Mary’s Exciting News: Inheriting Kingdom Destiny!

thehublogoHELLO EVERYONE!

It is with great humility and honor that I announce to you the most recent amazing move of Papa God in my life!

You may recall in early February I shared with you about my alignment into Kingdom Family under Leanne Goff at The HUB Atlanta Church.  At that time I could sense God’s hand and strategy in aligning me for destiny but I had no idea what was about to happen next.

THE EXCITING NEWS!

Long story short (and there is SO much to this amazing story!)… I am now witnessing years of divine strategic preparation and over a decade of prophetic words culminate as this divine alignment has made a way for me to receive Kingdom inheritance in my life… I am now becoming the Senior Leader of The HUB Atlanta Church. From a complete state of rest I have watched Papa God reveal his plan for Leanne Goff (Founder & Senior Leader of the HUB), for myself and for my continued assignment in this city.

After several months of divine alignment, prayerful consideration and due diligence, Leanne Goff has received her own Kingdom inheritance and as of August will relocate to be the Senior Pastor of Family of Faith Community Church in Newark, OH. Leanne and I have become family so that connection will never change, and she will remain the apostolic covering over The HUB Atlanta and myself. I will miss her dearly but know that obedience to the will of God is the best and most exciting thing for all of us!

RELOCATING THE HUB TO “THE HUB”

As part of the Kingdom strategy that has been in my heart and prophesied, The HUB Atlanta will be relocating from the Atlanta suburb of Suwanee, GA to “the hub” of Atlanta… downtown… where we will bring Heaven to earth and intentionally impact our community outside the four walls. Our exact home-base of operations is still being determined, but our website and facebook will continually be updated with the latest information. STAY TUNED!

The mandate of the HUB will remain the same… we will continue to be A FAMILY TRANSFORMING NATIONS… and we will begin with our own nation in downtown Atlanta. Finding our identity as sons and daughters and walking in destiny will remain at the heart of who we are in the Kingdom. Our goal is to see that true identity is revealed to all and that everyone we meet is released into their designed destiny.

EXPERIENCING THE GLORY REALM

Along with the timing of our transition, this weekend The HUB Atlanta and Glory City Church are hosting a conference called EXPERIENCING THE GLORY REALM with Leif Hetland and Jason Upton. For a limited time registration is $60 and its BUY ONE BRING ONE FREE! If you can only make Friday night you can pay $25 p/p. If you can only make Saturday, you can pay $35 p/p. Register now! Sessions include Friday evening at 7pm (July 25) and Saturday (July 26) at 9am, 2pm and 7pm. The HUB Atlanta Church will not meet on Sunday this weekend in lieu of the conference.

ETGR

A PARADIGM SHIFT

I stand in awe of Papa God as he continues to unfold my destiny before my eyes without even a hint of my instigating or striving. Just six months ago I strived to be a “might woman of God” and work toward obtaining my inheritance to reach the world for Christ. But today my entire paradigm has shifted due to my alignment with Leanne Goff… I am now a “little girl with a BIG Dad” who has learned that from a state of REST I can sit back and RECEIVE my inheritance instead of working toward it.

As Kris Vallotton preached a while back… destiny is indeed birthed through alignment in Kingdom family. Papa God has an inheritance for His sons and daughters and we can learn to lean back into Him and receive what is rightfully ours in the Kingdom. May you seek His heart as to where His perfect alignment is for YOU!

Love and Peace,

Mary

Mary’s Update: Kingdom Alignment in Kingdom Family

thehublogoIt is with great excitement that I share this amazing, recent shift in my life and ministry!

Through God’s divine leading (repeatedly, since July) which I finally responded to 🙂 I visited The HUB Atlanta church in Suwanee, GA in December. Little did I know that it would be a life changing visit resulting in a KINGDOM ALIGNMENT.

In the few short months of visiting The HUB, the Lord gave me fresh, new and deep revelation of KINGDOM FAMILY and it’s connection to DESIGNED DESTINY, and what it really means to be sons and daughters of Father God. He also showed me in greater measure the power of what can happen when God aligns spiritual sons and daughters with divinely positioned spiritual mothers or fathers.

