My kids had moved to Ghana as refugees. I was lonely, because my whole world was built around those children. So I poured myself into my work. And this night, out of nowhere, I had this dream where the voice was telling me, “Gather the women to pray for peace.” So I went to work and went to my boss and said to him, “You know, I had this strange dream, and since you are a pastor…” my boss at the time was a pastor, “I think you should tell the women of the church to come together to pray for peace.” And he looked at me and said, “No, Leymah. The dream bearer is always the dream carrier. If you give your dream to someone, you may never recognize it when you see it the next time. So you have to mobilize those women.” And I was like, “Ahh! But God would not be talking to me, because I drink. I’m in a relationship where I’m not married.” So everything that the Bible tells you is wrong is what I was reciting to him. And he said, “Yeah, I know that. But he called you.”