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Transform Chico, CA

June 17th, 2014 Rick Torrison Blessings Chico Unity Kernel
It has been exciting following your journey. We want to continue to encourage you along the way. We are hosting a conference call this Thursday that I believe will do just that.

One of our own, Rick Curry a pastor in Florida is experiencing a move of the Lord that is both profound and powerful. He will be sharing with us this Thursday what the Lord has said and is doing. I am attaching the context of what the lord is doing from this months Mobilizer for you to read.

(excerpt from June Mobilizer)
We are hearing and seeing the rumblings and activity of God in a fresh way along the gulf coast of the nation. What is being called the Gulf Stream Revival has been moving from place to place, church to church, and community to community. While what we are hearing and seeing would not be considered transforming revival as we have been observing around the world, this move of God is filled with the presence of the Lord and is awakening the Church.

Rick Curry, pastor of Kingsway Church in Pensacola, is one of the men the Lord has been using to carry this message of God's presence and fire. What makes this unique to us is Rick's role in the global transforming revival movement and The Journey to Transformation. Rick not only serves on the board of The Sentinel Group, but has been involved in the message of transforming revival from the beginning. In conversations with Rick, it is clear that what is happening must never be about a man, a meeting, manifestations, or a ministry. What he finds most encouraging about what God is doing are the principles and foundation upon which this stream was birthed.

Rick will be joining us this month on our monthly conference call. He will be sharing with us what the Lord has been doing and saying. I pray you will join us as we seek the Lord together for our lives and our communities.

Call in number: 712-432-0075
Participant access: 1412452#
12:00 PM ET
11:00 AM CT
10:00 AM MT
9:00 AM PT

May 23rd, 2014 Bonnie Reimers Let all the people say amen!!

May 23rd, 2014 raymond rummell 2 chronicles 16.9 states that the eyes of the LORD search to and fro throughout the entire earth to prove Himself strong on behalf of those whose hearts are loyal to Him.
So Holy, Glorious, Magnificient LORD....please keep increasing the loyalty level of our hearts. May our loyal hearts be strong in prayer to heal and see you do miracles through your loyal servants. May it be Your good pleasure to refer to us as Your loyal, trustworthy servants to whom You empower with authority from on high. Authority which opens eyes and ears, brings fruit and increases the sound of those that glorify Your Holy, Glorious, and Magnificent name. Oh Lord, let our loyal hearts bear much fruit as it brings You much pleasure. In Jesus name, AMEN !!!!!!!!

May 20th, 2014 Beverly Knudsen It's like the parable of the rich young man. When he told Jesus he had done all these things Jesus told him, "If you want to be perfect go sell all your possessions and give the money to the poor, then come follow me." It's a level of trust that is pure abandonment, especially if you have many possessions and you have put your trust in them or your ability to acquire them. If we are honest with ourselves (speaking for myself now) this is a challenge that we struggle with.

May 19th, 2014 Larry Lane I love the thread here. My only add to the good things you have shared is this: We love to hear what God has done in response to the faith of another and we are hungry to see that replicated in our lives and community. So we look to imitate the faith... but not the surrender. Lonnie truly divested himself of personal ownership. He not only asks for God's provision, he makes his own resources available for every need. The first step of faith is not to trust God to provide for a need in the community but to surrender everything we have believing He will provide for us. Until we have made everything we own for His use we will not likely see Him do the miracle of providing for others through us. It is way easier to declare "If God gives me the money I will give it to you," than to say, "here is my last penny. I give it to you. I believe God will meet my needs."

May 19th, 2014 Derek Hastings I totally agree.

I wouldn't even know how to work up my faith. lol

And, after I posted that I have to say I wouldn't want that kind of thing to be seen as a "Formulaic" answer to forcing Father's hand to bless us. Just an observation on what seems to be going on with Lonnie and the way Father seems to be working with him in Lynch.

I think Lonnie – by divesting himself of all of his own resources – has caused him to live in "The Moment". Trusting Father to provide on a moment by moment basis. Lonnie, therefore does not need to worry about anything. He just trusts and enjoys the freedom this gives.

