Sunday, November 27, 2011




Repentance is more than turning from sin it is also a turning TO CHRIST! We must re-examine our thinking to make sure that we, like the Pharisees of old, do not shut the door of God's kingdom up against men! Christ (and Christ alone) is the door to heaven-let's not forget that!

Thursday, November 24, 2011



Does the enemy haunt you with your past? Are you having a hard time forgiving yourself? If so, you need to walk away from the sea.

Monday, November 21, 2011

HMA updates...Help us praise God!!!

     Our God is so wonderful and so worthy to be praised.  I wish everyone that reads this would stop for just a minute and help us praise and worship Him.
     We just had Thanksgiving for the homeless in the Tulsa area with Bethany Outreach, Bethany Holiness Church, RESKU International, South Heights Assembly of God and several other ministry friends; and the homeless and the hurting were helped, fed, be-freinded, preached to, prayed for and prayed with.  171 were in attendance.
     On the exact same night, one of our affiliate churches in Richmond, KY fed a thanksgiving dinner to the poor in the community and had between 350 and 400 served.  Today they had a puppet ministry group for the children out of the poorer projects in thier town.  Sixty some children were brought and loved and ministered to.
     Today we broke our goal in our Christmas fundraiser for the barely homeless.  We hoped to raise 10,000.00 by November 15th and we went just a few days over but we raised a total of 10,347.00.
     My wife and I closed out revival in Catlett, VA last night and I have preached for several Brothers in Virginia and Maryland the last couple of weeks including, Pastor Jim Childress, Pastor Keith Powers, Pastor Sammy Finnley and Pastor Tyronne Gheen.  Every where we went we had good crowds, good services and great altar calls.
     We are preaching for Pastor Buzzy Deane tomorrow night and then flying back to Oklahoma for thanksgiving.  I will be preaching during the missions conference in Donna, TX next week. Coming up on December 11th, Bethany Outreach is having thier annual Christmas for the homeless service and several of our affiliates will be helping with that.  Also, on December the 10th, our affiliate church in Leesburg, FL will be involved in an effort to give away coats and new shoes that were donated by CROCS, to the homeless and needy in thier area.
     We have two of our affiliates that are involved in fundraisers that you can listen to over the internet coming up in December.  Saturday December 3rd Covenant Holiness Church in Leesburg, FL and many ministry friends are having a Sing-a-Thon concert to raise money for HMA.  You can go to the concert if you are in the greater Orlando area or you can listen to it live on the internet.  You can donate in person at the concert or give online.  One week later on Saturday December 10th, Revival Tabernacle is involved in "The heart of Christmas" annual benefit singing in Richmond, KY.  They will be raising money for local area needs.  You can see details on both of these fundraiser concerts on our website.
     Several more have been saved in Kentucky this past couple of weeks, I cannot tell how many prayed in the Thanksgiving for the homeless service and we have helped 13 more men get jobs in Tulsa through the Christmas for the barely homeless project.  Now didn't I tell you that our God deserves praise!!!
     The Lord has helped me very much lately, I have been lead and enabled to preach much on marriage, the family, divorce, adultery, hypocrisy, church traditions and politics...and of course drug abuse.  I would like to add that we are about to release our year end newsletter, so everyone be watching for it.
     Christmas time is very hard work and very expensive for our group, as well it should be, no complaints here; please just remember us through the rest of this year.  Prayers, support and helping hands are more important now than ever.
     If you wish you could help, but live some where else, feel free to contact us and we will give you all kinds of ideas on how to affect the kingdom of heaven by Loving the Least the Last and the Lost.  Remember we have affiliates and friends that are doing similar works as ours in Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Idaho and other parts of Oklahoma.  We even have people doing special works for HMA in states that we don't have ministries in yet.
     God bless you and be careful and be prayerful this Holinday Season!
your humble servant,

Wednesday, November 16, 2011




We are commanded to examine ourselves to make sure that we walk in the faith of Jesus Christ. But the facts of it are, God is a jealous God. There comes a point in our Christian walk that we must divert our attention from our fallible selves, placing it upon something greater. Yes! We certainly have something better to look at!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Coats For Christ

Coats for Christ
Coat and Blanket Drive

Holiness Missions to America
“Reaching the Least the Last and the Lost”

This winter we are asking for donation of clean used or new Coats and Blankets
So we can provide warmth for someone this winter

Many are experiencing hard times so the work of outreach is in demand  
if you can please help us help someone this winter

Jesus said: “Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.”

