Prayer Workshop with Dr. Paul Jehle

Prayer Summit Workshop
with Dr. Paul Jehle
Ekklesia Prayer: Thy Kingdom Come

Saturday, February 3, 2018

8:30 am   Registration and refreshments
9:00 am   Worship, prayer and teaching
                 Two teaching sessions 
                 and a break
12 noon   Lunch 
1:00 pm   Advancing the Kingdom 
                 in our Regions
                 Two sessions and a break
                 Worship and prayer
3:30 pm   Dismissal

Location: Light of the World 
                 Christian Church
                 273 Elm St, Milford, NH 03055

Registration: $15 registration fee includes morning refreshments and lunch.  To register call (603) 673-9324. You may pay by check or cash ONLY to LWCC at the door or by mailing it to the address above.

Dr. Paul Jehle is Senior Pastor of the New Testament Church of Cedarville in Plymouth, MA; Principal of the New Testament Christian School; Founder of Heritage Institute Ministries (HIM); and Education Director for the Plymouth Rock Foundation. Dr. Jehle has traveled throughout the United States and in Canada, Latin America and Africa declaring Biblical principles as they relate to Church leadership and government, Christian education, youth ministry, and political statesmanship. He is the author of over seven books including the groundbreaking comprehensive book on Christian education by the title of Go Ye Therefore and Teach All Nations also published by the Plymouth Rock Foundation.

Dr. Jehle has also been a founding member of New England Alliance.  He recently presented at the Revive and Restore conference at the Moody Campus in Northfield, MA.

Prayer has many dimensions. It is both personal as well as corporate. It is internal, in our hearts and our closets, and external, in public and proclamation.  In this workshop, come and learn why both dimensions of prayer are critical in our day to see the remnant of God’s people spiritually influence our culture.  If we unite in our hearts under the focus of the model prayer taught by Jesus, we can, as the people of God from many churches across denominational lines, see a measure of the Kingdom of God come forth in our generation. 

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