Prophetic Ministry teaching in Lingwood

The next teaching morning with East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry is on Saturday October 21 and will focus on God, our Father.

The East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry teaching mornings are held monthly, at St Peter’s Church (side room) Church Road, Lingwood, Norfolk, NR13 4TR on Saturdays 10.00-1.00. Open to all! 

Together, the group looks at what the bible teaches on prophetic lifestyle and ministry, with Holy Spirit empowered teaching and guided practical activation sessions.

The meeting on October 21 will look at Prophetic Revelation and its role in revival. What is prophetic revelation and why is it of uttermost importance for us today? Come and hear how the role and position we have as prophetically empowered Christians is vital to the forth coming move of God. How throughout biblical history, in both Old and New Testaments, God’s word proclaimed and lived out by generations of Prophets, was integral to the moves of God’s power and authority on the earth in those days and also in that which we long for today. God never does anything without first revealing it to his servants the prophets.  

east norfolk school of prophetCheryl Grace from the school said, "Come and encounter Father God’s passionate, outrageous love for you. Let Father God take hold of you and teach you, from his word, who he really is and how to live in the good of all that he has promised he would do for you."
These mornings are free, with pre-registration at A free-will offering is appreciated, to cover expenses. Tea and coffee provided. 

The school is for those who want to learn more about living the abundant life Jesus came to bring, (John 10:10) led by the Holy Spirit and releasing Him in the everyday.

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