Letters From the Heart




Zion’s Sunday Service at the Santa Clara Women’s Club Adobe is back!  What a wonderful, yet emotional experience. Father’s Day was the perfect day for a reunion at the home we had not gathered in since March 15, 2020.

            We are grateful to the Lord for keeping this family together for the past 15 months. Our faith has definitely been on trial during this time, and Father God has shown His faithfulness to us all. Though many perished, God kept us safe. When death tried to steal some of us, God would not allow it! He healed, as we prayed. Although some of us lost jobs, and others were required to work from home, our Heavenly Father continually provided finances, food, and shelter for us; many times in abundance! As some of us were required to work through this pandemic, God’s protection prevailed, bringing folks home to their loved ones without spreading sickness or disease. All glory to our God!

            Zion’s family grew closer, via Zoom. We delved into God’s word more fervently, receiving more revelation from His Holy Spirit. We witnessed the faithfulness of Psalm 91 (TPT) in our lives. Here are some of those verses that caused my spirit to soar: “When you abide under the shadow of Shaddai, you are hidden in the strength of God Most High…7 Even in a time of disaster, with thousands and thousands being killed, you will remain unscathed and unharmed… 11 God sends angels with special orders to protect you wherever you go, defending you from all harm. 12 If you walk into a trap, they’ll be there…and keep you from stumbling…14 For here is what the Lord has spoken to me: “Because you loved me, delighted in me, and have been loyal to my name, I will greatly protect you. 15 I will answer your cry for help every time you pray, and you will feel my presence in your time of trouble. I will deliver you and bring you honor. 16 I will satisfy you with a full life and with all that I do for you. For you will enjoy the fullness of my salvation!”                    

            We’ve been through a hellacious time of loss and pain. Note: WE MADE IT THROUGH! But healing and restoration must come next. Got wounds? Wounds bring pain. God knows our pain. He’s our healer. Come and join us as we heal. It’s a great time for healing!