Years ago, I heard about The Warrior Commission (TWC). It was described as a group of people learning to connect with God’s heart to discover His kindness, promises and provision for our lives. They trained in many different ways, but one was a focus on intercession. Together these like-minded warriors and intercessors would align with God’s plans and purposes; partner with Holy Spirit, and agree together for God’s intended outcome.

In the process of joining and, then training with TWC, I’ve been greatly impacted and personally transformed. I learned to see God’s perspective in my life and circumstances. It is so life giving to connect to people from all over the world who share a hunger to know God in a deeper way. We come from many different cultures. However, we are like-minded in our desire to embrace the process of maturing in the Lord.

This valuable training went far beyond information. It took concept to action; allowing me to partner with Holy Spirit and to agree with His intended outcome.  This agreement came through prayer an authentic lifestyle of expectancy. It deepened my relationship with Him, created greater faith and gave me confidence in partnering with Him in new ways.

All of this had powerful results in my life and in those around me. The perspective shifts and powerful questions I received in TWC are valuable because they are so quickly and easily applied to my life. Getting to share those changes with others in TWC, who have also experienced those kinds of shifts, is priceless.

Training taught me a greater love for God, His Word and others. It also opened my eyes to discover who I am in Christ. Knowing my identity in Him set me free to pursue the dreams and plans God has for me. Learning to apply these concepts in a safe and encouraging community allowed me to strengthen in my walk with God. The training impacted me, but also brought encouragement to many others in my areas of influence.

Of course, The Warrior Commission still has much more to discover and explore!  To find out more click here or click to learn more about our application process.

Christine Casten
Executive Director
of The Warrior Commission