An International 24/7 Prayer Breakthrough gathering will be taking place in Limpopo from November 1 to November 4 2018 at the Tiveka Game Lodge in Polokwane.

The conference will start on Thursday November 1, running from 7pm to 9pm. The Friday and Saturday services will be from 9am to 9pm and the final session will be from 9am to 12 noon on Sunday.

The speakers of the prayer gathering will include Sharon Brown(USA) teaching on “Establishing Kingdom communities”, Francois Smit on “Kingdom breakthrough (Financial breakthrough)”, Gerhard de Villiers, who will teach pastors and intercessors on “How to avoid burnout”, Ds Johan Bal, on “Steps of prayer counselling”, Joel Legrand (Brussels), “Prayer in the marketplace”, Arthur and Michelle Coetzee on “Prayer leadership development”, George Andrews (Australia) on “Glory to God”, Marius Smit on “Spiritual mapping of Limpopo”and Zyla Fourie Kritzinger on “Spiritual mapping of the Africa economy gate.” 

Arthur and Michelle Coetzee have been conducting the international prayer gathering for a number of years and have received strategic plans from the Lord on how to conduct these meetings.

“Both my husband and I had a remarkable testimony when we clearly received the same message while we prayed at different times, when we came together he explained that we must focus on Kingdom economy and I said to him I got the word Kingdom Breakthrough,” said Michelle, regarding the Limpopo gathering.

Asked why they hosted the gatherings, she said: “To establish Kingdom communities and to align ourselves with God’s Kingdom economic move in our nation.” 

A pamphlet promoting the event says it aims to support churches in reaching and teaching intercessors, and to raise a network of 24/7 prayer in their own churches that will eventually spread to their municipalities.

The prayer focus of the event will be “coming in personal and corporate repentance for South Africa” and is inspired by 2 Chronicles 7:14. Related prayer point headings are revival, unity, and healing of the land.

For more information on this event and how you can be part of it please email , or call Michelle or Arthur on 083 727 9182 or 072 582 2050.

Date published: 13/10/2018
Written by: Ndileka Aboagye
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