I can’t even put into words what I am feeling inside other than there are hopes, dreams, visions, prophetic words and promises that have been buried in my heart for many years that almost seemed dormant. BUT GOD HAS STIRRED THEM AGAIN WITH A FRESH, RENEWED HOPE and He has assured me that A BIRTHING OF MANY OF THEM IS NOT FAR OFF! I’m so excited I can barely contain myself!  I cry tears of joy almost daily lately as I stand in awe of this divine alignment that found me even though I didn’t even know I needed it.

It is with great honor and privilege that I have joined the leadership team of The HUB Atlanta church under the senior leadership of Leanne Goff. Leanne is a mighty woman of God changing nations, but more than that she is a daughter. She knows who she is, and Who’s she is and she has profoundly affected my own sense of KINGDOM IDENTITY in the short time I’ve known her. Out of her passion, the HUB’s mission is to be “A FAMILY TRANSFORMING NATIONS.” Knowing for quite some time now that I too am a woman called to the nations, I am confident this alignment is going stretch me, challenge me and prepare me for the birthing of God’s DESIGNED DESTINY in my life as I learn to receive my rightful INHERITANCE of being a true daughter.

Acts 20:22-24
And see, now I go bound in the spirit to Jerusalem, not knowing the things that will happen to me there, except that the Holy Spirit testifies in every city, saying that chains and tribulations await me. But none of these things move me; nor do I count my life dear to myself, so that I may finish my race with joy, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God. NKJV

I ask for your continued prayers as I step into new levels of Kingdom action and influence. The warfare has increased so much since this shift which convinces me even more of the power of this alignment.

I’d also love for you to come and visit sometime! We meet on Sunday evenings at 3108 McGinnis Ferry Rd, Suwanee, GA (inside Gateway Church) at 5:30pm.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

Mary

Navigating Storms: Approaching the Thick Darkness Where God Is…

FURIOUS STORMS

If you watch the video above, I think you’ll agree that we all have days or seasons in life where we feel like this ship. I’m in one of those seasons right now… it’s one of those times where I am completely aware of the sovereignty of God and my utter inability to do anything. Just like this ship, I am completely dependent on Him to carry me safely through the storm.

In recent days, I have been trying to be like Jesus and “rest” during the storm. However, the temptation is to act more like the disciples than Jesus:

Matt 8:23-27  Then he got into the boat and his disciples followed him. Without warning, a furious storm came up on the lake, so that the waves swept over the boat. But Jesus was sleeping. The disciples went and woke him, saying, “Lord, save us! We’re going to drown!”  He replied, “You of little faith, why are you so afraid?” Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm.  The men were amazed and asked, “What kind of man is this? Even the winds and the waves obey him!”

Such is the life when you’re following Jesus. Why is there such a misconception in the church and world today that if you follow Jesus everything will be smooth sailing? Au Contraire! In fact, just like with the disciples…Jesus Himself will lead us to the boat, and WITHOUT WARNING, ferocious storms can come up on us in the blink of an eye. In fact, obedience to God will often defy logic and reasoning by the world’s standards and it can feel like a whirlwind is upon you as a result!

So the question is: What are you going to do when the dark clouds come? Are you going to run away from them, hide under the covers or allow deep depression to overtake you? Or will you recognize that God is in them, divinely working out your destiny?

IT IS IN THE GREATEST DARKNESS THAT THE LIGHT SHINES THE BRIGHTEST

The greatest moves of God always seem to be birthed from great seasons of darkness. Take Genesis 1 for example: it was out of great darkness that God brought LIGHT and LIFE to the earth. And in was in a great season of darkness that Jesus was crucified, yet it resulted in LIGHT and LIFE for us today. Just because a season is dark, doesn’t mean God isn’t right in the middle of it.

There is another reference to the darkness that confirms to us that God is indeed in the midst:

Ex 20:18-21  When the people saw the thunder and lightning and heard the trumpet and saw the mountain in smoke, they trembled with fear. They stayed at a distance and said to Moses, “Speak to us yourself and we will listen. But do not have God speak to us or we will die.” Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. God has come to test you, so that the fear of God will be with you to keep you from sinning.” The people remained at a distance, while Moses approached the thick darkness where God was.  

