By John Crumpton
In just over three week’s time thousands of believers will gather in Johannesburg for the Kingdom Come 2020 conference featuring speakers Bill Johnson and Shawn Bolz and worship leaders Sean Feucht and Bethany Wohrle.
The prophetic sense is that this is a very timely gathering for South Africa as we launch into another decade. A generation ago, in the first week of 1980, 10 000 believers gathered in Johannesburg for the SA Renewal Conference under the theme “Come Holy Spirit”. The convenor of that historic event, Derek Crumpton, recalls that thousands of people received the baptism in the Holy Spirit and their lives were never the same. Many churches sprang up all over the country in response to the new thing that God was doing — the outpouring of new wine.
Watch video below of Bethel Music’s Bethany Wohrle singing Victory Is Yours. She is in the worship lineup at Kingdom Come SA
Now, this year as people gather from across the nation for the 3rd time under the Kingdom Come banner, co-host and convener John Crumpton is fully convinced that many people will be significantly marked for greater things in the advance of the Kingdom. Having personally been in several conferences where Shawn Bolz has ministered in the prophetic with such accuracy and humility, he is confident of God’s voice coming through powerfully for our nation in these desperate times.
“In one meeting I was in, Shawn Bolz through a word of knowledge, called out an unlisted address and unlisted phone number which belonged to Bishop Joseph Garlington, besides some other very accurate personal information about his family. The atmosphere was electric and released faith for us to receive what Father was wanting to say to us all.
“If ever there was a time for our nation to receive a significant prophetic word it is now! We stand on the threshold not just of a new decade, but on the enormous possibility of the Kingdom advancing while everything else around us is shaking.”
The return of apostolic figure Bill Johnson is another privilege for us as a nation. The revelatory preaching about the Kingdom of God is profound and in deep need among many churches and believers.
Delegates will enjoy being in the Presence of the Lord with worship being led by various anointed and gifted worship leaders. Sean Feucht, a favourite leader from Bethel Church, returns once again to our shores. He brings with him Chris and Bethany Wohrle who are prominent Bethel Music worship leaders. We also have local worship leaders in Langa Mbonambi of We Will Worship, Pieter McKarthy, and Grant and Bernice Clifton.
In other breaking news, Heinz Winckler the first winner of the South African Idols Competition will be joining the lineup of anointed ministers serving us at Kingdom Come SA 2020.
This is a very special occasion for the Body of Christ. Co-host of the event, Moss Ntlha says “the anticipation of God doing something fresh among us is palpable.”
Seats are still available through iTickets.co.za and those interested in attending need to act quickly to ensure they can get in.