Drop off  At The Saving Place Furniture Thrift Store
Located 619 E. Dewey Sapulpa Ok 74066

Contact: Pastor Earl Wayne @918-698-2321


Hello friends,
     All is well at HMA!  I am currently in Virginia.  We had a revival in Front Royal and it went very well.  The Lord came by and helped us.  We had bigger and bigger crowds each night. Lots of visitors came from area churches and even as far away as Maryland.  We had a wonderful family from Ukraine that had 5 little children and they sang "bringing in the sheeves" in Ukrainian.  It was beautiful.  I even got it on video.
     We will be preaching around the area this and next week, mostly in churches that I have never been before.  Pray that the Lord will help me.  Also remember my precious wife as she has to  hold the fort without me for two weeks right after I was just gone for two weeks prior. 
     HMA Tulsa, Bethany Outreach, South Heights Assembly of God, RESKU International and several other ministry partners are getting together this coming saturday the 19th for our fourth annual "Thanksgiving for the Homeless".  They will be running multiple busses and vans to down town Tulsa and bringing in groups of homeless and ultra poor people to have a very special church service and dinner with them.  Rev. Robbie Reed will be preaching.  We are expecting between 4 and 5 hundred in attendance this year.
Our groups in Florida, Alabama, Texas, Kentucky and Oklahoma that I have spoken to this week are all doing very well and continuing to work toward our goal of reaching the least, the last and the lost.  Each group is trying to do something special for the Holiday season as well.  Please pray for HMA minsitries as we approach CHRIST-mas.  It is a bitter sweet time to work with the ultra poor in America.
     Please remember to give if you can to our "Christmas for the Barely Homeless".  Our  goal is well over half met but we are quickly running out of time.  This fund is set up to try to help a few dozen families that are living on the streets and in shelters in Tulsa that have lost thier homes and jobs lately.  They are not the common drug addicts, alcoholics or mental patients like we are used to dealing with.  Theses people are regular, sober, hard working folks that lived barely off of the streets and the economy finally got them down.  They are married, they have children, they have jobs and they are going to church.  Most of them live in shelters right now.  A few of them actually live under bridges and one family is actually living in the woods.  You can donate right here on line at our blog or website, or you can mail checks to HMA PO box 12 Sapulpa, OK 74067.  All donations are always tax deductible.
     Thank you so much for all of your prayers, support and friendship.  Our many ministries need and appreciate you.  God bless!
your humble servant,

Saturday, November 12, 2011

How Broken Is America?

     I want to share with you an account of something that happened to me just the other day. I went to a new eye doctor, because mine had retired. The sole purpose of my visit was to get an eye exam for new glasses and contacts. While examining my eyes, the doctor determined that everything was normal and the same as before and he wrote me a new script for glasses and contacts. Before leaving the exam room the doctor informed me that he had discovered that I had a little discharge in the very inner corner of my eyes, probably due to the season change, accordinng to him. We always called it "eye boogers". 

     OK, now follow me here. He then told me that he could write me a script for that. I asked about it and he replied that it was a little tube of drops that you put in your eyes twice a day for a few weeks. He then preceeded to inform me that if I had insurance, then they could just bill my insurance....are you ready?...$90.00!!! But, (it gets better), when I informed him that I do not have insurance, he then let me know that he was allowed to give me a discount and I would only pay $60.00. When I told him, "No thanks", he then GAVE it to me.

     OK. I don't even know where to start here. Obviously this whole situation is a multi-layered corporate\government\medical science scam, where every body and thier best friends dog gets a piece of the action. No body in the corporate world GIVES ANYTHING AWAY FOR FREE! There is always a hook. In this case what was probably going on, is the chemical company that puts out the drops is under pressure from the federal government to get thier product out and prove its longevity and use ability so the chemical company gives the doctor a quick little 30 second training on how and when to disperse the drops. The doctor gets a small kick back for every bottle he gets to the public, a little bigger kick back for the bottles that he sells for the $60.00, which already has calculated into the price for about how many they are going to give away, and an even bigger kick back for the ones that he gets billed to the insurance companies. So realistically, the bottle of drops costs about $5.00 to produce and should cost around 35 or 40 bucks on the market in order for all the middle men to get thier fair share.

