Who We Are

GFM Mission

Good Fruit Ministries, Inc. was established in 2007 as a non-profit - 501c3 to help people conquer the obstacles hindering them from living fruitful lives by providing services that bring healing to the emotional, physical and spiritual areas of their lives. In addition, we are dedicated to training others to fulfill this mission.

We believe every person was created with a unique purpose to fulfill and is destined to enjoy an abundant, fruitful life.

Our Offering

Good Fruit Ministries offers Christian-based private and public venues for those in need of healing in the emotional, physical and spiritual areas of their lives.

Private venues include individual prayer ministry and mentoring sessions. These sessions are conducted by the president and trained volunteers. They have been trained over a period of at least 2 years by various approved seminars, conferences and weekly, supervised “hands on” training.

Public venues include classes, workshops, seminars, conferences, Bible studies and public healing services. These events are conducted by the president, volunteers and guest speakers. They have been trained over a period of at least 2 years by various approved seminars, conferences and supervised weekly “hands on” training. They are held as needed except for the public healing service which is presently held monthly. Scheduling depends on public demand, budgeting and availability of trained teams and resources.

The geographical areas for our activities, at the present, are the Tidewater area of Virginia, which includes Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Suffolk and Portsmouth, Nags Head in North Carolina, Colorado Springs in Colorado. We will extend to other regions both in and out of state as opportunities become available.

Good Fruit Ministries, Inc. is an exempt organization as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and, accordingly, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by the law in your particular jurisdiction. Sessions are not tax-deductible. General donations are tax deductible.