CMM, the Spirit of Issachar and His Sons

Given a new sword and seeking a sharper focus at CMM in this new season the Lord is showing us fresh ways of how we can connect and strengthen as we anticipate and see more fruit with our network friends, our family, in the nations as we align with heaven for the glory of the Lord.  Everything in every sphere in the world is changing fast. We sense a real acceleration in available revelation and grace from Daddy to be more and do more to prepare ourselves, the Bride and the Body for what lies ahead.

Sidney and Helen Correll were loving visionaries raising up nationals in many nations to reach their own people for the cause of Christ. Many of our leaders and staff have grown in their hunger and realization of the necessity of knowing his voice and discerning the times as read about in the ‘sons of Issachar.’ We have been blessed to see tremendous growth at CMM in hearing the voice of our Shepherd without losing the vital, preeminent ‘love’ factor the Apostle Paul speaks about 1 Cor 13.

Bold Flames of Fire

Missionaries are called to be ‘flames of fire’ everywhere we go. We are called to be humble and life giving-speaking ambassadors of Heaven.  Some missionaries fall into a thing of ‘false humility’ and that’s when we get into danger. We are called like the Apostle Paul says, ‘to be all things to all people in order that may win some.’  Knowing our identity in Christ and that we are seated in heavenly places with Christ Jesus gives us faith and courage to go beyond the veil into the throne of grace to get help, mercy, and grace in time of need. Heb. 4:16.  But, we must walk out with all the authority we have been given by Christ our Lord.

We want to bring joy every day to our Father’s heart and real, lasting relationships are built on mutual respect, honoring each other and trust that lead to an authentic, vibrant, organic, Spirit-led life in Christ.

CMM-Equipping the local church on a global scale.

CMM is Building and Strengthening the Net globally.

Recently the Holy Spirit has been giving me more clarity on what some of our next steps are to be.  We are thankful and really blessed with deep and trusted friendships with truly amazing and anointed leaders on fire for God, who have gotten closer with us on life-changing mission trips and in our CMM College of Theology.

The Council of Issachar

The Lord gave me a name for this new, focused initiative-The Council of Issachar. We have heard many teachings about the sons of Issachar and discerning the times, but let’s not forget their ‘father’ Issachar himself and what transpired in his life to make the way for his ‘sons’ to be so blessed. We all want our children, natural and spiritual to go beyond us in every area. The Word says we have many teachers but not many fathers.  Often real, godly fathers are the best teachers.

Chuck Pierce writes this: “Issachar was the ninth son of Jacob and the fifth son of Leah. The tribe of Issachar was positioned strategically with Judah and Zebulun (Numbers 2:5; 10:14-15). Zebulun, the tenth son of Jacob and the sixth and last of Leah, meant “dwelling, habitation.” Zebulun was the tribe of war, ships, and trade. Judah was the fourth son of Jacob and Leah. His name meant “may He [God] be praised.” Judah prophetically was always destined to go first as the warrior tribe that would conquer.

You can see now why the famous Scripture from 1 Chronicles 12:32, “And of Issachar, men who had an understanding of the times to know what Israel ought to do, 200 chiefs; and all their kinsmen were under their command” (Amplified version), had such significance at the time. The tribes were in tremendous conflict and transition. The government was changing. They were moving from the government of the house of Saul to the government of the house of David. David was of Judah. Issachar could give great insight into how to make this shift. The Issachar tribe had several distinct characteristics in its DNA.”

Much can be said about Issachar the father of this tribe. He had a governmental anointing.  He was a burden bearer, compared to a donkey. A donkey was often used to guard the sheep, as it needed little attention or care from the owner.  It didn’t take from the sheep or harm them and needed little supervision to fulfill its assignment. Issachar was known as a real scholar of the Torah and the tribe of Zebulon was strongly connected with them supplying funds to the tribe of Issachar for their scholarly pursuits and thus the 200 ‘sons of Issachar’ became leaders in the Sanhedrin.

These sons are watchmen over the sheep. Their father, Issachar was able to bow his shoulder and serve as the burden bearer for future generations.  Joe Shrewsbury adds: “Donkeys are also known for bearing burdens. This speaks of intercession.  This is not the stereotypical intercession that consists of requests and petitions before God, but acts of intercession.  Just as the donkeys attack the coyotes and wild dogs who attack the sheep, the sons of Issachar are responsible for actively engaging in warfare to protect the body of Christ.  When the predators are too big, the loud braying of the donkey alerts the Shepherd to get involved.

