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Bless Wales Conference
In 1904, a mighty outpouring of the Spirit swept the nation of Wales. In that year, a hundred thousand souls were pilfered from hell and ushered into His glorious kingdom. Stadiums and bars were emptied; churches were packed to the brim as “grace and love like mighty rivers, poured incessant from above”.

The afterglow of this revival was to be felt decades after. One would not have imagined that this move of God would overflow the banks of Wales, spilling over into many nations around the world.

Without fear of exaggeration, it is God’s purpose for Wales to be revived and through her, the nations of the world may be blessed again. With deep groanings only the Spirit could supply, the battle cry for revival resounds yet again in this nation: “Do it again, Lord!”

It is one thing to hear about revival, but another to usher one in and stand in the vortex of His glory.

From the 27-29 May 2019, we will be hosting BLESS WALES, a 3-day conference held in the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. The conference will feature well-known speakers like Dr. Heidi Baker, Dutch Sheets and Dr. Sam Matthews. For the worship segment, we have The Sound of Wales worship band and Dr. David Hathaway will be leading the prayer meetings for revival in the afternoon sessions.

Our heart’s cry is for God to stir us again into the destiny of Wales. We are believing for all to have God-encounters in this conference, to have life-transforming and empowering
experiences in Christ and His word.

We believe God for mighty breakthroughs in these meetings, to catalyse a fresh move of the Spirit in the land. Come join us from the 27th to the 29th of May.

The early bird registration fee of £30 is still available till the end of February.

DAY MEETINGS             £50 / £30 early bird rate
NIGHT MEETINGS         Free admission

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