A night of dedication and celebration was held Jan. 9 at the new Northern New Mexico Revival Center (NNMRC) at 134 N.M. 4 in White Rock.
Nearly 50 people from around the area, and from as far away as Albuquerque, joined together to worship, share and dedicate this ministry to God’s plans and purposes. In addition to the pastors/directors of the NNMRC, five others from the community shared what this ministry has meant to them and what they see God doing through it in the future.
Sarah Keddilty Alei from Albuquerque raises her hands in worship. Courtesy photo
Following these inspirational testimonies and comments, there was a time of food and fellowship, with participants staying quite late to visit together and pray for one another. Several physical healings were reported.
The NNMRC has a vision to share God’s love, light and life with this community and with northern New Mexico in nontraditional ways, and to be catalysts for spiritual transformation and revival. Currently, this is taking place through Rev!veLA, a night of prophetic worship and intercession for our area, which meets at 6:30 p.m. Fridays and through the Sunday Gathering, which meets at 4 p.m. Sundays.
It also is happening through weekend equipping seminars open to the community, and through special weekend ministry events with guest ministry from outside the state. The weekend of Feb. 27 through March 1, the NNMRC will host Cliff Bell, who has a well-known and established prophetic ministry in the nation of Mexico. Cliff ministers with the Father’s heart and longs to see restoration and release in the lives of individuals.
In the future, the NNMRC plans to establish a Healing Rooms type of ministry also, where anyone in the community can come for powerful prayer one night a week without an appointment, without charge, and without strings attached. The heart of the NNMRC is to be a blessing to this area, with the sense that spiritual life and revival will flow from this place to touch the world!
For further information, contact Pastors/Directors Dave and Dee at 505.455.9218, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the NNMRC Facebook page. It is still under construction, but soon will have regular news posted concerning the revival center.