Friday, September 25, 2015

Today I was a little bit down because there was something in my life that I really wanted even though my gut told me it wasn't exactly God's best for me. I gave it up to God and He swiftly removed it. Then of course I wanted it back! I didn't go against what my spirit was telling me but I wrestled with my mind and my flesh more than expected. It's not like God said following Him completely would ever be easy. And He has me personally on such a short leash I could choke myself!

So I decided to visit the Holy of Holy places Home Goods today. I was eyeing a pair of hot black boots and I struck up a conversation with a lady who happened to be from Michigan also. She casually told me that she had been suffering from great pain because of having Lupus and other diseases. I took a chance and asked her if she believed in God. She said "Yes I pray all the time!" I said “Do you believe that God could have sent me here to the shoe aisle because He says He wants to heal you completely and get rid of all that pain you live with daily?”  She had to quit her job and said she was in pain daily. She got excited and so did I .We prayed (I tried to behave and keep quiet) and I heard God tell me she was going to jump on a trampoline, ride a bike in faith for her healing and that she was completely healed today.

She got choked up and told me she bought a bike and was looking at it every day saying "When am I going to get to ride this?".  Her neighbor has a trampoline and she'd been trying to get on it this summer and jump despite much discomfort. She was a believer in God's healing. She just needed a reminder. We prayed for less than 3 minutes, 100% of her pain was gone. She said she felt a warmth sweep over her and she knew it was done. Then she proceeded to share with me her brother and her sister were both battling" incurable" diseases. Of course I shared with her Ruby's story and many more. There is nothing God can't heal and we agreed this was a divine appointment. I invited her to my church and hugged her. God and I bought a shopping cart full of items to celebrate what HE did today.

In recent study group we were discussing what worship really is. Is it a song? Is it an intentional time to tell God how great he is? I remember hitting the dressing room and literally being overwhelmed and shaking with what just happened. I couldn't do anything but stop and thank God for changing this woman's life a matter of moments ago. I learned that true worship can come in unexpected moments and God is always there to talk to us.

I don't know who you are...or where you are right now but if you read this needed to hear this. God has a miracle for you. Wherever you are...stop....ask him....and see Him work in your situation. And by the way, that thing I thought I wanted. The desire for it completely fell away. It was if God was rewarding me for being obedient by letting more of Him flow through me. I really don't want anything to come between Him and I and having the most fun ever like I did today!
Now...if only God could show me how to pray for supernatural weight loss??? :)
(I also celebrated with a chocolate candy bar!)

Speaking of Fashion.....these are my kids rockin out the clothes line Bebe For Kids by Carla Jones Fong

Monday, April 20, 2015

Wild Hot Crazy Summer

Aahhh! The joys of summer are upon us. It’s funny, I don’t remember my mom stressing  about what enriching activities or educational camps I would attend that would make me a well rounded person. I was raised “back in the day” (as we now like to say) in the 1980s. It was a kinder and simpler generation where we did unthinkable things like going outside and playing. When I say playing, it didn’t even involve any electronics, unless you counted the flash lights we stole so we could play tag past dark.

I grew up in Michigan, and to me it did not seem very glamorous. I lived on a dead-end street and played with my friend Colleen  Murphy  and Carrie Vacerelli. On the weekend, we "got to go to Grandma’s house,” while Mom and Dad would get to have an actual date night; we’d watch Love Boat and Fantasy Island with Grandma. Grandma's house had no bedtimes and it was awesome! I lived for summer break because it was a time to be with my friends and just get crazy. Crazy I tell you! Now, I’m raising two kids in the oh-so-glamorous city of L.A. and I’m thinking about my Michigan summers with a longing in my heart. But don’t let me fool you... we were wild and crazy!

These are some of the wilder activities in which we partook during the summer:
  1. We rode our bikes in the dirt without helmets. We were even allowed to ride around the neighborhood up to the store and buy a  whole pack of gum . Our moms did not worry about us  eating too much high fructose corn syrup in the gum. We made it! We all have our own teeth too. We didn’t worry too much about kidnappers because we learned how to protect ourselves from watching ABC After School Specials and Charlie’s Angels. It always worked out in the end.
  2. We put up sheets in the basement and did shows. We danced and sang to our Fisher Price Record Player and my little brother Mark was forced to be the MC. Donny and Marie Osmond never sounded so good!
  3. We came inside when we were hot and drank Tang like the astronauts or Hi-C Grape Juice (which had no grapes). Sometimes we even drank water from the tap or get this one… the hose! Yep, still standing. That probably explains a lot about my generation.
  4. We made mix-tapes of our favorite Whitney Houston songs and sang our hearts out. We wrote letters to our friends with puffy stickers on actual paper telling them of our summer adventures.
  5. At one point, every summer we piled in the back of a van and drove overnight across the country. My dad put a mattress in the back and we listened to Def Leppard on our tape recorders while Mom listened to ABBA and Juice Newton up in the front. I still know all the lyrics to “Queen of Hearts!" Somewhere during that trip, at least one kid would lose a mouth retainer in a McDonald’s dumpster and we would be forced to turn around and dig through garbage while hearing a lecture from Mom or Dad.
  6. We swam in the lake and pools and went fishing and had lemonade stands where the Country Time Lemonade was only ten cents a cup. I think we made about a dollar each summer! We were in heaven.
  7. Daily baths were optional because, like Mom said, "the pool is cleansing!”
  8. We did attend a lot of Bible schools because Mom wanted us to know the Word of God. Or, was it the free daycare? I get it now!
  9. We ran around and got sweaty and shot basketballs and played with hula hoops. On special occasions, Dad would let us go to the “movie” store and rent a Disney VHS. (If you don’t know what a VHS is... stop reading immediately! I'm too old for you!)
  10. We got to have sleep overs and build forts in the living room from Mom’s old sheets and eat pop corn and Fudgsicles till we got tummy aches. We made Snoopy Snow Cones in the back yard. We told “spooky stories” until we passed out in joyful sugar comas.
Not once do I remember begging my mom to attend science camps or video editing enrichment weekends . I didn’t know what “Mine Craft” was. All we had was one joy stick and we were happy eating dots or bouncing one dot back and forth between two paddles. All of the past month I’ve been Googling the perfect camps and activities for my seven year old to do this summer so I can make sure she doesn’t miss out on anything, then doesn’t get into a good college and end up homeless. Then it will all be my fault because I didn’t get her into the right summer activities. Who is this person I’ve become? Yesterday my four and seven year old asked me to play Princess with them. We got on dresses and had our fans in hand and made imaginary cupcakes. Ruby, the four year old, had to be the servant girl (you know, the plight of the youngest). We ran around and laughed and had so much fun. I can’t say I’ve been the best mom in this department. It seems there is always some distraction to draw me away from just being in the moment with my kids. I’m trying to put my phone/camera down and not feel the need to capture every “precious moment” to share with my five thousand closest friends on social media. It does not come naturally for me but I’m trying. Today, they wanted to play with me again. This time, we made Ruby the queen. They loved every minute of it. I realized that even in today's world of high-tech entertainment, my kids still want to be kids and it doesn’t take one dime to give them the best “enrichment” they could ever need: play time with MOM. Ok, I must admit I’m exhausted. Now after this, I’m definitely going to need some mommy time to “watch Netflix” on my phone. But don’t tell them ok?

