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Apostle Bill Willis
Bill Willis is an apostle of Jesus Christ, doing the work of an evangelist. The underlying focus of this ministry is the teaching of supernatural Christianity to the endtime church. He preaches and teaches the word of God and operates in the gifts of healing. His teachings are available on CD, DVD and in books.

Bill sings and plays several instruments. He has written and arranged music and is moving into music publishing. Using his background in electronics, Bill records and mixes music and produces CD masters. Additionally, he helps verious ministries with sound and computer engineering.

Bill creates and hosts web pages and helps ministries with their online presence. This website is used around the world to offer training to people of all levels of biblical knowledge.

Bill stands ready to bring the word of God whereever needed and offer training to God's army. Find me on Facebook.
Lynda Willis
Lynda is an intecessory prayer warrior with the gift of healing. Lynda works side-by side with Bill in the healing ministry. She handles the bookings for Willis Family Ministries. In addition for her sweet spirit, though, she is known for her beautiful singing voice.
Deacon Willis
Hi. My name is Deacon, but you can call me "Deke". I am a Siberian Husky. I was rescued from an animal shelter where I was taken when I was found on the street. Now, I get to travel around the country and meet a lot of people. I love kids. They're fun to play with. I don't do the 'fetch' thing - at least not yet. I do enjoy running around and wrestling, though. I really want to jump up in someone's arms, but I'm having to learn not to do that. People don't want their church clothes messed up.

Anyway, Mom says I'm a real, live stuffed animal. I guess it's because I really like to cuddle and my coat is really soft. So, when I see you, I will probably want a hug - or at least a good pat. I hope to see you soon.

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Pastor Proposal
Since Lynda and I have been in ministry, I have been asked several times if I would ever consider being a pastor or starting a church.  My answer is that, even though an apostle can operate in any of the other ministries (prophet, evangelist, pastor, teacher, etc.), I am currently doing the work of an evangelist.  Also, there are already too many churches.  In most places, you can find five or six churches of the same denomination within a couple of miles of each other.  They are divided over non-doctrinal issues or issues of minor import.  They are using more resources with less effect by maintaining separate buildings.  It is a misuse of God's resources.  For this reason, I am making the following proposal.

If ten churches within a five-mile radius will agree to shut down and consolidate themselves into one ministry, I will pastor it.  Out of the ten, the building with the greatest seating capacity would be retained until a new facility could be constructed, if necessary.  The best of the resources of the ten churches would be kept and used in the new consolidated ministry.  The rest would be sold off and the proceeds used for several specific reasons.  Examples of these uses are:

What, you may ask, will become of the current pastors, board members, etc.  While many things would be determined on a case-by-case basis, the pastors would take positions as elders.  These elders would not govern the ministry, but would confer together with me concerning ministry issues (Acts 15:22-29).  The elders who desired to do so would still teach, since I would be away most of the time.  However, I would still be overseeing the ministry.  We would clear away all traditional doctrines that do not line up with the word and focus on perfecting the saints for the work of the ministry by teaching principles of faith and personal evangelism (Ephesians 4:11-12).  This is the end-time.  We have too much to do to be bickering about things that just don't matter.

If this proposal sounds good to you, there is one more thing that you might want to consider.  The meetings would be a little different than what you're used to.  You see, the early church did not meet in pretty buildings with steeples on top, sit in rows of pews and listen to a preacher.  They went from house to house, breaking bread together and ministering to one another according to their gifts (Acts 2:41-47).  Since we can expect that the combined congregations of ten churches would not fit in most people's homes, we would, by necessity, have to have a facility that would accommodate a group that large.  In that facility, you would find tables and chairs instead of pews and all meetings would center around a meal.  As a Christian family we would break bread together while we learn about the kingdom of God.  All would be welcome since, as you know, you can't out-give God.  And while there would certainly be elders who would teach kingdom principles, there would also be occasion for orderly worship as described by Paul and the Holy Spirit would be in charge (1 Corinthians 14).

Well, those are the basics.  Anyone who would like further information concerning this proposal is welcomed to contact me.  I will be happy to discuss it with you.  Just return to the home page and use the contact information listed there.

God Bless You,
Apostle Bill Willis


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