Sunday January 15 @ 10 AM
Bill Yount has been a member of Bridge of Life in Hagerstown, Maryland where he is now an Elder, and a home missionary for the past 40 years. He faithfully served in Prison Ministry at Mount Hope Inc. for 23 years and now travels full-time, ministering in churches and Aglow circles. He is currently an Advisor at Large for Aglow International.
Bill's calling is to encourage the Body of Christ to move forward into God's Destiny as they are sent into the Harvest field. "Humility and Humor" characterize his ministry as he brings forth a fresh word that is "in season" proclaiming the word of the Lord! The shofar or ram's horn is often used in his meetings breaking the powers of darkness over regions, churches and house-holds. The shofar represents God's breath blowing into the nostrils of His people, reviving them and awakening the lost. He travels across the U.S. and at times abroad. Many of God's messages he ministers prophetically come out of every day life with his family and friends.
Bill is also a member of the Apostolic Company of Alliance International Ministries.
"Great message, Bill. So many good points, well illustrated as only you can do. I love your style. You slide the truth in there while we're chuckling and then we realize we've just been hit with a major bombshell. Repentance, anyone? Really good. Thanks." - Carol Miller
"You might say that Bill's style for the prophetic word is like The Message is to the written word. It is a God given impartation in words and images that are easy to relate to. Whether you are in the midst of a 'mountaintop' experience, or in the 'valley of the shadow of death'." - Jane Hansen Hoyt, President, Aglow International
"Through his conversational style, Bill has a disarming way of convincing us that supernatural Christianity is totally natural. He really believes that God speaks and leads through everyday life. The prophetic vignettes he shares are timeless in relevance and revelatory of God's heart for today." - Bob Sorge, Author of Exploring Worship