In over 20 years, Ginger has done over a 1,000 personal healing and deliverance sessions at no cost but it takes funds to travel to meet the people and help them be set free (by the power of the Holy Spirit) from sin, curses, and demons. If you feel led by the Holy Spirit to support her ministry, donations are accepted to support Ginger’s ministries in Texas, California, India, and Africa. We appreciate your donations that will enable her to continue in her ministries building God’s kingdom.
In 1995, Ginger was called into the children’s church ministries. That was when she started to write and teach. For twelve years, she wrote and taught children's weekly Sunday school curriculum.
She also enjoyed teaching children's Vacation Bible School for many years. Eventually, she wrote, direct, and taught it for several years.
In 1998, Ginger started her personal healing and deliverance ministry. In 2008, God led her to write a workbook called ‘Come Near to God’ about her personal ministry and spiritual experiences(since 1986). This workbook is used as 'homework' for her clients after they have a personal session so they can stay closer and be used more by God.
Since 2014, she has traveled multiple times a year to California for her personal healing and deliverance ministry. She continues to help pastors, church leaders, CEO's, celebrities, and everyday people like herself.
In 2016, Ginger traveled to India, working with Servants of the King (non-profit mission organization) and its founder Kemper B. Crabb. They visited churches that were built by SOK.
Since March 2017, Ginger has been traveling with Kemper to Eastern Africa multiple times to help him inaugurate and teach at the new SOK churches. She has prayed over hundreds of people and saw God healed and delivered them. In 2017 alone, they witnessed 3,800 salvations and worked on 63 churches. When she has time, she gives personal sessions to missionary leaders. She has accepted the position of the director of Servants of the King once Kemper retires. She plans to continue Kemper’s legacy through SOK.