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Evangelism gaining momentum in Norwich

HeartbeatMinistriesCFHeartbeat Ministries, thrilled with Charlie and Brynn Shamp’s Kingdom Invasion UK and Europe Tour so far, say that have seen miracles occur on the streets of Norwich.

Organisers say they have witnessed conversions, signs, wonders and miracles have accompanied illuminating teaching and practical training. The tangible presence of God has been the norm both in meetings and on the streets.

Charlie Shamp and Munday Martin have been on tour in Norfolk and ministered in church services, revival gatherings as well as training in their very stimulating and practical way for street evangelism. 
Street-work has been an integral part of this tour.  Teams have been going out in the day and in the evening. 

Heartbeat Ministries in Norwich plan to keeo the momentum of evangelism training and street-work going.  David Cairns of Heartbeat Ministries Norwich said, "What a great way for people right across the denominations to plug into evangelism and build Kingdom together. We intend to get in touch with local churches and see if they want to join in.  Churches joining in will be added to a list to be given to new converts to encourage them to meet with other Christians on a regular basis."
"Hundreds have been prayed for on the streets, many experiencing the Holy Spirit and significant healings. There have been sincere commitments to Jesus and God's people have been activated to move in his authority. We want to put feet on our prayers for the people of Norwich. So many people are really open."

There is still a chance to go along to a meeting on Wednesday April 29 at St Elizabeth's The Beacon, 75 Cadge Rd, Earlham at 7.30pm. Click here for details

Pictured: Charlie with teams raring to go take Jesus to Norwich Streets 

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