Here at Revival
Connections we have the best of both worlds - worship in a
family atmosphere with love and laughter, as well as
relationships with national & international ministers who
come through to equip and train us regularly.
WORSHIP DAY AND TIME - Friday evenings at 6:30pm.
are in the ministry barn at 1613 Route 14, White River Junction
Dee Copley is often teaching on
de-Greeking our Western understanding of the Bible with it's
Hebrew roots but whatever the topic there is much discussion and
lively interaction. Come and join us at our "cafe". Come when you can. Leave when you have
Special Ministry Guests:
Barbara Lanzdorf - May 24th & 25th - Friday and Saturday at 6:30pm
It's a delight to have our friend
Barbara Lanzdorf back with us for 2 evenings, Friday and Saturday
May 24 & 25! Her teaching is excellent and scriptural and
filled with revelation, her prophetic words are accurate and
filled with the heart of God. She is always a gift to this house
and everyone who gathers here.
BIO: While a student Barbara had a life
changing encounter with the love of God and her life took a new
turn. She crossed the country to Ashland, Virginia where she began
a journey of being mentored and trained Ruth Ward Heflin. Her
hands-on training included volunteer participation in the Camp
meetings hosted by the ministry, missions, ministry to the poor,
and crusades around the world. Barbara was part of the staff at
the Calvary Campground in Ashland, Va for over 20 years, and still
continues in relationship with them. Her ministry experience is
wide and varied, from living in Hong Kong to minister in Asia, to
living in Jerusalem with Ruth Heflin, to being on staff at a
street mission in San Diego, Ca to minister to the needs of the
homeless during the beginning of the AIDS outbreak. She has
ministered in 27 nations, has been a missionary, an evangelist,
Today, based in St Paul, Minnesota, Barbara continues her work as
a minister of the Gospel of the Kingdom across America and around
the world. Like her mentors, Barbara is involved in a wide
spectrum of Christian endeavor and crosses denominational barriers
to minister to Evangelicals, Catholics, Protestants, Messianic
Christians, and many streams of the Body of Christ. Her goal is to
be a vessel God can use to bless and encourage everyone she meets,
and to equip people and encourage them in a lifestyle of worship
and devotion. All for the Glory of God.
Though having been in ministry for many years, Barbara is more
excited than ever about Who God IS and WHAT He is doing in the
earth today. She loves nothing more than to be in God's Presence
and to help usher people into encounters with the Spirit of Life.
Through Prophetic ministry and preaching the Scriptures Barbara
has seen the Love of God bring new life, healing and revelation,
and a deeper life of devotion to people the world over. A widow
for over 4 years, she is the joyful mother of 4 and grandmother of
Winnie Bauer's June meetings are
now postponed until the fall.
Place of Refuge. We have ministry guests from India
in June and Sri Lanka in
We have known both of these young
ministries since 2007 and
they have been diligently serving the Lord
under persecution and in difficult
Please help us support these
ministries. They have stories that need to
be heard by the church
here in the
Thank you, Dee
India: Although finances have kept us from sending
teams around the world in recent years, Dee is ministering
to remote places in India over the phone and on video chat
now and the Holy Spirit is moving with awesome results.
Our God is truly an awesome God!
Food: The Lord impressed on Dee three years ago to
make the garden bigger and bigger and bigger again.
Although Revival Connections has always been a place of
feeding people and a place of hospitality, He has been
teaching us again how to grow food and prepare a Place of
Each year we invite others to join us and we
increase the size of the garden space. Along with an
organic garden growing bigger each year, we have
composting and vermiculture increasing the productivity of
the gardens, maple syrup from our own trees, Rhode Island
Red and Buckeye chickens and a colony of Russian bees.
Spring 2013, eight gallons of maple syrup were
produced and six "Abundance" blueberry bushes were donated
and planted on the land.
We are working on an aquaponics project with
used IBC totes and have received approval from the State
of Vermont to import and breed blue tilapia fish. We hope
that aquaponics will be a project that we can take to the
nations one day.
Also we have gained access to a gravity feed
pellet stove that heats water to keep the tilapia warm and
expanded shale for the grow beds. We hope to have more
pictures of the new project soon! In the process Todd and
Dee decided to go into business, Gravity Feed Stoves
Matthew 25:37“Then the righteous will say to him, ‘Lord,
when did we see you hungry and give you something to eat,
or thirsty and give you something to drink? 38When did we
see you as a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe
you? 39When did we see you sick or in prison and visit
you?’ 40The king will answer them, ‘Truly I tell you, in
that you did it for one of the least important of these my
brothers, you did it for me.’
Matthew 28:18And Jesus came and said to them, “All
authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.
19Go therefore and make disciples of all nations,
baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son
and of the Holy Spirit, 20teaching them to observe all
that I have commanded you.
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