something huge

It was an amazing weekend. And not just at fresh life, but all over the country, and the world. I believe God is on the move ALL the time, every day, and that every weekend, there are churches that open God’s Word excitedly expectant to hear from Him.

But this weekend was a special one. Every fresh life campus I went to, every person I talked to, there was this sense of excitement and awe that we get to be part of something bigger than us. Something huge.

At fresh life, we had the honor of welcoming Nick Hall of the Reset Movement as well as Propaganda. Nick expressed his excitement and God’s heart to reset our hearts through prayer and seeking God in this generation. He said to reset something is to get a system working to it’s intended or created purpose, and God created us to bring Him glory, and to be expectant and ready for the things He wants to do through us.

At the very same time, we as a church were rallying with Greg Laurie and Harvest America, along with thousands of host venues across the nation and the world to present the Gospel and lift up the name of Jesus. My husband has had the honor of hosting the Harvest Crusades for the past seven years (he does such a terrific job btw!), and we as a church love that we get to have such a huge investment in these events and more specifically in the lives that are changed by Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection!


[photo: Harvest Ministries]

We got to be a host venue on Sunday night in Billings, Kalispell, and Missoula, and we just felt like we were part of something…HUGE.

This is how I feel every day, every week. God is on the move. [“The eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal to Him.” 2 Chronicles 16:9]  We are experiencing His power in changing people’s lives all over Montana and beyond, and that’s just a small piece of the work He’s doing at large!

We get to be on this team, on HIS team and it’s an honor. God doesn’t need us to accomplish His will, but He delights in using the foolish things of the world, and that’s us. And it’s huge.

“For since the beginning of the world, men have not heard nor perceived by the ear, nor has the eye seen any God besides You, who acts for the one who waits for Him.” Isaiah 64:4


[photo: Harvest Ministries]

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