On Daily Faith, Pastor Rich Butler is here to share a powerful revelation about remaining in the Presence of God. Pastor Rich Butler is the Lead Pastor of a spirit-filled, multi-campus church, Hope Church in Spartanburg, SC. He has recently launched a new location in Greenville, SC, in the state’s oldest Assemblies of God church. Pastor Rich feels that in the extraordinary times that we are living, God is stirring up the hearts of those hungry for more of God. He believes this is a prophetic sign to call the people to return to Lord and secure their spiritual foundation in Him. In Exodus 16:33 of the Bible, Moses told the Lord before entering the Promised Land that they would not prosper in the land if God didn’t go with them. This truth remains vitally true for all believers in the church today; our man-made carts are not equipped to carry His presence; we must be baptized with His Spirit, enabling us to carry His word throughout the Earth. If you are experiencing a season of spiritual drought, ask the Lord for a fresh baptism, an infilling of the Holy Spirit in your heart today! It’s the Presence of God that sets us apart from the world. It’s only the presence of God that can bring about the most significant change in your life for His kingdom’s purpose.
To learn more about Hope Church with Pastor Rich Butler in Spartanburg, SC, please visit www.hopesc.org.
The Orphans Hands ministry has rescued and saved the lives of countless orphaned children for over thirty years. Moldova has one of the highest death rates due to alcohol abuse. As poverty sets in their homes, their children are forced to grow up in an orphanage. They are abandoned and afraid, longing for a glimmer of hope. When they age out of the system at sixteen, they are kicked out on the streets with nowhere to turn. They’re subject to the risks and false hopes of the human traffickers. The Orphans Hands ministry has a village of homes in Moldova and a house in Odessa, Ukraine. Upon entering their newfound promised land at Vatra Village, the presence of God has encompassed their lives, forever changed by His love. No longer orphans but sons and daughters of God turned into missionaries. Putin’s War on Ukraine has caused us to safely evacuate our home in Odessa. Our kids are supporting the Ukrainian refugees by supplying food, blankets, and Bibles and sharing a glimmer of hope. We need your support to continue reaching beyond our grasp to help those in need. Thank you for your kindness and support for the Orphan’s Hands. To learn more about how you can help support a convoy of love through the Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.