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A Word from Dan Slade

Hi all our Partners and Friends, It has been so good to see so many of you at our various conferences and retreats over the last few months.  We are continuing to celebrate our 20th anniversary as many of our UK and European leaders gather in London,UK this week. PIH has come a long way … Continued

Digging the Well Deeper

Whilst attending the PIH gathering in May 2016 The Lord dropped something into my heart. I was talking with my husband over the telephone and he was giving me an update on some problems that were occurring with the well at our home in South Carolina.  Dramatically, there was dark gray water pouring out of … Continued

On The Run: A Book Review

‘On The Run’ by Steve and Sandra Long was not quite what I was expecting. I have known Steve and Sandra for the majority of  my life – I met them when I was eight years old. I have had the privilege of growing up with them and being under their leadership while I was … Continued

The Apostolic Heart – What Makes It Tick?

When I think about explaining the roles of apostles, apostolic ministry, “the apostolic” or however you might say it, there is a particular question that comes to mind. For me, the vital question is this: What makes an apostle tick? Or what is in the heart of an apostle? It is logical to pinpoint apostolic … Continued

Global Apostolic Nature of Partners In Harvest

Dear Partners and Friends, It was good to see many of you in September at our PIH annual gathering.  What a spiritual feast we had with our team as well as visitors like Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland and Marcus Lamb.  I hope you were able to attend got filled up and ready to go again … Continued

Marriage and Trees

There is something profound and moving when an aged and mature tree is felled by human hands. When a tree dies of old age, or even a storm, it feels different – somehow ‘part of the order of things’. Yet, the premature felling of trees in scripture is often a motif for judgement, calamity or … Continued

The Times We Live In

Dear Partners and Friends, Our world is facing massive challenges these days, especially for Christians in the Middle East, Africa and now North America.  Many of us are reeling by the recent US Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage nation-wide.  Although that has been the law in Canada for almost 10 years, with corresponding limiting … Continued

Operation ILSOM: Reaching Every State of Mexico in 2016

Several years ago, I was ministering on a short term trip in Ciudad Juarez in the northern part of Mexico.  The city had become famous (or infamous) throughout Mexico and the United States.  Rival gangs and drug cartels fought each other and recruited jobless, fatherless youth to fight their wars, giving them guns and some … Continued

A Leader’s Confidence

Hi all our partners and friends, i hope spring has sprung in your area. Here in Toronto we are still shivering but we can always hope… I have been meditating recently on a leader’s confidence and how it is often shaken. For our family newsletter this month rather than writing a full expanded article, i … Continued

Unity In Diversity

On June 24, 2014, Saint Jean Baptiste Day, annually celebrated in Canada we also celebrate what took place at Palazzo Santa Marta, Vatican City where invited guests gathered at Pope Francis’s private residence. Guest include John and Carol Arnott (Founders of Catch The Fire), Kenneth Copeland (Founder of KCM Ministries), James Robison (Founder of Life … Continued

Pain Evangelism

Robert and Kathie Fetveit are the Executive Directors of Elijah House. Pain Evangelism: meeting people in their pain and employing sound biblical principles to lead them to healing in every area–spiritual, physical, emotional, relational–and to salvation. An oft-repeated criticism of inner healing is that it is all about helping Christians feel better about themselves and others … Continued

Inner Healing: “HUGE” Key to World Evangelism

Robert and Kathie Fetveit are the Executive Directors of Elijah House. Many years ago, while working as missionaries in Japan, Kathie and I began to question why our ministry and the ministries of many others more anointed and qualified than us, were not more fruitful. There were few converts, and within a short time many often … Continued

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