Greetings From Geneva!!
First I would like to thank all those who have helped me make it to the mission field. Your support is greatly appreciated and I thank you all. For all those who have helped me you are helping the city of Geneva prepare a harvest for the coming of the Lord. When the Apostolic Youth Corps (AYC) trip arrives there will be a great outpouring of God’s spirit and this city will be forever changed.
God has been doing an awesome work here in Geneva, but He’s not finished yet. During the past month I have been helping my fellow AIMer, Cortney Rangel, by passing out flyers and assisting Bro. Mitch Sayers, in gathering information for the upcoming AYC trip. Since Bro. Sayers is only with us on the weekends, Cortney and I have been going out into the city trying to find the best routes to evangelize on while the AYC participants are here. Using the information that we have gathered the students from the United States, will be going throughout the city in groups evangelizing; they will be doing music flashes, passing out flyers, singing in the streets, praying for people, and even having some street side preaching. We have been working fervently trying to help plan for this event, and our planning is coming down to the final two weeks before the arrival of the AYC team.
Though God is helping us prepare for our visitors from the States, he has also been doing a mighty work in the church that is already established. The past several weeks, during our Friday night prayer meetings there has been a visitation from the Lord that is beyond description. God has begun to move in the church members’ situations and preparing them for a mighty work that is to come. During these prayer meetings God has been touching the lives of everyone in the church. I believe that He is fixing the situations in order to create room for an EXPLOSION come July. The Sunday services have been great as well. Two weeks ago, during our Sunday service, we had ten new visitors that had never been to the church before. During our last Sunday service, God decided to turn the service upside down and have the alter call before the preaching had even started. There was a man in the congregation that had never been to the church before and God touched him in a very special way.
God is doing great things in Geneva, and He is preparing this city for the great things that are to come. I believe that the spirit of tradition is going to be struck down and a new revelation will come to the people of this city. The people of this city are about to experience something they have never felt before.
Revival in Geneva, The time is NOW!!! God Bless!!
Britney D. Gordon
UPCI AIMer to Geneva