Do you have a heart for people who are hurting? Are you looking to personally connect with God in a deep and profound way? Join us for this activating, hands-on workshop on Thursday evenings in October. This training is open to anyone and is recommended for church healing teams, small group leaders, youth leaders and pastoral teams. If you are eager to experience God’s healing power through prayer, you won’t want to miss this important opportunity.
FOUR WEEKS – Oct 5, 12, 19, 26 – 6:45 – 9 pm
Dave works with college and university students as a bible teacher, mentor, and equipper. Because he has a deep love for God and has seen His restorative, healing power firsthand, Dave passionately shares his knowledge and experiences with others. He is a captivating storyteller who can bring an audience to the edge of their seat with rich detail of people’s powerful encounters with Jesus. Dave travels nationally and internationally conducting workshops for churches and organizations in the areas of spiritual gifts, evangelism, discipleship and spiritual warfare. He was the senior pastor at Brooklyn Park Vineyard Church for 13 years and is currently serving God through Living Acts Ministries while he attends Bethel Seminary where he is completing his doctor of ministry degree.
Ann Monikowski is a personal and spiritual life coach, teacher, ordained chaplain, intercessor and prayer leader. She is passionate about people experiencing intimacy, healing and freedom in Jesus Christ through prayer and discipleship. Over the past 15 years Ann has traveled to Mexico, Canada and several US cities to teach on prayer, spiritual warfare, healing prayer and the application of Biblical principles to everyday life. Locally, she has enjoyed being an event speaker and teacher training lay leaders from local churches, para-church organizations, nonprofit agencies and Christian business groups about prayer and how to effectively form and sustain on-site intercessory prayer communities. Ann lives with her family in Apple Valley, MN and is a member of The House Church.