Highlights from 2018

Highlights from reviveTX

Hebrews 10:24-25   This year I was able to join the Texas team on two separate occasions.  Red River is the poorest county in the state and the hardest ground I have ministered in so far.  I met numerous dynamic believers each serving the Lord with all their might.  Our team was able to encourage them to join efforts so they wouldn’t get discouraged or grow weary.  I can’t wait to hear how the Lord uses this remnant to flip that county upside down!

Ezekiel 22:30   At the host church in Abilene, I met a group of mighty women who have been meeting together and praying over the city for years.  They taught me so much about intercessory prayer and the importance of discerning not only evil, but also where God is moving so we can join His work. 

Highlights from reviveWI

During my trip back to Wisconsin, I was able to sit in with the founder of Mining the Truth Ministries as he led inner healing prayer sessions.  It was amazing to see how the Lord used this time to equip and to heal.

Towards the end of our time in Marshfield, one of our teammates challenged us to win at least one person to the Lord daily.  I was discouraged because I couldn’t see anyway to be able to accomplish this. I knew I would be in the church leading intercessory prayer and not on the streets with teams.  When I was asked to sit in on two individual prayer sessions, I not only was a part of leading one person to the Lord, but two people!  What a lesson in humility and putting limits on what God can do, amen?

Highlights from reviveFL

Tampa is known as the one of the nation’s major “hub” cities for human trafficking because of its port.  It was encouraging to discover there is a faith based initiative there and they have successfully gotten a church to adopt each strip club. They make contact with the dancers on a monthly basis.  I had the privilege of getting to be on the team that poured into the “church ladies” who actually go into the clubs and minister to the girls. Please be in prayer that His light will overcome the darkness; that the dancers will become His daughters and the clubs will be used for restoration.

Highlights from reviveOH

I can hardly put into words how much my time in Hancock County meant to me.  This is where I was born and my extended family still reside.  My family had a tragedy two years ago and they had not seen each other since.  I tried to arrange lunch with my cousins, but the Lord orchestrated something better.  He arranged for the whole family to get together!  Two of my teammates came and we were able to share the Bibles and wrist bands with everyone. We also prayed and ministered to several family members individually!

Highlights from reviveMS

When I am not traveling, I assist with reviveTUPELO.  We still engage in a monthly outreach.  Please be praying for Yazoo City, as they have expressed an interest for reviveMS to come to their city!

Highlights from reviveSCHOOL

On December 31, we will have completed one of two years of reading and studying the Bible daily.  I get to lead a women’s discussion group every week to share about what we’ve learned as we go deeper into His Word.  If you would like more information, please go to the website.  http://www.reviveschool.org

Published by Susan Naron

I am a daughter of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords! I am humbled that He calls me His own! I am learning to walk more boldly and confidently in who He has created me to be. My prayer is others will come to know Jesus as their Savior, identify with who they are in Him so they too can walk out the calling He’s places on their lives!

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