Monday, March 6, 2017


     I was one about a dozen from USA in March, '01, and just about four-hundreds came in April were from Europe and northern Africa, and the whole issue was worshiping the Lord and breaking into lots of the local large cities.  It was a wonderful time.  Anyhow, I always think of it and feel so blessed that the Lord told me to go and be there for the worshiping time.  Well, even though that was 16 years ago, I'll show a few photos.  

       BTW, one of that was given to my mom when I got home in Omaha and took it to her in Tacoma.  And my Mom loved this! When she went into Heaven about 6 years ago, it was given back to me, and it's in my living room to see it.  Always makes me smile!

     A special prayer time for many people!!  Loved being there!!

      [Even though I'm so strongly focusing on the Lord, moment-by-moment, day-by-day, and night-by-night since I'm mentally old and can't go around and about and do much even in my house.   About 35-ish years ago, I were used by the Lord to pray over the demons and other gods in the USA, particularly.  Then I was told by the Lord to go to Uganda, Costa Rica, England, and Paris, and Morocco.  AND my husband has been wonderful!!]


Saleslady371 said...

Hi, Joanne!

These are interesting photos of some great ministry times! Thanks for sharing and have a good week.


Unknown said...

Loved those pictures! Keep up the good race, sister. Praying for you.

a joyful noise said...

You were truly blessed to be able to make this trip and enjoy the praise and worship with believers there. Your photos are impressive. Keep posting and placing notices on FaceBook. Thank you for being faithful to share with us at Tell me a Story, but many good things have reached the season where they must quit. God is good never the less. I shall continue to post on my other Blog "A Joyful Noise."

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