One of the biggest missing components of prayer is the lack of intercession. Intercession is to pray on behalf of someone else of on behalf of a situation.

So many verses in Scripture talk about what God does as we intercede on another’s behalf. Jesus himself in constant intercession for us (Hebrews 7:25). In Job 16:20-21 we read: “My intercessor is my friend …on behalf of a man he pleads with God as a man pleads for his friend.”

My heart’s cry is that Father’s Beloved brides will rise up in the strength, power, and authority that we have been so richly entrusted. My heart’s passion is that Father’s Beloved brides would be the houses of prayer Jesus spoke of in Luke 19:46.

Through 17 years of Father re-purposing and re-focusing my life as one of His prophetic intercessors, I am utterly convinced of three things:

  1. He speaks, may we listen.
  2. He loves, may we not live in fear.
  3. He heals, may we receive all the healing and freedom He has for us.

In a similar way to the prophet Amos, I’m a teacher by trade who was perfectly content with teaching children and serving in children’s ministry at my church. Yet, as with Amos, Father called me away from that pursuit and thrust me into what has become 1019 ministries based on Luke 10:19.

This site is an invitation, an invocation, a plea for Father’s Beloved sons and daughters to rise up in the strength that Father longs for us to walk in with honor, power, authority, and great faith.

When Jesus returns, my dear brothers and sisters, may He find faith (Luke 18:8). May He find His bride faithfully and consistently engaging in the vibrant, ongoing, passionate love affair pursuit of prayer with the Lover of our souls, with the King of kings and Lord of lords.