[I'll start my impressions below, but I'm reminded that it really started with Kevin
a day or two earlier when he connected spiritually with the grandmother. Then
the desire seemingly started to grow in her (or desperation) to have her grandson
delivered and believed we could pray to that end with success?]
Sunday night our team, one-by-one, but rather quickly, were summoned into the
CR room beside the main meeting room, as the main meeting was beginning,
to pray for Daniel, his mother, his grandmother, and his brother -- the focus
being Daniel, and the plea for prayer from the grandmother.
Daniel has lately struggled with rebellion, bad friends, and being held back two
years in school for bad behavior.
 Seemed to me after we all knew what the problem was and heard the
grandmother pour out her heart with Daniel standing there reasonably
 We all, as one circled him and his family, with Tim giving voice, to what
I was thinking (probably all of us?), “What do you think about what your
grandmother just said? Do you want help, or to change?”
 Immediately, he took 2-3 quick steps to his grandmother and embraced
her for a long time with tears? Apparently broken and desiring to repent or
change his path!
 My impression was that the Holy Spirit in each of us circling him, already in
silent or low volume prayer, ushered in the Spirit and drove the darkness away,
so that he could and wanted to act. To change his ways. To express his sadness
for hurting the ones he loved.
 There was much prayer going on from the team, and perhaps from the family
as they embraced, sobbing, for a long time... the services next door fully underway...
 Whit suggested (a great suggestion and just what I was feeling needed to
happen) that the men of the team pray for him and speak words to him from
the Lord or the Father's heart
 Mine went something like this: (a) You're young, but you're a man, and you
know it. (b) You're a leader of men too, and you know it. (c) You're wondering
how you can make this change you've voiced and shown us you want to make?
(d) There are people standing all round you praying for you now that have been
in prison and in addiction. They have been set free and helped by the Holy Spirit,
and now can see, think, and act clearly -- with courage. (e) You can too, and be
successful with the help of the same Holy Spirit. (f) Now I charge you like David
did his son Solomon when he was to become king in his father's place, "Now
show yourself a man!" (g) You can, and I pray for you that you will do it! (h)
Blessings from Him. I love you.
 Then I hugged him tight and held him for several moments.
I think Tim followed me and I heard a good bit of what he said and it was great!
I'm sure each man was given something from the Lord to share and pray that
was great!! I think Tim's prayer later on that God give him a strong father figure
that would "stand toe-to-toe with him in guidance and accountability, in love,"
was a great prayer and one we all need to stand anew together again in