In January of 2019 Pastor Samuel Soni and I began to pray together about his ministry in Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, India. He had a Bible School, a Church, an Orphanage and about 45 churches he was overseeing. In April of that year he invited me to share my testimony about the car accident at a home meeting for Pastors. After sharing my testimony I prayed for the Pastors as the Holy Spirit led. Because at the time he was borrowing a laptop and having to rent a projector so I could be seen and my testimony shown the meetings would only happen once a month.

During each meeting I would share my testimony and pray as the Holy Spirit led. In each case God would give me things to pray for and people were being healed. This caused a greater demand for the meetings. In one meeting I prayed for someone who was incarcerated to have the favor of Peter and John and be released. I did not know why I prayed this but, there was a woman there who was married to a Christian politician who had been jailed the Friday before our Sunday night meeting. She had come for prayer for her husband which I did not know because requests were not shared with me. Pastor Samuel did not know either.

On Monday morning there was a knock at the door and when the woman opened the door her husband was standing there. They had been told he would not even receive a bail hearing for a year and yet, here he was free. At first she was so stunned she forgot about the prayer and thought he had escaped. When he told her that they had dropped the charges and set him free she remembered the prayer and told him about it. He then raced to find Pastor Samuel in order to share the testimony. Later he shared with all the Christian politicians who were so surprised to see him.

This led to these Christian Politicians throughout Punjab to come and ask for a meeting. Realizing that we would need our own equipment and that the demand for meetings was rising we raised the funds and bought a laptop and a projector that we could travel with and hold these revival meetings.