     But instead of free market trade, supply and demand and all that crazy, radical stuff that America was founded on, we have...The Fed in bed with the chemical company who inturn gets in bed with the doctors who inturn try to use the patients to get in bed with the insurance companies who are already in bed with The Fed.

      So instead of shacking up with any of them to help destroy what's left of this once great nation, I simply said, "I always just do this doc, and it takes care of it". I said that while I was using the side of my fore-finger to wipe the little bit of goop out of the corner of my eye. It's cheaper, it's faster and it help protect America from idiots. Besides, some times when I don't notice the goop myself, my wife will come over and get it for me. And I'll take any reason I can to get her that close to me. :)

     One more major probblem with this little scenario. It makes broke, whinning, sniveling wimps out of our next generation. Stupid things like $90.00 eye drops so that you won't have to wipe your own goop out of your eye is killing our young people. They think that every car window needs tinted, every electronic needs upgraded, every truck needs lifted, every purse should say coach, every shirt should say under armour....uh oh. Listen, there is nothing wrong with any of these things necessrily. Not in the right context. But let me tell you what the wrong context is. Need!!!!!! Need is the wrong contect. None of these things are needs. When we raise a generation that believes that every little pleasure, upgrade and fancy this and that, are things that must be had, then we are setting them up for failure.

     These "drops" represent one more thing trying to break the backs of our great way of life. This poor next generation thinks they must have perscription sunglasses, lasik surgery, teeth whiters, teeth straighteners, skin tone darkeners...We are going to end up raising a bunch of hypochondriac, weak, scared, dependent sissys. What are we going to do as time wraps up and things get tighter and uglier. What if you do have to have the mark of the beast to buy and sell. Are you going to take it over your teeth whiteners, or you lift kit? Of course not you say! Well then we must be careful how we prioritize our lives now, so that our belief system will still make sense then. I know, I know, Brother Todd is sooooo radical. Just some thoughts off of the top of my head. People please, don't go along with every stupid thing in society just because someone that is supposed to know something says so, if I have taught my four children nothing else. I hope I taught them three things.

 Fear God, love and respect your spouse and for crying out loud...think for yourself!

your humble servant'

