Andrew M. Testimony

This was my first winter camp meeting and also my first time in the call center.  There were main things that really hit home throughout the meetings.  The first was a practical experience which really taught me a lot.  While I was in the call center for the first time I could feel the tangible difference between people who were pulling on the anointing and those that were just sitting back waiting for something to happen. It was an awesome learning experience and I am looking forward to learning more about it through the experiences that I have to come in the call center.

The second thing that I took away from the camp meeting was the amazing experiences and revelations of God’s love for me.  There were times in Praise and Worship where uncontrollable tears would stream down my face as the presence of God filled the place and I was able to just sit or stand there and exchange love with God.  Totally phenomenal.  –Andrew M.

But if you talk to family counselors, you know what the number one way to communicate relational values to your children is, moms? The number one way to communicate relational values? Love your spouse.

Honorata M. Testimony

I was serving in the call center and some one called asking for prayer so that she could be filled with the joy of the Lord.  My joy was not full and little did I realize that I also needed to be filled with the joy of the lord also. I shared the scriptures that covered the promises of the joy of the lord.

I started praying for this saint of God and all of a sudden I was filled with the joy of the Lord and in turn the person that I was praying for was filled and busted out laughing on the other end of the phone. We just laughed and laughed and through out the period I was at the call centre I was full of joy. Glory to God. -Honorata M.

Love your spouse. The number one fear children have is that mommy and daddy will separate and they will get a divorce. Let me illustrate. Lee Beth was a year and a half old. She was at her high chair.