I flew to Kathmandu, Nepal by myself believing that it was strategic in establishing a prayer room in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. I remember when I landed, hopping on the back of a motor bike at 12 am with my bag and guitar. My purpose of being there was to help establish and strengthen a prayer room that was starting up. While I was there I had heard about a prayer room that had been going for a number of years already, so, being curious, I went to this house. When I walked into the prayer room, to my disbelief I saw a Congolese refugee! We went and ate and we shared stories this was a confirming moment for me that what I had heard God say three years previous was true. While in Nepal I got in touch with a friend who was on staff with YWAM in South Africa and I asked her about this Sound of the Nations ministry and what I was wanting to do in the DRC. She then tells me that she has friends in the D.R.C. I got in contact with them and I find out that they have been wanting to start a prayer room for ten years!
So after taking a trip to the D.R.C. in 2016 and moving to South Africa, joining YWAM Muizenberg and all that God is doing here I am more filled with hope than ever before to see a genuine prayer movement stir up all over the world. I want to end these stories by asking for your help to see these houses of prayer established. Click on the banner at the top of my website to see how you can join the journey!