Midwest Regional Apostolic Center
HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO HANDLE THAT PROBLEM?
Do you ever feel like life is just one long problem-solving exercise? Does your brain get tired of trying to figure out the "right" solution? How did they find solutions back in Bible days without the internet?
They sought God through fasting.
Fasting is denying yourself in order to hear from God. Matthew 6 tells us fasting is as important as giving and praying, "when you give...when you pray....when you fast". Yet, how many of us implement fasting into our regular schedule? It's too hard. I get too hungry. I have to fix dinner for my family anyway. I have a party to go to and it is just too tempting. I've tried, but I just can't do it. Next week. Next month. Do I really have to? Can't I just write a bigger check?
Attached in the pdf link are notes from Ginny's teaching on fasting this past Sunday.
We have corporately decided to follow the ancient path and fast each Tuesday.
We invite you to join us. Keep a journal. We want to hear how God uses fasting to
break through the walls you are facing.
WELCOME TO THE GLORY BARN!!!
What is the Glory Barn at the Midwest Regional Apostolic Center? It is a place for you to reconnect with Jesus. It is a place for inner healing. Let's face it--the world is a mixed up place. Everything seems upside down. People are divided. Families are divided. Prices are skyrocketing. Fear is rampant. We all need a place to hear Jesus. We need a place to reconnect with the excitement of loving Jesus.
That place is the Glory Barn. Once completed, we will be hosting dynamic speakers, providing a safe place to deal with inner hurts, equipping people with the skills to go out and help others, equipping people with the skills for spiritual warfare, and making connections with others throughout the country. At our last conference, we had people from eleven different states. Those connections are invaluable.
If you would like to be a part of this project, donations may be made by check or online. As a 501(c)3, your donation may be tax deductible. We stand on Proverbs 22:7, "the borrower is a slave to the lender" and are trusting God that this project will be completed debt free. For further information on the Glory Barn project or Midwest Regional Apostolic Center, contact Alec or Ginny Wade at hiscallministries.Ginny@gmail.com
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