Blessing Generations Seminar

Blessing Generations Seminar

Lifetree Hospitality Room

time 6:00 pm

January 26, 2018

Message from Tim & Victoria Troughton – Blessing Generations Facilitators:

We first attended a Family Foundations seminar back in 2007 and were greatly impacted by the teaching and ministry.
Craig Hill is an anointed teacher, making much sense of the subject of blessing and relationships. We found personal breakthrough in the small groups and were able to understand the power of blessing and how it dramatically affects people’s lives. Many of our friends also attended seminars and experienced healing in their families, marriages and relationships.
In 2014 we went to Kona, Hawai’i to train to be Coordinators for the ministry, under national directors Neil & Annette Campbell. We have since helped run seminars in Creston, Cranbrook, Vancouver, Calgary and Victoria.
Lifetree church hosted a Blessing Generations Seminar back in October, and we are excited to help run the same one again on Friday evening Jan 26th, and Saturday 27th day. This is the most foundational of all the seminars run by FFI.
The teaching by Craig is in DVD format, and the ministry is in small groups.
The ministry groups have 8-10 people, and are run by two facilitators.
The style of ministry is listening prayer, as the facilitators encourage people to listen to the Holy Spirit as the Wonderful Counsellor.
Sometimes people ask can they come to just part of the seminar.
We don’t recommend this, partly because the teaching builds on itself, also because people may share some personal things in the ministry groups. As trust is built within the groups, it can be disruptive for people to come and go.
In this seminar, amongst other things, there is teaching on the seven critical times of blessing, the comparison of blessing and cursing, how generational iniquity can operate and the importance of identity and destiny.
We would encourage everyone to prayerfully consider taking Blessing Generations.
Bless you all!
Tim & Victoria

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January 26th  6-10pm

January 27th  9am-6pm