On Daily Faith, joining us from Manna Church in Fayetteville, NC, is Pastor Chris Fletcher. Manna Church is a movement of churches worldwide, with over twenty-four campuses and growing. They’re planting churches and equipping the saints for the coming harvest. Today, Pastor Chris is sharing a powerful word from the place of victory. The Word of God says that in this world, we may endure hard times, but to be of good cheer, Jesus has already overcome it! It’s time to realize the authority that God has given us and walk in that freedom. We are saints, joint-heirs to the Kingdom of God. Jesus paid the highest price so that we could live in this victory on Earth. The finished work of the cross enables us to stand as conquerors. There is no rival or equal to God, for the enemy is already under His feet. We want to agree with you, by faith, that what the enemy meant for evil, harm, and torment against you, God is turning around for your good. Wake from your slumber and start declaring the word of God out loud over your life, so the enemy knows where you stand. You are more than a conqueror in Christ; no weapon formed against you shall prosper in Jesus’ name! When we submit to God and resist the devil, he shall flee. Say, I’ve remembered who I am, so devil, start running, in Jesus’ name!
To visit Manna Church with Pastor Chris Fletcher, please see www.manna.church.
Rescuing children is the heart and soul of The Orphans Hands. Over the many years, we have saved countless orphaned and abandoned children from the risks of human trafficking in Eastern Europe. In Moldova, alcohol abuse, extreme poverty, and the lack of social support have become a lethal cycle of hopelessness and abandonment for many families. Desperation becomes fear as parents send their children to an orphanage. Once they turn sixteen, these kids are forced out with a bus ticket to where they came from, leaving them subject to the false hopes of the human traffickers.
We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a former home in Odessa, Ukraine, that helps to care for their needs. Our kids are growing in the love of Jesus. They have discovered their identity in Christ, placed faith over past fears, and are walking in their God-given authority. By understanding the finished work of the Cross, they believe nothing is impossible for God. With the Russian war on Ukraine worsening, our kids see the needs of the Ukrainian refugees all the more and have great desires to give more. As they’re gearing up for another harsh Moldovian winter, they’re asking for your help to share the warmth of God’s love and remembrance through a coat this Christmas.