Marie and Darlene, of the ICDF Network for Flags and Banners, respond to the question: 'What is a leader?'
Featuring ICDF'S Network for Flags and Banners.
March's newsletter is full of articles, photos, and reflections from network members!
by Patrik Peterson (Psalto, Sweden) This article was first published in the December 2016 edition of the ICDF Newsletter, “Flags & Banners.” I took part in meetings in public squares containing worship, prayer and testimony, during early "Jesus manifestations" in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. I felt a need to celebrate and indicate the Lord's presence in … Continue reading Proclaiming Jesus
by Steven Turner (CDF Britain) This article was first published in the December 2016 edition of the ICDF Newsletter, “Flags & Banners.” Over the last few years, God has taken me on a journey exploring the range of ways banners are used. The colours and images on the banners have always been spiritually significant to … Continue reading Enacting the prophetic word
This prayer by Darlene West was first published in the December 2016 edition of the ICDF Newsletter, “Flags & Banners.” Prayer for the Network The following is my prayer for the Flags and Banners Network. Perhaps each one can agree in their hearts and we can offer our prayers to the Lord as a sweet fragrance. Lord, I … Continue reading Prayer from the Flags & Banners Network
This article by Marie Bensley was first published in the December 2016 edition of the ICDF Newsletter, "Flags & Banners." The reason we use flags is because, I believe, there is a power released from the heavenlies when God sees surrendered and obedient hearts moving out in this way. Anyone can stand in a congregation and … Continue reading Releasing heavenly power
From the Networks cyberforum: “Like the choreography of a beautiful dance, the different ministries of God’s dance partners in the church are working together to bring God’s plan to fruition. God wants to dance with us.” (Brian Johnson – ‘Come Dance with Me’) Some of you may remember the time when ‘dance in church’ was … Continue reading It’s Like Electricity