Just before the Wyoming Women's Center stopped allowing ministry teams to go in because of the Coronovirus, the Wyoming Aglow Prison Team was able to go to their scheduled monthly meeting. God had His people in the right place at the right time!
“What is your Area Team doing to connect with your leaders during this pandemic,” asked Karan Reed to her leaders in a phone call. Excitement could be heard in each voice as they began to share.
Several months ago Helen Gouge, former officer of the Longmont, CO Lighthouse, hosted the Jerusalem Convocation in her home. The group experienced His Presence in an “overwhelming way”.
The Matteson Single Moms group hosted a Winter Ball for single moms, their children and loved ones. The aroma which filled the room was that of happiness and joy. The decorations were carefully designed and staged to transform the space into a welcoming wintry eat and play land. There were giant gingerbread men and ice skating snow families.
Who's that showing off their winter coat? It must be the ones who came out for the AGLOW International Matteson Single Moms' Winter Coat Distribution! They were happy to model and strike a pose for the camera - children and grown-ups, alike - because they were so delighted with their new finds!
Jean Priest began an outreach to the Duluth Police Department several years ago. Each year it has grown to include all first responders and their families! Last year there were so many in attendance that they ran out of food and had to hustle to bring in extra.
In 2019 the Aglow Prison Ministry experienced the Lord work in a mighty way throughout the jails and prisons in the State of California. As events in the world intensify, so does the work and the Word of the Lord!
Carol Mills and her team found a way to bless their community by reaching out to the First Responders with a phone in prayer line.