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- Saturday, 3 March 2012: 8.30am to 5.30pm
***PLEASE NOTE, ONLINE BOOKINGS ARE NOW CLOSED BUT YOU CAN STILL REGISTER ON THE DAY. REGISTRATION WILL OPEN AT 8:30AM ON SATURDAY 3RD MARCH. PLEASE BRING CASH OR A CHEQUE TO PAY. WE CANNOT RECEIVE CARD PAYMENTS***
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£10 Student Rate
School of Prayer 2012
Ghost Busters? – A Beginners Guide to Spiritual Warfare
How do we wage spiritual warfare biblically and powerfully in the 21st century, without kissing our brains goodbye? What are we supposed to think about demons? Why are prayers apparently thwarted? What can we learn from other parts of the world and other times in history?
Come and find answers to these important questions by interacting with theologians and practitioners such as Richard Chartres (Bishop of London), Debra Green (Redeeming Our Communities, a social transformation agency partnering churches with police and local authorities), Graham Tomlin (St Mellitus College) and Pete Greig (24-7 Prayer).
Click here to see Graham Tomlin and Pete Greig tell you more about the event!
8.30-9:30 – Registration
9.30-9:35 – Welcome
9:35-10:00 - Worship
10.00-10:45 – Bishop of London – ‘Unseen Warfare’
10.45-11:15 – Coffee Break
11.15-12:00 – Debra Green – ‘Spiritual warfare and social transformation’
12.00-12:45 – Panel Q+A
12.45-13:45 – Lunch Break (Please remember to bring your own lunch, or purchase off site)
13.45-14:45 – Seminars
- Debra Green – 'Redeeming Our Communities: How to bring breakthrough and blessing to our communities'
- Pete Greig – 'Where Angels Fear to Tread: Understanding spiritual authority'
- Emmy Wilson - 'Setting Captives Free from Spiritual Strongholds'
14:45-15:30 – Graham Tomlin – ‘Luther, the Devil and the Future of the World’
15:30-16:00 – Coffee
16:00-17:00 - Prayer and ministry time with Pete and Debra
RICHARD CHARTRES became the 132nd Bishop of London in November 1995. He is President of the Bible Society and founder and life president of St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. His publications include "Tree of Knowledge, Tree of Life"  along with many articles and essays on religion and the environment.
DEBRA GREEN is the Director and Founder of Redeeming Our Communities. She is also on the leadership team at Ivy Manchester church in South Manchester. Debra is co-author (with her husband Frank) of 'City Changing Prayer' and author of ‘Redeeming Our Communities; 21st Century Miracles of Social Transformation'. She is frequently asked to speak at events and conferences: including the ACPO conference, New Wine, Spring Harvest, and several other police and community focused conferences.
GRAHAM TOMLIN is the Dean of St Mellitus College. Having previously been Vice Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, Graham is the author of several books in the history of Theology and contemporary Mission including: ‘Luther and his World’, ‘The Provocative Church’, ‘the Seven Deadly Sins’ and most recently ‘The Prodigal Spirit’
PETE GREIG is one of the founding champions of the 24-7 Prayer movement, and also Director of Prayer for Holy Trinity Brompton and Alpha International. He has written a number of books on prayer and spirituality, sits on the Executive of the International Prayer Council and is actively involved with the leadership of a new missional community in Guildford.
EMMY WILSON has been on staff for 26 years and is now a Curate at Holy Trinity Brompton. She founded the Earl's Court Project, a street ministry helping those affected by various addictions, and Alpha for Prisons. She has been involved with pastoral work and Prayer Ministry training and more recently, Listening Prayer. Her work includes prison Global Alpha Training.
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