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Dianna Hobbs, Founder of 'Activate Intercessors' conference says ‘God blessed us tremendously’

Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. president, Dianna Hobbs, founder of the annual Activate Intercessors regional prayer and worship conference, is recapping the gathering that set the Western New York region ablaze.

“It was a move of God,” said the women’s ministry leader in her latest YouTube vlog titled, “God is great.”

“God blessed us just tremendously,” continued Hobbs. “I am so grateful for His grace and His favor, and how the Holy Ghost showered us.”

 Chart-topping recording artist, Maranda Curtis, worship leader at Bishop T.D. Jakes' "The Potter's House" was Dianna Hobbs' special guest at Activate 2018 (Photo Credit: J Marie Photography)

Chart-topping recording artist, Maranda Curtis, worship leader at Bishop T.D. Jakes' "The Potter's House" was Dianna Hobbs' special guest at Activate 2018 (Photo Credit: J Marie Photography)

Activate is a free, Christian, mission-based, non-denominational gathering to encourage believers to combine prayer, worship and faith, to see God do wonders in their lives.

‘Every worshiper, every speaker, just everything that was done, the Lord was in it. So I just want to thank those of you who prayed, for those of you who sowed, for those of you who partnered with the conference, for those of you who showed up, for those of you who participated in some way,” Hobbs said.

The founder’s husband, Pastor Kenya Hobbs, chimed in, “The spirit of the Lord was in that room so mightily. It was incredible.”

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