Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Do you want to go on an extreme missions trip?

Come along with Daniel & Jessica King on a missions trip to the least-reached parts of the world.  Step out of your comfort zone and into the greatest adventure in your lifetime as you help us fulfill the Great Commission. Experience the thrill of serving God as you minister to people who have never heard the Gospel.

 

Join us for a massive soul winning festival in the following nations:

 

Ethiopia - April 3-15

Indonesia - May 2-12

Sudan - May 22 - June 1

Pakistan - September 26 - October 5

Madagascar - November 29 - December 8

Mexico - December 28 - January 4

India - February 20 - March 1, 2010

 

Taking the Gospel Where Christ Is Not Known

Our focus is on hard-to-reach areas of the world. Because of security conditions in the nations we are visiting, we can only take a few people on each trip. Since we will encounter intense spiritual conditions we can only take people who are spiritually mature believers. 

 

When you come with us, be prepared to pray for the sick, cast out demons, and share your testimony with big crowds. We often minister in schools, prisons, orphanages, churches, and in the streets. If you can sing, do dramas, preach, or have any other ability, we will put your talent to work.

 

In each nation we attempt to provide comfortable accommodations for the team, however, at times living conditions may be more primitive then you are used to.

 

Team members are responsible for the cost of their own trip. You may pay for it yourself, or trust God to raise the needed funds (approximately $3000 USD). This covers your plane ticket, transportation, lodging, and meals.

 

Pray. If you feel God wants you to go on one of these trips, please reply to this e-mail. We will need a $100 deposit to get started, and then we will send you a packet that will help you with fund raising and preparation for your adventure!

 

The world is waiting for YOU!

 

Going to the lost,

 

Daniel & Jessica King



Monday, February 23, 2009

7 Facts About the Harvest

1. The Harvest is everywhere we look.

"Lift up your eyes and look at the fields..." (John 4:35)

2. The Harvest is ripe.

"The harvest is ripe..." (John 4:35)

3. The Harvest will not last forever.

 "Swing the sickle for the harvest is ripe...Multitudes, Multitudes in the valley of decision." (Joel 3:13-14)

4. The Harvest is plentiful.

"The Harvest is plentiful..." (Matthew 9:37)

5. The Harvest needs us to become laborers.

"The Laborers are few..." (Matthew 9:37)

6. The Harvest needs our prayers.

"Pray...for laborers..." (Matthew 9:38). 

7. The Harvest is governed by God.

"The Lord of the Harvest..." (Matthew 9:38)



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Saturday, February 21, 2009

The Beginning of the Story

The story of Obed-Edom is one of the greatest undiscovered stories in the Bible. Your destiny will never be the same if you apply his secret to your life. At the beginning of his story, he is a nobody; he simply lived in a house beside the road to Jerusalem. By chance, the Ark of the Covenant, which contained the literal presence of God, was left in his house.

            Let's read what happened. "The Lord blessed his household and everything he had" (1 Chron. 13:13). When you invite God's presence to dwell in your house, you can expect God's blessing too.

            Of all the people in Israel God could have blessed, it is very surprising He chose to bless Obed-Edom. His first name "Obed" means "slave." His second name "Edom" means he was an Edomite, known to be an enemy of Israel. On top of these negative labels, the Bible tells us he was from the city of Gath, the city of King David's greatest enemy, Golieth.

            Just like Obed-Edom, you may have been negatively stereotyped or come from a unsavory past, but it does not matter who you are, or where you are from, or what your past is like, when God comes to live in your house, you are going to be blessed! 

            After three months, King David heard about how blessed Obed-Edom was and he came to get the ark. Obed-Edom's story could have ended there. But, guess what? His story is not finished yet. He is mentioned seven more times in the Bible and each time he has been promoted. Let's take a look at his amazing journey.



Check Out Video of Our Crusade in Ethiopia

Thursday, February 12, 2009

What is the Secret of Obed-Edom?

The story of Obed-Edom is one of the greatest undiscovered stories in the Bible. Check out my new book, "The Secret of Obed-Edom" on Amazon.com.