Divine Healing Ministries has two exciting services coming up at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, in November and will be also be involved in a united Day of Prayer in Downpatrick open to all denominations.
He became famous for smuggling Bibles into the Soviet Union and has also worked with Holocaust survivors in Israel. David has recently testified to a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit at a recent prayer meeting in Westminster Central Hall and feels that God has inspired him with a powerful sense of direction for the coming days, leading up to a spiritual re-awakening in Britain.
On Monday November 26 at 8pm, Divine Healing Ministries will be working with Release International to support the Persecuted Church with a service in St Anne’s.
The speaker will be the Most Rev Dr Ben Kwashi. Archbishop Ben is well-known for faithfully serving persecuted Christians in Plateau State, central Nigeria. A powerful speaker, he will be sharing his experience from Nigeria at various venues around the UK in late November.
Divine Healing Ministries Director Fergus McMorrow said: “We are really looking forward to these three special events in November. David Hathaway will speak into the situation we face as Christians in United Kingdom at this time and is a Spirit-filled evangelist. The Day of Prayer in Downpatrick follows other very successful days of prayer throughout the province and the unity in the churches in Downpatrick will add a special blessing.
“We are tremendously excited to be working with Release International on the service for the Persecuted Church at St Anne’s on November 26. We will be praying for a real outpouring of the Spirit. This is a great opportunity to hear from someone who is literally on God’s front-line in Nigeria.”