Another aspect of burden bearing is related to the presence of God.  Twice in scripture, we see a donkey carrying Jesus into a city.  The one everyone thinks of is the ride into Jerusalem when the crowd was throwing palms onto the ground in front of Him.  A less momentous time was when a donkey carried Jesus into Bethlehem inside the womb of Mary.  This entrance was not accompanied by people praising Him, but the heavens were full of angels singing praise to Him.  The first time He entered into a city it was on a donkey, and the last time was also on a donkey.”

CMM In The 21st Century

This is similar to CMM in the 21st century in watching over and caring for the fullness and completion in all those we minister to in the nations. Col. 2:10 is what the Apostle Paul wanted to see in each one he ministered and raised up, that was ‘to see everyone complete in Christ.’ Holiness is essential. Every person is a unique creation of the Lord and his desire is for us to be ‘our selves’ as in that we each are fearfully and wonderfully made, conformed to the image and DNA of Jesus Christ, not mere men.

Joe Shrewsbury writes “This combination of mystical visions, faith to end barrenness, and a workman who receives a return is a theme we see woven in all that we learn about Issachar. The men of Issachar are further described in the oral traditions of Hebrew teachings.  These oral teaching tend to speak more to the mystical aspects of Hebrew teachings.  The men of the tribe of Issachar were frequently associated with mystical insight.  They were able to observe things in the natural and see spiritual connections, and they were able to observe in the spirit and make natural connections.”

Because of the anointing the Lord put on the father, Issachar, his sons were given their anointing to discern the times and seasons.  So too, CMM is called to provide a broad spectrum of ministry services: love, the Father’s heart, revelatory education, Kingdom worldview, humanitarian aid, love of Israel, stopping human slavery, safe water, hygiene training, caring for widows and orphans, sustainable agriculture and community development etc to our Missionaries globally. We seek growing intimacy with our Daddy so we may be able to lead others into heavenly encounters aligning ourselves with the Lord of the harvest for the end times.

The ‘sons of Issachar’ prophetic anointing is one of the callings CMM is appointed to equip and release to establish and strengthen the ‘net’ globally.  In addition to the prophetic ministry, CMM provides there are all the rest of the five-fold ministry gifts at work to impact and transform individuals, students, graduates, and the lives of those in the many house churches, schools, congregations, businesses, communities and movements in the many nations we sow into.

How Will The Council Of Issachar Work?

Teams serving on the Council of Issachar will pray for and minister, often in online video conferencing to a region, ministry leadership, or a topical theme, depending on the focused need.  Anointed men and women will be asked to pray and seek the Lord for wisdom and prophetic insight and speak the word and heart of the Lord to recipients in the nations.  Team members will come from our friends who are available at that time and have a heart or special word from the Lord for the people receiving the council or the topical theme or purpose of the call.  Follow up will be allowed to be organic and free as the Spirit leads so team members may rotate in and out depending on availability and being led for each call by the HS.  Relationships can organically develop and team members will be welcome to conduct for further follow-up, training, impartation or possibly visit that nation for conferences, in-depth training, prophetic summits and fellowship.

Chuck Pierce goes on to say this about Issachar: “They moved toward their promise as the trumpet sounded and His presence, which was central, shifted them toward their destiny. Three of the twelve tribes moved together. Judah, the apostolic warring leadership tribe who understood sound, moved first. Then came Issachar, the Torah tribe, who would bear the burden for victory and wages. This tribe understood the time and could interpret the Word of God in time. They were connected to Zebulun, the wealth tribe because the provision for the journey and the supply for victory were important.”

