A place to come home | A place to find that you belong, that you are accepted | A place to find that
His strength is perfected in your weakness | A place of rest
During the school you will be introduced to the full perspective of the revelation of Father's love.
Through revelatory insight and sound biblical teaching told through the lives of those that minister you will be exposed to a transforming message of Love, Life and Hope.
You will be given the opportunity to remove the main blockages to receiving Father's love and discover your heart as a true son and as a daughter.
Jesus had the heart of a son to his Father. He lived in the presence of the love of the Father.
Johns Gospel tells us that everything that He said and did was what He saw and heard His Father doing.
Jesus invites us to enter that world as brothers and sisters of Him the first born.
As we open our hearts Father pours His love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit. In a heart transformed by His love, true and lasting change can occur. After years of striving and performance many are finally finding a place of rest.
When James and Denise Jordan first pioneered these schools, they found this format to be the most suitable. The basis of receiving this revelation is through the heart, and time is needed for God to remove these blockages that are keeping us from continuously experiencing His fathering towards us.
|To give an opportunity to you to have a personal major experience of the love that God the Father has for you.
||To give the strongest Biblical understanding possible of the place of the Father in the Christian life and walk.|
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You were made for the environment of His love for you.
During the schools many lifetime friendships are formed. All schools will be led by recognised Fatherheart Ministries Team Leaders.
All sessions which run from morning to evening and must be attended. Every participant of an 'A' school will receive a complementary copy of the book Sonship by James Jordan.
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