We are in a day when God is speaking to His Global Church. At the same time, the earth is gripped by unprecedented challenges.
Social, economic, political, ethical and leadership crisis are shaking organizations, countries and entire regions. Many believers are searching for solutions and crying out for answers.
This empowering one-day seminar will present a practical, present-truth look at what God is doing in the earth today, to strengthen the Body of Christ and mature His Church in our day.
Thousands of leaders around the world have attended this seminar and it is now arriving in North America.
It is time for the release of energy and grace from God in every dimension of life - personal, family and church. It is time for the light of God to arise and shine!
Come be edified and equipped to develop strong leaders and effective churches!
Date: Saturday, September 18th, 2017
Venue: Hilton New York, JFK Airport, 144-02 135th Avenue, Jamaica NY, 11436
For further information please contact us on: (347) 612-5909 | (646) 232-6270 | (718) 659-0200.
ABOUT DR. NOEL WOODROFFE
Dr. Noel Woodroffe is the Founder and President of Congress WBN (C-WBN) and the Kingdom Community Network (KCN), a global apostolic network of more than 12,000 church communities in over 105 nations.
He is also the Senior Elder of Elijah Centre, a church community with headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago and centers in over 10 cities around the world. For over three decades, Dr. Woodroffe has been building and strengthening church leaders and ministering to the Body of Christ.
ABOUT CONGRESS WBN
Congress WBN is a global, faith-based organisation committed to implementing God's purpose. With primary bases in Trinidad and Tobago and London, UK, Congress WBN’s diverse global operations are based on values such as integrity, humility, leadership through servant -hood, excellence and achievement through sacrifice. Membership spans global networks of professional groups, educational institutions, businesses, churches, individual national leaders and university students. Its activities span a range of values-based national and human development initiatives in over 100 nations.