A Conversation With Special Guest: Kyle Searcy
I was sitting at my prayer table two weeks ago when God planted an idea in my spirit: “Go redeem the ground. Pray on sites where racial sin has taken place.” Last Tuesday morning, the prompting became a little more specific. God nudged, “Go to Court Square Fountain today and pray.” I committed to go after lunch. This beautiful fountain flows in the heart of downtown Montgomery, Alabama on the very site where, over 160 years ago, thousands upon thousands of lives were sold into slavery.
Three hours AFTER God nudged, I received an email announcing a last minute Pastor’s Press Conference to be held in less than two hours at – where else? Court Square Fountain. It was there that I met Today’s Special Table Guest, Bishop Kyle Searcy. Kyle serves as Pastor of Fresh Anointing House of Worship. As soon as we met, I felt impressed to invite Kyle to the podcast. He graciously accepted and here we are.Montgomery has been a pivotal city in our nation’s history, from Civil War to Civil Rights. Kyle believes it has been given a justice and righteousness mantle to lead in our nation’s future. I embrace that belief with him. Join in the listening and lamenting, then go to those around you to listen and lament and pray. We are on the verge of a long awaited revival.