TRANSFORMED BY THE IMPOSSIBLE

July 28, 2021

Transformed by the Impossible Sanctified through Taking on the Impossible When Jesus tells us to do something that seems truly impossible we must view it as an open door rather than a barricade. He is not attempting to push us away, but to call us higher and deeper into His heart. I believe it is actually part of our transformation process to do the impossible. We are sanctified by taking it on. As we receive the invitation and the challenge we inevitably become more like Him. It is in our “yes” that he is allowed to build us up in our faith.  Luke 9 In the ninth chapter of Luke we see a beautiful example of this. Jesus challenged the disciples to feed the multitudes. This provoked them into dialogue with the Lord. Instead of shutting down and giving up on their Rabbi, they began talking with him, explaining they didn’t have any food except five loaves of bread and two fish. Their willingness to have this conversation allows Jesus to address their doubt and to give them specific instructions, leading to the miraculous feeding of the 5,000. More than the miracle, I believe what meant the most to Jesus was that the disciples obeyed him like he obeyed the father, becoming more like him in the process.  Provoked into Prayer The impossible is meant to provoke us into prayer, into dialogue with Jesus. In the context of prayer, the ultimate stagnation of it would be for us to only ask the Lord to do things we could do ourselves in our own human strength. This would defy the...
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W.A.R. Weekend – Redeem – Power & Transformation

January 31, 2020

This past weekend, our Redeem ministry team rented out a local motel room and had constant prayer, worship, and outreach. Friday January 24th started out like any other day. Jessica Cronin along with a few volunteers ran around taking care of last minute items to prepare for the weekend. The team met up at the hotel and began their weekend with worship and prayer. Even from the first note, the atmosphere began to shift. Music filled the air, and guests staying in the motel were drawn to Jesus. In the first night alone, the Redeem team were able to help a woman and her two children get off the streets, and see 4 people give their lives to Christ. The next day, the team split up into groups of two to three people and walked around the area. Their heart in going out was to minister and share the love of Jesus. In route, Jonathan Cronin and a friend of his met a man named Kevin and his wife Alana. Kevin had been bound to a wheelchair all his life. This inspired the guys to pray for him, believing that Jesus would heal his legs and that he would be able to stand up and leave his wheelchair. Laying their hands on the man’s shoulders, Jonathan and his friend began to pray. As they did, the power of Jesus showed up in great measure. The man began to feel strength in his legs. Encouraged, the man tried to stand up. He did!!! He even began to walk forward!!! His wife wanted to cry but she was too elated to...
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United in Prayer

November 15, 2019

What is United in Prayer? On Fridays once a month, we unite with the Body of believers across the Chattahoochee Valley area to worship and intercede for our friends and neighbors. Our desire is to see people transformed by the power and love of Jesus all across the Valley!   We hope you can join us!...
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United in Prayer – Chattahoochee Valley

May 17, 2019

What is United in Prayer? United in Prayer is an initiative of Take the City which unifies local believers for worship and intercession to prepare the way for lives to be transformed by the love and power of Jesus. What does the Church need today? “What the Church needs to-day is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use — men of prayer, men mighty in prayer. The Holy Ghost does not flow through methods, but through men. He does not come on machinery, but on men. He does not anoint plans, but men — men of prayer.” ― E.M. Bounds, Power Through...
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Testimonies from Tent America!

October 30, 2018

The Lord moved all over the States during Tent America. Here are some powerful testimonies of how He encountered people around the country.   Oregon – An agnostic on campus experienced the presence of God when we prayed for him and realized that the reason he’d recently been studying the Bible in one of his classes and picked up a book called “The Secret: Ask, Believer, Receive” was because God was real and was pursuing a relationship with him. Maine – We walked up to a door and knocked. A woman named Debora was there, and after talking with her a few minutes, we discovered she had been diagnosed with bone cancer. After encouraging her, we prayed for her healing. She was very grateful for our visit. New Hampshire –  One woman had a leg shorter than the other, and it grew out! Another story, there was a couple who were both believers. The woman’s back pain was at a 10 and went completely away. She got up and said “Hey, wow! That feels really good!” Then we prayed for her husband who had a stiff neck and that was healed as well! You could tell he was sincerely interested in the fact that we are called to walk out signs, miracles and wonders, just as Jesus did. The couple were very thankful we came. Oklahoma – A young pregnant mother of two said, “I can’t sleep and am dealing with a lot of anxiety” After receiving prayer, she said through tears, “Thank you so much, thank you for coming today.” Minnesota – On Friday at Tent America 2018, I encountered a homeless Native American...
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Stephanie

TTC led me out of darkness and into the love I’ve longed for my entire life, the love of JESUS.  They’ve taught me to love like Jesus by walking out my created purpose.  My Spirit has been healed, I am whole, because of their obedience to do God’s will.  They have introduced me to and welcomed me into a powerful tribe of women that love Jesus with their whole heart.  Women that strengthen, teach, support, and encourage one another with the power and authority given by the Holy Spirit.  I am eternally grateful for their ministry and humbled to be called family.