WEEK 3 | Team Nova Scotia

And that’s a wrap, another fun snowy week in Canada! We went to the mall several days in a row for prophetic evangelism and came away with numerous new friends! In fact, we had so much favor there that the mall manager allowed us to let us set up tables in the main walkway to give out “Encouraging Words” (aka prophetic words)! We were surprised by how many shoppers stopped to receive words, not to mention curious store employees! 

We also hosted the “Spirit Cafe” several nights as well, offering the community prophetic words, physical healings, and inner healing sessions. As each night passed more and more people came to the church for supernatural encounters, including nonbelievers, critics, and random strangers we invited from our coffee shop visits! Numerous people came in skeptical and left with undeniably powerful experiences with Jesus! For example, one man had a miraculous physical healing in his shoulder, and his severe pain completely disappeared on the spot! 

We also hosted the second half to our inner healing conference, “Into the Deep.” On Friday we partnered with a “Catch the Fire” leader out of Toronto named Dan Slade. He delivered an enlightening message on heaven breaking into earth, and a vast majority of congregation came to the front to be filled with the Spirit! Then Saturday our team continued our series on inner healing- Trent spoke on Ungodly Beliefs, Gina taught on a Heart of Stone, and Tim explained the concept of Soaking. Then Morgan finished our 6th and final day of inner healing messages by speaking on Sonship. And for the first time ever, Nicole painted prophetically in front of a congregation. The church has already asked for us to come back, and some of us are already planning return visits! 

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The team also enjoyed numerous worship and prayer sessions at both the church and home of our hosts, Bill and Rosie Legge. And of course, no trip to Canada would be complete without a late night run to Dairy Queen for hot poutine (a Canadian dish made of fries, gravy, and cheese that we’ve come to love). 

We have more adventures coming up soon including visiting the hospital to pray, traveling to Shushan (a supernatural worship center), and touring historical sites! More on those soon, you won’t want to miss our next update! 

- Written by Cheryl Brehm

 Photo by Trenton Alan

Photo by Trenton Alan

 Photo by Trenton Alan

Photo by Trenton Alan