Sacramento Residents Attend Living Proof Simulcast
September 23, 2016
Last Saturday, Mercy Sacramento staff and residents attended the global Beth Moore Living Proof Live Simulcast. In this six-hour event packed full of amazing teaching, Beth Moore dove deep into the Word and brought three powerful messages surrounding the theme “The Symphony.” Beth taught that we, as Christians, all play a part in the divine symphony, and God is our conductor or Maestro. Beth encouraged those who attended to look at their own situations and determine who they are allowing to conduct their life. She shared that no matter what has happened in your past, you can be an instrument for God’s work.
Beth founded Living Proof Ministries in 1994 with the purpose of teaching women how to love and live on God’s Word. Her Living Proof Live conferences have taken her to all fifty states, and she has written numerous books and Bible studies that have been read across the world by women of all ages, races, and denominations. Residents in the Mercy program benefit from Beth’s teachings during daily class time. In all four U.S. homes, Mercy residents use resources by Beth to study God’s word and glean a deeper understanding of the heart of the Father and what it means to be a Daughter of the King.
The residents in our Sacramento home were especially excited to take part in last Saturday’s simulcast and shared what the experience meant to them individually. Beth’s message spoke hope for the residents to believe God has a master plan for each of their lives, despite what they’ve experienced in the past.
“Who’s conducting your life?” I love the way Beth said this. Being here I realized I have let people and myself conduct my life. I know God is the only Master that can lead me to everlasting life. It was a very powerful message for me and a great experience. –Lovteisha
I loved Beth’s simulcast. It was important for me because she really helped to expose that I still struggle with God being able to use me despite my past, but here she described it beautifully. I am a part of God’s divine symphony and every instrument is important and plays a part, including me! –Brittany
My brain really wraps around metaphors and analogies, so I really got into the symphony example that Beth gave us. I learned that my position in the divine symphony of life is vital to the beauty of the performance. -Amy
Mercy is thankful for the generous hospitality of Rolling Hills Christian Church for hosting our residents and staff, and Vintage Grace Church for sponsoring the event and allowing Mercy to attend! Learn how your ministry can partner with Mercy! If you were unable to participate in the simulcast, the digital pass is available for purchase within 30 days of the event.