...mission statement...

To help people restore their relationship with God and to modify lives to represent Christ.

Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

-Galatians 6:2

...our goal...

Through the means of helping people with their automotive needs, we may be able to show them the love of Christ in a practical way that reaches them where they are.


In Loving Memory...

Dr. Ernest Bernard Hall, Jr.Dr. Ernest Bernard Hall, Jr.

Ernest Bernard Hall, Jr, MD (Ernie) was born on September 12, 1953, in Parsons, Kansas. He was the son of Ernest and Eileen (Langley) Hall. He grew up in Fort Scott, Kansas and graduated from Fort Scott High School in 1971. He was an active member of First Baptist Church in Fort Scott.

Ernest attended Pittsburg State College and graduated in 1974. He went on to study at the University of Kansas Medical School and graduated with an M.D. in 1978. He practiced medicine in Hiawatha and Robinson KS from 1981 to 1984. He then moved with his family to Bolivar, MO, where he was employed at Citizens Memorial Hospital as the Director of Emergency Care. 

Ernest moved to Branson, MO in 1992, and worked in the Emergency Room at Skaggs Hospital and continued to work in other area hospitals. He worked within the St. John's Hospital System, opening a new office in Hollister in 1996. After two years he went to work at Family Medical Walk-In Clinic in Springfield, MO. In 2004, Ernest opened OmniHealth, LLC in Springfield, MO, where he has been self-employed ever since. 

Ernest married Patricia Goltra in 1972. They had five children; Daniel Ernest, Patricia Denise, Christina Marie, Stephanie Diane and Laura Elaine.

Ernest Married Andrea Giesen in 1995. He had five step-children; Bernadette, Brian, Patrick, William and Danielle Dohmen. Ernest and Andrea added a child of their own, Erin Lynne, in 1996.

Ernest was raised in the Baptist church, and his faith never waivered. His strong belief in the Lord carried him through many difficult situations and decisions. He tried to share and encourage this faith with everyone he knew. While he may have been away from church at times, he was never absent from God's presence. He found a permanent home at Evergreen Church in Springfield, where he gave freely of his time, talents and treasures. He taught Sunday school classes, helped with many church events, supported ministries, and raised his voice in praise. His faith carried over in his home life, his family and his work. He saw the wonder of God in nature, which was one of his passions. He enjoyed repairing and restoring cars, and was active in The GearHead Ministries, which was founded to help people find or repair cars with little or no cost to them.

Ernest (Ernie) Hall went Home on April 6, 2014, where he now rests in the arms of Jesus. He is preceded in death by his father, Ernest B. Hall, Sr. He is survived by his wife, Andrea (Giesen) Hall and daughter Erin Hall of the home; son, Daniel (Amanda Cowen) Hall; daughters, Denise (John) Patton; Christina (John) Hilton; Stephanie (Jacob) Myers; Laura Hall (Ryan Francis); step-children, Bernadette (Justin) Massey; Brian Dohmen (Jennifer DiStefano); Patrick Dohmen (Julie Brenner); Will (Abbie Church) Dohmen, and Danielle Mills; 21 grandchildren and sisters, Sherrie (Floyd) Gentry and Lynne Oberst. He also leaves behind many brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and countless friends who will all miss him dearly.

Funeral services will be held at 10 am, Monday, May 12, 2014, in Evergreen Baptist Church, 3225 N Farm Road 123 Springfield, MO, with visitation also in the church on Sunday, May 11, from 2-7 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to GearHead Ministries at www.gearheadministries.org or GearHead Ministries 2131 W Republic Rd #268, Springfield, MO 65807.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.
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5th Annual Car & Truck Show

Hey Hey Hey it’s time to start thinking about and planning on coming to the 5th Annual GearHead Ministries Car and Truck show with Fish Fry! Saturday September 6th, 2014.  Whether you are a car owner or just a car enthusiast this is the place to be! Our own local “Mater” the tow truck will be on hand, so come out and take your picture with him. We are at the same great location and having the same great fish.


Important Forms/Flyers:

Behind Their Wheel

You're a single mom or a family, barely making ends meet, you go to work, pay bills, and what's left buys food. Then the car breaks down! What do you do? It's a vicious cycle!! If you can't fix the car, you can't get to work; no work means no money to support your family. So what do you do? With the soaring prices of everything, there are more and more people finding themselves in this situation. Even with something as simple as the brakes wearing out, they find that they can't afford to fix the car and thus this cycle can be started up.  YOU CAN HELP! By giving your tax deductible donations to GearHead Ministries you can help us stop this cycle from starting up its noisy engine of despair. Here's how to help:
Go to www.gearheadministries.org and donate today!

Please Help!

Dear GearHead enthusiasts and supporters, it has been a good year thus far however finances have been tough.

Your donation of any amount would very helpful and appreciated. All donations are completely tax deductible. You can donate securely with your credit/debit card through the website and Paypal with just a few clicks or send us a check or money order to the below address.

Our address:

    Gearhead Ministries
    2769 W Camino Alto St
    Springfield, MO 65810

Please pray for God to show us His wisdom and give us His guidance for the next year and beyond.

In Jesus Name,

Jr Courtois

Pres. GearHead Ministries