On Tuesday of engage week, my team was given a map with my church on it. I was excited as I wanted to share how God was moving in this ministry to our pastor. However, he was unavailable. We were able to pray with the church secretary about some of her concerns, so we believedContinue reading “All the time, God is good!”
We set off to complete the task we set out to do this morning, but again it was not God’s plan. We drove by the fire station but nobody was there. My mother and grandmother were unable to be a part physically, so we brought Revive Tupelo to them. We shared about what happened earlier thatContinue reading “Great is Thy Faithfulness”
This morning I felt we needed to follow up with the fire department; however, the Lord had other plans. Several of our team members wanted coffee before we headed out so we stopped at a convenience store. We prayed for two people pumping fuel before we even went inside.
Our team was given a map with two churches in Amory which is about a 30 minute drive from Tupelo. We were only allotted 2 hours, so we decided to begin heading in that direction to see what the Lord had in store for us. We stopped in Nettleton at a business and our leaderContinue reading “His Business”
This afternoon my team returned to the church in time for me to attend a meeting about how to become a team member with Time To Revive. I was called “lint” before I even went out on my first outing, so I wanted to see what this was all about. Two of the first peopleContinue reading “Open – Part 2”
During one of our trainings Kyle explained how to figure out how many people were needed to start revival in Tupelo based on Jesus using 12. The answer for Tupelo is 19. The scripture “the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few” kept running through my mind. This morning, Kyle asked all of the localsContinue reading “Powerful Weapon”
While my morning team was driving to our destination, we talked about how our Heavenly Father likes to watch His children have fun doing His work. We felt we were on a scavenger hunt, He was giving us clues, and we just needed to be alert and tuned-in with Him.
My team left out of the church parking lot full of joy and laughing hysterically. We talked about how excited and happy we were about the upcoming week and in the background we noticed the song “Oh Happy Day” on the radio. We knew God was setting the tone for an amazing week.
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”