After seeing an exciting baseball game in Milwaukee, Bob and Faith Murray decided to get an early start the next morning so they could travel a good distance home before dark. Driving home, the weather turned from rain, to sleet, to a full-on snow storm.
I have personally been blessed by the Aglow family in many ways. It's incredible to know that people internationally are praying on my behalf. There is nothing like having people in your life that are encouraging and supporting you. Every person I have met in Aglow has showered me with love. Now that I am older, I have had the privilege of speaking at two different Aglow meetings. These opportunities blessed me tremendously because the Lord gave me the opportunity to share my testimony of His faithful love in my life.
“Take a moment to ask God if He would use you in Aglow. Then run, don't walk, to find out where to begin. The ladies in your community will one day thank you for being there for them and Aglow will help you to do the rest.
An Aglow woman in Texas is using the Aglow Bible Study, "Shame, the Thief of Intimacy" to mentor recovering meth addicts. She writes, “The results of freedom have been outstanding. One of the women I am mentoring is being led to open a facility for active users that want to get clean so they can go to rehab.
Bonnie Minnick, a young leader from Montana writes about the life-changing experience she had at the 2016 U.S. Aglow Conference. “Conference was very powerful for me. During worship on Thursday God spoke three things to me 1) to believe in myself 2) that my Heavenly Father does not think little of me, and 3) that He is awakening me to declare His victory.
“As Fairborn Aglow entered 2016 we were stirred to continue focusing on community outreach,” writes Tina Marie Brown, Aglow Fairborn President. Tina continues, “We drew our inspiration from Jane Hanson Hoyt, who gave us direction in the US Leaders Digest.
On New Year’s Day a team of 16 men and women ministered on the streets of Pasadena, California for the 2017 Aglow Transformation Rose Parade Outreach. There were three generations working together to share Jesus with the thousands of people on the parade route.