All scarf stories are fun for me, but it never ceases to amaze me how He works through the Dyed4you Blog Giveaways. This was one of the first giveaways where He told me to find the winner among the previous comments – which makes it extra fun because anytime someone leaves a comment it means they could win at some random future point too! Continue reading
In this silk ministry I’m using a pair of Isaiah 54 swing flags. The focus of the intercession is to battle hopelessness, depression, and woundings from the enemy; bringing restoration, healing, hope, joy and to usher in the fulfillment of God’s promises (exactly the focus of the call Father confirmed through this style silk to another woman in the D4Y Community). Continue reading
This is a fun story because there’s lots to share! It starts with a dance team in VT (Living Hope Christian Church) ordering 14×72 scarves to use as sashes and special order 8mm 45×108 silks that were divided in half with 2 flag seams added to make a pair. You saw video I made of one pair of the flags before I sent them out.
Even just from seeing my demo video the team gave an awesome response:
This is just a short scarf story about a scarf I made in May called Fertile. When I made the scarf I asked the purchaser (who was giving it as a gift) if she knew if the recipient was trying to get pregnant because it was what I sensed God showing me, but she didn’t know. Continue reading
This is a long scarf story that happened over a period of about 5 months (January to May – sorry it took me so long to post!). It is so beautiful and I love and am amazed at how God moves. Let me start at the beginning… it all started when Reyna (a teacher at a Christian school) contacted me wanting to get scarves for all the students in her praise dance class (as well as one for herself and her teacher’s assistant). Continue reading
I ordered a custom dyed scarf and expectantly waited for it to arrive. It could not be more perfect for me. Thank you for listening to God and touching my life.
Then 10 days later, I received the full story: