Before Steve's home-going, the Lord began speaking to him about Muslims in the Middle East. He asked Jesus for one million muslims to come to know Christ as Savior. Already SHM has invested many hours and resources into making this a reality.Add a comment
A seed that was planted back in 2011 is about to come into fruition. Steve Hill Ministries is excited to announce that in just a few short weeks we will release the Steve Hill School of Evangelism.Add a comment
It has been exciting here at SHM over the past few weeks! Your generosity has helped us rescue, preserve and digitize Steve's messages from the revival that until today only existed on VHS videotape. We now have hundreds of these revival classics easily accessible on a single hard drive. It is impossible to describe how encouraging it is to watch these messages and remember all that Jesus did and is continuing to do through my husband. I can't wait to be able to share these with you soon.Add a comment
The Lord spoke the following to me at the beginning of the year:
"2015 will demand believers to be resolute in their beliefs. The media and culture has found a voice of influence into the church and this year will begin to exercise that voice with a greater authority. Culture will seek to define what is and is not acceptable christianity. Many will allow their faith to be shaken. Some will come into agreement. Many will choose to simply be silent. Very few will stand as a resolute voice. We must unashamedly declare truth and boldly display love. There will be many who disagree with you, but let them not be uncertain about your love for them."Add a comment
When we pray, “Lord send revival!”, what exactly are we asking for?
When we pray it is natural to visualize the answer to our petitions. Ephesians 3:20 encourages us to envision our prayers with the expectation that God “is able to do exceedingly abundantly” more than I can think. So when we envision revival what exactly are we dreaming for?Add a comment
2014 was a challenging year! But aren’t you thankful we have an awesome God we can lean upon? It melts my heart when I think of how God’s people have blessed and comforted our family over past few years. Today, I want to share a word of encouragement about weathering life’s storms.Add a comment
My friends, I can’t help but feel heavy at this moment—perhaps you feel the same. The news that has broken over the past few days, not weeks, shows how quickly our world is spiraling into chaos. Things are no longer as they once were.
I wept as I heard the stories of the atrocities taking place in Mosul. A Christian community has been removed, children are being beheaded, homes of Christians are marked, believers forced to convert or face the sword. These are stories, the likes of which, we haven’t read about since the 1940s.Add a comment
I had just finished praying in the altars on the last night of an extended revival. A young man who was studying for ministry approached me with tears in his eyes. As I placed my hand on his shoulder, he said, “I need to apologize to you. I judged you too soon. Anytime I hear someone preach what sounds like ‘law’ it makes me angry and I instantly shut them out. I can see now I was wrong and missed out on what God could have done in me this week.” My heart welled up with compassion for him, as my mind replayed the past week searching for the offense. I took a few extra minutes to minister and pray with him there at the altar and the next few days thinking about our conversation.Add a comment