Conference: Oct. 24-26, 2017 Kansas City, MO, Convention Center – (3 days / 9am-10pm): Round table discussion, worship, prayer, and impartation.
Celebrating A Year of Destiny
“I in them and You in Me – so that they may be brought to complete unity.“ John 17:23 Honoring the Significance of 2017 for the Church Internationally:
40 year anniversary of the Ecumenical Charismatic Conference in Kansas City (1977)
500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (1517)
50 year anniversary of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (1967)
50 year anniversary of the Messianic Movement (1967)
In October 2017, there will be an historic meeting of leaders from Catholic, Protestant & Orthodox Churches. This year is a year of destiny. We believe that GOD is calling His people to unity in Christ, as Jesus prayed in John 17. “…so the world would believe that GOD sent His Son.“ This unity is not about doctrines, but on spiritual unity, recognizing the contributions of each diverse group, the hope of which can bring healing and revival to the nation!
Panel discussions and dialogue promoting understanding and respect between Christian traditions, and discussions of ways to work together.
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo is the archbishop of Galveston-Houston and pastor to its 1.3 million Catholics (& 4+ million non-Catholics). He requests each of us to deeply internalize the meaning of every human person.
Kenneth Copeland is known worldwide as a speaker, author, television minister and recording artist. A household name, his ministry specializes in biblical teaching that focuses on faith, love, healing, prosperity and restoration.
Ché is an author, international speaker and the founder and president of Harvest International Ministry (in 60+ nations), Harvest Apostolic Center (HAC), and a founding pastor of HRock Church, and Chancellor of the Wagner Leadership Institute.
John Arnott is a founding pastor, speaker, and author. The church came to the world’s attention (The “Toronto Blessing”). John is known for his teachings on the Father’s love, power, grace and forgiveness.
Mike Bickle is a Christian leader, author, pastor and educator, who is often best known for his leadership of the International House of Prayer Kansas City and the founder of IHOP KC University. Mike has devoted his life to understanding and practicing the principles and power of prayer.
Stacey & Wesley
Wesley and Stacey Campbell have been in ministry together for over 35 years. They are the founders of Be A Hero, a mercy organization for children at risk and work in coalition with other mercy organizations focused on rescuing orphans, those trapped in the sex trade industry and child soldiers.
Lou Engle is a revivalist, visionary, and co-founder of TheCall solemn assemblies. His passion has been to call believers into radical consecration through prayer, fasting, and acts of justice.
IHOP Worship: Misty
Misty Edwards has been a worship leader and songwriter at the International House of Prayer Kansas City since its inception in September 1999, and currently serves on the leadership team.
Bishop Robert is a global voice for unity in the Body of Christ. His heart’s cry is the prayer of Jesus in John 17, that followers of Jesus may be one, and so proclaim the message of the Gospel in the power of His glory.
Gordon Robertson is the CEO of CBN, executive producer of Superbook, an Emmy nominated animation series, viewed by over 200 million children across 90 countries in 50 languages. Yale graduate, Juris Doctor degree from Washington and Lee University.
Professor Matteo Calisi is an international speaker to renown educational institutions and religious events. He is the founder of United In Christ, Founder of the Community of Jesus and Co-President of the Italian Charismatic Consultation.
Bruno Ierullo is a Christian Leader, International Speaker, Pastor. He is a pastor of Catch the Fire, Vice-President of United in Christ. His focus is Unity and Reconciliation.
On June 24, 2014, Saint Jean Baptiste Day, annually celebrated in Canada we also celebrate what took place at Palazzo Santa Marta, Vatican City where invited guests gathered at Pope Francis’s private residence
The meeting in Toronto focused on The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification and the idea of Reconciled Diversity in the Body of Christ.
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Kansas City Convention Center Directions
From Lenexa and Overland Park, Kansas
Take I-35 north to downtown KC/Broadway exit. Turn left (north) on Broadway Boulevard and follow Broadway Boulevard northbound to 12th Street. Turn right on 12th Street and follow 12th Street eastbound to Wyandotte Street (approximately 2 blocks). Turn right on Wyandotte Street and the entrance to the Barney Allis Plaza Parking Garage is on the immediate right before the intersection of 13th and Wyandotte Street.
From North Kansas City
Take I-29 south over the Broadway Bridge. Continue south on Broadway Boulevard to 12th Street. Turn left (east) onto 12th Street and follow 12th Street eastbound to Wyandotte Street (approximately 2 blocks). Turn right on Wyandotte Street and the entrance to the Barney Allis Plaza Parking Garage is on the immediate right before the intersection of 13th and Wyandotte Street.
From Kansas City, Kansas
Take I-70 east to Broadway Boulevard exit. Turn right (south) onto Broadway Boulevard. Proceed to 12th Street, turn left and follow 12th Street eastbound to Wyandotte Street. (approximately 2 blocks). Turn right on Wyandotte Street.
The Barney Allis Parking Garage is located before the intersection of 13th and Wyandotte Street.
From the Country Club Plaza
Go north on Main Street to 13th Street. Turn left (west) on 13th Street and drive approximately 2 blocks to Wyandotte Street. Turn right on Wyandotte Street. The parking garage will be on the immediate left side of the street before the intersection of 12th and Wyandotte Street.
301 West 13th Street, Suite 100
Kansas City, MO 64105