Author Archives: Dyed4you (Meghan)

Mighty Confirmation

Periodically, we get requests for special orders, and assuming Papa gives the ok for us to create whatever is requested, we will happily collaborate with others on a new piece. I had one such request this past week, and little did I know the beautiful upheaval this awesome silk would create.  Continue reading

Meghan’s Collection from Other Flag Ministries

My friend Katt from Victory Hill Flags issued a challenge of sorts that we share our collection of flags from other ministries (This reminds me a bit of a couple posts from 2013: Meghan’s Flag Bag and Nickol’s Flag Bag). So I went live to share a portion of my collection with the following disclaimers LOL 🙂 Continue reading

Personal Worship with a Haitian Flair

My friend Gloria (author of the Learn Haitian Creole with Gloria series which feature Dyed4you Art covers) during a moment of private worship. The song is Ou Bon Pou Mwen By Peeterson St Dic, Rodyoume Dieujuste, Yvens Dchrist, David Deg. The flag is a regular bendie wing called My Path.  Continue reading

Worship at gateway:61

I upload lots of clips of worship during services at our church (gateway:61) but they don’t always make it into the blog here, so I wanted to share a few because I know they’ll be a blessing. All these videos are from a couple weeks in March 2018 (and one from a worship night in January 2018 at the top). (More pics on my personal site.) Continue reading

Birthday Gift from God

This is a fun silk story about a pair of large bendie wings (5mm aka “light” weight silk) called Trustworthy that I had set aside to giveaway. I had a whole giveaway planned and had even done the video announcement for it. Then one night as I’m scrolling through Facebook, several videos showed up in my feed of a woman worshiping. I didn’t know her, she’d shared them in a group we’re both part of, but I clearly heard God say “Give them to her.”  Continue reading

Wings during Passover

Two beautiful pairs of large bendie wings (5mm aka “light” weight silk) called Batach YHWH (Trust the Lord) in use during a Passover Seder. When the pastor received the flags his response was that “Flags are everything I wanted them to be and more – truly breathtaking” 🙂  Continue reading

How-to Minister with Flags and About Flag Ministry

We recorded this live on our Dyed4you Ministries facebook page, this Lunchtime Live was about flag ministry, the name of God YHVH Nissi (the Lord My Banner), our Why We Flag quick reference card, a Prophetic Nugget called YHVH Nissi (the Lord my Banner), and ministry time.  Continue reading

An Army of Banners

During a week of 7 nights of prayer at gateway:61, there were many beautiful moments involving Dyed4you silk (which seems to happen a lot there in general), but we wanted to share a few because it’s always lovely to see banners woven in so beautifully to prayer and worship. In this first one they are a glorious prophetic declaration.  Continue reading

Sacred Prophetic Space

This beautiful pair of XL light bendie wings are near and dear to my heart! So grateful they found the perfect home. The pictures of these beauties have already ended up in a Dyed4you Art piece called Heir of Promise, which I have hanging in my prayer closet (see it and read my testimony).  When Papa told me to list these on our Dyed4you Readymade store, I struggled because I really REALLY wanted to be sure they went to someone who would fully “get” how anointed and awesome they are. As always, Papa had an awesome plan! Continue reading

Anointed Long Swing Flag

We were inspired to try a new size swing flag – it’s a longer version of our regular swing flag (which is 35×55″), this one was 35×84″ and it turned out lovely! This recipient got one in the Made Clean style (read the full word for this silk on our Dyed4you Ministries blog) and is loving worshipping with it! See pictures of her ministering with it below (their ministry is called At His Feet Dance Ministry). I’ve also included the demo we made of this flag before it was shipped, but first, here were her comments 🙂 Continue reading