A Traveller’s Journal: Dominican Republic – Day 1

We’ve just concluded the first day of the Pastor’s Conference, and what a powerful time we had! After some great teachings by my friends Bob Vineyard and Randall Collins, I spoke to the gathering of pastors about moving into their God-sized future, and not resting in either the triumphs or failures of the past.

At the end of the session, I invited those in attendance who wanted a fresh-filling of the Holy Spirit to stand…

I don’t think there was a single person who remained seated! Hallelujah!

There is such unity and hunger in this place for the Presence of God. I don’t think I have ever, in all my years of ministry, seen the cross-denominational unity I am experiencing here in the Dominican Republic. The churches here are moving as one in their desire to see the Dominican Republic be won for Christ.

And thanks to the generous partnership of so many, we were able to give Spanish-language versions of my book, “A God-Sized Future”, to every pastor in attendance.

Tonight, Pastor Ronnie Jr. will be bringing a fresh word to a crowd that, from all we are hearing, could exceed 10,000. Please pray for a powerful outpouring of the Holy Spirit- salvation for the lost, and a fresh touch for all of the believers.

5 thoughts on “A Traveller’s Journal: Dominican Republic – Day 1

  1. Dear Pastor Ron:

    Thank you for these posts so that we can be part of what you’re doing through prayer! I am praying for and expecting great things to come from your journey to the Dominican Republic!

    Numbers 6:24-26,
    Donnie Brannen

  2. I would like to give to the children’s place in the Dominican Republic. Could you send me so I formation ? Thank you.

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