AG Pastor Dana Coverstone Shares Additional Prophetic Dreams by CHARISMA NEWS STAFF for Charisma News
Editor’s Note: Charisma Media shares the following as information, recognizing its potential prophetic significance. However, we take no responsibility for the content of Pastor Coverstone’s dreams or of their veracity. As Scripture reminds us, “Let two or three prophets speak, and let the others judge” (1 Cor. 14:29).
Assemblies of God Pastor Dana Coverstone is still dreaming. And the small-town Kentucky pastor, who leads Living Word Ministries Assemblies of God in Burksville, Kentucky, is still sharing his dreams via videos on his Facebook page even though, he said, “It’s going to make some people mad.” Two recent videos include dreams that seem to reveal the continuation of protests and riots into October along with what appears to be a Trump win in the November presidential election, followed by a storm of violence.
Earlier this summer, Coverstone shared three foreboding dreams in videos that went viral, bringing a huge and varied response from the charismatic community. Charisma Media CEO Stephen Strang responded to those videos in an episode of his Strang Report podcast, saying the pastor “did not come across as arrogant [or] trying to build up his ministry” but also encouraging prayer and caution. He also recorded another Strang Report podcast in which various Christian leaders responded to the Coverstone prophecies.
Coverstone said he is “not doing this for notoriety; I’m not getting paid to do this,” adding that the country needs to see what God was showing him. He said he sees himself not as a prophet but as a watchman, noting that during his videos, he reads each dream from a printed script “so I don’t add into it.”
The dream he shared on Facebook Aug. 13 included some powerful prophetic images related to the month of October, which appeared in his dream as a calendar. Government and federal agency officials also appeared in the dream, he said, all with firecracker-style wicks coming out of their heads that were “lit on fire.”