Preparation For Next Week

I will be ministering Monday through Sunday next week in the city of Glendale, California. This is a city known as “Little Armenia” because of the number of wonderful Armenians who live there. I am going to be working with pastor Loris Esmaelian whom I met while in Yerevan, Armenia in April. As a result of this meeting and a prophetic word over his life he has graciously extended an offer to come and minister to the Armenian people that he pastors in Glendale, California. This is, as I mentioned yesterday, my first visit to this city and this local church.

The topic is “Equipping a supernatural church” and I will be training and equipping his people to understand the power of God, the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and how to minister to others supernaturally. Of course, as always, I will be speaking about evangelizing as well. So, an opportunity to teach and then call people up to work with me and receive hands-on, practical training on how to flow in the nine gifts of the Spirit. Of course, I am hoping there are a lot of young people because I love to teach and train those who are between 16 and 36 years of age. They are usually so hungry for more of God and all that He has planned for their lives.

Please pray for all those who will be attending the various services and training events being held. Pray that their hearts would be open to all that the Holy Spirit wants to say and do. pray that they will enter in to the flow of the Spirit and learn how to move in supernatural power. Pray that they will receive the challenge that God is going to issue to go into their world and share Jesus. Pray that every day and every meeting will be guided and directed by the Spirit and that all those in leadership will sense the direction of the Spirit for each event. Pray that this Armenian church will be seriously blessed.

Remember, our prayers are very important to the success of all ministry trips and the apostolic work God has called this ministry to undertake.

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