join us at the 2019 ignite conference.
February 7-9, 2019 in atlanta, ga.
Why should you attend iGNITE?
- Ignite your prayer life.
- Discover the character, promises, and power revealed in the names of God.
- Experience powerful times of corporate worship.
- Be empowered by the Holy Spirit to love and minister to those around you.
- Go deeper than ever before in your personal and corporate prayer life.
- Be refreshed and renewed.
What should you expect at iGNITE?
- Prayer and Worship - We encounter God.
- Instruction - We receive life-giving biblical teaching.
- Interaction - We discuss truth with each other and foster life-long relationships.
- Healing & Prayer Rooms - We will have prayer rooms available for personal ministry.
1:00 PM Check-in/Registration Opens (Please check-in no later than 1:50 PM. Lunch is NOT provided.)
2:00 PM-4:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
4:00 PM-4:30 PM ~ Break
4:30 PM-5:45 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
6:00 PM-7:00 PM ~ Dinner Break (dinner included)
7:15 PM-9:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
8:15 AM ~ Doors Open
9:00 AM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
12:00 PM ~ Lunch Break (lunch included)
1:30 PM-3:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
3:00 PM-3:30 PM ~ Break
3:30 PM-5:30 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
5:45 PM-7:00 PM ~ Dinner Break (dinner included)
7:15 PM-9:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, and Prayer
8:15 AM ~ Doors Open
9:00 AM-12:00 PM ~ Worship, Teaching, & Impartation
12:00 PM ~ Close
Speakers & Facilitators
Rev. Fred Hartley pastors Lilburn Alliance Church in metro-Atlanta, where he has served for over 25 years. LAC continues to play a vital role in the region in bringing many different nations together in prayer and worship. Fred founded the College of Prayer International in 1997, and has ministered all over the world. A prolific writer, Fred has written over 20 books including Prayer on Fire, God on Fire, Church on Fire, and his most recent, The Seven Wounds of Christ.
Rev. Don Young is the Pioneer Director for the College of Prayer International. As such, Don works closely with our President and Regional Directors to oversee all current and developing campuses. Don and his wife Marlen have been involved with the College of Prayer International since its inception in 1997. Throughout his years with our ministry, Don has been a facilitator, Board Member, teacher, Regional Director, and now our Pioneer Director. The Young's were formerly missionaries in West Africa for 15 years and have traveled and ministered in more than 40 countries. They have served with other ministries and as President of a Bible College. Revival prayer is their passion and they continue to teach worldwide.
Rev. Jon Mitchell has an amazing spirit, heart, and passion for the Kingdom of God and he desires to see lives ignited by the manifest presence of Christ. For over 7 years now he has served as the Executive Director of the College of Prayer International, a ministry dedicated to mentoring, training, and equipping hundreds of thousands of Christian pastors and church leaders to reach a lost world through a revived church. He spends his time giving oversight to the growth, traction to the vision, and traveling extensively to stir revival and teach on prayer wherever he goes. Jon loves spending time with his wife and three little girls and is passionate about watching the Alabama Crimson Tide beat other teams in football.
Rev. Theo Burakeye mobilizes church leaders throughout Africa where he serves as a strategic coworker with One Mission Society and as Regional Director for Southern Africa for College of Prayer International. He regularly helps pastors develop a vision for church planting and his passion is to see spiritually maturing and multiplying churches in every African village. Theo was born in Goma, DRC and now resides with his wife and two daughters in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Rev. Wes Hilliard is Lead Pastor of Heritage Church in Van Buren, AR where he has spent the last 17 years. For 30 years he also served with the military as a cadet, field artillery officer, and a chaplain. This has taken him around the world and exposed him to many life-changing encounters. Wes retired in February 2015 as the Joint Forces Headquarters Staff Chaplain and the Senior Army Command Chaplain for the Arkansas National Guard. He has a passion to see the Church of Jesus Christ thrive with power, vitality, emotional health, and life-changing zeal. Wes wants to make the presence of Jesus real to our world and believes, "If Jesus and the early church did it, so should we!"
