About the Ministry
The title of this ministry came from a great message, preached by Bill Johnson, called, "Making your own history with the Lord". In his message, Bill says, "It's easy for me to lay hands on somebody and for there to be an impartation of a gift, of a grace, for life, for ministry, but it's impossible for me to impart to somebody my history with God. Every believer is required to make their own history with God. Where is history made? Primarily in the secret place. It’s true that you can make bold decisions and do bold acts in public places, but that’s not where history is SHAPED. It’s SHAPED in that quiet place." Click on the video to watch and listen to him preach "Making your own history with the Lord".
Since 2003, Frank Sasso has been hearing the audible voice of God. So much has happened over the years regarding prophecy, encounters with God, praying, studying, and ministering to people that his wife, Christina, suggested that he put his studies, words, encounters, journal entries, and dialogues with the Lord online for all to see. "Just so that everything's stored somewhere", (Jer. 36:2) Christina said. Frank agreed. What Frank started writing down soon became a 6 book series. The first book entitled "The Believer's Position in Righteousness and Authority" (which later got re-titled to, "God Loves You And Gave You Power") and the following books which is now known as the "God Loves You" series.
Over the years, the ministry has morphed into a network of podcasters each with their own individual show but operating on the History with God podcast platform, "The Who's Your Daddy Podcast Network". Frank and Christina also avail themselves to minister at churches and their leadership. They have a 2-3 day workshop that trains churches in growing their congregation in very practical, Biblical ways.
The ministry sends out daily devotions to their subscribed members and partners, videos, articles, testimonies, and the podcast network.
"We've had such a huge response to the podcast," says Frank Sasso. "that we had to add a special segment called the 'GODcast Q&A' where listeners can have their questions answered and their comments and reviews read on the air. It's so cool serving the Lord this way!"