A few weeks ago during Revive Tupelo I was given a new word! Ready for it? LIGHT! When my team and I went out Saturday morning we noticed traffic lights, street lights, caution lights, head lights, etc. I started making it complicated because the traffic light itself could hold so many meanings – proceed withContinue reading “Let It Shine!”
Last weekend I was so disappointed that I didn’t get to go out on Saturday morning with Revive Tupelo because I woke up at 2:00 a.m. sick. However, being a part of this amazing ministry has opened my eyes to things around me and I have been trying to be more in tuned with theContinue reading “Warrior”
As I shared two weeks ago, the Holy Spirit gave me the word “open” at Revive Tupelo. I tried and tried to figure out what it meant…I began wondering if He was going to open a door…do I need to open my eyes…is He wanting me to be open to a big change…you get theContinue reading “Open”
The second time I went out with Revive Tupelo I ended up leading an amazing team. I questioned if I was ready to be a leader, but I submitted to His authority. We prayed for the Holy Spirit’s prompting and we were given the word green. We set off and down Green Street. WeContinue reading “God’s Perfect Timing”
I so needed this confirmation…humbled the Lord reached out to me in this fashion!
The first two training before engage week transformed my life. The lesson on “Jesus’ Approach” taught me how to interact with others by doing four simple things: LOVE-LISTEN-DISCERN-RESPOND. In John 4:1-42, Jesus taught us to go out of our way, set aside our own needs, and embrace the ignored, despised, and ashamed. When He engagedContinue reading “Equipping the Saints”
Last year I heard the Holy Spirit speak the word BODY. I began seeking its meaning and found – 1 Cor. 6:19-20 “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought atContinue reading “BODY”
The first time I went out on a team with Revive Tupelo, the Lord taught me numerous things. The father of the young lady on our team told us to let her hit the ball out of the park. We prayed before leaving the church and the Holy Spirit gave us the word converse. OnceContinue reading “Converse”