My testimony.

I grew up in a family of 6. I have 2 sisters and a brother. I am a twin and we are the youngest in our family. I was the last to be born. We were born in Kiowa, Kansas. My parents had to drive 60 miles to the hospital where we were born because there was no hospital where they lived. I believe it was prophetic that we were born in Kiowa and it is a link to the Kiowa tribe. God showed me this when my mom went into hospice last year through several things that happened when I met Richelle who is from the Kiowa tribe.

I had a normal life until the age of 18. I was home one morning, alone, and woke up to 2 men in our house. They did things to me they shouldn’t have done and there were several times, I didn’t think I would survive. I briefly saw one of the men’s faces and I didn’t’ know who he was. I never saw the other man’s face. At the end of it, they threw a blanket over me and left. I didn’t know if they were still in the house and had to make it to the phone to call the police. I was taken to the hospital. There was an investigation for months where the police tried to find them with only the description of the man whose face I had seen. They had it on crime stoppers on television and also questioned people at my school. They never solved the case. My family was torn apart. My mom had to be hospitalized for a complete nervous breakdown. I was so traumatized, that I don’t remember most of the rest of that school year. After I finished out the year and graduated from high school, I knew some girls that were moving to Dallas and I moved with them and shortly after became a meth addict. Looking back now, the best way to describe how I felt was, I had no identity. My identity had been stolen and stripped. I was completely lost. I met my ex-husband at that time and then got pregnant and we both quit using drugs together. I was still lost but God was working with me. I had my son and then 3 months after he was born, I had a total conversion to Jesus. I knew that I would follow Him the rest of my life.

It was that same year that I received the testimony that the Native Americans are of the House of Israel.

The following year, I was prophesied over that I am from the tribe of Ephraim.

My first name, Lisa, means God is bountiful. My middle name, Monnette, means God has heard. My maiden last name, Conn, is derived from the Cohenim and they were priests. All of this was revealed to me this past year.

How the ministry came to be.

In 2018, I began to tell my spiritual mentor, Ed Glaser, that I wanted to share this testimony of the Native Americans being of the House of Israel but I didn’t know how. God showed me that I was to take it to the women. In 2019, I went out to run one morning and God was saying, have a women’s retreat in Albuquerque and invite Native American women. I told Ed and he agreed that we should go. I rented a big house and we invited some ladies and only 5 came that Friday but then they got called back to their pueblo so they left and I prayed to God saying, this is not working out the way I thought it should. The owners of the house were Manny and Grace and since the ladies had left, we were free that Saturday and we ended up spending dinner and that night praying with Manny and Grace. It was a divine appointment.

Then 2020 happened and everything stopped for 2 years. But last year, during Purim, God was saying to gather a group for Passover. I knew some people in Arizona that we had been praying with on Purim and so we chose Phoenix as the place. I invited Manny & Grace and also people from 7 different states. During that weekend Manny & Grace prophesied over me and my husband that it was time for us to go forward with what God has called us to do. Grace asked me after that, “what is next”? I told her we should have another women’s retreat at their house during Pentecost. This time, 50 women came to the retreat and the Holy Spirit filled the house from the Friday evening through Saturday night. It was a move of God. During the Saturday, we honored 10 different women and as the day progressed, something opened in the spirit through the honoring. I stood up after the honoring and asked if they would pray for us that we could take this to other states and I didn’t expect to be prayed over right then but a lady stood and said, “I didn’t expect to do this but when the Holy Spirit says to do it, you do it.” I was standing at the front and she was facing me and she began to pray in her native language of Dinet. Halfway through the prayer, she grabbed my hands and I saw, in the spirit, a flame come down and light. She saw that a door was opened. This all transpired at sundown when Pentecost was starting. It wasn’t planned that way, it just happened that way through the Holy Spirit.

We have now had 3 honoring events in 3 different states and Oklahoma will be the 4th state. We are honoring the women that are the Esthers of our day and as we raise them up and honor them, the Holy Spirit moves and opens the move of God in that territory.

It is my prayer that I can share the message that God is restoring the whole house of Israel and gathering the lost tribes. The lost tribes are not lost to God and He has not forgotten His promise.

After this I will return, and will build again the tabernacle of David, which is fallen down; and I will build again the ruins thereof, and I will set it up: That the residue of men might seek after the Lord, and all the Gentiles, upon whom my name is called, saith the Lord, who doeth all these things. Acts 15:16-17

Lisa | God is Bountiful