Apostolic Sending Party and Jesus’ End Time Revival Strategy

So we spent last night celebrating the departure of some dear friends of ours.  Amanda, Amarachi, Dawn, and Nicole are all moving to Kansas City to become part of the International House of Prayer and the Forerunner School of Ministry.  We felt from the Lord that we were supposed to gather people to celebrate this move with them and then pray and “sow” them into the prayer movement.  My friend Bryan kept calling it an apostolic sending party.  At first I was a little weirded out using the term “apostolic,” but it just means “sent one.”  That’s what we did: send some sent ones.  Apostolic Sending Party…sounds good to me.  We’re going to miss them all a lot.  I’m really proud of them though for making a decision to pursue Jesus in an intentional lifestyle of prayer and fasting and following through with it.  Jesus was really cool to us and allowed us to give them a washer and dryer to take with them for their apartment. 

After we all parted ways from the party, Christy and I stopped at the Midwest Prayer Center to hear my good friend Sean preach on Jesus’ End-Time revival strategy of prayer, fasting, and solemn assemblies.  It was great. Sean has more revelation about Isaiah 62 and how it relates to the end of the age than anyone I know personally. If you ever get a chance to sit down and ask him about it, you should.  After the meeting, Bryan, Sean, and Christy and I went out for coffee.  We had a great time and it seemed like the hand of the Lord, just because the last time the four of us were together was when they came with us on a ministry trip to Kansas City.  The Lord is up to something…

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

One response to “Apostolic Sending Party and Jesus’ End Time Revival Strategy”

  1. Sean says :

    That’s funny! The last time we all did something was when you preached in Kansas City! Interesting 🙂

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