Welcome to the Council of Issachar with CMM to reach and bless the nations for the glory of the Lord.  We’re glad you are here and look forward to all the Lord has for us to build his Kingdom together, for his glory.  Jorge Parrott October 2018

“G‑d has given me my reward.” (Genesis 30:18)

Leah’s fifth son, Issachar, embodies the notion of the reward that comes from hard work. The painting takes us to the Jezreel Valley in the north, where the quilted landscape shows the lush reward of the pioneers and farmers who labored to transform an arid land into a productive one. The valley unfolds before us like a scroll or a book, mirroring the role of the tribe of Issachar as Israel’s scholars and educators. Through the labor of Torah study, we harvest the richness of G‑d’s wisdom, which provides us with guidance, sustenance and direction, allowing us to see far into the peaceful distance. The deep blues of the painting reflect Issachar’s gemstone, sapphire, which was also the material from which was carved the Tablets of the Ten Commandments, the Divine source of our wisdom and scholarship.

The Twelve Tribes of Israel-Issachar is represented as the donkey.

The Blessing of Jacob

Before each Jacob’s twelve sons left to form their own tribes, Jacob bestowed a prophetic blessing upon each of them. This blessing defined the characteristics and fortunes of each son, as well as the tribe that would bear their name for generations. Jacob’s blessing of Issachar was something like this:

Issachar is a strong donkey, Lying down between two burdens; He saw that the rest was good And that the land was pleasant; He bowed his shoulder to bear a burden,  And became a band of slaves.

We See In Part…95% of the matter in the universe is invisible and unknown to us.1 Corinthians 13:9-12 New King James Version (NKJV)9 For we know in part and we prophesy in part. 10 But when that which is [a]perfect has come, then that which is in part will be done away.11 When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. 12 For now, we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.

95% of the matter in the universe is invisible and unknown to us. All we know about the universe is from the 5% of the total.  The Word unlocks many mysteries and reveals even more mysteries we are yet to know or understand. Through Jesus’ life and words and example, we are given access to explore what is unseen, eternal and true. How humbling it is to know where we are now and the unfathomable riches he holds for us to truly be like Him. See 2Kings 6:15-17 Elisha asks the Lord to open his servant’s eyes2 Kings 19:35 185,000 Assyrians and Angels. As you study the Word and the supernatural life Jesus gives us allow the faith keys and revelation the Lord gives you to ignite your hunger and desire to know and receive all He has for you in your studies to show yourself approved.2 Timothy 2:15 New King James Version (NKJV)15 Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

In Christ, Jorge Parrott,
Ph.D. President of CMM.world and CMMTheology.org

Drs. Prince and Love Nwigwe; CMM Canada Director
NOTE: CMM is legally registered as a Christian Missionary Ministry in Canada

Kinoni/Buikwu Village, Lugazzi Province

Article by Dr. Prince Nigwe

We have Christian schools in two different locations, where the Orphans live and attend school. The schools are open to all the children in the village. The one at Kinoni has over four hundred and twenty kids. And at Biukwu over Two hundred and fifty. 

The non-orphan kids are supposed to pay, but their parents are never able to do so because of deep poverty. Almost everybody in the village is a farmer. In Kinoni, about 80 students can meet the minimal tuition, 200 or more are from very poor homes, that cannot afford to pay the minimal tuition and the rest about 150 are orphans, some from HIV parents and don’t pay anything to attend the school. Some of these orphans leave and feed at the school every day. In Biukwu, out of the 250 students, about 150 are orphans and the rest are from very poor homes. only very few parents can the minimal tuition. The school has a staff of about 14 teachers, two matron, two cooks, a bookkeeper, and an administrator. Due to lack of resources, the teachers/staff never receive any compensation or wages for months. It’s only when the parents of the few students that can pay, sell their farm produce and pay the minimal fees. The school is used as the church also.

CMM was able to put a water well for community use and a water flushable (male/female) toilet at the school this year summer, thanks to CMM donors. Most of the people in this village never saw a flushable toilet before now. Their old latrine was terrible, there was great excitement when the toilet was opened last September. The main School is still in a very bad condition as you will see from the photos attached and need immediate rebuilding with basic hygiene.

School and Classroom Upgrading in Biukwe/Kinoni Village

CLASSROOMS/OFFICES:

The wall of the structures are in naked wood plank and roof in aluminum zinc , that’s all they have. The classroom and office floors are naked earth no cement plastering.

In the dry season, the earth floor is dusty and kids suffer from allergy due to dust and have chiggers’ parasites on their foot from the dust.

