Anticipating Northwest Ablaze!

We have an event coming up in just a few days, called Northwest Ablaze.  It will be combined with my celebration of twenty-five years in full- time ministry.  We have people coming in from all over the world, special guest speakers, an anointed worship leader who we have brought up from Florida, videos of my Alaskan ministry to the villages, the international ministry from forty nations, and more.  People are...

What Is Your Spiritual Temperature? (Part 1)

It is important to hear what The Spirit of God is saying to us in this hour. The Bible says in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established. (Matt 18:16 B). When you hear something over and over out of the mouths of God’s people, it’s time to listen. At the beginning of the year, I heard The Spirit say, “My church must return to her first love. Priorities have to change. I must be first-place in the lives of my people.” I announced to my church that I would be delivering a message about that in the next few weeks. That evening, our church joined in with another church, The River Northwest, in Bremerton, WA. for a revival meeting with Richard & Ronda Moore, from Tampa, Fl. I was astounded to hear...

God's Fire

What's your nickname? Someone branded me with the name -"First Lady of Fire", while I was a Bible school teacher in Tampa, Florida. I was honored. I knew that she labeled me that way because I had a fiery message, was passionate, and spoke often about revival fire. I love revival, and felt honored that she and others felt that way. I told people to "hunger for the fire, yield to the fire, live in the fire". Now, a few years have gone by, and I am learning more about the fire of God. Is it fun? I don't know that I would describe any kind of fire as fun, even if you are an adrenaline junky. Fire is the chosen symbol of heaven for passion. God is love; God is fire. The two are one. The Holy Spirit baptizes in fire, Spirit-filled souls are ablaze for God. In my last blog, I spoke about the potter (God) and the clay (us). This is a bit of continuation.