Saturday, November 30, 2013

November, 2013 :: Update from the Mission Field :: Nathan and Dawn Pietsch

written by: Nathan D. Pietsch

Dear Friends and Family,

November was a very stretching month for Dawn and I on the USA mission field. We felt that we were supposed to return to New Orleans. This month was a month of "getting out of the boat, and walking on the water in faith." (Matthew 14:29.) We knew we had just enough money to get to New Orleans, and that was it. Below, you will find a brief update from the mission field, a word of encouragement not to give up before your breakthrough happens, and some special prayer requests. If you are interested in connecting and supporting Nathan and Dawn Pietsch on a personal level you can at:

As full-time missionaries to the United States, we desire to stay true to the call we believe we have received. Our objectives as missionaries is to reach the lost on the streets and in the marketplace in the areas we travel. We accomplish this through power evangelism outreach. Our second objective is to train and equip other churches in power evangelism outreach. Our third objective is to conduct revival meetings and conferences. We have recorded below an update from the mission field.

Mouth of the Mississippi
Since July of this year, it seemed that the Lord was speaking to Dawn and I about returning to New Orleans for season. We were previously in New Orleans for nine months, one and a half years ago. During our previous time in New Orleans, we encountered hundreds of people on the streets. We ministered to witches, Voodoo queens, vampires, drug addicts, gang members, and demon possessed people. New Orleans has been one of the devil’s playgrounds for a long time, with a nasty witchcraft spirit looming over it. However, that is certainly changing, and God is cleaning up this city for His glory.

We are believing God to do a tremendous work in New Orleans and beyond. We were encouraged to discover a prophetic word spoken by Cindy Jacobs way back on August 28, 2005. Cindy said, “Thus says the Lord, ‘I am sending My revival fire. It’s going to begin at the mouth of the Mississippi; it’s going to go all the way up the Mississippi, to Minnesota.’”

Many people consider New Orleans to be the “mouth of the Mississippi.” Many people are still waiting for this prophetic word to come to pass.

In the book of Daniel in the Bible, there are many prophecies Daniel received. Some of those prophecies have already been fulfilled, and some are still waiting to be fulfilled, even though they were written hundreds of years ago. Even though Cindy Jacobs’ word seems “old,” people still consider it relevant for today.

Dawn and I are believing God to bring revival to New Orleans, and for this revival to spread beyond. New Orleans and this nation needs another Great Awakening.

Against the Red Sea
I want to encourage you about not giving up before your breakthrough. After the children of Israel left Egypt, they rebelled by the Red Sea. (Psalm 106:7.) When Pharaoh pursued them and drew near, the Israelites became afraid and fell into sin. (Exodus 14:11-12.) The Israelites wanted to surrender moments before their major breakthrough. Their breakthrough—the parting of the Red Sea—is one of the greatest events in human history. They almost missed out on this spectacular event. You might be moments away from your major breakthrough. Don’t miss out on it. Keep focused on Jesus.

Special Prayer Requests
* Please pray for a great outpouring of God's grace in New Orleans. New Orleans' breakthrough will impact the USA.
* Please pray that the people Nathan and Dawn have ministered to will continue to have amazing encounters with the Lord.
* Please pray for greater provision, protection, and God's wisdom for Nathan, Dawn, and All Sufficient God Church.
* Please pray for Divine connections and appointments.

If you would like to sponsor or invite Nathan and Dawn to go to your church or region, please contact them at:

Lots of Love,
Nathan and Dawn


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