Greetings in Jesus name.

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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

Stop Naval-gazing!

A week
or two ago I was mulling over some issues that are affecting my family and my
life.  These aren't really big issues in some ways, but definitely are
areas where we need to grow and change.  As I was discussing this with the
Lord, (i.e. praying) I felt I came to a peaceful perspective with His hope and
joy.  I had put to use my own advice in the two voices, two choices blog
entry of two weeks ago!  Then I must have gone wrong.  I re-visited

Tenderhearted Thankfulness

This past week, during my devotional time, I came across I
Peter 3:8b.  Be tenderhearted, and keep a humble attitude.  I have been meditating on that simple phrase,
be tenderhearted off and on since
then.  What does that mean?  What does it practically look like in my day
to day life?  It is not a word that we
often use today.  It means to be easily
moved to love, pity or sorrow it is a synonym of a more common word, compassion.  These are traits we love to experience in
others—but at times we can find them difficult to implement ourselves!

Two Voices, Two Choices

Over the past few
days I have heard Satan’s voice nattering in my ear, "why bother praying
about that situation, why keep praying for that person, it is obvious it isn't
changing.  They won't ever be different.  It is just what it is and
you have to accept it".  As I began to sort it out and truly
recognize these lies and their source, the warrior in me arose.  

Floodlights and Spotlights

Respect and Trust

What
a time we live in.  Here in the US we are just a few days away from our
presidential election.  There is much turmoil and angst as people debate
the outcome.   At this point the
polls are saying that Hillary Clinton is leading, but the fact is the only one
who knows the future is our amazing God.  I have voted.  I made a
decision sort of based on the difference between what we do know and what we

Light Road vs Dark Road

Last night during
our Life Group meeting, I felt the Lord leading to ask the question:  Can
you remember a time when you were faced with a situation that forced a choice?  Will I become bitter over this situation or
will I become better?

Soul Health

 

Two Days of My Life

The following paragraphs were written early
Tuesday morning.  I had no idea what I would experience!

God's Classes

There are many "classes" that are offered in the
school of life.  As a believer, I choose
to trust that every part of my life can yield good fruit if I follow the
teacher!  Learning to make choices:
school, career, friends are all part of life lessons.  I think God uses our life experiences to
teach us His ways.   In the book of
Deuteronomy, the Israelites were instructed to teach their children His

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