Arpi Karakashian loves Jesus and her delight is to share His love with others! She is a speaker, bible study leader, and lay counselor. She has studied Pastoral Counseling and served trauma survivors in her local community in Jordan. Arpi hosts the Elayka Ubakkir (Early Will I Seek You) online devotional program. For over 12 years, she hosted More Precious Than Pearls, an Arab women's talk show which has reached 25 million viewers and broadcast throughout the Middle East. She provides deep spiritual insight to her viewers. Arpi was also a member of the Servant Leadership Team of the College of Prayer in Jordan. She loves her husband of 37 years and enjoys spending time with her three children, their spouses, and her four grandchildren!
Individual Rate: $125 - Includes materials, meals* & snacks.
Spouse Add-On Rate: $80 - Includes materials, meals* & snacks.
Group Rate: $115 - For groups registering 5 or more at the same time. Includes materials, meals* & snacks. This option is only available for online registration.
Evening's Only Rate: $50 - For those who can only attend evening sessions and Saturday. Includes materials & dinners on Thursday and Friday, as well as attendance Saturday.
*See schedule for included meals.
Please note that no individual audio and/or video recording of sessions is allowed. If you would like to order CD's or download MP3's, they will be available after the event for purchase on our resources page and during the last day of iGNITE.
Please note that iGNITE will be a God-encountering gathering designed to facilitate maximum impact for attendees. Therefore, we will not be offering childcare for any ages. Please plan accordingly.
Lilburn Alliance Church
5915 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Tucker, GA 30084
This year we have negotiated a great rate of $79 per night at Country Inn and Suites in historic Stone Mountain/Lilburn area (within 6 miles of Lilburn Alliance Church). That rate is good for a room with two queen beds or one king bed. Each room also has a microwave and mini-fridge. Your stay at this beautiful hotel includes a breakfast buffet, WiFi and workout center. Hotel contact information:
Country Inn and Suites
1852 Rockbridge Rd. SW
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
Click here for hotel website
Please make your reservations directly with the hotel and be sure to ask for the College of Prayer Group Rate. Reservations must be made by January 26, 2019.
If you are flying in for the event, you should plan to arrive by Thursday morning no later than 12:30 PM. Registration for iGNITE will open at 1 PM on Thursday with the first session beginning at 2 PM. For departure, your flight should leave no earlier than 3:00 PM on Saturday. If you need shuttle service, please see the schedule below before booking your flights. If you are flying, there are several options for reaching the event venue:Airport Shuttle Service
Round-trip shuttle service will be available from and to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for $10 per person. However, a shuttle will only be available for the following pick-up and drop-off times. There will be no exceptions, so if you need our shuttle service, you should schedule your flight itineraries according to the pick-up and drop-off times below. You will be able to schedule shuttle service during your online registration process.
Arrivals: Shuttle will pick-up on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 12:15 PM. This means you should plan a flight that arrives no later than 11:30 AM. Your driver will meet you in the North Baggage Claim at door N-5 and be holding a sign with a College of Prayer logo. If you arrive at the South Terminal, you will need to walk over to the North Terminal Baggage Claim.Daily Shuttle Service
Departures: Shuttle will leave Lilburn Alliance Church for the airport on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 12:30 PM (after final session). It takes roughly 50 minutes to get to the airport. You will be dropped off at the North Terminal. Please plan your departure flight accordingly.
Daily shuttle service will be provided for those staying at Country Inn & Suites, our contracted hotel:
Pick-up: Friday and Saturday mornings at 8:00 AM.Other Convenient Transportation Options
Drop-off: Thursday and Friday evenings after the final session (around 9:15 PM).
MARTA: You can catch the MARTA (Atlanta's Mass Transit System) train at the airport near baggage claim. You will take the Gold Line to the Doraville Station (about 45 minutes) where you can arrange a taxi to pick you up. The cost for MARTA is $5 per trip. Click here for a map and instructions on riding MARTA.
Taxis/Uber/Lyft: If you choose to take a taxi from the airport, it will cost around $70 one way. There will be taxi's waiting outside of baggage claim. We suggest instead you use Uber or Lyft, which is usually around $40 one way.
Car Rental: There are numerous car rental options at the airport, including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz and National.