The Heart of Worship retreat was such a powerful weekend. The Holy Spirit’s presence is truly alive within God’s people. Hearing angels singing, and it’s not a metaphor, was an overwhelming experience. Talk about Pentecost all over again!
I received a message from God during praisefest Sunday but I didn’t get the chance to share earlier… I wasn’t sure if it’s meant for everyone but I had no doubt when the worship leader said in his prayer “Please come in”, I knew …who it was for…
“Behold, I stand at the door of your heart knocking. Will you let me in? I would like to dine with you so you can taste and see the goodness of my heart.”
I’m sure everyone at the retreat was overcome by our Lord’s presence. It is my prayer that we don’t quench the Holy Spirit. May we continue to worship God not only in our singing but in our everyday lives.
I came to the retreat to serve God through the ministry. But in God’s generosity, He lifted me up in the clouds of heaven quite literally. I praise God for letting me experience the glory of His goodness.
Props to Music Min and all the service team members. It was a pleasure serving with you!
I appreciate the hospitality of our host SFC Miami especially Kino and Lindsay. We will continue to pray for your healing Lindsay.
The whole weekend was illustrated by this beautiful art work by Ariel.
God bless you all. Much love…
The Covenant Orientation (CO) Weekend is the first weekend retreat that SFCs will undergo after graduating from the Christian Life Program. It is to be conducted at least 3 months after the participants finish the Christian Life Program (CLP).
This retreat hopes to lead SFCs to desire a deeper relationship with God through a committed prayer life, Scripture reading, and receiving of the Sacraments. It will also inspire participants to live out their calling as SFCs in their family, workplace, and in community despite challenges and difficulties.
So if you haven’t been to this retreat, this is a great opportunity to get away from all the craziness you may be going through.