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Accelerate Conference and Evening of Hope

God is doing great things in our midst and as a ministry we are eager to fulfill our part. With the New Year, we believe we are on the verge of a mighty outpouring of God's grace in our time and generation. We humbly desire His refreshing wind of the Holy Spirit that brings about the transformation of individuals and communities. That is why we are hosting Accelerate- a Spiritual Empowerment Conference here in the Twin Cities March 19th and 20th.



The apostle Paul speaking of his faith journey says, "I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whom I have suffered the loss of all things and count them but rubbish so that I may gain Christ....but one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus" (Philippians 3:8-14).


This two-day conference in Minneapolis is a time of refreshing worship, inspiring messages from dynamic speakers, prayer, and re-commissioning for those in attendance. As with Paul, it is a season to seek deliverance from what lies behind and the everyday distractions, to get equipped with the tools to reach forward, and press on through the power of the Holy Spirit into God's upward call.

As we pray for revival and awakenning in our lives, churches, and communities, we are eager to hear God's specific word for us.  I pray that at Accelerate, each of us will experience God in a dynamic and refreshing way. 

In conjuction with Accelerate, we are hosting a one evening evangelistic event, Evening of Hope Concert with National artists Superchick and John Reuben on the 19th of March.  The Evening of Hope is a free admission event open to all the public.  I will be giving an evangelistic message and invitation during the event. 

If you live in the Twin Cities, the Evening of Hope is a perfect opportunity to invite someone who does not know Christ to come out and not only enjoy a great concert but experience the love and hope that Jesus Christ gives.

Accelerate conference will end on the 20th Saturday in the afternoon with a special session of one on one prayer for the needs of conference participants. Please make plans now to attend Accelerate 2010 on March 19th and 20th! To register and for more details and profiles of some of our conference speakers, follow this link.

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