Date(s) - 07/03/2020
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Experiencing the Heavenly Realms
Knowing your identity, power and authority in Christ
Stuart Lees has been Vicar of ChristChurch, Fulham, since 1997 and is a national leader for Jesus Ministry.
Jesus Ministry supports and encourages church leaders, runs conferences and Living Free courses, takes team on ministry trips both at home and overseas, and trains ‘Freedom Prayer’ teams.
For more information, see www.jesusministry.life
About this Listening to God Teaching Day
Stuart is an outstanding teacher who has the amazing ability to make sense of God’s supernatural realm: to make it accessible and to help us to understand why we need to live there.
Throughout what promises to be an exciting day of teaching and prayer activations, Stuart will help us to understand how we can walk into freedom, based on what the Bible says about our identity and authority in Jesus Christ.
Stuart will share Biblical teaching about how, as humans, we live in both the natural realm that we perceive with our senses, and the unseen spiritual realm. He will explain how, as Christians, God has “raised us up with Christ and seated us with Him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus” (Eph. 6.2), and how we can learn to exercise our spiritual authority in Christ.
Through this ‘Listening to God’ day, Stuart will equip us for a supernatural lifestyle and empower us to rise up and break out of our own sin patterns and strongholds.
He will also demonstrate how to activate the prophetic gifts that God has for each of us, before giving us opportunities to pray for each other using prophetic words of life that help us to live in God’s original design for our lives!
There will be two talks in the morning and one in the afternoon. In addition to the prayer activations, there will be a short time of response after Stuart’s talks, and members of Stuart’s team will be available to pray for you.
Please note, lunch is not included so please bring a packed lunch. Hot drinks will be served in the morning and at lunchtime.
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