May 19th, 2014 Bonnie Reimers Yes Derek..............the prayer begins with the reality of who our God is and His heart that is bigger than all of ours combined for seeing lives and communities transformed. So may we not try to work up a faith(my tendency at times) but deepen our relationship with Him. While we can all declare the importance of faith we often make our decisions based on our circumstances not on who He is and really believing His will is good for us. I am owning myself in these words. I love the prayer, and may we remain responsive to His every word! It is a great encouragement to be on the journey together and may He make us "as one."

May 19th, 2014 Derek Hastings After last night's meeting. The stories about Lonnie Riley (hope I remembered his name correctly) provoked a prayer that keeps running through my mind. This is what it sounds like:

Lord, You have given us a city, therefore you must have a strategy that our faith can stretch for. Help us to hear it, see it, feel it, cry out for it.

Lonnie's faith is so simple. There is the need, God must have a resource to meet it. If that is applied to transformation. We have a desperate need to see Him come and transform our lives and our community. Therefore, there is a specific, urgent, and expectant resource Father is holding out to us. We expect Him to provide–He expects us to respond.

May 17th, 2014 Derek Hastings Hope this works Bonnie. And, welcome home.

May 17th, 2014 Bonnie Reimers Ok so I have tried to find the mobilizer connection to listen to George but have not been successful so I am humbly asking for help!


May 17th, 2014 Bonnie Reimers See you at 6:30 Sunday evening @ Cristo Salva. We will share our journey to Kentucky!!


May 12th, 2014 Rick Torrison Blessings my friends!
I wanted to touch base with you all and to encourage you in your journey. We just returned from South Africa where we were encouraged, strengthened and provoked by all that the Lord is doing in the nations of the world. We are not alone in this journey. There are communities just like yours around the world pressing in and seeing God order steps and give vision.

Here are a few thoughts to encourage you as you continue to move forward
1. Join us this Thursday on the national conference call if you are able at 12:00 pm set to hear more about our time in South Africa
Call in number: 712-432-0075
Participant access:

2. As you continue to gather together and seek the Lord for your personal lives and your community be sure to include times of inquiry and listening. While His presence should be our greatest desire and starting place, we need to begin or continue to ask Him for His heart of our communities. We must see the true condition of the land and get His heart. . The key to inquiring of the Lord is to do so with a blank slate and to ask him to direct your inquiry. Lord, how would you have us prepare the way for you to come?

I want to encourage you to listen to the 8 minute teaching George shared with us in Cape Town on Presence and Need that was in the last Mobilizer.

3. You do not need the Journey to Transformation to get God to come. We should only be a resource to your journey. You can and must go directly to Him for your life and your community. Two of the biggest obstacles to transforming revival is distractions and lack of hunger. Transforming Revival is not a part time endeavor. We heard this over and over again from catalysts around the world.

4. Pray for up coming DW's in Mexico May 27 - 30, Grand Junction Co June 12 - 14

Praying God's Kingdom Come and His will be done in me, my life and my community as it is in heaven!
Is what I see when I look around does not look like God's Kingdom on earth then I am not done praying, fasting and inquiring.

Preparing the way UNTIL...

May 8th, 2014 raymond rummell So are we as Gods children working toward realistic full acceptance of OUR OWN PERSONAL CIRCUMSTANCES AND ISSUES? Am I seeking God and Humbling myself before Him and other believers to be sincerely transparent and brutally honest with those who would care enough to pray for me. To pray for me, to pray for you, to pray for us as we unite in our weaknesses to see Gods immeasurable strength arise in us? I am have been SO PLEASED to see this kind of sincere, transparent, prayerful accountability honored as God leads us into confession, repentance, forgiveness and obedience.

May 5th, 2014 raymond rummell You so crazy loved your Jesus potatoes post. I am praying for you this week. LOVE YA BUDDY

May 5th, 2014 Derek Hastings Amen Ray!

I caught myself standing in the kitchen looking at the sky hoping to see Him. Then I got the visual of Richard Dreyfus frantically sculpting the vision of the mountain he was obsessing over out of mashed potatoes. I had to laugh thinking of myself trying to sculpt Jesus out of Mashed Potatoes! But, I realized that my thoughts are returning to Him when I stop dealing with a current task.

May our hearts be tuned to His Frequency so that we can hear Him coming!


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