In the rainy season, rain enters the classes and offices at will because the wooden planks are porous and no walls. The toilets are in bamboo covered with banana cane. 

The good news is that these students (some HIV Orphans), withstand the difficult school environment and make the best result every year in the province.

Immediate Help Needed For:

cement and plaster the classroom floors/teacher’s offices. $8,000

  • Raise brick walls in the classrooms $7,000
  • Purchase Black boards $ 300 USD
  • Purchase classroom benches and tables. $ 1,800 USD
  • Solar panel for electricity $ 1,750 USD
  • Total Cost For School Renovation =  $17,100.00
  • Teachers/Staff Salaries Per Month About $ 1,500 USD per month

Orphans Hostel

The orphan home needs urgent upgrading, but more importantly, we need double-decked beds, mattresses, bed covers and baby beds for the male and female dormitories. Toilets are urgently needed as they still use latrines. Some of the kids sleep with mats on the bare floor. All these articles can be purchased locally.  

IMMEDIATE HELP: We need financial help to purchase beds, mattresses, covers, children beds and to build toilets in the dormitories and school.

Unit Cost: Double deck bed + mattress + cover = $ 50.00. We need a minimum of 15 units.

TOTAL COST: $750.00 USD

HIV Infected Mums and Widows Empowerment

These women have no means of sustaining themselves and family since they are abandoned to their condition. We will want to train them in sewing, hairdressing, bakery, poultry farm, and agriculture. Most importantly in sewing and hairdressing, and they can go into sustainable business immediately if they are provided with training and equipment such as sewing machines, mini bakery, and hairdressing equipment. See Photos.

IMMEDIATE NEEDS: Sewing machines or hairdressing equipment.

  • 10 Sewing Machines at $ 60 dollars each
  • 10 Local Hair equipment at $ 70 dollars each

TOTAL COST = $ 1,300 USD

Written by Rich Grangard after recently visiting South East Asia with a team from CMM.

Pattaya, Thailand

Our team had a brief stop near Bangkok to minister in a church that has a vision to become a training and sending center for many ministers to go all over Thailand. It seemed almost everything we shared and people we prayed over hit the mark, but perhaps that was just a sign of how hungry the people were! After a word of knowledge about a painful right ankle, one of the guys there raised his hand – after prayer he was completely healed! He testified that he’d had problems with his ankle for one year, and gave thanks to God for His goodness.

Read more “South East Asia: March 2018”

By Jorge Parrott (All Scriptures from AMP version)

We all love children, especially our own. Our Father God created each child as His own supernatural gift of love. The Lord created the family as the best way to ‘train up a child in the way they should go.’ (Prov. 22:6) According to UNICEF (The UN Children’s Emergency Fund) there are one hundred fifty-three million orphans worldwide. If orphans were all in their own nation it would be the ninth largest in the world, bigger than Russia. Wars, violence, AIDS, disease, abandonment (sometimes due to a child being the wrong gender), broken homes and more are all fruit of man’s fallen nature.

Read more “Beautiful Children”

By Jorge Parrott (all Scriptures from The Passion Translation unless noted)

“The Lord is looking for available hearts.” Michael Correll replied to my question of “who am I?” after I told him that I had neither been to seminary or Bible school nor been ordained by anyone. Michael was the son of Sidney and Helen Correll (founders of Correll Missionary Ministries) and had just asked me to take on the leadership of CMM in 1998. I was not qualified, but I was available and I said “yes.” I had no idea what I was getting into, but my spirit leaped and my faith, fed by the Holy Spirit, compelled me to jump in. Little did I know the risks involved in laying it all down and yielding to the Lord. It would cost me everything. He is worth it all, and if I had known this sooner, I would have done it. Read more “The Coming Waves of Available Hearts”

By Jorge Parrott

“Honor, Discipline, and Loyalty”—these words on a sign in front of a military base north of Quito, Ecuador struck me like a heavenly tuning fork. We went to Mitad de Mundo, the middle of the world, on our way to Mt. Zion to visit a church on the equator at zero latitude. We have much to do, or “undo,” in our own yielding to prepare the Lord’s bride. As we align our lives with the Lord, become one with Him (see John 17), and walk in the authority Jesus has given us, it is good to acknowledge that we have not yet arrived.

