe that everyone has a destiny to fulfill in Christ Jesus. This site is dedicated to promoting you to fulfill your destiny. We trust that you will be encouraged to live your life abundantly and powerfully by the grace of God and do all that He has called you do to.
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May you be all you can be by being everything Jesus died for and lives for!
Sincerely yours in Christ Jesus our Lord,
Darryl and Martha Rodman
While Jesus was in the
Temple, he watched the rich people dropping their ifs in the collection box.
Then a poor widow came by and dropped in two small coins. I tell
you the truth, Jesus said, this poor widow has given more than all the rest of
them. For they have given a tiny part of their surplus, but she, poor as
almost a year I have been privileged to teach two of my grandchildren
astronomy. It has been a most fascinating and amazing faith building
For you know that when
your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow. James 1: 3
thankful I am for the testimonies of others, those we read about in the
Word, those who have gone before and those we are sharing the earth currently
bring hope, encouragement and cause faith to increase in my heart. Faith comes
by hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ. Romans 10:17 Hearing
steps often lead us to unexpected encounters. In the process of
crocheting a baby blanket for my nieces baby boy I encountered a problem.
I am using a variegated yarn (multiple colors in one skein) and instead
of it continuing a random pattern it began to form columns looking like I had
sewed a completely different blanket together! Not a look I was going
Phone calls, text messages, Facebook
posts, emails and even cards and letters can bring good news or more
challenging news. Sometimes the bad news
seems to roll in like a flood. How do we
walk in faith when we feel overwhelmed?
week my devotional journey brought me to Jesus story about the parable of the
talents. This is one of those stories Jesus told that should bring
caution and some amount of circumspection into our lives, not fear or nervous
anxiety or cocky arrogance. I think over the years I have read this parable
with more fear than faith, worrying that I would be more like the one bag
man. Reading through it this week, I
past week, I will admit it: I've been sick, yucky sick--full blown Kleenex box
emptying sneezing, coughing, achy, stuffed up nose and horrible sore throat
sick. Not fun. I thought it was a sinus infection and I would just
have to "pray and wait it out". (Sounds like a lot of faith released,
doesn’t it?) Monday morning I felt stronger, still a few symptoms,
were not meant to walk this Christian walk alone! At times, I think I've felt, just
"me and you Jesus, we can do this", and if we have to we will. This
kind of thought sounded spiritual to me, but it was actually stinky pride
talking. But living a little longer,
I've come to a different realization. We were created to need each other