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Sandy Jessup met Wayne Warmack in July of 2001 when he traveled 600 miles from Arkansas to Indiana to pray for her healing. Wayne had been actively involved with and was ordained through John G. Lake Ministries in Tulsa, OK and he had recently returned from a series of meetings in Joplin, MO with Rodney Howard-Browne.

Wayne describes himself as "vibrating from the Glory and the anointing" and he was compelled by the Lord to pray for Sandy immediately. Sandy had 10 surgeries in eight years to correct injuries from a freak accident in 1993. Some surgeries were not successful and others were only partially effective. Sandy was still experiencing some paralysis, joint and muscle pain, a deaf right ear and a deformed, painful right foot. When Wayne prayed for Sandy she experienced instant relief for some of the symptoms. Within 24 hours she received more healing. And, two weeks later, her hearing was totally restored.

On August 5, 2001, Wayne and Sandy were married. Wayne stayed in Indiana with Sandy for two months while they ministered healing to several family members who were quickly healed. Sandy returned to Arkansas with Wayne in October. The Warmacks combined their musical talents and their healing gifts into a ministry that gives glory to Jesus. A portion of Sandy's healing testimony can be heard in the June 2007 archives of  Sid Roth's show: "It's Supernatural".

In July 2002, Sandy was ordained into John G. Lake's International Apostolic Council at the JGLM conference held at Christ for the Nations in Dallas, TX. In September 2002, the Warmacks were appointed by Overseer, Curry Blake, as Arkansas State Directors for John G. Lake Ministries. They were overseers for four healing rooms in the state for many years and currently maintain an internet ministry with almost 500 prayer warriors nationally and internationally. They travel extensively on weekends to lead praise and worship and/or to minister in healing. They accept invitations to home meetings, churches and individual ministry to those in hospitals and rehab centers. Please call them at 479-381-5235 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

In 2010 Sandy completed her doctorate in Divinity and completed courses to earn a certification in Biblical Counseling. Also, in 2010, the Warmacks were given a prophetic word in which this person saw 'three streams flowing in from three different directions, coming together to be a strong arm of healing ministry in Northwest Arkansas. The Warmacks joined 'forces' with the Dohertys and the Spragues to form "Three Streams Healing Ministry". This team hosted  quarterly 12 hour healing training and ministry through their healing schools; until the death of Jeep Doherty in 2012.  Now, The Warmacks offer/teach an eight hour healing school curriculum, and have presented their healing school throughout the Midwest. They often work alongside Pastors Rocky and Bridget Sprague of River of Life Church, Bentonville, AR. in healing and deliverance training and services.

The Warmacks have ministered to thousands, and they have witnessed healing from most every kind of sickness, disease and affliction. They give all praise, and glory to the Great Physician.....Jesus.

Wayne and Sandy Warmack
are ordained ministers through
John G. Lake's
International Apostolic Council

Greater Works Ministries
13135 Scenic Dr.
Rogers, AR 72756

 

 

You may email Wayne and Sandy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call/text them at 479-381-5235

Greater Works Ministries of Arkansas is a 501c3 non-profit corporation under the umbrella of Faith in Action Fellowship. Tax Free Donations to this ministry may be mailed to the above address.

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