Saturday, January 02, 2010


I have been watching the live stream of the memorial service for Derek Loux. Lou Engle is talking as I type. Lou Engle is the visionary and co-founder of TheCall solemn assemblies (, a movement of prayer gathering young adults to pray and fast for breakthrough and revival. TheCall began in Washington, DC in 2000 gathering over 400,000 people to pray and fast for the United States. Since 2000, The Call has gathered hundreds of thousands of people to pray both national and internationally.

He is talking right now about something that is resonating in my spirit.

About the movement to rescue children.

When Derek Loux died, he was on his way home from a training session on relesaing children from the sex trade and people trafficking. He and his wife Renee lived their lives to rescue children and to adopt them into his family.

In the last six months, three people have spoken to me about the call they are feeling to adopt or foster. One friend in my previous church is in the final stages of formal approval for long-term fostering.

Lou Engle has just prophesied about a mass movement of adoption and rescue of children. He speaks as one who has spent years praying for the nation.
Could this be a sign of the coming revival? T

"When love takes you in, it takes you in for good".
(Steve Curtis Chapman)

1 comment:

  1. I'm adopted so I'd be all for it!


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