April 30, 2022 Life on the Rock Prison Ministry Fundraiser and Community Out reach.
BBQ Brisket, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Lewisville Fire Department, Lewisville PD, CMA Bikers, Petting Zoo, Water Baptisms,
Donations from the following ministry partners:
Tom Thumb Store - Lewisville, TX
Red Barn BBQ - Colleyville, TX
Sam's Club - Grapevine, TX
Blagg Automotive - Grapevine, TX
Bimbo Breads -Ft Worth, TX
Testimony Church - Lewisville, TX
Thank you tremendously to the above mentioned vendors who gave...Life on the Rock gratefully thanks the following who helped:
Pastor Cody, Kelly Mahon
Aaron and Diane Davis
Randy Tyler, Patricia, Brandon, Momma, and Moses
Pam and Cyrus Campbell
Judy and Teddy Moff
Our Life on the Rock family of ministers and their families
Our families, Stephanie, Jay, and TJ Holyfield
Your contributions mattered so much, and for everyone who helped and gave and who I have not mentioned here...may God bless you abundantly.
LOTRI - wants to congratulate James G. and Stoli on their Wedding
The entire Life on the Rock Family want to welcome Mr. and Mrs. James and Stoli Guerra to the ministry family...officially. We love you and pray for success and longevity in you holy matrimony. In Jesus name Amen!!!
Help us congratulate this Amazing couple (comment below)
Mission to Mexico
In December of 2021 from the 17th - 19th Life on the Rock International took a mission team into Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas and had services with a children's ministry led by Pastor Pedro and his wife Adrianna.
Then on Saturday Missionaries James Guerra, Ronald Corrigan, Roberto German Diaz Castillo, Raul Gallegos, accompanied by others entered into a maximum security prison at Cedes Victoria which translates into English as "You give up Victory". The team were then green lighted to take the gospel to every offender in every area of the unit. Our ministers visited, the Chapel and held services there preaching and teaching the gospel, they went into the lock-down areas, general population living quarters, inmate visitation areas, and every other within the prison to share the love of Christ.
On Sunday they went to a church in Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas, and had an amazing service and touched many lives.
During the mission trip James reported that the team had to travel down a very dangerous highway and there was an accident on the highway that claimed 4 lives.
Please keep our missionaries in prayer and please help fund these missions into Mexico.
You can give through the donate button on the main page of our website, or you can give through our PayPal account.(firstname.lastname@example.org) We would gladly receive a check for your support to our PO Box address:
Life on the Rock international, PO Box 3021 Grapevine, TX 76099-3021
Missionary James G.
On Saturday October 17, 2020 we (Evangelist Ronald Corrigan and Missionary James Guerra) set on to Matamoros, Tamps. MX to do a park rally event for the community. We arrived at the park early and set up a stage and Arturo Corpus brought food (Rice & Beans) for people that would come to the event. The band would be there at 4:00 PM so we had time to walk door to door around 2:00 PM. and invite families from the community to come out and join us. Well, they did! We had over 100 people men, women and children come to the concert. We had testimonies, Music and preaching of the word of God. All hamburgers and hotdogs for the crowd. Seven people raised their hand to receive Christ for the first time and prayers were given at the alter for healing, restoring relationships and salvation. PTL!
On September 20, 2020 International Minister James Guerra relocated from Dallas, TX to the South Texas area known as the Valley. Here's a short video of his new digs and his new ministry which will focus on going into Mexico and the Rio Grande Valley area of South Texas.
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Life on the Rock International Missionary James G. took a team into Pacho Viejo Prison in Veracruz Mexico during the COVID-19 Pandemic in July of 2020 to deliver hygiene kits to the indigent offenders most needing these supplies.
We want to thank our supporters whose kind donations have made it possible to be the hands and feet of Jesus in these most dark places.
James and a ministry team of Pastor German Diaz, Pastor Arturo Corpus, Chaplain Gerardo Jurado, Elio Ollivares, Professor Hilda Gaytan all entered into the Unit to deliver peace and hope and love with the offer of the free gift of Salvation.
They passed out Spanish Bibles, Spanish Faith to Faiths, Spanish Karla Faye Tucker, ministry tracts and other materials donated by our supporters.