Read more “Journey to the Middle of the World”

By Jorge Parrott

2017 was a challenging yet exciting year for Eagle Missions. Thousands were saved and new churches were planted almost weekly, and we continue to share resources from Rick Joyner and MorningStar with hundreds of key leaders in many nations. We are so thankful for our Partners, volunteers, and intercessors who work valiantly to build and strengthen deep relationships in our global community. 2018 is the year for taking even more risks by faith and seeing with His eyes.

Read more “Seeing With Eyes Of Faith”

2017 was an exciting and fruitful year for Eagle Missions where we saw the release of “unlimited potential”, prophesied by Rick Joyner, begin to be unlocked across the globe in the ministries of our network missions partners.  We witnessed a harvest of seeds, sown in previous years, blossom and multiply throughout our works in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Latin and South America.

New churches were planted almost weekly. We shared resources from Rick Joyner and MorningStar with hundreds of our leaders in many nations. We drilled twenty new wells in India, Uganda, Nigeria and Pakistan along with giving community development training in the areas of water and food hygiene, health care for children, women, and men, small business startups, microloans etc. in many nations.    Read more “2017 Eagle Missions Highlights”

By Jorge Parrott (All Scriptures AMP)

Do you feel the winds of change shifting again? We choose to focus on the great hope we have in the Lord and many opportunities to shine in spite of the increasing darkness. There are many efforts from the enemy of our soul that are ‘boomeranging’ back on the sender’s head as he sends his bad winds on many fronts these days. We have to deal with a glut of global mind control, fake news, whacko despots, religious spirits, political correctness etc.

The shaking will intensify. In Hebrews 12:27 we see this “Now this [expression], “Yet once more,” indicates the removal and final transformation of all those things which can be shaken—that is, of that which has been created—so that those things which cannot be shaken may remain.”  The winds are blowing and winds are shifting. Yet, there is one wind we do not want to miss. That wind is the wind of the Holy Spirit.

Read more “Discerning The Times And The Spirits”

By Jorge Parrott

(All Scriptures NKJV)

What are you dreaming of? Imagine riding a horse in Cuba in the 1940’s dreaming of a nation awakening to their true identity of who Jesus is and wants to be for them. As Sidney Correll rode on horseback to the top of a high hill covered in sugar cane overlooking the ocean near Las Palmas, about an hour and a half west of Havana. Sidney had been asking the Lord for the place where he would build his first church and training center anywhere. Just as he looked down at the beautiful blue ocean and the bay the voice of the Lord spoke to him telling him “If you ask the man who owns that land to sell it he will agree.” He rode his horse down the hill on a dirt path to ask the man and he said ‘yes’.

Read more “Honoring The Father In Cuba”

By Jorge Parrott

(Scriptures from NKJV)

“Watch this!” the Holy Spirit said. That voice always gets my attention. He gave me a vision and showed me massive throngs of people from many nations walking—more like floating—into heaven’s marvelous light.

Then Holy Spirit asked me if I wanted to know how to bring Him joy. I said “yes.” He breathed His warm breath and fire into my face. I received fresh revelation from His Spirit into my spirit. I stood in awe, overwhelmed by this sudden transformational download. He taught me still more about love and gave me new insight when He then said “relational revelation.”

Read more “Relational Revelation”

By Jorge Parrott (all Scriptures NKJV)

This is that! Hope is being fulfilled and perfected even with all the turmoil, wars, rumors of war, earthquakes, mammoth hurricanes, fake news, and terrorism. We stand in portals of glory and God’s peace knowing all of His promises are yes and amen.

We see the Acts 2:16-18 prophecy unfolding before our eyes. It will only continue to increase:

Read more “This Is That!”

By Jorge Parrott (all Scriptures NKJV)

While in awe of the Lord on our journey to Myanmar, I heard the Holy Spirit say, “You are going where I have sent you. I have prepared this way and the hearts you will know. Just wait until you see what I am doing in this place in my chosen sons for you to witness and be a part of my plans for this nation.” What joy awaits us as we step into the faith realm on these exciting journeys! It is because the mission of the church is “MISSIONS.”

