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Conference seeks to ignite move of God in King’s Lynn 

Revival 300 King’s Lynn, a movement seeking to encourage 300 Christians of all denominations to pray for revival in the West Norfolk town, is hosting a two day conference this November to spark spiritual revival.

On the weekend of November 18-19, Revival 300 King’s Lynn are hosting a conference based on the theme, “Go in this your might” from Judges 6:14, with the author and preacher David Holdaway.

George Kanayo, one the conference organisers, said: “The aim of this conference is to inspire personal revival of spiritual lives that will ignite a fire that will transform families and communities.  If you are passionate about God’s revival in King’s Lynn join us to ignite this fire to experience the move of God.”

David Holdaway, an Elim Minister based in South Wales who has written over 20 books will be speaking at the conference.

David has a heart and passion for revival and encouraging people to seek personal and national revival. He and his wife, Jan, are on the leadership team of Love Wales, a ministry to re-evangelize Wales. He has also served as the Principal of the Bible College of Wales in Swansea.

Revival 300 King's Lynn was founded by The King’s Glory Church in King’s Lynn earlier this year.  It was inspired by God’s encounter with Gideon in Judges 7 where God used only 300 people to deliver the children of Israel from the Midianites so that they could not boast that their own strength had saved them. 
George said: “The number 300 is the seed number from which the revival will start and afterwards their sharing of the testimonies of God's power will continuously add to the number.”

The conference will take place at The King’s Glory Church venue in the Fairstead Community Centre on Saturday, November 18, 2pm-4.30pm and on Sunday, November 19, 10.30am-12.30pm.
The conference is free, but you can sign up to the movement or find out more by phoning The King’s Glory Church on 01553 600 036 or emailing revival300kl@gmail.com.  There is also a Facebook page at @300KingsLynn.

The King's Glory Church, Fairstead Community Centre, Fairstead Estate, King’s Lynn, PE30 4SR

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