Southern Cities Prayer Walk: New Orleans

After only 9 hours of smooth driving, Calvin spent his first night at our friends, the Kendalls, in Asheville, NC. Their prayers over him were quickly answered at his next stop, Montgomery, AL. Monday, Calvin met with His Vessels Ministry, located in the heart of the city, and presented them with a shepherds staff and prayed with them over their ministry. Sunday night, April 7, they will sponsor is a city-wide gathering at a stadium which will be a night of unity, worship and declaring the Lordship of Jesus in the Montgomery, AL region.
Tuesday, Calvin met with his friend, Chuck, in Mobile where they had a confirming time of prayer together. Later that day he drove to New Orleans where he found it difficult to pray. Sin is blatant there and the Mardi Gras spirit is alive and well. Calvin met and prayer walked with David Suh, a friend from Philadelphia, and they were both encouraged as they saw answers to prayer. It rained 2 out of the 3 days but Calvin had divine connections there and even connected with a man from PA. The city has some flooding from all the rain which is even worse than the flooding he saw in Mississippi. The first full day of walking in New Orleans was the only dry day, and his time in prayer was anointed and productive. His hotel room number, #133 really spoke to him of the unity God desires (Ps. 133).
Friday, April 5, he arrived in Baton Rouge, LA. His Room in Baton Rouge, #333 spoke to him of Jeremiah. 33:3
Calvin met a fellow believer that he connected with the first hour he was in the city. He will attend this brother’s church on Sunday morning, April 7. As he walked the streets of the city he came upon a ministry- Shekinah Glory Ministries, and he blessed the owner as she opened up the ministry for the day.
He also passed a Christian radio station in the city and the man invited him in and did an on the spot interview that will air at a future date!
Stay tuned as Calvin continues his walk into Lafayette, LA and then on into Texas. Your prayers and support mean so much!