Read more “Myanmar—The Mission of the Church is Missions”

By Jorge Parrott (All Scriptures from NKJV)

‘There’s a whole lotta shakin’ going on’ Jerry Lee Lewis wrote long ago. Italy has been shaking too, both in the natural and spiritual. The Lord often uses shaking to get our attention as we are forced to look beyond our own strength and understanding. In Hebrews 12:26-29 we see “Therefore since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear. For our, God is a consuming fire.” Read more “Fire in The Shadow”

By Jorge Parrott

We are called to raise up and equip fruitful leaders for strategic impact in the nations of the earth. How do we find and discern the future leaders the Lord directs us to sow into? Faith entails risk with action. We sow seeds daily and in many lives trusting the Lord by his Holy Spirit to show us his strategies from heaven. While we tend to look for those who have demonstrated lasting fruit in one of the seven mountains of influence in society how many gems might we miss when we look for those that fit into our ‘box’ of preconceived ideas of what makes a leader?

Read more “Little Hinges Swing Big Doors”

By Jorge Parrot

Thus says the Lord God: “When I have gathered the house of Israel from the peoples among whom they are scattered, and am hallowed in them in the sight of the Gentiles, then they will dwell in their own land which I gave to My servant Jacob. 

“And they will dwell safely there, build houses, and plant vineyards; yes, they will dwell securely, when I execute judgments on all those around them who despise them. Then they shall know that I am the Lord their God” (Ezekiel 28:25-26).

Israel has been a sign and a wonder for millennia. Sometimes hidden and continually persecuted, the nation is a living testimony of the Lord’s faithfulness, prophetic destiny, the supernatural, and the fulfillment of God’s plans.

Read more “Footprints in Israel”

By Jorge Parrott

The Lord continually amazes us with His desire and love for the nations. Father God is connecting us with powerful nation changers who share remarkable revelation globally. This is such an exciting season of supernatural encounters with the Lord of the harvest. We are seeing a huge increase in the release of fresh holy fire, dreams, and impartation to many worldwide.

Read more “Walking In Fullness—Seeing In Part”

By Jorge Parrott  (All Scripture references from the AMP Bible)

Many have asked us how we are able to minister to, oversee, serve, and pray for hundreds of our precious missionaries serving in sixty-eight nations. The best one word answer is—faith. The best two words to answer are—faith and love. It is only by the grace given to us by the Lord that we “get” to do this. It is our passion and our life to be living the greatest adventure.

What is also amazing is that our full-time staff in the Missions Department is predominantly made up of volunteers from the U.S. and seven foreign nations.  Imagine working in your calling by faith with no pay and trusting the Lord every step of the way for your family’s care and provision. Some call us nuts, but we really don’t care. Read more “Nuts, Bolts, Wheels and Gears”

By Jorge Parrott

(Scripture references from New King James Version unless otherwise indicated.)

The Lord is moving in remarkable ways through His people all over the world—we need to search out more good news than bad. We are so thankful for the divine connections with dear friends in many nations. We need to strengthen cherished relationships more and more to prepare for what is coming.

Faith and persistent action advance the kingdom and push back the darkness. The bride of Christ is being prepared for her Bridegroom. The Lord’s heartbeat is the sound of the drumbeat, a cadence marching into battle. The breath of the Holy Spirit is the wind that whispers to those with an ear to hear the call and respond by faith.

Read more “The Beat Goes On”

By Jorge Parrott

 India is intense. It is fascinating, dangerous, and worth the effort to those prepared to encounter the Lord of the harvest. The Lord of surprises moves in mighty ways in India. In each of my trips, I was amazed at the Father’s heart for the country. Yes, India is intense but the Lord wants to use our faith to reach her people—any effort or sacrifice on our part is nothing in the weight of His glory. Will you pray for those who go? And pray about going with us?

Along with the resources from Rick Joyner and MorningStar Ministries, we are now connected with over seventeen thousand churches providing fellowship, ministry services, prophetic team ministry, site visits, humanitarian aid, and Theology school degrees. With over 1.3 billion souls, India is expected to surpass China in population by 2020. The harvest is great and the laborers are few. Our job is to train and impart to leaders, and the Lord is giving us clear strategies for the days ahead. Read more “India: Seeing the God of Breakthrough”

By Jorge Parrott

One primary objective in missions is building ongoing, deepening relationships with strategic partners sent by the Lord. We need sharp discernment as we seek the Lord in all areas. We are blessed with divine connections and the strategies of the Lord to do our part in fulfilling the Great Commission. The Holy Spirit allows us to “connect the dots” globally for a holy alignment of God’s people and purposes for this season.

