Moving To The Spirit Conference

I don’t normally advertise events here (don’t think I’ve done so before), but I’m helping a friend who’s organizing a conference this week by Kingdom Inroads, a Christian social enterprise.

Dates: 25 Feb – 27 Feb (Thursday – Saturday)
Time : 2pm – 10pm
Venue: New Life Vineyard, 183A East Coast Road, Singapore 428889

This conference is going to deal with charismatic topics like:

  • Inner Healing
  • Deliverance
  • Physical Healing
  • Hearing God’s Voice
  • Writing to the Spirit and Healing
  • Father’s Heart

As mentioned above, the venue is at New Life Vineyard, a sponsor of Kingdom Inroads and one of two Vineyard churches in Singapore – the other being Vineyard Singapore. I’ve always loved the Vineyard church association because to me they represent a pretty balanced side of charismatic Christianity.

I’ll probably be attending one or two night sessions. More information about the event can be found here. To register or find out more about this event, you can contact Pastor Kiat Hock at (65) 8121 9557 or Pastor Lye Heng at (65) 9817 0026. The following is the detailed schedule for the three days:

25 Feb (Thur) 26 Feb  (Fri) 27 Feb (Sat)
14:00-14:30 Worship Worship Worship
14:30-17:00 Inner Healing

(Dr Ken)

Physical Healing

(Dr Ron)

Writing and Healing

(Dr Newell)

19:00-19:30 Worship Worship Worship
19:30-22:00 Deliverance

(Dr Ron)

Hearing God’s Voice

(Dr Newell)

Father’s Heart

(Dr Ken)

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2 Comments

  1. Hi stil haven found, I’m from NCC too..m interested in attending 1 or 2 of d sessions too..which one do u recommend?

  2. Hi Cynthia,

    I attended Pastor Henry’s healing service on Wednesday night with the three speakers. They heard about New Creation and were interested to check the healing service since all of them are in the business of healing!

    I’m not sure which sessions to recommend. I have a particular interest in Dr. Newell’s sessions (on hearing God). After meeting the three speakers, I’ve decided to attend the whole conference (not just night sessions) because I think I could learn a lot from them. I had a great evening talking with them and seeing them minister to some people with us.

    I think it’s going to be a small conference of maybe around 20-30 attendants, which makes for a cozy setting! Cheers!

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