Our HomeJTK family conference this past weekend was a tremendous success and the Lord moved mightily among all involved, mending hearts, restoring relationships, building up faith, and above all, saving souls. We had the privilege of hosting more than 90 people from Nazareth, among whom were both saved and unsaved guests.
The theme for our conference came from Psalm 51:12 which reads “Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation.” This is exactly what our people needed after coming out of a challenging and exhausting season of Covid-19 here in Israel. Many had lost jobs, faced severe spiritual and emotional attacks, and others took big financial hits.
My teachings throughout the duration of the conference focused solely on the restoration of our joy in the Lord and His salvation, and it was as if the Lord had provided us with a key to unlock the heavenlies because joy and gladness saturated the atmosphere and renewed the hearts and minds of many in attendance. The Spirit moved powerfully and we felt joy unlike anything we’ve felt for years.
We were also privileged to have a special guest speaker all the way from Tennessee, USA. Pastor Greg preached the morning sessions at the conference and the Word that went out from him touched many lives, and people responded very well to his teaching. His message on Isaiah 6 and how Isaiah saw the Lord had a powerful impact on all present. He spoke about how we need to see God, how to see ourselves, and how to see others.
On the conference’s final day, we honored the Lord and remembered his sacrifice by taking communion. We worshipped the Lord and rejoiced in His victory. It was such a powerful time together, and the perfect way to close off our time together. The conference was filled with much joy, and God was present in a very real way.
I believe that everyone at the conference went back home a different person. There were so many personal victories and renewals in people’s lives during this time.
In different posts (click names to read them) I share about two especially powerful testimonies from Serai and Salwa.