We welcome you, our Partners, to engage in God’s heart for the nations by joining us in intercession, ministry teams, Skype prophetic ministry, discipleship, fundraising, and furthering our involvement in Christ’s Mandate for Missions—all to equip and disciple the nations. Rick Joyner asked me two years ago how we had so many volunteers working in missions. I replied, “It is easy, really. We take them into the presence of the Lord to see His heart for the nations.” The simplicity and power of the Gospel emphasizes the importance of building our relationship in the presence of the King.   Read more “Impacting Leaders in the Nations”

By Jorge Parrott

The host organizer opened the covert meeting with this security status update, “Security is normal. We are under surveillance.” The security camera in the room was covered for our meeting. They told us not to take pictures and to guard our phone conversations and discussions our entire three days in the undisclosed location in mainland China.

Our dear friend, Eugene Bach, who spoke at our Missions Conference in Moravian Falls, was one of the main organizers of this meeting along with about fifty leaders of the underground churches. Eugene is the American leader of Back to Jerusalem, founded by Brother Yun (also known as The Heavenly Man).

While at this meeting, we met with ministry leaders working in North Korea and Iraq. One of our friends led a team that rescued four hundred Yazidi women raped by ISIS terrorists. The team’s commitment is based on prophetic words the Holy Spirit gave them about their assignments for the cause of Christ. Read more “Report on Historic Meeting with Underground Leaders in China”

By Jorge Parrott

Are you ready for some good news? We hear enough bad news. The kingdom is advancing. Your prayers and generosity are making an impact in sixty nations. We are blessed to do this. We are seeing fruit that remains as souls are saved, discipled, healed, and delivered. Long ago I heard this saying with regards to missions—“The water is free but the pipes are expensive.” Missions have indeed changed, and our prophetic teams, intercessors, and staff seek divine strategies and strategic alliances as they discern the times.

Read more “Missions Highlights From 2015”

By Jorge Parrott

What is not being shaken right now? The reality of the daily media reports would seem unbelievable even just a few years ago. Many are being stirred by the Holy Spirit to fresh boldness and courage, which is sorely lacking in churches, governments, and organizations in every nation. Many are telling us of a fresh conviction of the holy fear of the Lord as never before. Are we sensitive to the Holy Spirit to discern the times? Have we learned how to love and possess the commitment to obey our Captain at all costs?  Read more “Shaken Or Stirred? “

Dear Jorge, October 14, 2014

I wanted to get this to you right away both since you asked me for it and time is of the essence given the ebola pandemic in Sierra Leone (and elsewhere). I spoke with pastor Andrew Sesay (director of Iris Ministries in Sierra Leone) tonight again to get a few more details and to hear more of his heart for the current situation. I hope this helps you and those who may read this to have a better understanding of the situation and the possibilities there.





Read more “Ebola Report October 2014”

The Generational Mandate, To Fulfill The Great Commission (5-10-13)

Jorge Parrott, Message Outline Notes

When I got into Missions almost 15 years ago I prayed for the Lord to introduce me to remarkable men and women who were changing the world and expanding the Kingdom of God. I am blessed to know 100’s of missionaries in over 50 nations. I have seen countless miracles, many saved, healed, and delivered, as the Lord got my attention and I stepped forward in faith. I left a successful business to follow the Lord’s call on my life. It is exciting to see many step out in faith and see their destinies unfold. Read more “Jorge Parrott: Joshua Generation Conference”

Not Brave, Just Obedient
Not Crazy, Just a Man of Faith

by Undercover Disciplemaker

I meet people all the time, who, when they learn where I do missions work, tell me I am either brave or crazy.  I don’t think I am either.  The Word says, “…go and make disciples of all nations…”  All nations must include those nations with a hostile spiritual environment and lack physical safety.  To go to a country or area because you see a need can be presumptuous.  But to go because the Lord personally tells you to is to go in obedience and faith. Read more “Not Brave, Just Obedient Not Crazy, Just a Man of Faith”

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