My friend, Gregg Healey, had a dream on July 4 that we both believed was from the Lord. The gist: that the path God has for our ultimate "Independence" may not appear to on the surface to be the best or most attractive. Given its application to the themes of 10 Days and the potential for it to be an encouragement to many of us, I’ve asked Gregg to share the dream and his interpretation. I hope it inspires and encourages you in the midst of challenging times!
There’s a well-worn saying in the Christian life that wherever you go, God is has been there already.
Turns out that’s especially true in Denver, Colorado.
My dear friend and ministry partner Dai Sup Han invited me out to Colorado Springs April 17-20. Dai Sup, like myself, is passionate about seeing city-wide churches adopt 10 Days. He had arranged some meetings in Colorado Springs but we wanted to see if we could start some fires in Denver as well.
This year saw the growth of 10 Days from 3 cities to 12 cities. This growth happened quickly, in the span of a year, but it happened naturally, organized by the Holy Spirit through the knitting together of kindred hearts.