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Momma June Show - David Meeks - World Outreach Revival Center - Picayune, MS

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Momma June is traveling this summer visiting ministries across the United States. She had the privilege of visiting this church and listening to Pastor David Meeks as he delivered a powerful message about stepping over that threshold of faith!  A must-hear!

David Meeks has been married to Tamara Meeks for 36 years and has lived in Picayune, MS since 1987.  The Meeks have two married daughters, Tina Shoemake and Amanda Woodard, and they have 10 grandchildren.

At 27 years old David Meeks heard the voice of God calling to him saying “ it Is time.” Meeks ask “time for what”?.  God replied, time for ministry or the business world ,  It is time to make a choice.  Making a choice to follow the call, Meeks  has been the pastor of World Outreach Revival Center, a non-denominational ministry, for the past 28 years. He received Christ at age 11 and was filled the Holy Spirit at age 13. He is a pastor with a true Fathers heart. He carries a mantel of the Fathers Love and is used in the Gifts of the Spirit. He has a passion for souls, healing, deliverance and building leadership in the body of Christ. From his first day of ministry, he has cried out to walk in constant spirit of revival. He has a unique way of allowing the Holy Spirit to guide each church service into a revival atmosphere and challenging his church body to walk in a place of victory. David has a deep spiritual heritage, His mother, Shirley Meeks, under the covering of his father, William Meeks, was his pastor for over 20 years before being called into the ministry himself.  Meeks mother introduced him to the ministries of AA Allen, Katherine Kuhlman, and many other ministers of that era.

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