Getting ready for deployment

Another busy day. 8,000 Trace Minerals Research Packets, $2000 worth of medical supplies, and more supplies are en route. Tourniquets and Arabic tracts were donated and ready to go to the Refugees. More potential team members are being interviewed and we also are partnering with great organizations. We have met some amazing people along the way and are amazed and humbled by what God is doing.

We are grateful to be apart of this and see Gods goodness at work but we continually feel a heavy burden to pray and cry out for mercy for those still captive, those families torn apart, those still sitting in ISIS’ shadow with no help, and for the Kurdish fighters. Please continue to intercede with us for this horrendous situation. Not one of us is helpless, please set a daily timer and choose a verse to agree with against the enemy and for the refugees, set up a prayer group, pray before bed, fast, and pray for the burden of the Lord. Ask for divine strategic prayer strategy. Please don’t neglect the power of intercession. I will leave you with this quote and hope it reminds and encourages us to intercede. It is time to go to war..

“A terrifying thing happened while evil basked in its success: prayer and fasting. A godless man had no idea the well of divine power a person could access from praying knees.” -Beth Moore writing on what was happening as the edict had gone out to slaughter the Jews.

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3 thoughts on “Getting ready for deployment

  1. I am a Vietnam Veteran and a Christian. I am so proud of what you are doing. You are putting God in the middle of this and are a positive force. I am going to spread the word to as many people as I can including American Legion, VFW, DAV, to name a few not to mention getting this passed into the hands of Christians and churches who want to help. God Bless you.

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  2. I am also an Vietnam vet, and work with a Communications ministry out of Texas
    We not only build broadcast stations for Christian ministries, but help to get Communications gear into the hands of ministries. Do you or can you use some Communications gear, and do you have any comms expertise?
    Awesome Blessings Honor and Favor to you all
    Dave

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