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Living as Sons and Daughters

A weekend conference in Kyle of Lochalsh designed to encourage a deeper relationship as a son or daughter of the Father who loves His children.

 

24 - 26 September, 2010

Lochalsh Christian Fellowship

Station Road, Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8AE


Cost: Adults £30; Students/Retired £22

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David Johnson, 03/09/2010

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David and Heather Johnson (Guest) 05/09/2010 18:45
I just want to remind you of our 6th Annual Conference at the Lighthouse Centre in Kyle on September 24-26. That’s now just 3 weeks away.

This year Steve Hepden from Lancaster is our guest speaker and sharing the ministry with Heather and me. He carries a powerful anointing for healing and the prophetic and has been used of God around the world for many years. His vast experience will be very meaningful for all who attend.

We’re delighted to have Peter McDermott joining with us to lead worship for many of the sessions over the weekend. So there is a wonderful blend of local ministry and the international! Please tell others about the event.

We have delegates attending from Ireland, Holland, England and Scotland but there’s room for more hungry souls!
Margaret Stanfield (Guest) 19/09/2010 10:02
Hi David,

I can not wait for this years conference. Last year I was transformed again by the love that my Heavenly Father has revealed to me. Every time I come there is more to see and more to change in my heart. I am grateful for your commitment to bless others in all that you have received from the one who holds us all together in love. So...if anyone needs some encouragement to come over to Kyle and is just thinking about coming, if you can...just book!!

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