The Persecuted Family of Believers, The True “Missing Link”
Presented by: Darcie Gill
We will look at what is taking place in the hostile and restricted nations, the stories of the persecuted family of Believers and the need for the “free church” to learn from these powerful testimonies of faith. The lives of your brothers and sisters who suffer for Christ will challenge you to be true salt and light in the culture God has placed you. The question is not “if persecution is coming to America,” but the question is “will the church in America faithfully stand as persecution increases”? We have been given marvelous teachers in more than 60 nations where it is not politically, socially or religiously correct to be followers of Jesus. When you leave the workshop you will understand how to pray effectively for these dear saints. My prayer is also that you will examine your life as I am constantly impressed to examine mine.
Time: Friday 9 to 11 a.m.
Bio: Darcie Gill is a wife, mother of three children and grandmother to eight precious little ones. Darcie came to know Jesus in 1972 in Beaumont, California. She is a graduate of North Florida Theological Seminary where she earned a masters degree in Christian Education. In 1998 the Gills began serving the persecuted church with The Voice of the Martyrs. Since then, Darcie has had the privilege of being a voice for these suffering Christians in hundreds of churches and gatherings across America. Darcie has had the opportunity to minister to persecuted Christians when she traveled to Cuba, Sudan, Vietnam, China, Pakistan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia, Kashmir, India, Jordan, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and other Middle East nations. Through these first-hand encounters, Darcie will share the victories of the suffering Body allowing you the great honor of getting to know your family who endure afflictions for the cause of Christ.