Join Us In Prayer For Three Forks, Montana


Dear Family of our Lord Jesus Christ,

Sharon says the images do not show up in her CUP anymore……we are looking for a new program to send the CUP out in! Please pray…..please pray for our finances. Please pray that we find a good program to send the CUP out in. We just upgraded the FGGSM.ORG website again to serve you better. There is cost involved, your help is appreciated in anything you can do as we expand, as the demand on FGGAM is at an all-time high! My least favorite part of this work is seeking funds. God Bless you and yours!

Remember, go to FGGAM.ORG and the CUP is always posted there in full living color!

Those who are noble have noble intentions, and they stand confidently by their honorable words and actions. Isaiah 32:8

That is the scripture God sent me to today…….FGGAM’s intention is to serve our Lord until our last breath here on earth, I know we are just a small ministry, but we do seek your help in what we do as we incur expenses.

Please join us in prayer over this extreme tragedy in Three Forks, Montana. I talked with the editor of the Three Forks newspaper on Saturday…..This has shook the whole surrounding area……….


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Todd Rummel

In memory of Three Forks, Montana Fire Chief Todd Rummel who was killed in a tragic accident.

We pray for all the families involved in this tragedy.

A Fireman’s Golve

A fireman’s gloves hold many things
From elderly arms to a kids broken swing
From the hand they shake and the back they pat
To the tiny claw marks of another treed cat
At 2am they are filled with chrome
From the DUI who was on her way home
And the equipment they use to roll back the dash
From the family she involved in that crash

The brush rakes in spring, that wear the palms out
When the wind does a 90 to fill them with doubt
The thumb of the glove wipes the sweat from the brow
Of the face of a fireman who mutters What Now?

They hold an inch and three quarters flowing one twenty five
So the ones going in, come back alive
When the regulators ring; then there isn’t too much
But the bypass valve they eagerly clutch

The rescue equipment, the ropes, the C collars
The lives they saved never measured in dollars
Are the obvious things a fireman’s gloves hold
Or so that is what I’ve always been told

But there are other things those gloves do touch
Those are the things we all need so much

The hold back the rage on that 3am call
They hold in the fear when you’ve lost the wall
They hold back the pity, agony, sorrow
They hold in the desire to do it tomorrow.

A glove, just a glove till it’s on a firefighter
Who worked all day just to pull an all night’er
And into the fray they charge without fear
At the sound of help they think they hear.

Off comes the gloves when the call is done
And into the pocket until the next run
The hands become lonely and cold for a bit
And even shake just thinking of it
They’re not so brave now; their hands they can’t hind
I guess it just means they are human inside

And though some are paid and others are not
The gloves feel the same when its cold or its hot
To someone you’re helping to just get along
When you fill them with love, you always feel strong

And so when I go on my final big ride
I hope to have my gloves close by my side
To show to St. Peter at the heavenly Gates
Cause as we all know, Firefighters just don’t wait

Click here for the story:

Pray for This Fire Chief’s Family, He Died in a Tragic Accident

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Let us be in constant prayer.

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From Kelly……..

Kelly’s Word For The Day~ An Attitude That Glorifies God

From Shari……..

But What About Monday?

For God’s Glory in the love of our Lord Jesus Christ, Dewey, Sharon, Family, and FGGAM Team

Let us keep praying for each other and our families.















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