Prayer Encounter Seminar
A Prayer Encounter is a blend of worship, teaching, ministry, prayer, and fellowship.
Seminar Schedule options:
Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Keynote events scheduled on request
Seminar Fee: To be determined with Dr. Teykl pre-event.
Travel Cost: Includes all travel cost for speaker.
Our vision is to see Jesus magnified and to see the Church build bridges between denominations, promote racial healing and seek to love the hurting and disenfranchised. We believe that when prayer and evangelism are reunited that the Church will emerge as a powerful force for reclaiming the land and setting the captives free.
“Prayer should primarily be spent on the lost world.” – Terry Teykl.
Contact Terry Teykl at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281.352.1190
|The Encounter: A Blueprint for the House of Prayer||Praying Grace||The Presence Based Church||How To Pray After You’ve Kicked the Dog||Divine Strongholds|
|Blueprint is our primary curriculum for seminars. It covers a wide range of topics including personal prayer, prayer evangelism and building prayer ministry in the local church. This 140 page workbook will be the syllabus for your prayer event. Lessons from the other seminar topics are included in this workbook.||Praying Grace is designed to teach people to pray for the needs of others. It is vital when organizing prayer as a ministry time in the church, but will also equip those in attendance to be comfortable enough to pray for others whenever prayer is needed.||A prayer based church invites the presence of God. This seminar promises to change the way we ‘do’ church. Powerful insights into what makes a church alive, and fulfilling the great commission, or just marking time.||A study on personal prayer that uncovers common myths concerning prayer. Learn about your personal prayer temperament and how to pray more effectively.||Explore how prayer can capture every thought and mold them to the mind of Chirst, tear down carnal strongholds and invite the Holy Spirit to move freely in our life and in our church.|