EJM in Boston!
April 28-29, 2023
Exalt Jesus March continues to expand its mission activities in the United States, building and edifying local churches and ministries in helping to convert their own communities.
EJM will be spending two days on the streets of Boston, proclaiming the Kingdom in this historically significant, and also spiritually dark, place.
Adding to the excitement is the convergence of numerous groups representing BOTH kingdoms during our stay. Your prayers, financial support, and simply letting others know about our activities are always appreciated.
If you cannot make this trip AND are local to the Dallas Metroplex, please come out and support United Revival and their march on Saturday April 28 details here:
Bless you all!
Exalt Jesus March labors to organize and unite the Body of Christ, with events of open and public display, giving honor, glory, and praise to the King of kings. Our mission is to gain ground, enforcing His Kingdom on earth.
Galveston and Austin
February 9-10, 2023
In February we descended down to south Texas and ministered to souls at the start of Galveston's Mardi Gras celebration. We were assisted by many other workers and leaders from around the state in the effort, declaring the gospel and seeing healings and salvations throughout the two day stay. Mardi Gras, (Fat Tuesday in French), is well known for its debauchery stemming from pagan festivals such as Saturnalia. But we know all that right?
The city has a good amount of witchcraft influence but the shining light in downtown Galveston is a gift shop run by John and Stacy called Amy Lane, which quickly became our headquarters and launching pad for our outreaches.
Next, we arrived in Austin Friday night for some late night 6th Street "street" ministry, and then a march around the capitol building the next morning. We were greeted by a few other groups present there such as the Young Masons (and a few elders), and pro-abortion activists holding a rally. Many testimonies of prophecy, and healing.
Too many shout outs to mention here but there is always room for a shout out to Jesus. Hallelujah!