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Press Release for Ron and Kerri


Hannah Hyeon


(240) 994-8791


(240) 994-8791




October 4, 2014

Comedians share the secrets of marriage through faith and comedy
What happens when two comics walk into a church? Hilarity Ensues!

The Verizon Center, Washington, D.C., October 4, 2014– Family Life will celebrate the sanctity of marriage through the guidance of God as well as strengthen your marriage and rekindle the romance.
I Still Do: A One Day Marriage Event will feature special guest speakers and artists including comedians Kerri Pomarolli and Ron McGehee.
Kerri Pomarolli and Ron McGehee have been seen on Last Comic Standing 2, Comedy Central, over 29 times on The Tonight Show, ABC, NBC, TBN, Lifetime and many, many more. Both Kerri and Ron deliver strong messages of how they both gave God control of their lives and Hollywood careers and now are working full time with Jesus as their manager and loving every single minute of it!
Join Kerri and Ron, along with Family Life, as they allow you to explore how a little laughter keeps a marriage together through the faith, trust, and love of God.
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Do I Deserve Healing?

I sit here on the tail end of a four month battle with Satan himself. I've had four kidney stones and if you've ever had them you know they are 100% demonic. I've had prayer from all the "A Team" prayer warriors and I've recited every Bible verse I know. I just don't have a complete explanation of why I'm still suffering. I work in healing ministry and I can tell you countless stories of seeing the miraculous.  I had to go last weekend to minister to 5,000 people and I was in pain and suffering the whole weekend. How does that make sense for someone who is supposed to be "standing up for the Gospel?" It doesn’t. I've seen miracles that would blow your mind. Now I' m in my own battle against sickness and pain and it 's well....hard.

 I'm still in pain and discomfort about 24 hours a day. I know God has the answer to this. He does NOT want this for me in any way. And the big deal is this is NOT MY FAULT. I didn't do anything to “deserve” this sickness, and I didn't do anything to "deserve" this healing. I know God is my healer. I also know a test can show some wisdom and so can a doctor. So that is my prayer today, miracle healing and wisdom. If I start trying to figure out who's fault this is I'm toast. Because that is just a trap the enemy can set for us to say if things aren't going our way it is somehow our fault. Then in a broader sense, somehow the fault of those praying for us, or the fault of those praying against us. It's a slippery slope. I learned that even when I am weak and weary I have someone praying for me all the time. Someone who cares more than I ever could and that's Christ Jesus. He is my advocate. He is my strong tower. He is interceding for my victory.

I stand on God's word that I was already healed at the whipping post. I stand on God's word that I will have a testimony today for Dr. Kim. Jesus healed all who came to Him and all they had to do was ask. Actually some of them didn't even ask. Sometimes it was a parent, friend, or sister. Lazarus didn't ask to come back from the dead but his sister's did!

So I've come to the conclusion that it's not about the number of hours on my knees, my fasting, or my complete score board of faithfulness. It's about me letting go and letting God be in charge. Because I'm certain of what HIS word says. He has healed all my diseases and HE wants me to be in good health.

The thing that God is showing me is that I can't try to "earn" his healing. I can't say I “deserve” healing because I prayed. I can't say I deserve it because of my faith. Jesus died for my healing and I did nothing but believe that to receive it. And the truth is no one has all the answers. If they did they'd have a healing ministry where every single person they prayed for got healed. That doesn't exist outside of Jesus. In this world we will face trials but my faith is that God give me the word to stand on to overcome them, and that's what I'm doing. I'm not going to get in anymore depression and despair despite how my body has been feeling. I KNOW that I've done all I can do. I’m standing. I believe.

Romans 4:17-20 -  Against All Hope Abraham in Hope Believed

Friday, July 11, 2014

Latest Interviews

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