Wednesday, June 20, 2012


An excerpt from above:

June 2008

There was such a Presence today after we prayed to launch. As I was praying, God highlighted shade under a tree and I saw in the spirit a place to lay down; I did and was blasted by the Holy Spirit. When I arose, I prayed a powerful prayer of authority over the park and the people ministering. I spoke of the ground being consecrated for revival by The Call and Jeremiah Lamphere. Angels were sent on assignment. The Blood is over the park and has become a glory zone in Jesus name.

We made our way through the Park. The girl I was partnered with was Kayln; she was an emerging leader from the Teen Challenge program. She was witnessing the power of God manifest in many different forms. Kayln was a wonderful student; she was hungry for the presence. Most of all, she was willing, and her willingness allowed The Spirit to connect deeply with her. I had an opportunity to share some Kingdom blueprints, diagrams and concepts.

While we were walking around the Park's edge, we ran into a couple women from the ministry team. This was so awesome - the one woman came over and we were talking to her. Then I looked at her and said, "You have something for her," gesturing to Kayln - as soon as I said that, it was like a download over a line - like a surge in activity dropped over her. She pointed at Kayln and said, "Never stop fighting for your husband."

Thursday, August 12, 2010

A quick note on TRANSITION




Words that hold meaning, but only in time and time comes through transition. So I want to tell you, if you're out there, keep holding on - HIS WORD WILL COME TO PASS

Jeremiah 29:11

11 For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

More to come...

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


For the last few days I have gotten bits of scripture, wisdom for the soul.

Proverbs 18

1 Unfriendly people care only about themselves;
they lash out at common sense.

2 Fools have no interest in understanding;
they only want to air their own opinions.

3 Doing wrong leads to disgrace,
and scandalous behavior brings contempt.

4 Wise words are like deep waters;
wisdom flows from the wise like a bubbling brook.

Psalm 29

A psalm of David.
1 Honor the Lord, you heavenly beings;
honor the Lord for his glory and strength.
2 Honor the Lord for the glory of his name.
Worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness.

3 The voice of the Lord echoes above the sea.
The God of glory thunders.
The Lord thunders over the mighty sea.
4 The voice of the Lord is powerful;
the voice of the Lord is majestic.
5 The voice of the Lord splits the mighty cedars;
the Lord shatters the cedars of Lebanon.
6 He makes Lebanon’s mountains skip like a calf;
he makes Mount Hermon leap like a young wild ox.
7 The voice of the Lord strikes
with bolts of lightning.
8 The voice of the Lord makes the barren wilderness quake;
the Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh.
9 The voice of the Lord twists mighty oaks
and strips the forests bare.
In his Temple everyone shouts, “Glory!”

10 The Lord rules over the floodwaters.
The Lord reigns as king forever.
11 The Lord gives his people strength.
The Lord blesses them with peace.

On to me, I was sitting on the back porch today looking at all the green trees in bloom, stems and shoots pushing forth and it hit me. I couldn't even really remember what it looked like before. There was so much life in bloom, how could I keep focus on the dry and barren any longer.

Then I heard, "All things new." In an instant, I saw the seasons pass again. The joy of life and Summer, the sadness of Fall, the coldness of Winter, and I thought, "Why do we become so saddened in the process of life?" I cried inside. For I feel pain, I feel sadness, I feel those who can't go on. I feel the hurt of a generation, locked in the lies of their own soul. I can see Jesus, spit on by the very people he was sent to serve.

As I go through the agony of this hour, I recognize the purposes yet to be fulfilled. The beauty of His Holiness. The splendor of His Majesty. Eyes have not seen, nor ears heard...

Friday, April 2, 2010

Rock And A Hard Place

Sounds like the name for a stage in a video game, but that's where I'm at. Surveying the future forecast and wondering if I'm playing this hand right. It's like wondering in the wilderness without a guide. lol, well sort of. I've laid down my compass and emptied my canteen, entering the desert. Why? I ask myself the same question everyday, but I think I've almost got the answer. Things are about to happen very quickly.

