Bonnie Minnick, a young leader from Montana writes about the life-changing experience she had at the 2016 U.S. Aglow Conference. “Conference was very powerful for me. During worship on Thursday God spoke three things to me 1) to believe in myself 2) that my Heavenly Father does not think little of me, and 3) that He is awakening me to declare His victory.
“As Fairborn Aglow entered 2016 we were stirred to continue focusing on community outreach,” writes Tina Marie Brown, Aglow Fairborn President. Tina continues, “We drew our inspiration from Jane Hanson Hoyt, who gave us direction in the US Leaders Digest.
On New Year’s Day a team of 16 men and women ministered on the streets of Pasadena, California for the 2017 Aglow Transformation Rose Parade Outreach. There were three generations working together to share Jesus with the thousands of people on the parade route.
“Since becoming a partner with Aglow over a year ago I have seen lives changed and miracles happen, not just in my home but in the homes of others as well. I have felt supernatural growth in my daily walk with Jesus as I am pursuing a Godly life."
Around 100 transformed men and women came to the Transformation Share Partners gathering on Friday afternoon at the 2016 US Aglow Conference to receive training, tickets, and tracts to help them share their faith and pray with people they met.
To bring awareness to human trafficking, the Enfield CT Aglow Community Lighthouse received permission from the Enfield Library to put up a display in the front of the library educating people about human trafficking.
As the training for the West Virginia began, a word came to, “Open your alabaster box. Sing a new song. I am here. This is a new time, a new season. Don’t hold back, surrender all. Who has heard the good things Heaven has for those who love Him.”
A couple of years ago, Jean Priest, Minnesota - Northeast Area Team, had in her heart to build a bridge with the local police department. She was encouraged to go for it and pioneer something new! What began as a vision in her heart has grown into the “Adopt-A-Cop” program in Minnesota.
The Pittsburg Kansas Community Lighthouse felt led of the Lord to start blessing and actively interceding for their police and fire Depts., so they decided to visit and bless them alternating months with both departments.