Today I am choosing to be like Moses and approach the thick darkness where God is… smack dab in the middle of my storm. I am going to trust and rely on my God who can calm the winds and the waves at His command. I am trusting and submitting to the inward work that He is doing in me to prepare me for what the future holds. I am confident that the storms I see around me are for my good and His Glory. I am trusting for Him to divinely show me every step, and I will obey no matter now unreasonable it appears!

I thank God for the Perfect Storm and rejoice with gratitude in the midst of it all! SHOW ME YOUR GLORY, LORD!

WILL THE STORMS EVER END?

Finally, I want to leave you with a reminder about what to expect after this storm passes and the flood waters recede in your situation:

Gen 8:1-4 But God remembered Noah and all the wild animals and the livestock that were with him in the ark, and he sent a wind over the earth, and the waters receded. Now the springs of the deep and the floodgates of the heavens had been closed, and the rain had stopped falling from the sky. The water receded steadily from the earth. At the end of the hundred and fifty days the water had gone down, and on the seventeenth day of the seventh month the ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat.

I looked up what ARARAT represents, since this is where the ark came to rest. It means:

ARARAT: Holy Ground;  a mountainous, volcanic region in Armenia; this elevated plateau of Armenia is eminently suited to have been the center from which the human race spread in all directions. Notwithstanding its high elevation the region is fertile, furnishing abundant pasture, and producing good crops … Some people believe that Noah’s ark still rests on Mount Ararat, and occasional expeditions have been launched to find it. However, shifting glaciers, avalanches, hidden crevices, and sudden storms make the mountain so difficult to climb that it is referred to by the native inhabitants of that region as “the Painful Mountain.” (from International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Electronic Database Copyright (c)1996 by Biblesoft and from Nelson’s Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Copyright (c)1986, Thomas Nelson Publishers)

This is our reminder that “crossing over” into destiny and the fulfilling of God’s promises in our lives brings new levels of responsibility and surrender. While it is an exciting, joyous time of leaving that stormy season, we will also be stretched to new levels and be called to endure even more treacherous terrain for the sake of His glory. This is a place of ELEVATION the Lord brings us to, from which we spread out in all directions to share the gospel through the testimony of our endurance and obedience. We will never escape the storms. We just learn to navigate through them in peace and trust, knowing that God is in them and is using them to take us to new levels for our good and His great glory.

Here are two songs that have ministered to me in seasons of storms and I pray they will minister to you too.

Many Blessings!

True Prophecy / False Prophecy? How can we know?

I’ve heard it said that the test of true prophecy is whether or not it comes to pass. Is this an accurate test?

Since coming to an understanding of my prophetic gift back in 2009, I’ve been learning much about prophecy. I want to share with you something that is of vital importance for us as the church to understand.

Many times in the last 14 years the Lord has revealed things to me that I believed he said would come to pass. Some of them have, others have not. Those experiences had left me concerned about my ability to really hear from God. If He said it, why didn’t it happen? If it didn’t happen, does that mean He didn’t say it? Or did I hear Him wrong? Or was that not God I was hearing?

I am currently re-reading THE HARVEST by Rick Joyner and felt led to share a portion of something he says regarding this very thing:

“It is the nature and purpose of prophecy not to just foretell events, but sometimes to provoke a response to the prediction that results in repentance and/or intercession that can change our destiny. We see a number of biblical examples of this, such as when Jonah preached in Nineveh. Even though Jonah did not preach a contingency that Nineveh’s overthrow could be averted by repentance, it is implied in almost every prophecy of judgment.

That Nineveh was not overthrown did not make Jonah a false prophet, but it was the fruit of a true and anointed prophetic word. How could such a heathen city possibly repent as it did with the preaching of one Jew, with no signs or miracles attesting to the word? It had to be the anointing on the word. It would seem that Jonah may have been the most anointed preacher until John the Baptist if we consider the impact. That anointing to bring repentance just at the preaching of the word is coming again.

I believe events contained in this prophecy [IN THE BOOK “THE HARVEST”] can likewise be changed by repentance and intercession. There are also events that cannot and/or will not be changed because of their intricate place in the unfolding of the ultimate purpose of God. How to distinguish these in this vision is not revealed here because it was not revealed to me. I was just given the understanding that this was so. Even so, I take it for granted that for every negative event or judgment, it can be changed by repentance and intercession. I think it is right to seek this unless the Lord makes it clear that it will happen.

