"Now the Lord
had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country and from thy
kindred, and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will
show thee: And I will make thee a great nation, and I will bless
thee, and make thy name great;
and thou shalt be a
blessing." (Gen. 12:1,2 KJV).
As children of
God, we are part of the covenant of Abraham. It is God's will to
bless us. But, an important condition to the blessing promised
to Abraham was that he would not only be blessed, but that he
also would be a blessing till all families of the earth are
The purpose of
this web site is to spread the Word that it is Godís will to
save, prosper and heal us. Jesus said..."What things soever ye
desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall
have them." Jesus never put any parameters around this verse.
Nevertheless, all of Godís promises are given with a condition
that we lead godly lives and receive them by faith. God desires
to prosper His people with the understood condition that we
would be a blessing to others (spirit, soul, body and
To Be A Blessing Ministries
strives to teach and act by living to bless others as the Lord
leads us. This is why we are making available Gregg's books:
Another Side of the Coin, When the Holy Spirit Reveals, and
Speak the Word Only .
Author, Publisher & Minister
surrendered his life to Jesus Christ at the age of 11, and
received the call of God to preach/teach the Word of God when he
turned 14. One day while he was meditating on the Word of God in
1988 the Lord birthed within his spirit a dream of someday
writing his first book. In 1995 the dream of writing and
teaching became a reality when God honored him with this
ministry. While in Germany, Gregg pastored a German/American
non-denominational church for 1-1/2 years. He had the privilege
of teaching the Word of God in several churches there as well.
Gregg is presently living in Colorado with his wife, Emily.
"The person who
has no technical knowledge of Greek and Hebrew but has spiritual
discernment is a far more competent critic of the Bible than
one who has a rare, technical knowledge of Greek and Hebrew but
no spiritual discernment. It is unfortunate that more
emphasis is often placed on a knowledge of Greek and Hebrew in
training for ministry than is placed on the spiritual life
and its consequent spiritual discernment."
--R. A. Torrey