We have the opportunity to support, coach and consult many different leaders as well as sit on various ministry councils and lead in others. Your support to Watchmen Arise International helps fund our ability to do this Kingdom work. The following list are projects we are working on and raising funds for. If you would like to partner with us in this valuable Kingdom work, click the donate button below:
February 5 2018: Our Money, Our Banks, Our Country: Money Creation in the Modern Economy
Conference Originator and Host: Uli Kortsch (The Statesmen Project)
Switzerland is the most prominent semi-direct democracy today, with regularly occurring, publicly initiated and then binding referenda. In 2018, a referendum will be held to change the national constitution mandating a change in the monetary/banking system into a
(Vollgeld). Although this has been studied for decades, no jurisdiction has yet taken action. The purpose of the conference is to examine this topic from all viewpoints and create a discussion among global experts as to the impact of this change in today’s economic environment.
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Richard and Kimberly have been asked to intercede for this conference and feel we are to be there as prayer support for Uli. $1,000 in travel expenses is still needed to fully fund our "boots on the ground" assignment in Switzerland for this conference that has the potential to change the world wide economy.
February 25-26, 2018: Strategic Prayer Apostolic Network Annual Conference
Becca & Greg Greenwood
Richard and Kimberly serve on the apostolic leadership team for the Strategic Prayer Action Network (SPAN). SPAN is a prayer organization, called to train and relationally network believers in strategic-level spiritual warfare and mobilize initiatives for cities, states, regions and nations to see the kingdom of God released and transformation in all realms of society.
The annual conference is free for SPAN members. Non-members can attend for $25.00 If you are interested in going, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about SPAN here