WE EXIST TO GO, TEACH, AND MAKE DISCIPLES FROM ALL BACKGROUNDS TO A LIFE TRANSFORMED IN JESUS CHRIST. MATTHEW 28:19-20
Pastor Tom has not always been a Pastor. He was addicted from the first time he used drugs in the 80s. He actively worshiped Satan and became homeless for years in California, before moving to Missouri. He got clean for the first time in 1995 and then after about 10 years fell back into drugs off and on until 2012. July 7th 2012 was the final sobriety date. On October 17th 2015 Tom married his help mate Cindy Johnson, and now the two are a thorn in the side of Satan.
OUR STATEMENT OF FAITH:
We believe everything the Bible says PERIOD. There are no denominations in the Bible so we do not believe in them either.
We believe Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of the Old Testament. That he was God in the flesh, he never sinned, he rose from the dead, and we are co-heirs with him.
We believe that Christ will one day return at the trumpet's blast, as it says in 1 Thess. 4 and that we are not to worry about when that is and that we are supposed to be ready at all times for the bridegroom to return.
We envision Sling N Stones making an impact in the lives of people trapped in poor life choices.
We see Sling N Stones bringing our community together to try to help these people by loving them as Christ did.
We can help you put your family back together again. It's not easy, but we will be there for you every step of the way.
People are accepting Christ and quitting drugs and alcohol, as well as many other addictions, on a regular basis at Sling n Stones
When people have someone they can count on in their corner cheering them on there is no limit to what they can do. We say recovery from addiction is not impossible or unusual.
She drives the van most Saturdays and helps fill in while Pastor Cindy is serving this great Country.
Pastor Tom has come from a background of drugs, crime and homelessness.
Pastor Cindy accepted Christ at a revival service in 2013.
They have dedicated their lives to reaching the lost,
hurting and broken in
Polk County Missouri.