KINGDOM PRAYER CONFERENCE
Kingdom Prayer Conference
March 27 -29, 2020
Time for an "I" Exam
CONFERENCE SUMMARY: Am “I” satisfied with my prayer life? Even the most mature believers recognize their need for "I”mprovement and one of the best methods for doing that is examining scriptural prayers and using them as a model. “I” need to cultivate my habit of communing with God until it becomes a
Learn about the 2020 keynote speakers
March 27 @ 7 PM
Apostle Tucker and his wife are the co-founders of LWT Ministries: “Lord We Trust”. They are answering the call of God by establishing a multi-faceted ministry that is based of two assignments God has given us. To accept the mantle (the ministry) He has called us to, the Apostolic calling. “To perfect the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ” – Eph. 4:11. Which leads us into the second assignment of Unity in Christ Jesus.
The marriage of Lance and Wanda to one another took place on October 8, 1978. The following year in April of 1979, they became married to Jesus Christ when they accepted Him as their Lord and Savior.
Their desire is and has always been to do the will of God; to be living examples of His word; to be faithful stewards of God.
After spending 37 years in ministry in California, their assignment is now in the Dallas-Fort Worth Texas area; working in ministry as God leads them.
God has blessed them with four wonderful children, three awesome grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. All in whom they are extremely proud of.
Saturday, March 28 @ 9 AM
Born on October 23, 1966, in Miami, Florida, Norman Isaac Harris was born the first out of three sons to Odean Whitehead. He was raised in church and began his relationship with the Lord at an early age.
In December 1991, he acknowledged his call into the Gospel Ministry and was licensed to preach in November 1992. Under the leadership of Pastor Kelvin Franklin. He became the director of the Tinker AFB Gospel Choir and also became a member of GAMMA (Gospel Artists and Music Ministers Association).
He left the Gospel Service in 1995 to serve under then, Pastor, Robert D. Taylor at Restoration Community Church where he served as the Pastor’s assistant, associate director for the choir, youth minister, trustee board member and coordinator for the instrumentalists. He co-hosted “Saturday Morning Raptunes”, a Christian rap with a world-wide audience.
Norman enlisted in the Air Force on July 18, 1984, and retired on 31 Jul 2009 after serving for 25 years. He met the love of his life, Tracy Denise Guthery on 11 August 1988 and they were married September 14th, 1989. They have one son, Johari, and one daughter, Alexis.
After retiring from the USAF, he has since returned to Oklahoma and to Restoration Community Church and in 2013 became an ordained elder under Bishop Taylor. Pastor Norm Harris currently serves as an Associate Pastor, Church Elder, Church Advisor, Men’s Fellowship Facilitator, Worship Ministry Liaison and Praise Team Advisor for Restoration Community Church and has recently accepted the charge to become a FAMI Elder.
Born and raised in Baltimore, MD. As a child he attended First Christian Community Baptist Church was he was baptized in the family of the Lord. Upon graduation from high school, he entered the United States Air Force.
During his tenture in the Air Force he was assigned to varies locations such as, Idaho, Japan, South Korea, San Antonio, and Virginia.
Each assignment he remained active in the ministry. He held ministry positions such as pastor’s personal assistant, armourbearer, usher, choir member, single’s leader, Sunday School teacher, and men ministry. All these positions prepared him for the calling that God had placed on his life as Prophet.
While continue seeking the face of God to develop his calling into the prophetic, he met and married the love of his life, Tenisha Smith. This was the best thing that happened to him while on assignment in Okinawa.
Elder Gale is the husband of one wife, Tenisha and to this union God has blessed them with three little girls, Tianna who is 9, Tori who is 5, and Baby Gale who the Lord decided to bring home to be with Him.
Elder Gale holds a Bachelors of Religion Degree with a minor in History from Liberty University and currently pursuing his Masters in Management and Leadership degree from Webster University.
Elder Glenda Dozier started her early life years in the Palmetto State (South Carolina) in the Capital City of Columbia.
In 1990 in hopes of leaving a bad relationship and a life of substance abuse, she took a leap of faith packing her 3 kids with only $50 to her name and caught a bus across the country to the North Pacific State of Washington. While in Washington Glenda began the process of creating a new life for her and her 3 kids. She surrendered her life to the Lord in 1993. She started attending Last Days Ministry Church, and later she started teaching Sunday school classes. Several years later the Lord called her to do the work of a Missionary. While there, she took an opportunity and volunteered for 13 yrs. at the Washington State Correctional Facility for Women. It was there she found her calling and passion by sharing her testimony with women and helping them to heal from past tragedies and realizing their worth, and ultimately seeing them transform from victims to a victorious life. She's had the opportunity to witness several women released from prison and become successful in society.
In 2012, Glenda decided to be closer to her mom packing up once again moving to the State of Colorado where she currently resides. She visited several churches, and after she was invited to a Women of Hope Conference in 2013, (hosted by Pastor Sonya Baker) she heard the Lord speak to her to join Powerhouse Christian Fellowship. While serving she did whatever she could to help the ministry. In October 2016, Glenda was ordained an Elder by Bishop Stephen Baker and has been ministering to the congregation since then. Glenda says one of her favorite scriptures in the Bible is ;
Romans 1: 16, For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ , for it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew and also to the Greek.
J’Ana Adkins, originally from Omaha, Nebraska, resides with her parents in San Antonio, Texas. She works with an affiliate of AmeriCorps working in a school under the San Antonio Independent School District. She works with students in schools with their attendance, behavior, and English Language Arts coursework. She’s served in Kingdom Assembly Worship Center for seven years in the ministry of music, and children’s/youth ministry. J’Ana hopes to continue to do the will of God wherever she is sent.