Winds Of Worship w United Pursuit & Rick Pino
Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 7:00 PM - Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 10:00 PM (EDT)
Wilmington Prayer Furnace presents Winds Of Worship in Wilmington, NC this October 11th-13th with United Pursuit and Rick Pino
Join us for three days of worship and intimacy as we bask in the Father’s love strategy for the earth and gather in response to the winds of God blowing across our region and nation.
This year’s focus is worship and intimacy with God and the awaking of a generation to the extravagant love of God.
Guest speakers include Kirk Bennett from IHOP-KC, Timothy Carr from the Prayer Furnace, Steven Mattis from Myrlte Grove Pres. and others.
Registration is free. Simply complete the online registration above.
Questions / Information Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE INFO ON WORSHIP LEADERS & SPEAKERS:
Rick Pino - Rick Pino is the founder of Fire Rain Ministries, a “voice crying out” ministry who for the past 7 years has been calling people to lives of radical love, radical holiness, and radical devotion to Jesus. His music is known for being militant, joyful, intimate, and prophetic. Rick is also the co-founder of “Fire on the Altar” regional worship events, which are 50-hour gatherings of non-stop worship in the heart of the tabernacle of David. During these gatherings there is only one agenda: to bring the Lord an offering of unbroken love. Currently, Rick and his wife Lindsey live in Dallas, TX with their daughter Zoey.
United Pursuit – A musical collective bound together by friendship, united in vision, and living together in community…United Pursuit defies today’s worship genre norms, always reaching for more . Their sound is diverse as their members, ranging from soaring worship anthems to powerful ballads, mixed in with folk influences and even a bit of gospel soul. What started as a dream, now has found its expression in a destiny-driven group of friends spanning this nation. Band member Nathan Fray states their purpose clearly: “Our mission is to create a culture of worship and of hosting God’s presence, all centered around community living. It’s in this place of God’s life-giving presence that our songs are born and we pray will stir the heart of a generation to love Jesus and pursue Him with everything. This is our united pursuit.”
Kirk Bennett - A longtime senior leader among the IHOP-KC community, husband to Dee, father & grandfather, Kirk Bennett puts much of the heart and soul into 7Thunders. His tenure includes such postings as Director of Prophetic Ministry at IHOP-KC, Director of the former Zadok House of Prayer &, Vice President in IHOP-KC overseeing the Justice Division which facilitates a variety of ministry initiatives & departments on the missions base.
Timothy Carr - Timothy is the father of ten children with his wife Lauree. Together they have traveled in ministry for many years nationally and abroad. The Carr family history is founded in worship and intimacy, they long as a people for the habitation of God among the body of Christ. Their desire is to see the Glory of God manifested among family's and young adults.Together they currently serve as the Directors of the Wilmington Prayer Furnace and the Joshua Academy . They live and have their home Wilmington, N.C.
Steven J. Mattis - The Lord led Steve and his family to Wilmington, North Carolina in 1981. He was associate pastor at Myrtle Grove (EPC) for five years. After ten years, in 1991, Steve planted and pastored the Vineyard in Wilmington. In 2009, Steve was called back to Myrtle Grove as their Senior Pastor. His greatest desire is the see the body and bride of Christ come into maturity, walk in unity and be captivated by the revelation of the Father’s love.
Scott Beauchamp - A dynamic preacher, Scott is committed to a vision of raising up whole hearted lovers of God who walk in deep revelation of Christ & who are equipped to pray & to prophesy, calling forth a generation into total abandonment to God. He is also Senior Pastor of Forerunner Christian Fellowship in Springfield & director of the Springfield House of Prayer.