Dear PTH Friends,
“War Cry! God’s Redemptive Rest” is the theme for this year’s Holy Spirit Encounter conferences. Years ago, the Lord gave Nancy the format for conferences and the format remains constant: “Holy Spirit Encounter”! There is no better teacher, counselor, helper, etc. than the Holy Spirit! The power of the Holy Sprit!; The ONE whom brings understanding to God’s Word and makes it “alive and active.” Several places in the bible give references to heaven and earth passing away, but never His Word. Hence, transformation comes with an encounter with the Holy Spirit … and that remains a constant in Point To Hope Ministries.
I say that to remind you of this: “War Cry! God’s Redemptive Rest,” Holy Spirit Encounter conference is about to take place:
Keynote Speaker: Nancy Haney
Feb., 5th, 6th, & 7th (Thur – Sat); 7:00 PM
Straight Paths Church Worship Center
155 Maxim Drive, Westminster, SC 29693
Hosted by: Pastors Ford & Jean Grant
It is probably safe to say, no one would prefer to give “War Cry” but it is a biblical principal and there is a time for peace and a time for war! It is necessary! And the Lord is calling this year “War Cry!” Yet, He is also making provision in the midst of war; His perfect peace found in “God’s Redemptive Rest.”
Thank you for your continued prayers during this season. The memorial service for Crystelle (Nancy & Henry’s grand daughter) was a beautiful celebration of her young life. Nancy is now back in the Georgia / South Carolina area to continue with the ministry schedule; and first on the schedule is the conference listed above. The Lord has given Nancy a powerful message for this year’s theme and with the power of prayer, He will strengthen her to continue to carry His message in all situations.
One of the key points the Lord has given Nancy in the war cry message is that when faced with hardships, trials, death, etc., He doesn’t necessarily remove the bite of the circumstance(s) but He does make provision for hope and healing; for living. “The Lord said to Moses, ‘Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live.’ So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, they lived.” (Numbers 21: 8,9). Please keep Nancy sheltered in prayer as she continues to deliver the message the Lord has given her for this season.
See the website for ministry itinerary www.pointtohope.org . Again, thank you for your faithful prayers on behave of PTH ministries and the families and loved ones of those touched by the life of Crystelle.
“For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations.” (Ps. 100:5)
Blessings to all,
PTH Prayer Facilitator