What Leaders Say About IPMI

 

Dr. Myles Munroe, President, Bahamas Faith Ministries International

“IPMI is a vital and strategic contributor to this generation’s responsibility for impacting the world with the Kingdom of God through the ministry of prayer. It is the highest order of spiritual work on earth.”

 

Rev. Dr. Mac Pier, President, New York City Leadership Training Center

Rev. Dr. Mac Pier“I am excited about the work of IPMI and its efforts to connect leaders for strategic intercession.  Rev. Newton Gabbidon and his board have done a tremendous job of stimulating prayer in their congregations.  I have participated in the past two Annual Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposiums and they have been a powerful spiritual experience.”

Mrs.  Geneive Brown Metzger, Former Consul General of Jamaica, New York

“I am pleased to, once again, join with Intercessory Prayer Ministry International (IPMI) and to pledge my support for the upcoming Day of Prayer and Fasting for Jamaica on Monday, August 2, 2010. These are indeed very challenging times for our nation as we continue to grapple with the diverse and critical issues for which we must seek Divine intervention. It is therefore heartening to know that IMPI continues to lead the way in mobilizing the Jamaican Diaspora in this fashion. Prayer is certainly an imperative and must be the first ammunition in the arsenal in our war against crime, economic adversity and social decay. Indeed, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.”

Sir Patrick Allen, Governor  General of Jamaica

“For the past seven (7) years, the Intercessory Prayer Ministry International has organized a day of prayer and fasting as they seek Divine aid and intervention in the affairs of Jamaica and the world. Coming together in this fashion speaks to the strength of the Christian community and the relevance and strength that prayer and fasting still have in this contemporary society…I am encouraged by your willingness to share and openly discuss actions, experiences and challenges. Working together across borders in this way to address the most pressing issues facing our society is the hallmark for prosperity.”

Rev. Richard Brockway, Former Senior Pastor, Hempstead Assembly of God Church, New York

Rev. Richard Brockway“I am grateful for the encouragement and support that IPMI, through programs like the School of Prayer, has brought to the continued growth and renewal of our church. Several years ago after concluding the IPMI Twenty-one Days of Prayer and Fasting, we decided to add the Thursday morning prayer meeting which has benefited our congregation as well as those in our community. We thank Rev. Newton Gabbidon for coming along side us in the task of training leaders for the harvest. It has been our privilege to see the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst. To God be the Glory!”

Rev. Dr. H. Dennis Campbell, Former Senior Pastor, Rehoboth Open Bible Church, New York City

Rev. Dr. H. D. Campbell “Rehoboth Open Bible Church has hosted the annual School of Prayer for a number of years. The school is such an important part of our ministry that it is now a fixture on the calendar. We now speak of it as “our” school, with “guest presenters” from IPMI. It is a joy to have presenters who have spent time in the study coming to a biblical understanding of the matter of prayer. They come schooled with good stuff with which to educate us. It is also a joy to know that these people have also given themselves to the manner and practice of prayer, so they come as fervent practitioners of prayer, leading the school in prayer, with the heart, in spirit and in truth. The school helps the church as individuals grow in their understanding and practice of prayer and as they apply it to the church’s prayer ministry.”

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