God is supernatural and He still speaks to us today through dreams and yearns for us to know Him intimately. The primary message for the book came to me through many years of personal dream encounters that I kept in my dream journal that have either come to pass, given revelation or have been warnings. In writing this book, I wanted to teach people to interpret their own dreams so they could draw closer to the Lord. There has been so much interest in dreams and the supernatural today, the book has the potential to reach non-Christians. As a pastor, I often share the gospel with unbelievers who are interested in understanding their dreams. It is my prayer that this book will transform your life as you begin to encounter the Lord in your night seasons!


Though the Holy Spirit has spoken to many in the Body of Christ that we are on the precipice of the greatest revival the world has ever seen, our hearts need to be prepared for a move of God. Preparing for the Great Outpouring: Is Your Heart Ready for A Move of God  addresses ways in which God prepares our hearts individually and corporately for a move of the Spirit. The book delves into six areas that serve as indicators that a vessel is actually prepared for revival. Brokenness, hunger, prayer, persistence, thankfulness and courage are key heart ingredients to the move of God. These indicators have accompanied past outpourings such as the Azusa Street Revival, the Brownsville Revival and the Toronto Blessing. These essential heart attitudes serve as prophetic signals that our hearts are ready for the end time outpouring that God is about to send to the world!


With so much divisiveness in our world today, Seymour’s pioneering message of unity and racial harmony continues to speak to our hearts with messages that are as timely now as when he first uttered them. His confident and steady voice calls us to holiness, repentance, faith, and racial reconciliation. According to Seymour, the Pentecostal power (baptism of the Holy Spirit), when you sum it all up, is just more of God’s love. If it does not bring more love, it is simply a counterfeit. It was this love that led Seymour to be an ambassador of hope and racial reconciliation to his generation.