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Thursday
07
JUN

Spiritual Things

19:00
23:00
Seattle Revival Center
Event organized by Seattle Revival Center

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Spiritual Things Conference

Featuring:
Jamie Galloway
John Thomas
Darren Stott

No Registration Fee: Freewill Offerings Received


About Jamie Galloway:
Jamie Galloway carries a revival message that imparts a lifestyle of the supernatural. After receiving a powerful encounter with God, Jamie immediately began an incredible journey into the supernatural. During this time, God began using Jamie in some very unusual ways while giving him a love for the word of God, and a rich level of communion with Jesus.

Jamie has a broad ministry experience from planting churches to speaking at stadium events in Brazil. He is a sought after conference speaker and has authored several books including, Supernatural Revolution.

Currently, Jamie is involved in various media projects that highlight the supernatural move of the Holy Spirit. He has been featured in the fast paced documentary, Holy Ghost demonstrating on the street Holy Spirit encounters accompanied by the message of the gospel.


About John Thomas:
John Thomas was radically saved out of the drug culture in 1996. Personally mentored by John Paul Jackson, he's been on staff with or have worked alongside Streams Ministries since 2004. John pastored The Bridge Metrowest (planted by John Paul) for five years before he stepped out into full-time itinerant ministry. After John Paul passed away, John began to work more closely with the Streams leadership team and in 2016 was asked to become the president of Streams Ministries.

With his background as a pastor and a minister in various settings around the world, John has a unique perspective on prophetic ministry and the global Body of Christ. He desires to see the Church rise up in her authority and in the full power of the Holy Spirit, and his passion for God’s heart undergirds everything he does. He wants to help the Bride of Christ respond with fervent devotion to the One who called her.

John co-authored The Art of Praying the Scriptures: A Fresh Look at Lectio Divina with John Paul Jackson and has also written courses on prophetic ministry, dream interpretation, and the Kingdom of God. As president of Streams Ministries, he ministers internationally to help restore the awe of God to a world that has lost its wonder. He and Dawna live outside of Dallas, Texas.


About Darren Stott:
Darren Stott is a Pastor, Author, and Founder of Supernaturalist Ministries. Darren was awarded the Dennis Yarnell Inspiration Award for outstanding contribution to the City of Newcastle in 2016 and has been featured in several prominent publications including Charisma Magazine, Renton Reporter, The Religion News Service and Evening Magazine. Darren began to flex his ministerial muscles at the age of 27 when he became the Lead Pastor at Seattle Revival Center; a church he has served now for 9 years. In 2016 he released his first book titled Pattern Interrupt: Dismantle Defeat, Overcome Ordinary, and become a Rumbler. Today, he has helped thousands of people with spiritual and practical guidance through pastoring, public speaking, online courses, consulting, and mentoring. Darren’s holds a Bachelor’s of Arts specializing in Bible & Theology from Global University. By blending his education and many experiences, he has the aptness to help people deconstruct their incorrect framework of God. He engages people in reconstructing a healthy theology and opportunity for divine encounters that lead to personal and spiritual growth. Darren’s greatest joy is his lovely wife, Andrea, and three beautiful kids: Abigail, Peter, and Sophia. His call is to inspire joy and passion in the lives of others. He has given his life to serving people and helping them face difficult issues such as overcoming negative experiences, shame-based behaviors, patterns of abuse, burnout, spiritual pressure, isolation and poor communication.