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Recently Mitch from Crown Jesus Ministries shared the following prophetic picture and word he had.
‘As I was driving across the border I sensed the LORD giving me the following revelation, I saw an apple tree blossom in a garden. Beyond the fences I could see other gardens that had a single apple trees also. They were very pretty, yet some had no fruit, and others had very little fruit and the apples were small. I enquired of the LORD what the meaning was. The reason for the lack of fruit was the lack of cross pollination. These trees all required a pollination partner, the partner has to be a different variety of the same fruit species. Two trees of the same variety will not pollinate each other. The Lord then impressed upon me these words: ‘In 2018 the bees are coming. I am sending swarms of bees to pollinate the trees, do not be afraid of the bees in your garden, do not be afraid to give away pollen, and do not chase my bees from your flowers.’
As part of our general prayer networking activity, we regularly participate in gatherings of national prayer leaders for mutual support, encouragement and updating.
Consequently a number of such leaders will be in Northern Ireland in April and we would therefore invite you to join us and hear what they have to share – could they be some of the “bees”?
Link to Mitch’s word
The first event runs from the evening of Thursday 12th April, to lunch time on Friday 13th.
Our speakers will be..
Daphne Godwin, Ffald–y–Brenin, Wales,
Daphne and her husband Roy are directors of Ffald–y–Brenin, a remote Christian House of Prayer and Retreat Centre in South West Wales, UK. Many will have heard of Ffald–y–Brenin from the bestselling book, Grace Outpouring, written by Daphne’s husband Roy. People are pouring in from the nations and many are being blessed and healed. The deaf hear, the lame walk, and joy arises to heaven! Increasingly they are seeing people make a commitment to follow Jesus Christ. Hundreds are launching into local prayer–based mission–shaped discipleship in Wales and the nations.
Jane Holloway, World Prayer Centre, Birmingham.
Jane Holloway joined the team at World Prayer Centre in May 2005. Prior to joining WPC, she was involved in various jobs linked with prayer and mission, including working for the UK Evangelical Alliance as Prayer Co–ordinator for 7 years and Prayer and Evangelism Co–ordinator for 2 years.
Jane is passionate about helping the church rediscover the centrality of prayer in its life and mission. Her job enables her to teach, write, mobilise and network in prayer across the British Isles & Ireland.
She facilitates Prayer Connections Network across England and the Connecting the Isles group of leaders from across the British Isles. She is on the Evangelical Alliance Council of Reference. She currently serves on the HOPE National Leadership Team; the Prayer Alert team which produces a weekly strategic prayer resource email; the steering group for Thy Kingdom Come Pentecost week of prayer and acts as a consultant to churches and organisations as required.
Please plan to arrive a little before 7:30 as we would like to start sharp at 7:30pm. Plan for the meetings will be:
Thursday evening 7:30pm – 9:30pm Both Jane and Daphne will speak, and there will be a break for tea/coffee.
Friday morning 10:00am – 12:30pm Both Jane and Daphne speaking, and there will be a break for tea/coffee.
Parking will be on street adjacent to the Mill. Please park with consideration for local residents.
The second event will be a “mini–conference” and will run from the evening of Friday 13th April, to approximately 5pm on Saturday 14th.
We are privileged to have Brian Mills join with us in Northern Ireland to share his heart for prayer and his perspectives on current situations, both national and global. Ryan Mitchell from Wildfire will be leading worship
Brian Mills was on the staff of the Evangelical Alliance of Great Britain for a total of ten years, during which he was seconded as Assistant National Director of Mission England (with Billy Graham), and launched Prayer Triplets. He has ministered around the world in over 65 nations. He is an executive member of the International Prayer Council, is a member of the International Reconciliation Coalition and founder of Interprayer International Partnership. He is regarded as the father of the prayer movement in the UK and is based at Ashburnham Prayer & Conference Centre in the south of England, where the community is engaged in a ministry of continuous prayer. He is married to Ruth and has three grown–up sons.He is the author of quite a number of books, which include ‘God is Still Speaking’, ‘Sins of the Fathers’, ‘Preparing for Revival’, to name just a few!
Ryan Mitchell leads Wildfire. He says, “Wildfire is a creative community that has grown around a weekly living room worship gathering in Belfast. Through the songs we sing and words we declare we aim to create encounters with the living presence of God; where the Holy Spirit has freedom to move, amd our identities are shaped and formed by the Father who loves us without measure.”
There will be no registration cost for this mini–conference although we shall take an offering on the day to help cover costs. Please RSVP as we would like to know in advance of your intention to come, so we can plan seating and tea/coffee as appropriate.
Please plan to arrive a little before 7:30 on the Friday as we would like to start sharp at 7:30pm. Plan for the meetings will be:
Friday evening 7:30pm – 9:30pm Brian speaking, and there will be a break for tea/coffee.
Saturday morning 10:00am –12:30pm Brian speaking, and there will be a break for tea/coffee. Finish around 12:30am
Saturday 12:30pm – 2:00pm Lunch. Bring own packed lunch. Tea/coffee provided. Alternatively visit local shops.
Saturday afternoon 2:00pm – 4:30pm Brian speaking, and there will be a break for tea/coffee.
Parking will be on streets adjacent to the Mill. Please park with consideration for local residents.
As mentioned above, we would like you to let us know if you are able to join us for either (or both) of these events. This is so we can plan catering and seating etc. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org asap giving your name, and the session(s) (Thursday evening, Friday morning, Friday evening, Saturday) you are able to attend.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Transformations Ireland Ltd
PO Box 364
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