As we seek fellowship among true believers, awaiting our engagement is a refreshing embrace of the passion of the early church seen in the book of Acts: intimate teaching emanating from true relationship. When Jesus walked this earth, He taught in the temple, but more often on the hillsides and on the seashores, far removed from the “church” of His day. All for the obvious reasons that the “church” lost step with the Father. Yet, the Father’s amorous pursuit never lost its blaze. We really can have the passion, excitement, and joy so many today sorely lack, however; we too need to get away to meet with Him, to Jesus, to the Word.
There are few hungry souls searching the scriptures while earnestly seeking our Lord, and that, mind you, is His only requirement for contact. It is with joy and confidence that I introduce you to Yvonne Hollis, a woman truly among that group of searching seekers. Not as a minister’s requisite adornment, wearing a collar for “glory in appearance” (2 Cor 5:12), hers is the glory in heart which is His preference (1 Sam 16:7). I have witnessed her struggle and her growth. From an existence that we all experience, Yvonne emerges from typical to transformed. This process has begun and she reeks of the grace and the glory only a beloved daughter can emit. Her strength lies in her ability and willingness to share her journey of love, bringing along anyone who cares to surrender to His Word with camaraderie on the path to the Father.
No matter your station or place in life, you are invited to be inspired for the real walk, even a closer walk with Him. You too can experience a remarkable transformation. You too can go from bewildered to beloved, from fleeting encounters to a deeply fulfilled union with an unchanging, yet deeply gratifying God! You too can know and be known.
– Sister Patricia W. King