The role and mission of Wendy Lowry inside 7 Bells is determined by where she is most
needed at each moment. Wendy’s life was in a state of sustained crisis before she met Jesus near death in 1991, so she has a great sensitivity to the level of crisis a person is in when they reach out to her. She strives to offer the next step and clearest, most simple path to relief.
Wendy gets an average of 15 serious requests a day for some type of crisis intervention. She responds according to urgency and whether she can assist or refer to another source better equipped to help. She feels her gifting is the person who feels stuck spiritually or emotionally and wants help trying to remove the barrier between themselves and God. The desired outcome is a closer and more intimate walk with Jesus Christ.
Wendy has spent many years studying and operating in deep prayer work for her own freedom and has continued to learn and grow as she meets more complicated and seemingly hopeless situations. Prayer ministry is her top priority. The greater amount of her time is given to meeting those in spiritual crisis and helping them towards freedom.
Wendy also has great experience with men and women inside the correctional system, psych wards, treatment centers, sexual assaults, domestic issues, a variety of addiction issues, and hopelessness in general. She coaches many calls and situations related to these areas nearly daily. She is a “go to” person for many due to her length of time and consistent experience in these very difficult areas.
Wendy also leases 3 homes to provide safe housing for women who need to live outside of the city in order to stay steady in life. She and the Ministers that God brings to 7 Bells invest significant time in helping the women grow and prosper in every way. These women have to work to pay rent and all additional expenses are provided through gracious donors. Wendy remains very hands on and involved daily in the affairs of the 7 Bells women’s houses.
Wendy also spends 2 afternoons a week at Metro Hope Ministries in downtown Minneapolis. They graciously provide her an office to do prayer work with their clients and others as needed in the City of Minneapolis.
She has been speaking weekly “live” on our 7 Bells Facebook page. She has a passion to
share the gospel of Jesus Christ and to provide clarity on issues that are frequently brought to her that she feels need a voice.
We would love to have you consider becoming a partner of 7 Bells. We have an outside team operating our finances and keeping us accountable. Integrity is a top priority for us at all levels in this ministry.
Most importantly, we need intercessors, volunteers and to offer assistance to you if we are able. We desire to serve and bless as we are able.