It is the nature of prophecy, both biblical prophecy and that which comes by the New Covenant gift of prophecy, to be general. There are exceptions, but they are exceptions. Even so, general prophecy can be just as valuable as the most specific. It is not just knowing the future, but being prepared for it that should be our goal.

If the Lord wanted to impress us with His ability to foretell, he could have been far more specific in His own biblical predictions. He could have given the names, dates, and specifics of coming world leaders, nations and wars. Instead of just staying that knowledge would increase, He could have foretold the inventing of aircraft, space travel, etc. usually prophecy is very general, but occasionally the Lord will get more specific in what he reveals. This vision [IN THE BOOK “THE HARVEST”] contains some of each.

Again, it is in His purpose and for our best interest that he keeps us seeking Him for the important details to fill in the blanks. “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings is to search out a matter” (Proverbs 25:2) The Lord uses prophecy to awaken searching hearts in His people. He has called us to rule in this life and it is the nature of godly kings to search out the mysteries and purposes of God. I can take the things that he revealed generally here as an invitation to seek Him for more detail and so should you. You may take the details and seek to know why? I think the Lord delights in such caring that compels us to want to know more.” [THE HARVEST, Rick Joyner, pages 21-23)

And so it is with ALL things… God’s number one purpose in ALL that He does is to be in deeper and deeper relationship with His Beloved. By design, he draws us to Himself… to know more… to know Him more.

Some prophecies do not come to pass because they are false prophecies. Others do not come to pass because God’s people prayed and the outcome was changed. But only through seeking Him to know more can we even begin to understand any prophetic word. And even then, we may only know in part.

In my opinion, some people spend more time criticizing prophetic words and the people who spoke them to the detriment of the glory of God. If they spent that time seeking God and seeking truth, instead of tearing down and pointing out what they believe is false, they would bear more fruit in their lives and ministries. We can trust God with those who do speak false prophesies.  He will deal with those who speak falsely in His name more than any mortal man ever could.

In closing, I think Rick Joyner summed up the most important thing for us to know about prophecy in once sentence:

The Lord uses prophecy to awaken searching hearts in His people.”

Awaken (REVIVE) us Lord!

We desire to know You more!

Rick Joyner’s book “THE HARVEST” is a summary of a vision that has become one of the most widely circulated prophecies in recent times… it went to the top of the best seller list in many nations. I encourage every Christian to read it. To order the 25th Anniversary Edition click here: http://www.morningstarministries.org/store/books/rick-joyner/new-harvest-25th-anniversary-edition

Imperfect People Loving a Perfect God

Lately I’ve been in a very humbling season and it is drawing me ever closer to my great Lord and King… this is a most incredible season of my life! I am so full of joy at seeing the work of God’s hand as he tenderly and strategically uses his scalpel to dissect my soul and align my life to His perfect pleasing. I gladly lay myself at His altar daily while He perfects the things that concern me.

As we journey though life desiring only to please God, we must learn to discern between His will, the enemy’s temptation, and our own desires. While being in His will is our ultimate desire, other desires (which are not necessarily bad things) can become so strong that they drive our decisions and steal our focus. And if we’re not careful we can find ourselves out of the will of God. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve fallen into some type of sinful behavior, but it means that somehow you’ve become distracted by something other than what God desires you to be focused on.

Sometimes this happens because we get caught up in our emotions and are led by our flesh (mind, will, emotions, physical desires) rather than our Spirit. We all have areas of our life that are more susceptible to this misleading. For each of us, those areas are likely different. Often it’s the areas of life where you perceive you are lacking in some way. There may be promises from God that have not yet been fulfilled and the eagerness to see them come to pass can cause us to fall into this deception. The trap is that our mind will use reasoning and logic to justify our emotional decisions, therefore believing them to be the will of God. Just think of Abram and Sarai when they decided to create Ishmael. In this case they justified an immoral act in an attempt to see the promises of God come to pass. But it is also possible for us to create our own Ishmael even if our decision is not immoral. Anything that takes time and energy away from God’s desired focus for you is a problem.

The way to avoid falling into this trap is to take ample time to fast and pray before making these decisions. The enemy wants nothing more than for you to be out of alignment with God’s will. God is faithful and He will show you His will and desire for you. If His desire is different from yours, you must be willing to surrender it to Him… trusting and knowing that your Father in Heaven knows best. His ways are higher than your ways and He sees the end from the beginning, so in Him you can trust.