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


     Just a note to let everyone know how things are going here at HMA headquarters.  We have been very busy lately traveling, preaching, running the homeless programs, working on new drug programs and preparing to help everyone that we can with the big holiday rush coming. 
     I was in Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Tenesee and Arkansas the last two weeks.  I preached for Pastor Scott Loper in Gilbertown, AL (very sorry that I didn't get to be with our friends at Brother Jaimie Norman's church while I was there), Pastor Phillip Deane in Cantonement, FL and Pastor Helen Stewart in Frog Hollar, AL last week.  I was also very priveledged to be in a community worship service with Pastor Cox and many others in Bay Minette, AL. 
     I have been back at headquarters in Sapulpa, OK for the past few days and I am getting ready to go to Washington DC, Virginia and Marylad for two weeks starting this friday.
     Since being home we have had plenty of things to deal with.  The Saving Place, our furniture thrift store that is owned by the mission group has picked up some lately.  We have several volunteers from the homeless program working there now.  We have gotten jobs, housing, medical benefits, ID's and schooling for several lately that we have been working with.  We are actually working this week and next on a video of some of the workings of the mission group and it will have some clips I think of some of the people that have been helped lately.  The video will be posted and or linked on our website at Ozark Bible Institute sent a mission team to do a church service for our local homeless group and they ministered to about 75 homeless people and did a great job.  Some of the men from Revival Tabernacle in Richmond, KY came out last weekend and recieved a school bus that we had donated to them, and last but not least, our ministry had two fifteen passenger vans and a sixty passenger bus go down on us last week.  So far,as best I know, one of the vans is all the way fixed and the bus is partially fixed.
     I have struggled a lot lately with our new facebook presence.  We are basically using my page as a way to gain lots of friends and shower them with access to my blog, our flipzu sermons, random thoughts and activities we have and our website.  We also have HMA social page, which is an interactive page used for sharing thoughts, ideas, questions and answers about Christian outreach.  The problem I am having is that there are quite a few "facebook evangelists", as I call them, that could use one of my outreach ministry classes before they continue.  It is almost like deja vu.  Let me explain...
     When I first came to the Tulsa area many years ago, almost every ministry that had a presence on the streets of down town Tulsa did pretty much the same thing.  They stood on street corners and picked out people that "looked like" they were sinners and reminded them that they are sinners and told them that they were going to hell.  THIS WAS MINISTRY!?  There were a couple of guys that did things a little different.  They would go out on the streets amongst the drug addicts, alcoholics, prostitutes and gangmembers and basically "debate" doctrine with them.  You know, stuff that really mattered to gangmembers and alcoholics like, the pros of trinitarianism or the cons of "once saved, always saved".  Now before I go any farther, I want to admit that there was one group of people that I always thought were doing things out of sincerity and the love of God and that was Pastor Wayne Holcomb's group.  Pastor Holcomb is a man that I admire and respect to this day.  But the rest of them were genearally causing raucuss mayhem that made it very hard to decipher if it was truley helping or hurting the kingdom of heaven.
     I'm sure by now that someone is taking this too personally.  I assure you I am not thinking of any one person or group of people but I am discussing the big picture for the sake of my point about "facebook evangelism".
     Any way, here we are now close to a decade later and we have a huge presence on the streets of Tulsa.  We have brought thousands to church, seen hundreds pray, had dozens and dozens to get help, get saved, get healed and get delivered.  And minstries are literally using us all across the country to find out how to go about reaching the masses the way that God has helped us to.  To God be the glory for eveything!
     The only reason that I tell this story is not to glorify self, (there are a couple hundred other people that I would have to share the glory with any way even if we took God out of the equation), but to liken it to facebook. 
     There are quite a few people that are using facebook as there own personal evangelizing tool.  Once again, I myself am one of them.  It is a very tricky place to operate.  You should take several things into consideration when using it.  #1 Am I saying things that could be controversial on my page, or someone elses?  If you know me very well, you know that I do not shy away from the controversial, but I generally speak about such things when I am asked, invited or when I "own the venue".  I would never have a problem with someone being controversial, because I am all the time.  But to just interject your disgust and or disdane or harsh correction into someone elses life...look at it this way.  I know most of you guys.  You wouldn't have the audacity or the stupidity to just barge into your neighbors cook out and start lining people out.  But behind the computer screen, a hundred miles away, you are not only a little bolder but perhaps a little less understanding.  I know what you are thinking, "brother Todd is going soft on us".  HAHA, not hardly.  But use some common sense.  You would be offended if someone through a bunch of junk up on your page that you disagreed with.  What's the difference.
     #2 This is a HUGE one.  When reading words that are sent electronically, by e-mail, text or what have you.  NO BODY CAN TELL FOR SURE WHAT SPIRIT YOU HAD SENT THEM IN!!!  Your tone of voice cannot be heard, your words cannot be emphasized.  You were being funny, they thought you were mad.  You were being sarcastic, they thought you were serious.  You can do a lot of damage and never even mean to.  I am sharing "facebook evangelism" the same way that I share "street evangelism" experience. 
     #3 Probably the most important.  When I started working the streets I realized right away that there was a problem.  Preachers were "blasting" people, "lining them out", "tuning" people up.  They were getting a sense of pride for what they had done.  They could share with others what they had done and said and seem big for it.  Let me tell you something from a man that has made a lot of mistakes in ministry over the past fifteen years.  A man the has been broken over and over again and yet seen God have his handy work after all.  Ministry, especially evangelistic ministry is HUMBLING if you do it correctly.  It can be almost degrading at times, especially if you aren't fully submitted to the will of God.  But rarely is it boasting.  If you are doing what you are doing to "feel good about yourself".  You are probably causing God a lot of problems.
     While  I'm out here in deep water, let me tackle one more little subject.  This subject that keeps coming up about "if God hates sinners or not".  Again, don't any body take this too personal.  It has come up serveral different ways lately.  I must admit at different times I have come down on different sides of the issue.  And it is a lot like the end of time, I know some great men that dissagree on it.  But here is my point.  As far as you are concerned...IT DOESN'T MATTER!!!  Wheather you think that God hates sinners or not, one thing is clear.  You are not supposed to!  Some have scriptures that they use to "prove" that God hated sinners, others have verses to "prove" that God couldn't hate sinners.  I have my opinion, but if I put it down here, then someone would just come along and debate it.  Here is all I am saying...some body give me the chapter and the verse that says that we WE CAN HATE SINNERS. 
     If you are aggressively trying to help and win souls to Christ, fight for truth and morality, I am 100% for you.  But if you are just out to "prove" yourself right or someone else wrong...what have you done?  What have you accomplished?
     One last point about that.  And please, please believe me, I am not upset or mad or pushing back or anything like that.  I love all my friend and readers and everyone else for that matter.  I want to help not hinder.  But please think things through before you post on my page.  I'll tell you why.  I have amassed about 1,200 friends in the last few weeks.  They come from every walk of life.  Almost every single one of them are attached to my ministry in some form or another.  They are alcoholics, tramps, drug addicts, preachers, drug dealers, baptist, nazarenes, church of God, holiness, assembly of God, pentecostal, homeless and on and on.  You have no idea how long I have been working with them or what thier past or back ground is or what they know or don't know.  If you just jump in there and start "fixing them good", you may be stabbing me in the back and tearing down what little we have managed to build up.
    One last time I say, I am saying all of this out of the love of my leart and true concern for souls.  God bless you and remember to pray for us at HMA.
     If you can please help us finish raising our Christmas money for the homeless project.  You can donate here online or send to HMA PO box 12 Sapulpa, OK 74067.
Your humble servant,

