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Equipping Believers event set at House of Prayer

Teaching believers how to hear the voice of God is the focus of the next Equipping Believers seminar given by Brian Fenimore. The event is set for Saturday, March 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at House of Prayer Church, 3020 Rosewood Lane Southeast i...

Teaching believers how to hear the voice of God is the focus of the next Equipping Believers seminar given by Brian Fenimore. The event is set for Saturday, March 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at House of Prayer Church, 3020 Rosewood Lane Southeast in Alexandria.

Fenimore is the founder of Plumbline Ministries. He travels throughout the country conducting seminars on the prophetic, hearing God's voice and developing vision and purpose for the Christian life. He also teaches at the Plumbline Training Center in Kansas City, Missouri and is part of the New Day Fellowship. He serves as the director of the School for the Prophetic throughout the U.S.

Pastors Lynndene Way and Pete Reishus host the seminars, which are sponsored by House of Prayer Church, New Testament Church and the Healing Rooms of Alexandria.

Pre-registration is not required and there is no cost to attend. A freewill offering will be received for Fenimore's ministry.

For information, contact New Testament at (320) 762-2444 or House of Prayer at 762-0828.

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