There are four breakout groups to choose from. These will take place during the two hour lunch break. Each session is approximately 1-hour long, giving you enough time to eat and take part in a breakout workshop.
There are limited spaces for each group so make sure you book your place when purchasing your tickets.
Worship and Prayer
Every person is created to be a worshipper. God lives and dwells in the praises of His people (Ps. 22:3). There is a mystery and a miracle of breakthrough power when the presence of God manifests as we worship and pray. Why not sign up for this workshop led by Helen Yousaf, Noel Robinson and Rebecca Aladiran and be part of creating a declaration song for such a time as this. ‘He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear and put their trust in the Lord’ (Ps. 40:3).
Worship Leaders Helen Yousaf, Noel Robinson & Rebecca Aladiran all minister powerfully in the prophetic. Experienced song writers, they all share a heart to see God respond as we intercede through song.
A creative prayer workshop looking at how to worship and pray in colour. Learn how God uses images and colour for prophetic healing, guidance and visions. This workshop is open to all levels of capability as Scott Moles takes you on a journey of discovery as you draw, led by the Spirit.
Scott Moles has a desire to produce positive art for communities and is passionate about building teams of artists around the globe, sharing the Gospel to those seeking change in a broken world. Founder of livingstonespaintings.com he teaches on various subjects, including ‘Empowerment in Creativity’. Scott can be found painting live at conferences and events including David’s Tent.
In the midst of 21st Century life and activity how do we connect and stay connected with God? This contemplative prayer workshop will help you engage with Father, Son & Spirit, building healthy rhythms into your everyday life. Sarah Whittleston will facilitate encounters with God through a range of practical exercises that lead to a deeper intimacy
Reverend Sarah Whittleston is a Pastor at Elim Life Church, a multi-site church based in North Birmingham. Sarah leads LiftUp, Elim’s National Ministry for Prayer and is passionate about people engaging with God. She has a heart for people to discover their best way to meet with God and make the most of prayer.
Raising Young People to Pray
Convinced that the message of prayer will precede a great revival, Prayer Storm gathers people together around divine encounters and equips them to be increasingly fervent and strategic in prayer. This workshop will help you to capture the hearts of young people, seeing them come alive through prayer, awakening a generation to the reality of God.
Prayer Storm was founded by James Aladiran in 2007 whilst working for the Message Trust as Prayer Coordinator. It was during an event in America that James had a divine encounter with God which totally transformed his heart for prayer.