“Watch this!” the Holy Spirit said. That voice always gets my attention. He gave me a vision and showed me massive throngs of people from many nations walking—more like floating—into heaven’s marvelous light.
Then Holy Spirit asked me if I wanted to know how to bring Him joy. I said “yes.” He breathed His warm breath and fire into my face. I received fresh revelation from His Spirit into my spirit. I stood in awe, overwhelmed by this sudden transformational download. He taught me still more about love and gave me new insight when He then said “relational revelation.”
This is that! Hope is being fulfilled and perfected even with all the turmoil, wars, rumors of war, earthquakes, mammoth hurricanes, fake news, and terrorism. We stand in portals of glory and God’s peace knowing all of His promises are yes and amen.
We see the Acts 2:16-18 prophecy unfolding before our eyes. It will only continue to increase:
Thus says the LordGod: “When I have gathered the house of Israel from the peoples among whom they are scattered, and am hallowed in them in the sight of the Gentiles, then they will dwell in their own land which I gave to My servant Jacob.
“And they will dwell safely there, build houses, and plant vineyards; yes, they will dwell securely, when I execute judgments on all those around them who despise them. Then they shall know that IamtheLordtheir God” (Ezekiel 28:25-26).
Israel has been a sign and a wonder for millennia. Sometimes hidden and continually persecuted, the nation is a living testimony of the Lord’s faithfulness, prophetic destiny, the supernatural, and the fulfillment of God’s plans.
(Scripture references from New King James Version unless otherwise indicated.)
The Lord is moving in remarkable ways through His people all over the world—we need to search out more good news than bad. We are so thankful for the divine connections with dear friends in many nations. We need to strengthen cherished relationships more and more to prepare for what is coming.
Faith and persistent action advance the kingdom and push back the darkness. The bride of Christ is being prepared for her Bridegroom. The Lord’s heartbeat is the sound of the drumbeat, a cadence marching into battle. The breath of the Holy Spirit is the wind that whispers to those with an ear to hear the call and respond by faith.
India is intense. It is fascinating, dangerous, and worth the effort to those prepared to encounter the Lord of the harvest. The Lord of surprises moves in mighty ways in India. In each of my trips, I was amazed at the Father’s heart for the country. Yes, India is intense but the Lord wants to use our faith to reach her people—any effort or sacrifice on our part is nothing in the weight of His glory. Will you pray for those who go? And pray about going with us?
Along with the resources from Rick Joyner and MorningStar Ministries, we are now connected with over seventeen thousand churches providing fellowship, ministry services, prophetic team ministry, site visits, humanitarian aid, and Theology school degrees. With over 1.3 billion souls, India is expected to surpass China in population by 2020. The harvest is great and the laborers are few. Our job is to train and impart to leaders, and the Lord is giving us clear strategies for the days ahead. Continue reading →
One primary objective in missions is building ongoing, deepening relationships with strategic partners sent by the Lord. We need sharp discernment as we seek the Lord in all areas. We are blessed with divine connections and the strategies of the Lord to do our part in fulfilling the Great Commission. The Holy Spirit allows us to “connect the dots” globally for a holy alignment of God’s people and purposes for this season.
We welcome you, our Partners, to engage in God’s heart for the nations by joining us in intercession, ministry teams, Skype prophetic ministry, discipleship, fundraising, and furthering our involvement in Christ’s Mandate for Missions—all to equip and disciple the nations. Rick Joyner asked me two years ago how we had so many volunteers working in missions. I replied, “It is easy, really. We take them into the presence of the Lord to see His heart for the nations.” The simplicity and power of the Gospel emphasizes the importance of building our relationship in the presence of the King. Continue reading →
The host organizer opened the covert meeting with this security status update, “Security is normal. We are under surveillance.” The security camera in the room was covered for our meeting. They told us not to take pictures and to guard our phone conversations and discussions our entire three days in the undisclosed location in mainland China.
Our dear friend, Eugene Bach, who spoke at our Missions Conference in Moravian Falls, was one of the main organizers of this meeting along with about fifty leaders of the underground churches. Eugene is the American leader of Back to Jerusalem, founded by Brother Yun (also known as The Heavenly Man).
While at this meeting, we met with ministry leaders working in North Korea and Iraq. One of our friends led a team that rescued four hundred Yazidi women raped by ISIS terrorists. The team’s commitment is based on prophetic words the Holy Spirit gave them about their assignments for the cause of Christ. Continue reading →
Are you ready for some good news? We hear enough bad news. The kingdom is advancing. Your prayers and generosity are making an impact in sixty nations. We are blessed to do this. We are seeing fruit that remains as souls are saved, discipled, healed, and delivered. Long ago I heard this saying with regards to missions—“The water is free but the pipes are expensive.” Missions have indeed changed, and our prophetic teams, intercessors, and staff seek divine strategies and strategic alliances as they discern the times.
