Born For Challenges: Seasons Part 1 – Dry Season

Your feelings tend to lie to you and often make you do things that you would not normally do. We can combat this by staying grounded in the Word of God. Let's look at what Jesus did when He was tempted. 

Being Brave Takes Practice

Deuteronomy 31:6, “Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the LORD your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you.” 

Are You in Prison?

I was asked to give a talk at a Brothers in Blue weekend in Newton Prison about Peter in the Bible. Since Jesus called me to serve the homeless and those in prison, I have delivered a number of talks in various prisons in Virginia and Iowa. But this time it was different. The Holy [...]


Every living creature, from single cell organisms to the most sophisticated life forms, depend on the integrity of the space they occupy for continued well-being. If cell walls are penetrated, or key organs pierced, illness or death follows. Everything depends on keeping boundaries intact and only permitting the admission of things beneficial to the organism. 

How Shall We Pray?

Let’s just talk with Daddy openly, intimately, and often.  

In This You Greatly Rejoice – Part 2

1 Peter 1:6 “In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials.”   In Part 1 of this focus on joy in the life of a believer in Jesus Christ, I discussed the manifold reasons why Christians can and should be people of [...]

Jason Fath Ministries Newsletter

Recently we ministered at Open Bible Fellowship in Ankeny, IA with Pastors Wally & Lana Shea. Several people received an instant healing the morning we were there. Pictured to the left is a young lady by the name of Yescena Cerrano. Yescena said she had been dealing with a lot of pain from migraine headaches, [...]

My People Perish – Part 2

Hosea 4:6 “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.” In last months’s article we learned that accurate biblical exegesis takes culture, [...]

Patterns of Life

I was watching one of my favorite TV mystery shows recently, and an FBI agent was suggesting that one of the ways to try and find an elusive suspect in a case was to use the ‘Pattern of Life’ technique. He explained the method to the others this way. You try to find out elements [...]


She had it all. The perfect job, the perfect husband,  obedient children, her dream house with the white picket fence, and even the cutest little fluffy dog that loved to cuddle with her at night. As I read these words, I close my eyes and imagine all my worries drifting away like the pappus from [...]

Proprosed Conversion Therapy Ban

An Iowa House version of a conversion therapy ban will not progress after a Wednesday morning subcommittee, though both Republicans on the subcommittee expressed support for doing something on the issue in the future. Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) sponsored the legislation. He spoke first and referenced the many emails he had received in the last [...]

Stepping into the Unknown

Do you ever feel like you don’t know what’s around the corner and it makes you anxious, maybe even scared? Sometimes you can be so scared that you stop in your tracks and go back the other direction. I was watching a movie the other night and on the movie was a corn maze. Have [...]

The Royal Telephone

Telephone to glory, O, what joy divine! I can feel the current moving on the line. Built by God the Father for His very own, You may talk to Jesus on this royal telephone.   Central's never busy, always on the line; You may hear from heaven almost any time; ‘Tis a royal service, free [...]