Roar of revival expected at international ‘Breakthrough’ prayer gathering in PE
Repentance, revival, unity and healing of the land will be in focus at the “Breakthrough” prayer gathering in Port Elizabeth from Thursday August 9 to Sunday August 12, say hosts Arthur and Michelle Coetzee.
City leaders, churches and intercessors are invited to join intercessors and prophets from around South Africa and the world at the event at Cape Recife High School, in Admiralty Way, Summerstrand, say the Coetzees who are passionate about inspiring and equipping churches in SA to participate in strategic 24/7 prayer initiatives.
International speakers at the gathering are Jeanne Lee of Global Prophetic Ministries in Singapore, who will talk on “Rebuilding Nations”, Suzy Bushra from Alexandria, Egypt who will share on “Revival Fire from Cape to Cairo, Jerusalem and the Nations”, and Joel Legrand from Brussels, Belgium, who will share a testimony on “Prayer in the Economy Gate”.
From Port Elizabeth, Pastor Joan Keeling, prayer coordinator for Transformation Christian Network will talk on “Arise and Shine”.
Other highlights will include teaching and equipping on praying 24/7 for the eight gates of society.
Michelle Coetzee said this week she had got a word from the Lord for the prayer gathering — “The Lion of Zion roars from Port Elizabeth.”
Psalm 2:4 — He who sits in the Heavens laughs, the Lord has them in derision
( and in supreme contempt He mocks them) — Amplified Bible
“The sound that will be released will break sound barriers. Come ready with shofars and release the sound of revival,” she said.
More information is available from Arthur and Michelle Coetzee ( 083 727 9182, 060 303 7947, 072 582 2050, email@example.com ), Pastor Joan Keeling (084 766 2270), Pastor Sabelo Stuurman (064 726 1708) and Apostle Donovan Swarts (072 506 2159).
Click here to view a pamphlet about the Breakthrough prayer gathering.
The event will run from 7pm to 9.30pm on Thursday August 9, and from 9am to 9pm on Friday August 10 and Saturday August 11. The Sunday session will be for leaders of the 24/7 prayer movement.