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Norfolk chance to learn about prophets and apostles 

Robin Jegede-Brimson, Convenor of the Inter Prophetic Alliance, will be speaking at the next meeting of Heartbeat Ministries, in Poringland near Norwich, on Friday February 23.

Robin, who also leads the Inter-Prophetic and Apostolic Alliance, will be speaking on “The Office of the Prophet and Apostle in 2018”.
The Inter Prophetic Alliance is a relational group of leaders emphasising love for and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. Robin also formed the Community of Prophets at his home church of Whitstable Tabernacle.
Heartbeat Ministries is a prophetic Bible-based ministry provoking ‘burning ones’ with a passion for Jesus, holiness and supernatural lifestyle.
Team leader David Cairns said: “We aim to support and complement the work of local churches and we join with them and other groups for street evangelism, prayer, worship and healing events. 
“Our regular monthly meeting is a safe and relaxed place to practice hearing from God and saying what we hear and see. We encourage all the gifts of the Holy Spirit. This is done through biblical teaching and workshops, normally preceded by prophetic worship to the Lord Jesus – in summary we help people connect with heaven.”
The meeting will take place at Poringland Community Centre, Overton Way, NR14 7WB (behind Budgens). Meet at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Pictured above is Robin Jegede-Brimson.

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