Through the Veil and Pacific Hope in Southeast Asia

20150705_102852We just got back from an amazing trip to Thailand and Myanmar. God showed His presence and power among us through divine protection, signs, miracles and spectacular answers to prayer.
We started out flying into Bangkok where we came together for our first International Director’s Gathering. We invited Through the Veil and Pacific Hope directors from the U.S., Fiji, South Korea, Myanmar, India and Cambodia. We came together face to face and heart to heart for the first time as a team — for prayer, vision casting, mutual support, fellowship and a little fun. It was a dynamic time of strengthening as an international team; of deepening relationships, divine strategy and new direction. You must know that I love you all so much, and feel it a privilege to work with you and call you friends and co-workers in Christ!
During our initial time in Bangkok we also attended the Revive Asia conference as international delegates. There we enjoyed such infilling – Heidi Baker led us into the joy of intimacy with Jesus; Randy Clark released us into apostolic vision; David Damien prayed over us as a team; the team from Bethel prophesied over us many times over. At one point a Bethel team member was praying for me. Uncoached, and with no previous knowledge of who I am or what we were doing, she said that she saw a jungle. That I had to get my feet into this jungle. That people were dying in this jungle, and it was a matter of life or death that I get my feet into this jungle. She saw me praying, preaching and proclaiming in this jungle, and I had to know that it was of utmost importance for me to get my feet into this jungle! God confirmed this word as He gently whispered to me the scripture, “How beautiful are the feet of them that bring Good News”! For many of our native directors this was the first event of such size and magnitude that they had ever experienced. Needless to say, our whole team was filled to flowing over with God’s Love, His power and His presence.
After the conference we went as a smaller team into Myanmar for two weeks in Mandalay, Lashio and Namhsan. God had much more in store for us there… Stay Tuned!

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About jscotthusted

J. Scott Husted is a writer, educator, minister and teaching missionary currently living and working in Seoul, South Korea. He carries a passion for cultivating authentic community, the establishment of the house of prayer, the plight of children at risk around the world, and raising up a new generation of leaders with a passion for the Kingdom of God.
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3 Responses to Through the Veil and Pacific Hope in Southeast Asia

  1. Reuben Zuidhof says:

    Welcome home guys!

    Nice cliff hanger in your post Scott! Can’t wait to hear more. We should Skype…

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    On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 8:17 PM, J. Scott Husted — Through the Veil wrote:

    > jscotthusted posted: “We just got back from an amazing trip to Thailand > and Myanmar. God showed His presence and power among us through divine > protection, signs, miracles and spectacular answers to prayer. We started > out flying into Bangkok where we came together for our first” >

  2. Excited to read about your “beautiful feet.” We spent Sat with leaders in San Diego with Aglow International, who tell us there is a fresh outpouring of the Spirit in SD County. Our ministry focuses on the Arab world, but with travel limited to those countries right now, a key theme was to show how the Lord has brought them to us. Whether you call them refugees or immigrants, the Spirit of God is moving his people to respond with love and prayer. Blessings on all of your team to SE Asia!

    • jscotthusted says:

      Wow! The Arab world is quite a challenge right now. Do you know Daniel Scalf? I am a friend of Daniel’s, and he does a lot of outreach into Muslim countries. He is my friend on Facebook… look him up!

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