Saturday 13 January 2018, 9am - 1pm
We are delighted to be welcoming Marc DuPont back to Bath. He will be joining the men for breakfast and then speaking and ministering.
Marc is the founder of Mantle of Praise Ministries, Inc., a ministry concerned with revival and restoring a prophetic edge to the whole body of Christ. Marc ministers in two basic areas; speaking and impartation. The speaking focuses on what the Spirit of God desires to say to the individual church, that particular region, or to the Body of Christ in general. Marc also teaches on themes such as Healing and the Kingdom of God, Prayer, Worship and the Tabernacle of David, Vision and Destiny, the Father Heart of God, and recovery from Spiritual Abuse. Impartation is the releasing by the Spirit of what the Father desires to do in three basic areas:
Encouraging and releasing of spiritual gifts, The Holy Spirit speaking clearly and directly to people’s hearts about the Father’s compassion and sovereignty, Ministering in healing
Marc and his wife Kim now reside in San Diego, CA. They have 3 grown children, Allie, Taylor and David. Marc is also on staff at Foothills Christian Church in El Cajon, CA.. His pastoral responsibilities include preaching at services and conferences, and mentoring. Marc was on staff at the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship from 1992 to the spring of 1996. He has also authored several books.
This is a free event but please register (so we know how many to cater for at breakfast!)
|Our VISION is to build a radical relevant church that empowers people to express God’s heart, fulfil their dreams and change the world.|
Our MISSION is to create a culture where people from every nation and generation can have a genuine encounter with the living God.
Our mandate is to see people established in the truth, equipped to fulfil their dreams and empowered to change the world around them.
We want everyone to live in the fullness of everything Jesus paid for on the cross, to express the likeness of heaven here on earth and leave a legacy for the generations to come.
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