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
As you all know from my many posts, I love cross pollination between ministries! This silk story shared my friend Christina (from Wings of Mercy Arising) with the regular swing wings I gave her as well as me with the silk I got from her called Father’s Heart. What was fun about the ones I made her is that she unknowingly named them! On our Dyed4you Ministries FB page, we frequently post things in progress and let people share what God gives them and sometimes those things make it into the word. That was what happened with Full Bloom. Continue reading
Wanted to share this FB live video from my friend Katt of Victory Hill Flags and Banner for a variety of reasons. The first reason, is that she talks about an increase in creativity (yay for hubby prayers), but that also was exactly what the first silks I sent her were about! So I’m thanking God for answered prayer. 🙂 Continue reading
If you follow our blog, you know we love to feature other ministries who have similar giftings. We have talked about Anointed Artisans who God has called and anointed – in this case to create tools for worship. Today we want to share a couple new ones both of which happen to be out of Redding, CA (Bethel Church): Joya Flags and INovia Dance (BTW I love the fact that a pair of our Dyed4you wings is on their splash page – the ones on the left). Continue reading
I know this one is long, but there’s a LOT of good stuff in here – silk stories, words shared by one of you in the Dyed4you Community as well as some fun Dyed4you history. So I hope you’ll be blessed by it!
First up is a topic I’ve shared on a number of times on the our blog and it’s one I feel passionate about. God has specifically anointed certain people to do certain things. I call them anointed artisans (think of artisan as being an expert not simply an artist because you could be an “artisan” of computer code if that’s what Papa has gifted you to do). We see this concept clearly illustrated in Exodus 31:1-6 (AMP) Continue reading
When the tabernacle was built the Lord says of the men he selected to lead the design/creation that He had “filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— to make artistic designs” (Ex 31:3-4).
Several years back I did a post called Why it Matters Who Makes Your Flags. The short version is basically that I want to use tools made by those God has anointed to create them, not ones created in the flesh. I shared in that post several other ministries that I felt were anointed to create worship tools including of course our sister ministry Prophetic Worship Banners, Andrea York, and Margie Puckett of Unhindered and Unashamed. I wanted to share a couple more since I’ve acquired some new flags. Some are from the ministries I’ve already mentioned, but a couple new ones too. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading
A beautiful video of someone you’ve seen before who has been such a blessing to me personally. In this video – which was shot live during a recent church service – we see her first using a pair of regular swing flags called Joyful Praise (you’ve seen this style before – me demoing swing flags, as M quill flags, as an 8×54, and as a pair of voi) and then she uses a vivid pair of XL quill flags from Prophetic Worship Banners. Continue reading
Oh my heavens – apparently our friend Nickol at Prophetic Worship Banners packs a LOT more flags in her bag than I do in mine! In response to my flag bag post where I encouraged others to share what was in their bag, Nickol has opened her bag to us – she has silks obviously from Prophetic Worship Banners as well as Dyed4you and Unhindered & Unashamed. Additionally she has some from Standard of the Lord. You’ll enjoy seeing this phenomenal arsenal! Continue reading
It’s been a while since I did some flag ministry for the blog. In keeping with the theme of the Dyed4you Art image that was released yesterday called Releasing All, I decided to do flag ministry along the same theme. The song is called I Breathe You in, God and Kim Walker Smith is singing. The lyrics of the song are: Continue reading
This is another set of gorgeous silks that were hand-painted by Margie Puckett of Unhindered and Unashamed. These are XL quills called Lion of Judah – and they are truly stunning! Near the end of the video you’ll see me making smiling faces and nods to the people who were mouthing “wow” to me – LOL! Continue reading
These gorgeous silks were hand-painted by Margie Puckett of Unhindered and Unashamed. You’ve heard me talk before about why it matters who makes your flags (and if you missed it I suggest giving it a peek!), let me tell you – Margie is the real deal! I actually got to meet her because, like Dyed4you, Unhindered and Unashamed works with our friend Nickol at Prophetic Worship Banners to have her silks quilled 🙂 Continue reading
Loved this video that was entered into our recent MR quill flag giveaway. She made these dowel wings herself – and they have a powerful visual impact! I’m so glad we didn’t have to “pick” the winner, that Rafflecopter did it for us because there were some great ones! Continue reading
You all may remember Andrea from my previous post about why it matters who makes your flags. Father had us bless each other with some flags again – He loves co-mingling the anointings of different ministries (“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brethren to dwell together in unity!” Ps 133:1). Continue reading
Our friend Caleb sent me a gift… a pair of his tie-dye swing flags! This is how he sees me in the spirit – which is fun because someone described them as bright and happy flags LOL 🙂
He weights his flags a bit differently than I do the Dyed4you ones, so forgive me that you see me smack myself a couple times LOL! Continue reading
I am very particular not just the type of flags I use, but also by whom they are made. Obviously I have a love for the silks the Father births through me, but it occurred to me I might share why it matters who makes the flags you use.