On Nov. 28th, Sunday morning, Jeremy Kinneburgh will be sharing a message at Harbourview Church on listening prayer, inner healing, and attentiveness to the Holy Spirit These themes connect well with the series provided by Cam and Tom in their study the Book of Acts.

Sunday evening, Jeremy will lead a smaller group in the practice of listening prayer then will walk us through various applications of it.  You are invited to attend this smaller group. This is an equipping opportunity, an opportunity to develop and enhance our skills in a foundational element of Christian living and effective ministry.

The Nov. 28th evening session will be held at the Harbourview Church Ministry Centre, starting at 7 p.m.

Please R.S.V.P to Bill Standeven if you are able to attend or if you have any questions. Space is limited. Bill may be reached by email: Bill@harbourviewchurch.com

About Jeremy

“God is always speaking! He wants us to be able to hear from Him for our daily lives and for the lives of those around us. Hearing God is central to our discipleship journey as followers of Jesus Christ. If we want to grow in our faith it is critical that we learn how to hear God speak in the different ways that He is speaking to us. There are many reasons why we may not hear God speak at times, and there are things that can limit our ability and awareness of His voice in our lives. As we remove these hindrances and learn to recognize His voice we will hear Him speak. At the evening session, Rev. Jeremy Kinniburgh of Threshold Initiatives will teach on hearing God and listening prayer and give practical opportunities for those in attendance to tune their spiritual ears into the voice of God.”Rev. Jeremy R. Kinniburgh

Rev. Jeremy R. Kinniburgh is the co-founder and a partner of Threshold Initiatives, an organization that exists for “equipping transformational living.” Jeremy is married to Carmen and Dad to Aria and Roscoe. He is an ordained pastor in the Alliance Denomination, a Certified Coach Practitioner and a business owner.





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