4 YEARS and counting!

Dear Family and Friends,

Here is a brief recap of what the Lord has been doing in my life.

2015-2016

October marked 4 years since the Lord called me into full time ministry as a team member with TTR. Up to then, I worked as a victim’s advocate for a domestic violence shelter and rape crisis center for 9 years and lead a Christ-centered 12-step ministry for a local congregation for almost 10 years.

Once I experienced the unity of churches coming together as Christ’s body through TTR, I knew I was where I belonged. The ministry set my heart on fire and I wanted to be part of something that helps lukewarm believers rekindle their fire and equip them to share the Gospel.

2017

I became eligible to serve for 50 days in reviveTX :: Denton. This was my first experience with getting to baptize someone and seeing miraculous healings! (Matthew 10:7-8)      I was also able to go to reviveWI :: Wassau where my favorite memory centered around feeding the homeless. We met both their physical and spiritual needs! (Romans 15:1-7) I continued meeting regularly with reviveMS to pray with people in the community and with clergy in Tupelo.

2018

I joined the Texas team in Red River County and Abilene. I learned more about intercessory prayer and the importance of discerning not only evil, but also where God is moving so we can join His work. In Marshfield, WI one of our teammates challenged us to win at least one person to the Lord that day. I was discouraged because I needed to remain at the church and wouldn’t be able to hit the streets. God had other plans and brought people to the church where I was a part of leading not just one person to Jesus, but two! (Psalm 37:4)

The Lord used my work experience in Tampa, FL. My team poured into the “church ladies” who go into strip clubs to minister to the girls working there. Please pray His light will overcome the darkness and the dancers will become His daughters!

reviveOH :: HancockCo. was an answered prayer. This is my birthplace and where my extended family resides. The Lord orchestrated a reunion and two teammates shared the Bibles, wristbands, and ministered to several family members.

2019

This year, I have been back to Wisconsin, Ohio, Texas Florida, and Indiana. When not traveling, I assist my local team in Tupelo, MS and lead a discussion group for reviveSCHOOL; a two-year Bible study going deeper into His Word. I would love for you to join my team.

Here are 3 ways you can partner with me:

  • Prayer is essential. I covet your prayers.
  • Join us monthly to hit the streets and share the Gospel!  If you are interested, dates and times are posted on timetorevive.com under “Locations.”
  • Financial contributions are essential in allowing me to continue serving as a full time team member.  Please consider making a monthly gift online at timetorevive.com under “Team Members, Susan Naron.” Or, you can choose to make a check payable to Time To Revive and note on the memo line: Account #128A (not team member name).

If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 662-871-3872 or email snaron@timetorevive.com. I welcome the opportunity to share more about my journey and how you can get involved. Thank you in advance for your partnership!

In His Steps,

Susan Naron

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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