As I understand, this is preparation for something much greater. So I'd say I'm investing in the future. Honestly, I guess I'm having a hard time accepting love. This force that humbles you and removes your defenses. I lose me but gain so much more. I tear up when I think about this, cause I get along with me just fine; so why complicate the equation. Why? Because teams are more effective than individuals. More resources, insight, anointing. In essence, they accomplish the goal with more efficiency and less cost. So in dealing with my difficulty in partnering with others, I had a vision.

In the vision, there was a group of people mining. There were five in a row horizontally. Each was drilling vertically to reach a horizontal line that represented a breakthrough of provision. The drilling process had 5 parts, like trials; drilling skill, power generation, oil, water and mechanical maintenance.

The drill worked like this - You needed water to be applied properly to cool the bit so it wouldn't overheat, seize and stop the drill. Oil also needed to be applied to the moving internal parts to prevent mechanical failure. The power generator needed to provide consistent power to fuel the drill, as the operator needed skill to keep the dill on track. The drill would occasionally break down, so maintenance was also important in keeping the operation productive.

Each person was gifted in a specific area, similar to strengths and weaknesses. The skills were often not complementary, two separate areas that did not benefit one another. One person was a skilled drill operation and would cover much ground in a day, yet would not adequately apply oil and water. This would result in breakdown, which though skilled in maintenance, required downtime, which reduced effectiveness.

Another applied oil and water well, yet did not have the power or drive to accurately position the drill and would often go off track. Another had a great source of power, and though skilled in maintenance could not drill accurately. As I watched this scene, it became quickly evident to me that if the drillers would lay down their need to achieve individually, they could quickly achieve success corporately.

Almost on command, the understanding was released that brought each into alignment; leaving individual pursuits to fill the billet they were created for. Water to water, oil to oil, harmony was achieved and the breakthrough came quickly. It was no longer mine or yours, but ours. So let's tap in and win! - 3/22/10

Sunday, March 28, 2010


Just a quick note here to keep the momentum.

WOW - that's all I can really say. This weekend was absolutely off the hook. Where to start... I think it started midweek. God just came and absolutely rearranged my horizon. Maybe it's just me, but I doubt it. I see the echoes resounding through the people across the country. I'll share a vision with you.

The other night we were praying and I saw dry bones. I saw them begin to stir, but it wasn't some all at once kinda thing. I saw bones shake and one arose, the spirit fell heavily on that one and fire came from his bones. Then in time another, and another, and another. I knew in time an army would be formed, but for now, as the story states - So the last will be first, and the first will be last.

Friday, March 26, 2010

The Dream is Bigger Than I

"...Like color-blind ospreys searching for rainbows,
We search for the divine strength alone.
Covered with wasps we walk in God's shadow.
If we die with a smile we journey home."

"In order to comprehend the truth
we need to see the road it travels.
In order to trust the truth
we need to remove from its road
the speed limit."


Wednesday, March 24, 2010

A thousand reasons why

Today's a whole new kinda funk! What a beautiful way to start off the week, my week at least. =D

I had a revelation last night, a breakthrough even. I saw this movie, Family Man with Nick Cage. It's about this dude who has a bomb job as the president of a company in NYC. He's got the Ferrari, pad and play. How he got there, was an internship across the pond in England, with Barclays bank. (PS I miss the UK)

He was dating a girl when he was leaving for a year. They planned to catch up and get married, however, he never returned and here it is 13 years later and he's about to close the deal of his life. In many ways that feels like me. I have lived this long alone and been very happy. Granted, most of my happiness came from self-centered selfish thinking that keep me one step ahead of loneliness. (I was so active I didn't stop to think)

So in this time of transition, I was forced to think about the pursuit I gave up for this hope that I hold; that of raising a family and releasing life in the earth. Why? That's where it gets challenging. I guess because the wine no longer held it's flavor and playful company began to wear thin. I wanted something more than expensive dinners, fine hotels and wild parties. I wanted something real. Something that would last, stand the test of time. In business, when you know something no longer holds meaning or value, a wise man is quick to let go.

So here I am, suspended between two opinions. A chasm below and stretched so wide. Which way to travel? How far and how high? Where do I want to go? Where do I see myself being? Certainly not a standard life, much more than that! But how do we fold the edges together, and what does it all mean?