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Trumpet Call, 11/11/14

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By , November 12, 2014 4:52 pm

Yesterday was Trumpet Call, a time when we dig a little deeper into what we’ve been learning and receive some one-on-one (or 2 on 1) prayer time around an issue God is targeting in our lives. We sang “More and More of You” by Selah, “Always Good” by Kathryn Scott, and “All My Fountains” by Chris Tomlin.

Dana walked us through the worksheet, leading us to seek the Lord regarding how we may have shut off the flow of the fruits of the Holy Spirit into and through our lives. She shared personal examples of what it has looked like in her own life. She also showed some parallels between growing wine grapes and growing spiritual fruit as sometimes the gardener trains, prunes, and positions so that the fruit is more abundant and sweeter.

Trumpet Call: Rethinking Time, Part Four – 11/12/13

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By , November 14, 2013 2:30 pm

This week we began by worshipping God for being the Alpha and Omega, Beginning and End…and for being greater than anything in our past, present or future. We sang 1) Whom Shall I Fear? by Chris Tomlin  2) Stronger by Hillsongs and 3) How Great Is Our God by Chris Tomlin.


Dana shared the work she had done on the Tool and Technique: Timeline, going through some of her “squares” with us. She demonstrated how believing lies affects our behaviors and how to arrest the process with God’s truth.


After the teaching we had a time of listening prayer as we heard Nichole Nordeman’s “I Am” and David Crowder’s “Here’s My Heart Lord”

Trumpet Call – 03/12/13

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By , March 13, 2013 4:12 pm

Today Dana shared two stories from her own life where God called her to a painful place she had not known. She walked us through how she chose to stay in relationship with God and others and how it resulted in stronger faith and knowing God in a new way. She then presented some exercises and questions to help us look at our own challenging circumstances to identify the work God might be doing in our lives.

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