Michael Imhof Ministries

Paulette and I have had a busy year in ministry. Not only have we ministered in Illinois, but we’ve also ministered in Indiana, New York, Virginia, Michigan and North Carolina during this past year. As a result, we’ve seen numerous people receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior. We’ve also seen people get healed and delivered during this past year. We acknowledge and give the Lord Jesus Christ full praise and thanksgiving for all the good things that took place. We can’t save or heal anyone. The Lord does the work as we try to be willing vessels in His service.

We want to thank all who have prayed for our ministry. Prayer is so important and we don’t take it lightly for those who have prayed for, or financially supported, our meetings. We’re willing to go where God opens the doors. Again, thank you so much for any and all support.

This coming year Paulette and I look forward to what God has for us. Our hearts continue to be for more salvations and more people getting healed and set free during our meetings. We depend on the Lord to bring the results. Of course, if you desire to pray for our ministry, we certainly appreciate it. We ask for more open doors, and anointing during our services. The anointing breaks the yoke. So please feel free to pray for more open doors for us, signs and wonders, and anointing during our services. We thank you for being part of our team. We love and appreciate you.

We’ve added a small Christmas poem to our newsletter as we celebrate the season of His coming. His love for mankind is greater than we can truly imagine. We’ve tried to capture a glimpse of that love in the poem.

Many blessings to you,
Michael and Paulette Imhof

It’s Time to Celebrate

We think of his birth,
at this time of year.
It’s clearly a time,
that many hold so dear.

He came to die,
but this is only a clue,
to something much deeper,
that is all so true.

He died for our sins,
we realize this,
but there’s  something much deeper,
that many have missed.

Please ponder some more,
and give thought to why,
when he went to the cross,
and for us he would die.

Jesus loved mankind,
and so we’ve read,
but there’s greater revelation,
in what I just said.

So why else did he die?
He died for us,
because throughout eternity,
He couldn’t live without us.

I’ll now get to the point,
and of this perceive,
of His enormous love,
and to this only believe.

You’re the reason why,
He came to this earth,
so this coming Christmas Day,
let’s truly celebrate his birth.

"For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" (Romans 6:23)

Michael H. Imhof
Aurora, IL