The Word of God was clear and consistent throughout the seminar, and from all the speakers. We are not yet ready for what is ahead and need to clearly see what THE great need of the hour is for every believer of Jesus Christ, so that we can stand strong and shine brightly in the days ahead.
The MP3 recordings and notes are available for download, and see what those who attended have to say about how they were impacted by the seminar.
SEMINAR RECORDINGS AND NOTES
|Session||Title and Speaker||Click to download|
|1||Strengthening What Has Become Weak
|2||Having a Deep and Authentic Relationship with God
|3||Prophetic Dream on the Finest Generation
I’m very grateful to God for these timely messages, especially the first session’s about God tenderly beckoning us to respond by realigning with His heart. Indeed, we are not ready for what is to come, and we have to be intentional in our preparation for what is to come. A very serious but necessary truth that needs to be heard and responded to.
- Jane Zhou, Renewal Christian Church
This is my first time attending a ‘Great Need of the Hour’ seminar, and also my first time hearing Pastor Kay-Chong share. He brings a message that the wider Body of Christ needs to hear, even if it may not be as popular – preparation for the coming of the Lord and a greater awareness to be awake for what is going on in our world. Pastor Jess Shao put many things in perspective for me as well – it is better to live in sobriety NOW than regret in the future.
- Gillian Hu, Cornerstone Community Church
The seminar showed me the importance of walking in deep reality with God everyday, and fully knowing my Abba Father and His love. With that as my core identity, it will free me from being caught up in temporal earthly fears and worries..
- Angie Ng, Hakka Methodist Church
What impacted me through this seminar is that victory is available and attainable if I prepare myself according to God’s plans. Things will not get better but as the child of God I can grow stronger, burn hotter and shine brighter than I used to for my Father in heaven..
- Fanny Kaizen, GBI Manhop Church
I had a few pressing thoughts on my heart as I went to this seminar to hear my Father’s heart afresh again: firstly, that we are living in uncertain times more than ever before has created a deep questioning and searching of what the real great need of the hour is for me as a believer. Secondly, what is God’s priority for our lives in this hour? Is it merely chasing the multiplicity and seemingly endless church programs that so easily consumes us.
Two things like twin engines struck out at my heart during the seminar – authenticity and holiness. Authenticity in our relationship with God will then lead to authenticity with men. We also need to come in deep humility understanding that our God is a uniquely holy God and our cry to Him in this hour should be to show us, fill us, possess us with uncompromising steadfastness for holiness that is without shame and condemnation.
I felt compelled once again of the great need to build history with God and build deep because this is what’s going to enable me to stand in the hour of testing to come.
- Allan Phua, Vision Church
Isaiah 60:1-2 gives us a glimpse of where our generation is heading as we are racing towards the End-of-the-Age. Darkness will increase in a measure that we have never seen before, yet God promises that there will be an unprecedented increase of light and glory in the Church of Jesus Christ.
What is the great need of the hour? A people of God who are real, deep and authentic!
Join us for this special seminar to hear what the Spirit is saying to the Church.
1. Being Real, Deep and Authentic
2. Called to Holiness
3. “If My people…”
IHOP – One Thing Ministries, Singapore
Kay-Chong is director of International House of Prayer – One Thing Ministries in Singapore, a ministry of prayer with worship in the spirit of the Tabernacle of David. He has served the LORD as a pastor among the youths and young adults for 15 years in one of the local churches in Singapore.
In 2002, the Lord gave him a new mandate to establish a 24/7 House of Prayer in the spirit of the Tabernacle of David, to be His voice in calling believers into intimacy with God and to proclaim the message of the forerunners in these Last Days. Since then, he has been ministering and proclaiming these messages in Singapore and in various countries in Asia. He has an intense desire to see others grow in the knowledge of Christ and understand what is on God’s heart for a unique time like this.
Kaohsiung House of Prayer, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Van is director and music worship instructor at the Kaohsiung House of Prayer in Taiwan. He has a vision to raise up a holy generation that would respond to the heartbeat of the missions and prayer movement, to set up 24/7 prayer altars amongst the nations to prepare the way for the return of Jesus and to bring the gospel to the nations with the love of Christ. After serving at IHOP – Atlanta for some time, he returned to Taiwan to set up a House of Prayer.
His ministry focus is to introduce the Church to the Bridal paradigm of the Kingdom, awaken God’s people to walk in the reality of the end-time prayer movement and prepare God’s people to become true worshippers and lovers of His Word. He is committed to living a lifestyle of intimacy with God, holiness, generous offering and persistent prayer.
All Nations House of Prayer, Tainan, Taiwan
Jess and Alice Shao have been in full-time ministry since 1999. They have served as pastors in the context of English Ministries within the Chinese Church in the United States. Jess and his wife, Alice, moved from California to Kansas City in March 2008 along with their children, Abigail, Moses, Josiah and Nehemiah in response to the clear leading of the Lord.
In June of 2008 they were appointed to lead the Chinese Ministry at IHOP – Kansas City. They moved to Tainan, Taiwan in 2014 to continue ministry in Asia. Both Jess and Alice share a passion to see Chinese Christians worldwide experience the depths of the Father’s love and to walk in deep partnership with Jesus as His eternal beloved bride. They long to be used of the Lord to prepare the Church for the return of Jesus.