Holy moments are a working of the Holy Spirit and not created by us. Isaiah experienced a holy moment when the Spirit of the Lord filled the Temple and he saw the Lord high and lifted up (Isaiah 6). John experienced the Presence of God so powerfully that he fell face down on the ground (Revelation 1:17). Others throughout history have attested to being overwhelmed, humbled, silenced or overjoyed by the presence of God in a holy moment.

It is our conviction that as we humbly seek the Lord, we will experience these holy moments because He loves for us to be with Him. We will see His answers, hear His voice, know His heart, and bear witness to His glory.

So, this goal is not something that we will achieve but something that we will receive. It is also our conviction that these moments will fuel the movement and the multiplication of the other goals.