Last month, Revive Our Hearts, together with Revive Our Hearts South Africa, hosted the Come to the Well Conference in Pretoria that was attended by around 1,200 women – including women from America, Mexico, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Dubai, Kenia, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe.
“The messages of Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and Dannah Gresh touched their listeners in a gentle, yet strong and deep way, and undoubtedly hit home,” the ministry in South Africa reported. “Many breakthroughs were made in the lives of women. The testimonies of what God did are overwhelming.”
One attendee shared how the message on the first day of the two-day conference prompted her to call her husband to apologize for not always being respectful toward him.
“I did this during our lunch break and he was so surprised. When I got home that night his whole attitude had somehow subtly changed. Or maybe it is me?” she shared.
Another attendee said, “Since Friday, I have been transformed. I’m a new person. I was drinking from a dry well. Now I know that all I need is living water, which is our Lord, Jesus Christ.”
“We praise the Lord for what He accomplished through His Spirit,” the ministry reported. “We believe that the seeds which have been sown will produce a hundredfold increase in fruit.”
Following its Revive ’19 Conference this fall, the U.S.-based ministry is looking forward to its next international conference in Monterey, Mexico, in 2020 as the global movement of Revive Our Hearts continues to gain momentum.
Revive Our Hearts is an outreach of Life Action Ministries, which was founded more than 40 years ago to spark spiritual change in families, churches, and nations.