A New Thing
A fresh wind of revival is stirring on the horizon! Precious Daughters is bringing together revivalists, prophets and worshipers to prepare you to move in this coming season. In the past, we reveled in the renewal, seeing women restored, set free and launched into their ministries. It is time to; once again, allow Holy Spirit to ready us for the new thing that is upon us.
"Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert." — Isaiah 43:19
JUNE 23-24, 1 AND 7 PM
Featured Speakers are RUTH PRESTON and RITA BEAR GRAY, along with local ministers: Vicky Adams, Deborah Gliebe, Leslie Leland and Bertie Church.
More information at preciousdaughters.com/events
Ruth is a old soul with the ability to speak into the depths of women’s longing with the truth of Christ’s love. "We sense an excitement in the air for what God is doing in the church body. It all starts in relationship with The Living God. We know who we are when we have a revelation of whose we are," Ruth and Marcel, her husband. Co-pastors of the Catch the Fire Toronto Central Campus, their focus is reaching the lost from the hipster generation at the University of Toronto to the destitute and poor of the inner city. Gifted worship leaders they recently released their album "Living Waters," its purpose to bring refreshing and release a deeper revelation of identity into the body of Christ.
RITA BEAR GRAY
Rita travels the globe with a message of hope in Jesus. "If you are a First Nations person, Jesus gives you back your songs, your language and your dances-everything about you that makes you who you are as a Native person.” Rejected by her native mother, Rita, turned her back on her culture. However, as God began to work in her life, He began to re-awaken her cultural roots through dreams and visions. As she embraced who she was in Him, deep wounds were healed and she was free to be who she was made to be. Rita counsels addicts in recovery, serves women with Wiconi International and Women’s Aglow and as the Washington State Director for the International Reconciliation Coalition for Indigenous People.