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Prayer School for Intercessors - Annual Prayer Training Conference
photoBreakthrough Intercessory Prayer Ministry located in Lincoln, Virginia is a non-profit, evangelical ministry processing over a hundred thousand prayer requests annually. Each prayer request will be received by six of Breakthrough’s 4,000 intercessors around the world who agree to pray for 21 days for each request. Breakthrough is always open to new Christian Intercessors joining this ministry. As the number of requests for prayer grows, Breakthrough seeks a greater number of Intercessors. Breakthrough believes that God chooses and calls individuals to this ministry. Please pray for His leading about entering this work.
Prayer School for Intercessors
Annual Prayer Training Conference
October 15, 2011
Saturday 8:30-4:30
Patrick Henry College
10 Patrick Henry Circle
Purcellville VA 20312

"Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my meditation. Give heed to the voice of my cry, my king and my God, for to you I will pray" [Psalm 5: 1-2].


Registration includes all conference materials and lunch: $50 per individual/$65 per married couple.

Presented by Breakthrough, Inc. International Ministry of Intercessory Prayer

Churches are emulating first-century Christianity that centered on prayer

Loudoun County is considered to be one of the fastest growing counties in the nation and an instrumental component of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Some church leaders believe transformation in the Body of Christ within Loudoun County has become a major catalyst in what ministers and layman alike agree has lead to the long awaited church revival in the Mid Atlantic region.

Did you know we have a powerful international prayer ministry headquartered in Loudoun? Breakthrough International Ministry of Intercessory Prayer located in Lincoln is a non-denominational, non-profit, evangelical ministry processing over a hundred thousand prayer requests annually. These requests go to a network of nearly 4,000 intercessors who pray individually and faithfully for each request. Their prayer family extends into nearly eighty countries worldwide. Breakthrough was started in 1980 by well known Christian author Catherine Marshall and her husband, Leonard LeSourd.

Breakthrough promotes the power of Church intercession. Throughout the world, churches are discovering that they are only as strong as their prayers. This renewed emphasis on prayer has brought exciting things to the Christian community. According to Breakthrough, “large and small, denominational and non-denominational, many congregations are into regular intercession and thereby are discovering the joy of prayer. In this turn toward intercession, churches are emulating first-century Christianity that centered on prayer. When the early church got together and lifted up its voice in agreement the power of God came. “And when they prayed, the place where they were assembled together was shaken; and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they spoke the word of God with boldness” [Acts 4:31].

You won't want to miss this annual prayer training conference and a chance to renew your prayer life and enjoy warm fellowship with fellow intercessors.

Conference Topics

Created for Prayer Part 2
Rev. Brian K. Wells

Breakthrough Board member and Pastor, Rev. Brian K. Wells explores the purpose of our creation and how prayer transforms the life of the believer in this follow-up message to his talk in 2009’s Prayer School. Reverend Wells will again be exploring Nahum 3:14 and drilling deeper in the truths of our purpose on earth.

Faith: What did God Say?
Winsome Sears

What does God say about faith and prayer? Winsome Sears delves into Hebrews 11 to find the answers to this pervasive topic in Scripture. She will explore the elements of faith as talked about in Hebrews and how they can increase a believer’s prayer life.

Can America be Saved?
Dave Kubal

In a culture where there is ungodliness in every direction you look, small organizations focused around prayer still hold onto hope that the Lord will redeem the nation. Dave Kubal, president of Intercessors for America in Purcellville focuses his discussion on the impact and power of prayer in America.

About the Speakers

Rev. Brian K. Wells

Reverend Wells is a Board Member of Breakthrough. He pastors Family Worship Center Church in Sterling, Virginia, and currently is a member of the Board of Directors of two other non-profit organizations. He and his wife, Carol, reside in Northern Virginia with their two sons, Timothy and James.

Winsome Sears

Winsome Earle Sears was born in Jamaica and partly raised in Bronx, New York. She is a former Marine and has previously directed a Salvation Army women’s homeless shelter. Among her many community involvements, Winsome worked as a VISTA volunteer to teach adults to read and moderated regional community discussions on education reform. She currently does prison ministry for the men at Whitepost Detention Center. Winsome is married to Terence and is the mother of DeJon, Katia, and Janel and grandmother to Victoria and Faith.

Dave Kubal

Dave is the President of Intercessors for America and has been in ministry for over 25 years. For the vast majority of that he served Christ through The Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has a degree in Psychology and a minor in Business from Wright State University in Ohio. He is married to his high school Sweet-heart, Kris. They have three children and reside in Purcellville, Virginia.

For More Information

Registration
- Please register by September 30th
- Mail in the attached tear-off or register online at http://www.intercessors.org
- Registration includes all conference materials and lunch: $50/individual, $65/married couple

Breakthrough at PO Box 121, Lincoln, VA 20160
Email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address),
Website: http://www.intercessors.org,
Call 540-338-4131
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