Summit Prophetic Words

Below you can read prophetic words that were submitted during The World Missions Summit 4, January 4-6, 2017.

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Carroll College

I'm sorry if someone was looking for this last night and did not receive it but during the time of worship last night I received word that someone is being called to Nairobi, Kenya. If this is for you, God's calling is waiting for you.


Central Michigan University

Whatever God leads you to this week, or any other time in your life, he's not going to leave you alone in it. God has never abandoned you before, so He absolutely will not leave you alone on a mission for Him. I heard this during moment while I was praying last night, and just after I heard it, we began singing the words, "you're never gonna let me down". It's so true. He won't. God picked you to be here. Be ready to step out in faith for Him and to let go of fear.



This is a word from an Africa missionary in Africa now... "Last night while driving I looked up and saw a bright crescent moon. It immediately reminded me of Islam. But then I heard God whisper, "All things are Mine." He created that crescent moon. It belongs to Him, not to Islam. Muslims also belong to Him....Not to Islam. His heart aches for His lost creation. He went to the greatest length on the cross to reclaim the lost souls that rightfully belong to Him. As the World Missions Summit begins, please pray that God fills this generation with passion and a willingness to go to any length to see His lost creation, billions of lost souls, redeemed. "


North Dakota State University

When it's over this weekend and we go back and start up a new semester. We are going to see the size of Chi Alphas double. There will be such an outbreak in each university that it will spread throughout the nation. I believe that it's going to be one of the biggest awakenings to ever happen in history. It all starts here. We are missionaries wherever we go. Lord, break our hearts down for people all over the world and help us to live a life that is outside of our comfort zone.


Missionary Associate at Ole Miss

Stop waiting your life away. You've been feeling the call of God on your life but you have been waiting until the right time. Until you've finished your degree, until you've worked a few years and saved up some cash, until you've found a spouse, until you've "insert your situation here." But there is no "right time" - there is only now. You will never find the most opportune moment to step out in faith, when everything just lines up perfectly. If there was, there would be no need for faith. Step out now. Commit now. Stop waiting your life away. If you don't, you'll be 40, 50, 80 years old hoping that the perfect moment is just around the corner when it was there today. You don't feel ready. Well, no one ever feels ready. But the great thing is that often God does not call the equipped, He equips the called. Stop waiting. Answer the call, fulfill the Great Commission, be who He destined you to be.


Serving in sensitive location

After communion God gave me the word "remnant" along with the story of Gideon. There are times it seems those willing to live and die for Jesus are few. But God has always preserved a remnant for Himself and it has always been enough to achieve His purpose.

When a remnant is used, God gets the glory. When the task looks too big and the people look too small, His miracle comes through. There is a remnant still devoted to Him today, He has been refining them for this time and for His purpose. It is time for the remnant to rise up and be used for His glory.

Isaiah 37:31 - NIV - "Once more a remnant of the kingdom of Judah will take root below and bear fruit above."


University of Houston

The Lord was telling me that becoming a missionary seems like climbing a mountain. However, God can move mountains, and He chose not to because you can learn a lot from climbing the mountain and what you learn from that journey, you can pass on to other. Similar to one of Chi Alpha's saying: what God has done in you, He wants to do through you.


University of North Texas

During the first Gathering I imagined/saw Haiti with its huge rifts and scars left from the earthquake a few years ago. These rifts became chains that crisscrossed the country with spiritual and worldly oppressions. As we sang "Break Every Chain" the chains disappeared and Haiti shined as a beacon of God's glory. I know this will happen one day. Who in Chi Alpha will rise to the challenge for Haiti?


Indiana State University Chi Alpha

2 Corinthians 5:7 (ESV)
For we walk by faith not by sight.

Don't just ask Jesus to bless what you decide to do, go to Him with an open mind and heart inviting Him to plant His desires within you.


American University Chi Alpha Staff

I pictured as the chains break off of us, those same chains are melted down and made into spears to vanquish the enemy. The Lord is calling some of us to minister in the same areas that our chains have broken in. What was meant for evil is not meant for good, and what the enemy meant to kill us is now being used to take him down.

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