If you are called to support this mission then please donate to our team through the LOTRI home page. (Click Here)
Recovery Rehab Center
Even though being in the middle of a COVID-19 pandemic, Missionary James Guerra took a team into the Reynosa, Mexico, Recovery Rehab Center and visited both men and women as they delivered Bibles, ministry tracts, the Karla Faye Tucker Book, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the least of these. Matt 25:36...
Everyone present in the Rehab center who was able to hear the Gospel message prayed the prayer of Salvation. About 40 residents were present and all were glad to have visitors and the materials that were handed out due to the restrictions imposed during this time in the world.
A blessing to all who attended and the ministers and missionaries were certain of God's favour and protection during this time. Please consider the help that you may give by supporting the work of the ministry both internationally and locally.
To find out more, please use the contact us form.
Samuel Hears God
I Samuel 3
22 Young men in Juvenile Facility hear the message on the call of Samuel. Asked if they too want to hear God? All stood up for Jesus
Victory Home Monterrey
I will REBUKE the devourer for you sakes
Men who have addictions to alcohol and drugs come forward to be delivered wanting God to rebuke the devourer. Personal prayer given under the annointing.
Men's Prison Monterrey
Special Forces receive assignment
Over twenty men responded to the call of God to become His Special Forces, behind enemy lines. They stand to receive God's Commission to be His special soldiers.
Rehab Center Monterrey
Aglow with the Spirit of Jesus
The team met with the director who's vision and call is to reach and disciple thousands. The Word for him is to take the light into the darkest places...so it will shine the brightest!
Women's Prison Monterrey
Power of agreement to shake the city.
The women stood in agreement to deliver their lives and their families. Several women responded to the calling of God!
Women's Prison Reynosa
A small gathering of believers
One special assigment from God came to a woman who will be a supply to the church in Mexico, after she is released back into the US.
Men's Prison Reynosa
Turning a Saul into a Paul
In an open air service, few attended due to the Cartel control over the prison and their watchers. So the message of turning from a Saul into a Paul fell on the select and few. The Bible says "Many are called, but few are chosen"
Victory Home Reynosa
Do not be Doubleminded
Many respond to the call to come out of the world and to not be doubleminded. Personal prayer was made as many cam forward. There was a powerful impartation of the Holy Spirit confiming.
Everything was made perfect in Christ for this whole trip. The Favour and the Smile of the Lord was on the team their evey step of the way.
OUR GOD IS AN AWESOME GOD!!!
Units we visited
We will be adding additional Units to the ministry calendar in 2020. Hilltop Unit in Gatesville already confirmed.
Number of Services in the Units we visited
MTC Bridgeport Unit-8 services, averaged 60 - 70 men per service
MTC Lindsey Unit-6 services, averaged 60 - 70 men per service
MTC Sanders Estes Unit-46 services, averaged 5 - 35 men per service
MTC Sanders Estes Unit-8 services, averaged 30 - 70 men per service
TDCJ Boyd Unit-3 services, averaged 150 - 220 men per service
TDCJ Coffield Unit-18 services, averaged 30 - 280 men per service
TDCJ Estelle Unit-36 services, averaged 30 - 100 men per service
TDCJ Hamilton Unit-11 services, averaged 60 - 80 men per service
TDCJ Hughes Unit-1 service, average 150 men
TDCJ Lane Murray Unit-2 services, average 100 women per service
TDCJ Le Blanc Unit-6 services, average 70 - 80 men per service
TDCJ Le Blanc Unit-1 (3 day) crusade visited 1150 men this service
TDCJ Mountainview Unit-4 services (2 dates@2services), 30 - 150 women per service
TDCJ Powledge Unit- 1 service, 80 men per service
Volunteer growth in 2019
The number of Volunteers at the beginning of 2019 that we had taken into a prison ministry service were at about 50, by the end of 2019 Life on the Rock has taken over 120 volunteers into the services at the above mentioned Units. In 151 services at 12 different Prisons, over 70 Volunteers visited approximately 2400 offenders in the TDCJ/MTC Units presenting the Gospel and making calls to Salvation available through our Worship/Ministry services.
If you are compelled to go into the Earth and present the Gospel to the least of these, feel free to contact us and let us know where you are from and what you would like to see Life on the Rock expanding the ministry into by becoming a ministry partner.
We give all the praise honor and Glory to Jesus Christ. When we go into the prisons and have services with the offenders, if we leave and they remember nothing but Jesus Christ who redeems and transforms lives, then we have had a successful event.
At Life on the Rock, "It's all about Jesus!!!"