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South Norfolk church to stage prophetic conference 

Hope Community Church Wymondham will welcome Phil Wilthew, author of the acclaimed book Developing Prophetic Culture, as the key speaker at their next Hope Academy Big Event.

The prophetic conference, on Saturday June 16, is an opportunity to dig deeper into understanding more about the prophetic in a Bible honouring and Jesus centred way. 
Phil Wilthew leads a dynamic prophetic team at the rapidly-growing Kings Arms Church in Bedford, where the prophetic is foundational to all that they do and regular signs and wonders take place. In this conference Phil will help unlock some of the keys to building environments that develop prophets and prophetic people. 
Grantley Watkins, elder at Hope Community Church sais: "Hearing God's voice for ourselves and others is our spiritual birthright and I know no one better than Phil Wilthew and his team to enable others to grow in the prophetic and to equip churches to develop a powerful prophetic culture."
The prophetic conference will take place from 9am - 4pm on Saturday June 16 at Hope Community Church, The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham NR19 0QJ. 
Tickets are available online for £25 by clicking here. Please bring your own packed lunch and drinks will be provided throughout the day. 


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