Wesley Morris #146A

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 wmorris@timetorevive.com
 404-886-3224

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Wesley Morris #146A

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Wesley got involved with Time to Revive during an engage week with reviveFLORIDA, but his introduction to the ministry came earlier the previous year. In May of 2015, the Lord put it on Wesley’s heart to do a citywide tent meeting in his hometown of Cartersville, GA. During this time, he was connected, through a friend, to Kyle Martin who was in Fort Wayne, IN for reviveINDIANA. Kyle invited Wesley to “come and see”. Some health concerns prevented Wesley from traveling to Indiana, but it didn’t stop his desire to learn more about the heart of TTR, along with the ministry’s method and tools. Wesley watched countless videos of reviveINDIANA, ordered the TTR Bibles and wristbands and began equipping believers in Georgia to go out and share the Gospel. Months later when the TTR team traveled to Sarasota for reviveFLORIDA, Wesley and his family were there to join in the work. Wesley was drawn to the ministry of TTR by the passion we have to equip the Body of Christ to share the Gospel and make disciples as we love, listen, discern and respond to the Holy Spirit’s leading. He knew this was what he had been looking for his entire Christian life. Now, one of Wesley’s favorite things about TTR is our diversity and unity across denominational lines to equip the saints for the return of Christ.
 
Wesley lives in Cartersville, Ga with his wife Rebecca and their 4 children, Emily, Elijah, Silas and Luke. After giving his life to Christ in 2004, Wesley began a new life of ministry working with the youth, those in prison, and with the homeless. Most recently, before joining the TTR team, Wesley served as a pastor at Trinity Baptist Church and as Chaplain for the Bartow County Jail. Wesley loves to serve and minister to people and is passionate about teaching and preaching. He enjoys spending time outdoors, playing sports, construction work and travel. However, it’s people who have Wesley’s heart, and you will often find him hanging out with his family, feeding groups of people or taking someone out to evangelize.