Posts with the tag “testimony”
NOW IS THE TIME!!
by Deana Bell on January 1st, 2020
BY: Deana Bell, Director, Restored Marriage He took my breath away! Quite literally.As I stood there in the kitchen, just hours before the turn of the decade, my breath was taken away. I was gasping, as tears were running down my cheeks, because of the word He just spoke to my heart."You will know me to the greatest depths this year."I tried to catch my breath and process what He had just said to ...
A Daughter's Tribute
by Deana Bell on November 6th, 2019
By Jennie (Little) Hohnstadt, daughter of Mary Little, CK IntercessorThis tribute was read by Jennie, to her mother and a group of Covenant Keepers that met at Mary's home in 2014 for a CK Yellow Ribbon Day. We hope it blesses you as much as it blesses us to know that our stands are valuable, even (and especially) to our children. Never doubt that you are making an impact on your children by stand...
Profoundly Proud (A Letter to My Covenant Keeping Parents)
by Deana Bell on November 4th, 2019
Gary and Deb Routon were the NW Regional Directors of Covenant Keepers until Gary's sudden and unexpected passing in 2016. Deb has been holding that position herself since that time. The Routon's have three grown sons...Ben, Aaron and Micah. Micah, their youngest, wrote this letter to his parents in April of 2012. He was 14 when his parent's marriage crisis occurred. They were restored in 1994 and...
Releasing My Journey of Faith
by Deana Bell on October 23rd, 2019
FROM THE CK STAFF:Our dear friend and intercessor, Lorraine Woodhouse, who turned 90 years old last month, has been on a journey of faith the last couple of years trusting God to help her write a book about walking out covenant in this broken world of ours. The title of her book, Lorriane's Journey of Faith, released May 24, 2018, is truly how she has lived her life for decades. Here is a short ex...
A Family Restored
by Koji Bell on September 25th, 2019
(Testimony by a CK in Canada)Bob and I had been married for 16 years when the day came that he informed me he wanted a divorce. Our marriage had been rocky; the abuse was verbal on both our accounts, and our three sons had been witness to much of it.On this particular day, all three boys had attended the last day of Vacation Bible School and had gone with our pastor’s family to the lake, leaving B...
by Jackson Bell on September 23rd, 2019
By: a CK Leader and IntercessorWalking this journey for the last 11 years has been such a beautiful process of the Lord refining me and working out of me whatever does not reflect Him. The first few years were mostly me responding to attacks and insults out of my own flesh. Over time, and with a sincere heart to genuinely follow Him, my responses to attacks and insults the last several years hav...
Obedience Brings Blessing
by Jackson Bell on September 16th, 2019
(Testimony of a Covenant Keeper in New Zealand)A little over three years ago, my husband started living with the other woman. When I advised him that I was not at peace with our children staying overnight in that set-up, he responded by applying for custody of two of our sons.After much prayer and soul searching, I felt I was not to contest his application, but to allow the boys to go and live wit...
Covenant Keepers Conference Reflections
by Jackson Bell on September 11th, 2019
By: Eric and Kelly Hackman, Church Elders, Hopewell Christian Fellowship, Telford, PAAs Eric and I stepped into the conference on Friday night, just as worship was beginning, I sensed that we were among greatness. I kept hearing the word “remnant” from the Lord. I realized as I worshiped with the group, that I was blessed to be witnessing this holy remnant of His people who are still holding Holy ...
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