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Dianna Hobbs says pray for ‘a move of God’ at upcoming ‘Activate Intercessors’ prayer conference [VIDEO]

Photo Credit: Empowering Everyday Women MinistriesArticle By Amy Bertinelli // EEW Magazine Ministry News

Share Western New Yorkers are preparing to attend the ACTIVATE intercessory prayer conference announced by Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. last week.

Dianna Hobbs, founder of the ministry, requested that supporters pray for “a move of God” at the two-day event slated for November 4-5, 2017. The appeal can be seen in her current vlog.

“Over the weekend, our staff worked really, really hard at Empowering Everyday Women, just stuffing envelopes, getting letters out to first ladies [and] pastors around the region about this conference that the Lord birthed in my heart,” said Hobbs in a YouTube video uploaded Monday, September 4.

“Just be praying,” continued the Evangelistic Temple COGIC first lady, who is hosting the non-denominational gathering of believers in the fall.

“Intercede with me,” the 40-year-old continued, requesting that faith leaders and ministry partners believe for “a move of God.”

The brief segment is featured on the latest installment of the Hobbs family’s vlog series in a video titled "A Little Out of Sorts."

On Saturday, Nov 4th, the conference kicks off at Elim Christian Fellowship Church at 7 pm, 70 Chalmers Place, Buffalo New York 14214.  On this night, Hobbs will minister the word of God and pray over those in attendance to strengthen and ACTIVATE intercessors.

On Sunday, Nov 5th, an impartation service will be held at Covenant of Grace Fellowship International at 6 pm, 2351 Whirlpool St., Niagara Falls, NY 14305. It is the very site of Hobbs’ own healing. On this night, intercessors and worshipers will unite for an evening of free-flowing worship and intercession. Hobbs will also be among the prayer warriors.

Additional guests will be announced in the coming days.

“I believe God is going to meet us in a mighty way,” says Hobbs. “This event was not my idea. It is something God planted in my spirit. I am just a steward over it. My mission is to ACTIVATE prayer warriors, because prayer is powerful and effective. I’m a living testimony.”

The theme of the free event is, “Calling, commissioning and mobilizing intercessors.” It is based upon the scripture reference in James 5:6 NIV, “…The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.”

According to the conference website, Hobbs and other women of God will “blend faith-filled prayer with pure worship, to create a combustible move of God that, when it breaks out, will result in miracles, healing, breakthrough and deliverance.”

Vendor opportunities are available. To inquire further about the event or to volunteer, email the ACTIVATE
conference staff at activate@empoweringeverydaywomen.com.

Watch.


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