If you’ve already fallen into the “trap” and find yourself regretting a decision, it’s never too late to repent. Your loving Father understands your weaknesses and desires you to grow and learn from your experiences. Ask forgiveness and then forgive yourself. Whatever consequences you have in the natural as a result of your decision are not too big for God to get you through. It is better to get back on the right path than continue on the wrong one.

Another important way to learn from your experience is to think back to the details of how it unfolded. You will likely see some red flags or recall some checks in your Spirit that may have been God’s warning that you were heading in the wrong direction. But your overwhelming desire to see that promise come to pass may have overridden those warnings and justified your cause. These lessons are invaluable for us. They teach us the power of our own desires, the power of logic and reason, but they also teach us about the faithfulness of God. Not one child of God is above being misled by the flesh or the enemy. We have a tendency to think we should know better, but that is nothing short of pride. No one ever “arrives”.

Now… don’t “pick yourself up by your bootstraps” and purpose that you’ll never do that again, but humbly lay yourself down on the altar and say “apart from you Lord, I am sure to fail again… help me to stay in a state of complete surrender so I remain in your perfect will and hear your voice in all decisions I make going forward.” And above all… patiently wait on God and remain in an attitude of praise and thanksgiving in all circumstances. For this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.

James 1:12-17

Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. When tempted, no one should say, “God is tempting me.” For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; but each one is tempted when, by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death. Don’t be deceived, my dear brothers. Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows. NIV    

2 Cor 12:9-10

But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong. NIV

Ps 138:8

The Lord will fulfill [his purpose] for me; your love, O Lord, endures forever — do not abandon the works of your hands. NIV

1 Thess 5:16-24

Be joyful always; pray continually;give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. Do not put out the Spirit’s fire; do not treat prophecies with contempt. Test everything. Hold on to the good. Avoid every kind of evil. May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through. May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The one who calls you is faithful and he will do it. NIV

Ps 100:4-5

Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. NIV

BE DETERMINED – Powerful Revelation From Nehemiah

“The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because they are generally the same people.”

“If you start building, you will soon be battling; so, be prepared!”

Under the Lord’s prompting, I am again studying Nehemiah. I want to share some powerful revelation from Warren Wiersbe that is timeless and always worth reviewing. Warren Wiersbe has a Bible commentary known as the “BE” series. Each book of the Bible is reviewed and his commentaries on each book are titled “BE _________”.  The book of Nehemiah is “BE DETERMINED”. Below is an excerpt that I’m certain will bless you.  All of Mr. Wiersbe’s commentaries are amazing. BE BLESSED! 🙂

From BE DETERMINED:

“When things are going well, get ready for trouble, because the enemy doesn’t want to see the work of the Lord make progress. As long as the people in Jerusalem were content with their sad lot, the enemy left them alone; but, when the Jews began to serve the Lord and bring glory to God’s name, the enemy became active.

Opposition is not only an evidence that God is blessing, but it is also an opportunity for us to grow. The difficulties that came to the work brought out the best in Nehemiah and his people. Satan wanted to use these problems as weapons to destroy the work, but God used them as tools to build His people. “God had one Son without sin,” said Charles Spurgeon, “but He never had a son without trial.”

When Sir James Thornhill was painting the inside of the cupola of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, at one point he finished an area and stepped back to view it. Had he gone back one step more, he would have fallen from the scaffolding and perhaps killed himself. Seeing the situation, a friend seized one of the brushes and rubbed paint over a part of the picture. The artist rushed forward to protect his work, and at the same time, his life was saved. When the picture of our life or ministry is not all we think it ought to be, perhaps the Master Artist is rescuing us from something far worse and preparing us for something far better.

Nehemiah Chapters 4 to 6 describe at least nine different tactics that the enemy used to try to stop the work on the walls.  First, they attacked the Jewish people with ridicule (4:1-6) and plots of war (vv. 7-9). This resulted in difficulties within the Jewish ranks: discouragement (v. 10), fear (vv. 11-23), and selfishness (5:1-19). When attacks on the people failed to stop the work, the enemy then started to attack their leader, Nehemiah. They tried compromise (6:1-4), slander (vv. 5-9), threats (vv. 10-14) and intrigue (vv. 17-19); but none of these devices worked either. Nehemiah was “steadfast and unmovable” and led his people to finish the work in fifty-two days! When the enemy fails in his attacks from the outside, he then begins to attack from within.