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Earthquakes in divers places

     Thanks to all who have been calling, texting, emailing and facebooking to check on us. In the last two days we have been in the largest and the third largest earthquakes ever recorded in the state of Oklahoma. We actualy preached this morning very near the epicenter of both quakes.

      All is well with the Sloggett`s, HMA headquarters and HMA Tulsa. I do not know of any one who was even hurt and as of right now I know of very little damage to any structures belonging to any of our staff or affiliates.

      We did have two fifteen passenger vans and a sixty passenger bus go down on us though, all in the last few days. Both vans need radiators and the bus needs a new, very expensive, tire. Pray that God will continue to breath on our work and give us the means and the wisdom to reach the least, the last and the lost.

      Check out all of the information and interaction on and like us on facebook at HMA social. Also further down on this blog you can see what your current donations will go to by reading the blog about the "Barely Homeless". God bless!

your humble servant,

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Surprise at Wal-Mart!

      This morning I was in line at the local Wal-Mart pharmacy and a man approached me and said, "You probably don't remember me Brother Todd, but I went to Earl Wayne's homeless church and heard you preach one time."  He preceded to tell me about how he had been homeless and addicted to chemicals.  He said that he had tried all different ways to get "free" but that since he had gone to church and prayed and been making better decisions that he is finally feeling the chains break free.  He lives in a local sobriety house with several other men. 

     He was awarded a special grant because he is a war veteran of Iraq and he is currently back in school.  He just obtained a car and we talked about him driving himself to church tomorrow.  He shook my hand real strong when we were done conversing and he said, "God bless you brother and thanks again for everything."  He walked away and I stood there for several minutes in awe of my God. 

     Some churches talk about changing lives, ours just does it!

Your humble servant,

Benefit Sing for the "Barely Homeless"

Benefit Sing for the "Barely Homeless".
December 3rd.  4pm - 8pm

Hosted LIVE on the Internet from
Covenant Holiness Church
Leesburg, Fl.

Listen Live:

About the Barely Homeless.... (Rev. Todd Sloggett)...

  This year things are very different on the streets of America.  Normally, our church services, rides, meals, clothing banks, food banks, job training programs etc. are the best things that we can do outside of love, prayer, correction and instruction.  But for the past several months I have found a brand new group of people on the streets that we have never worked with before.  I call them the "barely homeless".  They are not the run of the mill drunks, drug addicts, prostitutes and gang members that we are used to working with.  These people had houses, cars and jobs just a few months ago.  As a matter of fact, most of them still do have jobs.

