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Much can be said about Evangelist Tom Borror of Highway to Heaven Ministries. Tom is an easy going, laid back kind of a guy, whose preaching and twinge of country, rhythm & blues Gospel music has captured the attention of America’s Heartland. Tom is a former truck driver of 16 years, who knows what life in the “hammer lane” (fast lane) is like. Tom became hooked on drugs and alcohol, as many truck drivers do. On May 1st 1977, Tom met the Lord Jesus Christ and accepted Him as his Lord and Savior. Immediately, God set him free from alcohol, drugs, and five packs of cigarettes a day. As a truck driver Tom traveled from Maine to California and from Miami to Seattle. Now it is his desire to travel back across the country preaching the “Good News of the Gospel” that Jesus still saves, heals and delivers, and that there’s still power in the Word of God. The singing ministry that the Lord has given to Tom is truly anointed, for it is the anointing that breaks the yoke.
Tom has had Gospel music programs on television that aired in Biloxi, Mississippi and Dyersburg, Tennessee. Tom has also appeared on TBN and on the national radio program known as Laymen Inc. and numerous live appearances in theaters and concert halls across the United States. Tom now pastors two churches and has his own radio show on KUSH radio in Cushing, Oklahoma. His radio show reaches into Stillwater, OK where Oklahoma State University is located. He also hosts his internet radio KIC radio that airs 24/7s At www.kicradio.com If you have CD'c of good country gospel music and would like to have them played on kic radio contact us through the web-site www.kicradio.com
Well I just came in from the Doc. and got my stitches out. I got aways to go but all & all it don't look to bad. Better than the hole I had in my face after having the cancer cut out. That hole was the size of a quarter.