School of the Prophets

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Why this School of the Prophets?
-Pastor Dean

When I was saved in May 1989, I was fortunate to have crossed path with people who introduced early in my Christian life great teachings in the area of the prophetic. John Paul Jackson and the late Dr. John White were some of those who I gleaned from. John Paul's early publications were called "Streams of Shiloh."

I got to meet John Paul last year while in Canada and I thanked him for the blessing he imparted to me. The Lord used his early writings to lay the prophetic foundation on which He would build upon as I grew in my leadership. We both had a good laugh about the things we did in those very early days of the prophetic. Yes times have changed in the prophetic culture! Since then I have longed for a quality curriculum which would do the same in todays growing prophetic community of upcoming "Prophets."

I believe I have finally found the material I have longed for to help develop the prophetic gift in people which is both informative, balanced, and relevant for our times. I believe Bethel's material on the prophetic is possibly one of the best out in training today. I am excited and honored to announce LMI will be hosting "The School of the Prophets" with Kris Vallotton and Dano McCollam on November 18-20 at Unified.. .

Dano McCollam is on the leadership team with Dave Crone and Graham Cooke at The Missions in Vacaville, CA.

Kris Vallotton is on staff with Bill Johnson and Danny Silk at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Kris is the senior executive leader and founded Bethel's School of Supernatural Ministry. We are especially blessed to have them both for this school. Click here to read more about Kris.

Registration will include a Bethel School's Manual on the Prophetic, and two books, "The Supernatural Ways of Royalty," and "Heavy Rain." Heavy Rain is authored by Kris and has been recently released. The registration fee is $225.00.

We will have three sessions: 9:30 am, 1:30 pm, and 7 pm beginning November 18-20.

Who should attend The School of the Prophets?

  • I would encourage everyone who is interested in developing in the prophetic and understanding more about this vital ministry in the church.
  • It is also for those in leadership who have pastoral oversight of this area.
  • It is also for those who want to develop a prophetic culture in your fellowship.
  • It has something for everyone.
  • It is as much about leadership as it about the prophetic gift and office.

Registration Information:

  • Register by clicking the button below.
  • We do have very limited seats. So reserve your seat early.
  • Registration closes on November 4th or once we are filled.
  • No refunds after Nov. 4th.

School of the Prophets Registration:

Registration is now closed.  There will be no registration at the door. 

See Pastor Paul's endorsement below…

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  1. Senior Pastor Paul Lucas’ Endorsement
    Jesus Christ Hope of the Nations
    I've had the pleasure to experience Bethel School of Prophets in 2008 & 2009.  I'm going to step out and say this is probably the best school covering prophetic ministry under an apostolic covering.  It has helped us lay the foundation for our prophetic ministry in our church.  Kris Vallotton does an excellent job of covering a vast range of subjects essential to understanding prophecy, prophets and prophetic ministry under an apostolic covering.  This school will break mindsets of old school prophets and prophetic ministry.  It will empower, bring freedom and propel people into their destinies.  This is one school that you won't want to miss.  You don't have to be a prophet or currently have the prophetic gift to benefit from attending this school.  Anyone who attends will be blessed and will walk away receiving many times more than what they paid for by attending this school.  As an added bonus, Dan McCollum will be partnering with Kris Vallotton.  Dan McCollum does a incredible job sharing his insights on prophetic ministry.

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