Wayne & Sandy Warmack

Wayne and Sandy met in July 2001. That is when Wayne made the 500 plus mile trip from Rogers, AR to Carmel, IN to pray for Sandy’s healing. The two had been corresponding for a few months prior to that, and Sandy had shared about her various injuries. Wayne was already active in the healing ministry via John G Lake Ministries; and he was convinced that when he prayed for Sandy, God would heal her, and He did. The Warmacks were married three weeks later, and have been great ambassadors for Jesus ever since. Greater Works Ministries was created as a Christian non-profit in 2003.

The Warmacks were once Arkansas state directors for John G Lake Ministries. During that time, Sandy also managed the JGLM prayer line. The Warmacks opened the Greater Works Healing Room in Northwest Arkansas in November of 2001. Currently the healing room is open every Monday evening from 6-8 p.m. at 1200 W Walnut St., Rogers, AR.


In the last seven years, they have created and moderated an eight hour curriculum called Healing is For Today. In addition to their own experiences, the training consists of teachings from several past and current healing ministries. The One Day Healing School has been implemented overseas, as well as across the United States. Through that school, the Warmacks have activated hundreds of Believers; who now minister to the sick.

The Warmacks have witnessed literally thousands of healings via the power of the name of Jesus. The Warmacks are also worship evangelists. Wayne is a linguist, and a retired symphony musician. His book “Because I Have Seen His Glory” was released in March of 2023. (It is available through Amazon or directly from the Warmacks). Sandy is a retired healthcare administrator and is the founder of Nicole’s House. It is named after her daughter, Nicole, who died from an accidental overdose in 2012. The Christ centered non profit serves women coming out of addiction and incarceration.