Bill Johnson, Shawn Bolz at Kingdom Come SA in February

Bethel Church’s renowned senior leader, Bill Johnson and internationally-acclaimed prophetic movement pioneer, author and TV host, Shawn Bolz, will be speaking at the third Kingdom Come SA conference in Johannesburg in February.

For revivalist and author Johnson, it will be his second time to address South Africans under the Kingdom Come SA banner — he spoke at the 2017 conference during his first ministry visit to SA and he delivered his messages via livestream last year when he cancelled his SA trip at the last minute when his wife Benni had a spell in hospital.

Bolz will be visiting South Africa for the first time but he has previously prophesied about the country, notably at a Miami conference in October last year when he said “a double portion generation was about to arise in SA” and he had words of knowledge for South Africans at the event.

Also on the platform at the February conference will be Bethel Music musician and Burn 247 founder Sean Feucht, who led the worship at the two previous Kingdom Come SA events and is a frequent visitor to SA. Feucht made headlines recently when he announced he will be running for the US Congress.

In a message from the hosts of Kingdom Come SA, Breakthru Life Church and The Evangelical Alliance of SA, John Crumpton and Moss Ntlha say: “Right now the Holy Spirit is stirring our hearts with an increased desire for the ‘more of God’ to break into our nation. At the beginning of another decade there is an urgency for the Church to be built with greater accuracy, on the foundation of the Apostles & Prophets.”

They say the conference from Thursday February 27 to Saturday February 29 is an opportunity for people from across SA ” to receive fresh impartation, and is designed to encourage and equip believers across the nation for the coming harvest”.

“This is going to be an awesome combination of Ephesians 4 gift ministries. Our friend Sean Feucht and members of Bethel Music will lead us into the Presence of God through anointed and passionate worship.

“Our prayer is for ever-increasing outpourings of the Holy Spirit upon the Church in South Africa with a resultant revival of the saints and a reformation of society. The harvest is ready, it’s time for believers to be empowered to step into the fields, to release Heaven on Earth,” say the hosts.

The conference will take place at Christian Family Church International in Atlas Road, Kempton Park. Tickets can be purchased at iTickets.

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