The Hyphen Tour is a boutique event that allows for relationship building, purposeful interactions, powerful worship, and focused preaching and teaching. It is a life-changing experience!
This year we are asking Hyphens everywhere a simple question: “Have you been stamped?”
What does it mean to be stamped?
Hyphens need God’s stamp of approval and anointing on their dreams, ministry, career, education, image, pain, finances and relationships. These are all big topics young adults are tackling while in their twenties. Hyphen wants to empower them with the realization that their whole life is a mission field, and they need to enter that field stamped.
Why is that important?
When a young adult allows God to stamp their ordinary, everyday life with His seal of approval, they are moving from simply existing to being activated for a mission. In one God-moment, they can be changed from being an ordinary young adult, to being a Hyphen, one who serves as a connector between two parts: God and their world. You see, a banker is just a banker, but a banker who has been stamped is a Hyphen. A student is just a student, but a student who has been stamped is a Hyphen. The act of God stamping their life for a mission turns them into a Hyphen because it prepares them through the power of the Holy Spirit to accomplish the call He has for their life.
What’s the biblical case for it?
Ephesians 1:13 (Amplified) says, “In Him you also who have heard the Word of Truth, the glad tidings (Gospel) of your salvation, and have believed in and adhered to and relied on Him, were stamped with the seal of the long-promised Holy Spirit.”
Every experience, success and failure, when stamped by the Holy Spirit can be powerful witness of God’s grace and power. We are not our own, we have been bought with a high price for a specific purpose. We exist in our world to reach our world! So, we ask, “Have you been stamped?”