• Pastor Mark Hisle

From the Pastor's Desk

It matters what we declare and believe for as we enter the New Year. Here is some of what I am meditating on:

1) The Lord is releasing the angels of abundant harvest. Where the enemy has resisted your harvest in years past, you will see blessing. The harvest at hand will be unprecedented in nature. In the words of Phil Collins, "I can feel it in the air tonight, oh Lord, and I've been waiting for this moment for all my life, oh Lord."

2) The harvest is tied to surrender. Those who surrender to God's will are going to reap where they have not sown. Surrendering is not just a decision, but a process.

3) God has empowered you. Never allow the devil to discourage you again. You are divinely prepared to accomplish the task God has assigned you. You can do something no one else can. He is with you to help you do what He has called you to. He gives power to impact nations by bringing the lost and hurting to Himself. We are summoned to the harvest field. God is releasing a spirit of evangelism upon earth. We are power-hungry for all the right reasons.

That's part of what I'm believing for in 2017 and beyond! Pray and fast with us in January.

Pastors Mark and Jennifer

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