Referring to Satan, Paul wrote, “For we are not ignorant of his devices” (2 Cor. 2:11). This chapter presents four of Satan’s devices for opposing the Lord’s work, and it also tells us how God’s people can be steadfast and defeat the enemy.

Under Nehemiah’s gifted leadership, the people completed the rebuilding of the walls. Now all that remained to do was the restoration of the gates and the strengthening of the community within the walls. Since Sanballat and his friends had failed miserably in their attempts to stop the people from working, they decided to concentrate their attacks on Nehemiah. If they could eliminate him, or even discredit him, they could mobilize their allies living in Jerusalem (Neh. 6:17-18) and take over the city.

The average person doesn’t realize the tremendous pressures and testings that people experience day after day in places of leadership. Leaders are often blamed for things they didn’t do and criticized for things they tried to do. They are misquoted and misunderstood and rarely given the opportunity to set the record straight. If they act quickly, they are reckless; if they bide their time, they are cowardly or unconcerned. Referring to the pressures of leadership, President Harry Truman wrote in Mr. Citizen, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen!”

People in places of spiritual leadership not only have the pressures that all leaders face, but they must also battle an infernal enemy who is a master deceiver and a murderer. Satan comes either as a serpent who deceives or a lion who devours (2 Cor. 11:3; 1 Peter 5:8), and Christian leaders must be alert and spiritually equipped to oppose him. It behooves God’s people to pray earnestly, not only for those in civil authority (1 Tim. 2:1-3), but also for those in places of spiritual authority. If Satan can defeat a Christian leader, he can cripple a whole ministry and discredit the cause of Christ.

The enemy’s main purpose was to generate fear in the heart of Nehemiah and his workers (Neh. 6:9, 13-14, 19), knowing that fear destroys faith and paralyzes life. Adolph Hitler wrote, “Mental confusion, contradiction of feeling, indecisiveness, panic; these are our weapons.” Both Jesus (Luke 13:31-35) and Paul (Acts 21:10-14) had to face the specter of fear, and both overcame it by faith.

Nehemiah didn’t listen to the enemy’s lies. He and the people completed the wall and hung the gates in only fifty-two days, much to the chagrin of their adversaries (Neh. 6:15-16).

Satan used four strategies in attacking Nehemiah, strategies that he still uses against spiritual leaders today.

  1. Compromise: The enemy will offer to “help” (Neh 6:1-4)
  2. Slander / False Accusation: The enemy will try to discredit leader’s character (Neh 6:5-9)
  3. Conspiracy / Threats: Opposition & pressure from all around (Neh 6:10-14)
  4. Intrigue: Secret plotting even after it appears victory was attained (Neh 6:15-19)”

I pray you are blessed and encouraged by Warren Wiersbe’s commentary on this portion of Nehemiah and would consider reading it in it’s entirety!

BE DETERMINED!

Hello Friends! I have exciting news!

Hello Friends!

I am excited to announce that on Saturday, April 21st I will be hosting and teaching my first-ever One-Day Conference called RADICAL INFUSION (http://www.radicalinfusion.org/What-is-Radical-Infusion-.html).

And I need your help!

Here’s how:

  • Please PRAY: It is so important this event be covered in prayer!
  • Please ATTEND: Your support would mean so much to me, plus I guarantee you will never be the same!
  • Please REGISTER: It’s FREE but registration is required. http://radicalinfusion.eventbrite.com/ (there will be $5 cash lunches available from Chick-fil-A so registration is important for us to know how many to order)
  • Please SHARE: Tell everyone you know; invite your friends, forward this email or create your own; “like” and share our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/radicalinfusion); tweet about us on twitter (and follow us too @radicalinfusion); and posters and postcards are available if you would like to distribute them at your church or in your circle of friends.

This is something God has shown me would happen for a long time, and it’s finally here.

I pray you will join me on April 21st for YOUR Radical Infusion!

Blessings to all,

Mary

info@radicalinfusion.org

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