Kingdom Advance Ministries Advances into Auckland

From March 22 – 24 Kingdom Advance Ministries will be hosting meetings in Auckland. This ministry comes alongside the local
church to nurture the working of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers.
Canadian Mark Banyard is founder and director of Kingdom Advance Ministries, and will be speaking at the meetings. Mark has
travelled extensively over the last 5 years ministering to the church in the anointing and power of the Holy Spirit. He first visited
New Zealand in 1995 with John Arnott of Toronto for the Catch the Fire conference in Auckland. Mark and his family are now
based in New Zealand, and his ministry regularly takes him to Japan and the countries of South East Asia.
Part of KAM’s vision is to see the Kingdom advanced through church planting. They are currently involved in new works in Japan.
Although this country has been known as one of the most difficult areas in which to share the Gospel message of Jesus Christ,
Mark observes from recent ministry trips that this is changing. “The people are hungry to hear the word of God, and I have seen
God move powerfully. In nearly every meeting in Japan, Japanese people come forward to give their hearts to Jesus.”
Concerning church planting strategies Mark shared, “Prayer is our strategy! As we’ve prayed in several countries we’ve met others
who join us in our sense of calling to be involved in the vision of church planting in Japan.”
Mark brings a message that challenges both young and old to respond to the call of the Spirit to embrace their destiny and purpose
in God.
Associated with Kingdom Advance Ministries is New Zealander Jack Stradwick from Grace Power Ministries. Jack will also be
speaking at the Auckland meetings.
For more information contact Barry Kirkley at (09) 836-9001 or e-mail barry.k@kam.org.nz.

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