When I look back at this year, I am continually amazed at how so many desires of my heart have been fulfilled. The Lord reminded me recently of what He spoke to my heart a number of years ago. As I grew and matured both physically and spiritually, there arose two desires in my … More God Is Good: A Look Back at 2017
The following is a testimony by Rosemary A-Aboagye, a member at Kingdom Encounters Church. In January of this year, I visited my hair stylist only to be told that part of the back of my head was bald; I was losing hair. She mentioned that it was probably Alopecia, a disease I had never heard … More “Jesus The Hair Healer” Testimony by Rosemary A-Aboagye
The following testimony is a testimony by Dorea Cemore, a member of Kingdom Encounters Church in Omaha, NE. If I remain silent the rocks will cry out, so I cry out–not that it won’t be awesome when that happens too! This is actually a miracle that many were praying for. Some of you may have … More “Jesus, The Great Physician” Testimony by Dorea Cemore
The following testimony is a testimony written by Dorea Cemore, a member of Kingdom Encounters Church in Omaha, NE. Little and big testimony: I was going to have my son for lunch after a morning Bible study with some friends. I ran out of time to be able to go to the store to buy … More “Bagel Miracle” Testimony by Dorea Cemore
The following testimony is a testimony of God`s goodness written by Dorea Cemore, a member of Kingdom Encounters Church in Omaha, NE. Little and big TESTIMONIES! Jesus went around doing good and walked in signs wonders and miracles! This seemingly little thing of buying coffee for someone at Starbucks turned into an opportunity for Pastor … More “Signs, Wonders & Miracles” Testimony by Dorea Cemore
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How do you sum up a week of ministry in Costa Rica in a few short words? You can’t. But if I had to summarize the trip in one word, it would be this: surrender. Surrender to God’s will. Surrender to God’s ways. Surrender all the ways I think things are supposed to work. … More Reflections from Costa Rica