“Master,” Simon replied, “we have worked hard all night without catching anything. But because You say so, I will let down the nets.” When they had done so, they caught such a large number of fish that their nets began to tear. So they signaled to their partners in the other boat to come and help them, and they came and filled both boats so full that they began to sink. Luke 5:5-7 BSB
Are you ready for a billion soul harvest?
Can you feel the waters stirring? A fresh wave of intimacy with Jesus is sweeping over His Church, believers are experiencing the Holy Spirits’ power and it is overflowing into the streets. Something is happening! Evangelism seems easier as divine encounters play out with the lost.
As our national challenges have increased so have the hunger levels for God. God has His eyes on HIS Harvest, do you?
Just as Peter preached at Pentecost, and as the Prophet Joel, foretold, “in the last days, God will pour out His Spirit on ALL FLESH.” Signs and wonders will increase exponentially and all who call on the name of the Lord will be saved.
We long for stadiums and churches to be filled with new believers. However a billion souls… they will not contain.
As followers of Jesus, we must be ready for the harvest. The nets will surely BREAK! The reality is our facilities will not accommodate a billion new members. And that’s not how Jesus designed it to work anyway!
We need to get back to a Biblical model for discipleship, evangelism, and church culture. The Church in Acts wasn’t a building and ministry was not for the few…it was a priesthood of believers; lovers of Jesus who ministered to God and to one another. The lost had power encounters, were converted, baptized, and thrust into presence-based communities.
These new communities are popping up like spring flowers after an unprecedented wave of social and political pressures upon The Church. Just as Jesus declared, “The Gates of Hell, shall not prevail!”
Christianity is a lifestyle, not a meeting. We are all meant to engage and participate in the Great Commission lest we make it the Great Omission! It’s time to get going! Let’s get our eyes off the bad news and let’s focus on what God is doing!
The Master is calling…it’s time to let down our nets
Netbreakers is a gathering designed to retool you with a simple evangelism and disciple-making model. You will get sparked with a fresh passion to be used by the Holy Spirit and given the tools to cultivate a presence-based community where ever you are. We will examine the principles and practices t
Netbreakers topics include:
- Prophetic Evangelism
- Healing & Deliverance
- Therefore Go…Finding The Man of Peace
- Bride & The Priesthood
- On Earth, As It Is In Heaven
- Gateway Principle
- Evangelism Role Play
- Practical Outreach
- Equipping The Saints
- The New Covenant Dream
- A Society of Friends
- The Wineskin
- Presence-Based Community
- The Homestead Farm
- Working Together in Community
- Encounter & Impartation
This gathering involves instruction, personal ministry times, off-base outreach, and hands-on applications. Daily there will be worship, community meals, and lots of time for laughs and making new friends. Be prepared for current outdoor weather and activities. There will be optional time to participate in base service projects with CRI Staff and attendees all as you get immersed in a presence-based, missional community.
The Watch begins at 5 pm on Friday, May 28. We begin with a love-feast dinner, followed by special teaching and worship, and then an all-night prayer-watch to seek the Lord for awakening and outpouring of The Spirit (optional).
This event will sell-out, so to all our friends, make sure to sign-up soon!
Conference Cost: $199 per person
Lodging Cost*: For an additional fee of $70 per person for a total of four nights in a shared cabin or use of our RV parking. (For this option your registration & lodging would be $269 total.) Tent camping is also available for $50 per person for a total of four nights. (For this option your registration & lodging would be $249 total.) *Offsite lodging is available within a 20-30 minute drive.
Meals: All meals are lovingly prepared and served to you at no charge. Food allergies are accommodated.
Arrival: Wednesday, May 26 between 1-5 pm.
Departure: Saturday, May 29 after 9 pm, no later than Sunday, May 30 at 10 am.
Airport shuttle available upon request.
Registration is open for ages 12 and up.
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Jon Quesenberry is a worship leader, church planter, and prophetic teacher. He is the pastor of the Dwelling Place Christian Community and the director of the Charlottesville House of Prayer in Charlottesville Virginia. Jon is the author of “Presence-Based Community”, which is about being the church rather than going to church. It is a life-producing recording of focus and priority for how to be the people of God based on the Bible. Jon has been in Christian ministry since 1997 and has a Masters of Divinity degree from Eastern Mennonite Seminary. He is married to Carol, his wife of 37 years, and has four children and three grandchildren. Jon’s passion is the pursuit of the presence of God and the cultivation of presence-based community.
Brendan Riordan has a prophetic calling to restore a remnant church to resemble the church in the book of Acts. When believers live in a loving community with evangelism and discipleship at their core, then the Lord moves in miraculous ways, bringing healing, new life, and revival.
A homestead farm community with a home church is an ideal base to live out this Christian life in preparation for the Lord’s return.
Brendan and Dawn have co- labored in ministry for over 30 years. Brendan as a pastor/farmer and Dawn as a women’s teacher and homemaker. Their three children were homeschooled and continued to Christian colleges and are now beginning their own Christian families.
With a background in the motion picture industry, Sean Malone moved back to New York just two days before the 9/11 attacks. There he provided emergency lighting for search and rescue operations. A few years later, Paramount Pictures sent him to New Orleans just a few days before Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans; thrusting him into major relief operations once again. In 2007, he launched Crisis Response International (CRI) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Since then, CRI has trained nearly ten thousand volunteer responders and full-time crisis response missionaries, mobilizing them to the worst crisis and disaster situations around the world.