Reaching those - who would be lost in His Name to be Priest of the Lord...Isaiah 6:16

Our main purpose is to Reconcile all people to knowledge of the gift of grace and power of God in todays world for their individual lives. We will have a discipleship teaching orientation for Pastors, leaders and believers of all ages with a special focus on areas that do not get many well-known speakers including widows and orphan. Today’s calling seems to be Africa, but the Lord recent spoke to our hearts to think bigger…His is a WORLD WIDE OPERATION- and He will not lose what He died for---His people- You

Sunday, February 17, 2013


I would love to include pictures but I am having trouble figuring that out on Denver playbook
There are more stories that I could tell you than what there is time in the day. I feel there is so much that I want to share with you about these amazing beautiful people and for what there is not time to put in a blog then I hope some day we could sit with a cup of coffee and I could share my heart with you. For today I would like to tell you about a very special young man named Emmanuel. He has been at Harvesters for 12 years and really my words can never say enough about how amazing he is. Today he shared the message with us at church and I was so blessed with everything that he said and shared with us. With no formal training at all he would rank very high on the top for many pastors that I have listened to; somewhere alongside some of the best known on television. He is truly lead by the Holy Spirit.
This young man however does not feel he is being called to preach but desires to go to school to be an electrical engineer. He tested as the top student in all of South Sudan. If that didn't register let me say again when he graduated he tested as the smartest person in the entire Country. Mama Lilly (who started the orphanage with her husband Dennis ) helped him apply to college in the US. If I recall correctly it was to Virginia Tech. He was accepted and they were able to raise the funds for school, plane tickets,  etc. But everything had to be purchased before they could even apply for a visa in Uganda. They flew to Uganda but we're denied A visa because he was an orphan from South Sudan. These are the challenges that they face here and what I've heard is that they deal with it fine because they are used to disappointment.
Please remember him in your prayers as he works toward going to University in Kenya.

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