Unite and Pray Seminar
If the Church is to enjoy the presence of Christ and advance the Kingdom of God abroad, the corporate prayer meeting must be made a top priority in the life of our local assemblies. However, it is very difficult to get people involved in our prayer meetings if they are tedious and uncomfortable events. The “Unite and Pray Seminar” is designed to give clear and practical guidelines on how to conduct an encouraging and rewarding corporate prayer experience. Careful consideration is given to the various biblical principles and practices that strengthen true united prayer, and also to some of the various obstacles that unnecessarily hinder and weaken our prayer meetings. Any prayer group needing renewed focus, greater unity or more consistency will enjoy this clear and practical instruction.
Awake and Go Revival Seminar
Throughout the Church today there is a growing anticipation and hunger for revival. Such a hunger is encouraging and rightly justified. Yet, hunger alone is not a guarantee of future blessings. Our hunger for revival must be directed by the Holy Spirit in accordance with God’s Biblical principles. The “Awake and Go Revival Seminar” is designed to help local churches to accurately define the purpose and process of revival, identify and eliminate unbiblical biases against revival and stimulate genuine agreement and prayer for revival. This seminar will be a great benefit to all those seeking to learn more about how to welcome and treasure Christ’s reviving presence.
How can YOU Host a Seminar?
These seminars are conducted on a love-offering basis. We simply ask that the hosting church or ministry provide for all travel and lodging expenses. Other guidelines for honorariums may apply to conferences or retreats where a collection or love offering would not be appropriate. The seminar usually consists of three meetings, each lasting approximately 1½ hours long. However, the material can be condensed or lengthened according to the specific needs of your church. If you are interested in scheduling one of these seminars for your church or ministry, or if you have any other questions about the content of the seminars please feel free to contact us.