About Sweetwater Ministries, Inc.

Sweetwater Ministry's fervent desire is to combine the ministry of song as well as the spoken word, to bring encouragement, joyfulness and refreshment to all.

We have dedicated our lives to this ministry in whatever form, capacity or location God sees fit to place in our path. This journey has led us to Prisons, Soup Kitchens, Wayside Missions, Truck Stops, the Desert Camps of the homeless, and areas devastated by natural disasters.

For seven of our earlier years we lived and traveled the United States in our converted "Eagle" bus, accompanied by our "Momma Girl" (Joy's mother who had been left blind and disabled from an auto accident 20 years earlier).

In the fall of 2005, we stopped in Las Vegas to Co-Pastor where we had assisted in starting a work there a couple years earlier. On January 10, 2006 our precious "Momma Girl" received her promotion.

We sold the bus and found a Gulfstream Motor Home; returning to our call as "Missionaries to America." During November of 2008 while in Oregon, visiting friends, we were asked to Interim Pastor the Assembly of God in Tulelake, California. In November, 2010 the Pastor of First Baptist Church in Tulelake underwent lung cancer treatments.  We were asked to be Interim Pastor during treatments and recovery.

Don also drove many miles as the bus driver for Bev McCann & Friends.

Then, in early 2017, Don was called to be the Pastor of First Baptist Tulelake, and we have now made this small northern California town our home.

While not traveling, holding revival meetings, or mentoring one of the many pastors who shepherd in churches accross this great nation, we will be available and on the road. Please view our itinerary.

For a booking or further information: Please feel free to contact us.  We travel anywhere, and anytime the door of opportunity opens; to share the good news of God's love and compassion; to uplift existing ministry with fresh warmth of just caring one for the other. We are but servants. We wait for the day we hear HIS call, "Come Home, Faithful Servant."

Thank you for your time and interest,
Rev Don & Joy McCloud