L-R: Daniel Rubianto, Dylan Dilly, Jacob Vandevender, Shawn Dilly. Back row: Randy Ellis, Youth Pastor at Summit Church, Elkins Mayor, Van Broughton, and Levi Dilly.
L-R: Dylan Dilly, Jacob Vandevender. Back row: Daniel Rubianto, Randy Ellis, Youth Pastor at Summit Church; Elkins Mayor, Van Broughton; Levi Dilly, and Dylan and Levi’s father Shawn Dilly.

 

 

On Friday, April 29, 2016, My Heart Ministries hosted an expanded “Prayer at the Pole” event at Wimer Field in Elkins, WV. My Heart Ministries is a product of a call on Dylan Dilly’s life to serve the Lord.

my heart logo_blkJust a few weeks ago, Dylan and a couple of his friends started gathering to pray at the flag pole at Elkins High School where they attend. Each morning at 7:00 a.m. they gathered, and soon more joined in. On Friday morning, there were over 30 in attendance and Elkins Mayor, Van Broughton, has even stopped by to pray.

They decided to put out a call for the community to gather and pray for Elkins and the Nation at Wimer Field at 3:00 p.m. on Friday.

They were not disappointed.

Around 100 people came to pray, give thanks, and make a public statement of their Faith and their desires to serve God.

The group will be meeting again for the National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 5, at 4:30 p.m. at the flagpole in front of Elkins City Hall. Click here for more information on the event and My Heart Ministries. They can also be found at facebook/myheartministires1.

Fires have been lit all across the state of West Virginia and we are seeing more and more people willing to stand for God and pray for our Nation.

From small towns like Elizabeth, Williamson, and Elkins, to a gathering of women in Clarksburg, there is a movement of Revival that has been moving throughout our state and shows no signs of slowing down.  The pace has actually increased and we believe it is the hallmark of a mighty God working among His people.

 

COURAGE OR FEAR? – DYLAN DILLY – DEVOTIONAL FROM MY HEART MINISTRIES


FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH EVENT PHOTOS

Dylan Dilly and Jacob Vandevender.
Jacob Vandevender and Dylan Dilly.
Prayers at Wimer Field.
Prayers at Wimer Field.
Opening prayers.
Opening prayers.
Praying over needs.
Praying over needs.
Wimer Field
Wimer Field
Praying for needs.
Praying for needs.

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