Thursday Evening Session

Julie Meyer leading worship

Julie Meyer leading worship

2014 is Aglow’s 40th Conference

The Thursday Evening Session opened with a warm welcome from Jane.  She brought to light the fact that Aglow was incorporated 47 years ago, but this is our 40th conference. A significant number to be sure.

New Mexico is a “God Inhabited” Land

Diane Davis, SW Regional Director greeted the audience. Did you know that New Mexico has the highest percentage of Hispanic people and the 2nd highest percentage of Native American peoples in the nation? The slogan for New Mexico is “The land of enchantment”.  Diane declared over New Mexico that it is a “God inhabited land”.

Strongholds are Coming Down

Sande Lofberg, Great Plains Regional Director, introduced 2 Navajo women, Ella Wilson, and Jeanie who spoke blessing and prayed over the conference, the state and the nation. They taught the audience the word for hello in Navajo, “Yatahey”.  Before coming on the platform Ella presented a picture of a flaming sword to Jane entitled, “The Sword of The Lord, Strongholds are Coming Down”.

In Jane’s introduction to Julie she said, “Graham said, ‘God has a vision for you beyond your struggles’”. She went on to say that our vision of His majesty increases as we stand, or sit, or are prone in worship before Him. When we worship we leave our struggles, as we enter into His presence the things we think are so important begin to dim. And then we realize He’s got it all in His hands.

In Julie Meyer’s open worship she said, “Worship is a weapon. Every song is as arrows of light going out into this nation.”

Worship is a weapon. Every song is as arrows of light going out into this nation.

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