What is not being shaken right now? The reality of the daily media reports would seem unbelievable even just a few years ago. Many are being stirred by the Holy Spirit to fresh boldness and courage, which is sorely lacking in churches, governments, and organizations in every nation. Many are telling us of a fresh conviction of the holy fear of the Lord as never before. Are we sensitive to the Holy Spirit to discern the times? Have we learned how to love and possess the commitment to obey our Captain at all costs? Continue reading →
I just returned from Singapore, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia. I could feel the power and love in the prayer-covering from back home. The Lord showed up every day. I strongly felt this trip was a pilgrimage for me personally to encounter more of the Lord and His strategies for our missions work globally. He does not disappoint. Continue reading →
I wanted to get this to you right away both since you asked me for it and time is of the essence given the ebola pandemic in Sierra Leone (and elsewhere). I spoke with pastor Andrew Sesay (director of Iris Ministries in Sierra Leone) tonight again to get a few more details and to hear more of his heart for the current situation. I hope this helps you and those who may read this to have a better understanding of the situation and the possibilities there.
The Generational Mandate, To Fulfill The Great Commission (5-10-13)
Jorge Parrott, Message Outline Notes
When I got into Missions almost 15 years ago I prayed for the Lord to introduce me to remarkable men and women who were changing the world and expanding the Kingdom of God. I am blessed to know 100’s of missionaries in over 50 nations. I have seen countless miracles, many saved, healed, and delivered, as the Lord got my attention and I stepped forward in faith. I left a successful business to follow the Lord’s call on my life. It is exciting to see many step out in faith and see their destinies unfold. Continue reading →
Not Brave, Just Obedient
Not Crazy, Just a Man of Faith
by Undercover Disciplemaker
I meet people all the time, who, when they learn where I do missions work, tell me I am either brave or crazy. I don’t think I am either. The Word says, “…go and make disciples of all nations…” All nations must include those nations with a hostile spiritual environment and lack physical safety. To go to a country or area because you see a need can be presumptuous. But to go because the Lord personally tells you to is to go in obedience and faith. Continue reading →
by Jorge Parrott, MorningStar/CM Missions Director
Native Evangelist Friend Allowed To Minister in Maximum Security Prison
Our dear MS/CMM friend and MSU College of Theology Doctoral student, who is truly an apostolic leader in this nation, recently played baseball with the prisoners and then began to preach loudly in the center of the prison yard. A prison official started to shut it down, but the spirit of the Lord won out. As our friend, (whose name we cannot mention) shared the love of Jesus silence fell over the entire prison.
When he gave the invitation to receive Jesus as Lord and Savior, every prisoner prayed the sinner’s prayer. Afterwards, the guards asked if the visiting team would play them. A double header was played as many were refreshed and having fun. At the end, another altar call was given and every guard gave their life to Jesus as well.
The final number of salvations through this one ministry in Cuba in 2012 totals close to 17,000. God is moving mightily indeed.
Covert Missions Asia:
Islamic Death Threats Cannot Stop God’s Love. We cannot mention the name or location of our friend as he has a death warrant on his head from Islamic extremists and is hidden in a U.N. refugee camp. This apostolic leader continues to plant churches even while in forced exile. Continue reading →
by Jorge Parrott
Hello Missionaries and Friends of MorningStar Missions,
We invite you to read and subscribe to The MorningStar eJournal published monthly online to help you grow in your Christian walk. Rick Joyner, Founder of MorningStar Ministries, and I desire to strengthen our missionaries and equip them with many resources to help be fruitful disciples of Jesus Christ. You can download the e-Journal here.
This month includes an article by me about increasing persecution some of our missionaries are facing in some parts of the world. We ask you to pray for the persecuted church in many nations.
We invite you to check out our new web site that our webmaster, Nancy Daniel, has been working very hard on for many months. Each of our missionaries will have their own page(s) and their own url address to help promote and educate viewers about their ministry. We ask your patience as we are still having volunteer interns from MSU help upload data and updates to the site. Please email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send us your prayer requests for our intercessors to lift up your needs to our Father God. We love you and desire that you persevere in your fulfilling of God’s plan by faith.
Psalm 2:8 “Ask of Me and I will give you the nations for your inheritance.”
Article: by Jorge Parrott, MorningStar/CMM Missions Director
We see the great harvest coming as darkness is covering the earth. The glory of the Lord will shine brighter and brighter on us in the days ahead. Many leaders are saying the global body of Christ is entering its finest hour. While many people in the West are facing the most challenging times of their lives, I want to update you that many brothers and sisters in the Lord are serving with MorningStar Missions who are facing death, imprisonment, and the loss of homes and churches, some even becoming refugees. Continue reading →
This week we have a team from Boston and Chicago traveling to Uganda, another team from Upstate New York and Charlotte traveling to Haiti and yet another team of midwives traveling to the Dominican Republic. Thank you for your prayers and provision to make this possible.