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A word from our campus president ...
Our Spring 2014 module of the College of Prayer-North Carolina Campus addresses a topic that impacts many families in the body of Christ. âPraying our Prodigals Homeâ will be taught by Dr. James Banks of Durham, April 3-5 in High Point, N.C. at Laurel University.
Much could be said about our presenter. He is a pastor, church-planter, part time seminary professor and father. Suffice it to say that Dr. Banks has chosen to align himself with The 6:4 Fellowship along with other key spiritual leaders in America who have chosen âto give ourselves to prayer and the ministry of the Word.â
James is not only the author of 3 books on prayer but he sees his ministry as helping others learn how to pray. Twenty-five years of pastoral ministry and his experience as a parent enable him to speak from his heart about the challenges many face and the Fatherâs power to answer our prayers.
This promises to be one of our most important modules as many of us need to be encouraged about family members and equipped to persevere in prayer until our loved ones are restored to the love of the Father. But before that, we ourselves need to experience a fresh encounter with Christ. Register today and join us April 3-5!
Christ is all!
President, College of Prayer - North Carolina Campus
Why come to a College of Prayer event?
- Relevant Teaching. We feature some the foremost prayer and revival leaders from around the world includ-ing David Bryant, Alice Smith, Os Hillman, Richard Owen Roberts, H.B. London, Terry Teykl, and others.
- Genuine Relationships. At every Module, we meet in GAP (Growth, Accountability, and Prayer) Groups where we discuss the material with brothers and sisters of like-passion.
- Practical Application. One-third of our time at every Module is spent in prayer and worship leading us toward a fresh encounter with God.