National Prophetic Gathering Celebrates Bishop Bill Hamon’s 70 Years of Ministry

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BYLINE: Jared Laskey

Apostles and prophets from different streams of the apostolic and prophetic movements celebrated Bishop Bill Hamon’s 70th year in ministry as they gathered from across the nation for two days in Waxahachie, Texas, highlighting the ways he impacted their lives and ministries. Led by Elizabeth Tim Fook of International Young Prophets in collaboration with Freedom Fellowship International, the National Apostles and Prophets Roundtable and Conference on Mar. 12-13 culminated in the celebration of Hamon’s 70th year of ministry.

On Mar. 13, attendees heard from from Ana Werner, Rabbi Curt Landry, Dr. Mark Chironna, Ché Ahn, Chuck D. Pierce, John Kelly, Dan McCollam, Kim Bangs and many others. Healing rooms were open for prayer with Joan Hunter Ministries with hospitality provided by Freedom Fellowship International. Panel discussions from four generations of apostles and prophets allowed leaders to share biblical truth and revelational insights, with powerful worship and impartation.

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“Evidently God has more for you to do,” Pierce told Hamon. “You keep going; we’ll keep following. There will not be one word that you have spoken that we will let fall to the ground. Let’s thank God for that.

Demontae Edmonds of Destiny 4 the Nations said, “It was a wonderful experience to be a part of the celebration of 70 years of ministry for such a pioneer and general in the faith. Dr. Bill Hamon has been a forerunner as an author, speaker and apostolic leader that has been used mightily by God to raise up emerging prophetic voices globally. His impact on humanity can only truly be recorded by heaven. The spirit of unity present was a true testament to a new era of leaders working together for the furtherance of the gospel.

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