     You see, what has happened, is as the economy shrinks then it knocks everyone down a notch or two.  If you were a multi-millionaire, now maybe you are just a millionaire.  If you were living high one the hog, maybe now you are just comfortable.  If you used to be just comfortable, perhaps now you have had to tighten the belt.  You see my point.  Well, the people that were some of the poorest of the regular Joes amongst us have been knocked down a notch as well.  And now, they are barely homeless.

     Most of these people are couples with children.  A lot of them had their house foreclosed and they spent every dime trying to stop it from happening and now they are trying to live in a shelter or under a bridge for just a few months to make enough money to get an apartment.  Lots of them actually have jobs waiting for them.  I know a man that has a job making $14.10 an hour waiting for him.  The job is over two hundred miles away and he has no way of getting to it.  

     I know several who have jobs waiting for them and all they need is a $10.00 identification card or a $45.00 certificate.  You may be saying, "then why don't you help them?"  We are as fast as we can.  Just last week we got four more identification cards and two more certificates.  The problem is, right now I am working with twenty six of these guys and we find more every week.  If all each one needed was an I.D. that would still be $260.00.  But oh, it would be worth it.  

     The average person in the barely homeless category that I am working with needs about $75.00 to get a chance at putting their life back together.  Of course our government will spend an average of $8,500.00 a piece on them, of our money, and it will take them way to long and by that time a lot of them WILL be alcoholics, drug addicts, prostitutes and gang members.  For this CHRIST-mas season we are going to try a brand new approach.  We are going to specifically target the ones that are in this condition and try to bump them back up into society.  What greater CHRIST-mas gift could we give these people than another chance at having their entire lives back.

     We will be posting the link to listen to the Sing LIVE, right here on this Blog, on our Website and on Facebook.  So keep watching and praying.   

    All donations from this event will go to help the "Barely Homeless" project in Tulsa, Ok.   

     Please get involved... together we can reach the Least, the Last and the Lost. 

 (Pastor J.R. Smith)

Friday, November 4, 2011


     Pastor Jeff Owen just found a copy of Brother Bill Mathews` testimmony. Bill was known by all as "The meanest man in Tulsa". He had served multiple stints in state prison, robbed homes and stores, dealt and took drugs for three decades and was an all around menace to society. Gang members, drug dealers, fighters and cops all feared him. He got saved on the streets of Tulsa three years ago and instantly became the model Christian.

      Bill traveled the country with me and talked to churches, government entities and random groups in public places, giving his testimony and displaying a true conversion. He was only able to serve God on this earth for a little over a year and a half and then the Lord took him home to glory.

     His story was so amazing that we are hoping to put out a track of his life soon. But this awesome new find will help introduce him to many people that never had the priveledge of meeting him in person. It will also be a special treat for those of us that did know him. As soon as I get my hands on this recording I will release it here first. The recording is actually of Brother Bill as the guest speaker at the first ever Jacob`s Ladder meth awareness meeting in Perryton, TX.

     We have several other surprises coming soon, not the least of which is the re-release of one of the original recordings of your humble servant preaching the message "Beyond too farmiliar", AKA "Tropenkohller". But this special recording of the late Bill Mathews, that also includes a testimony form Sister Sara Kerr, will be worth hearing!

You're in the Battle, but this is not your fight!!

(Click on the above link to listen)

Crystal Meth Speaks

(Click on the Above Link to Listen)



Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The Heart of Christmas



"The Heart of Christmas" is an annual benefit singing founded by Bro. Joe Saylor in December of 2010. All proceeds raised will go to blessing the underprivileged of our community-with a heavy emphasis on the children-during this Christmas holiday and winter season. There will be professional singing, a hilarious puppet ministry, a powerful Christmas sermon and the best fellowship in the world.

We will also be broadcasting it live over the internet giving the entire world an opportunity to listen and donate via paypal. Revival Tabernacle (Joe's home church) will be hosting it at the Daniel Boone Elementary School in Richmond, KY. on December 10th at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.