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Like clay in the hand of the potter, so are you

in my hand, O House of Israel.

Jeremiah 18:6

33rd Annual Lutheran Conference on the Holy Spirit August 4-7, 2004

M o t e l I n f o r m a t i o n

Cty Rd. D


Cty Rd. C2

Official video tapes,

audio tapes, and still photographs

are taken at this conference. Your

participation constitutes permission

to use your picture or voice on

video, audio, in still photographs, or

on our website.

You may order 2004 Conference

audio and videotapes by

contacting Resurrection Tapes.

Phone: 612-721-7933

Toll-free: 888-809-0267

E-mail: resurrection@usfamily.net

C O N F E R E N C E I N F O R M A T I O N :

651-490-1517, ext. 13

Print a brochure at:

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Identify yourself

as a Lutheran

Holy Spirit


attendee as you

make your


1. Hilton – Shoreview



694 & Lexington

$99.00 plus tax

shuttle available Wed.-Fri.

3. Super 8 – Arden Hills



Lexington Ave. & Red Fox

$55.00 plus tax

free continental breakfast

5. Country Inn – Roseville


Snelling and Cty Rd. C2

$85.50 plus tax

free continental breakfast

7. Days Inn – Moundsview



35W & Hwy. 10

$55.95 - $69.95 plus tax

free continental breakfast

9. Radisson – Roseville



Cleveland & County Rd. C

$79.00 plus tax

shuttle available

2. Hampton Inn – Shoreview



694 & Lexington Ave.

$89.00 plus tax

free continental breakfast

shuttle available Wed.-Fri.

4. Days Inn – Roseville



2550 Cleveland Ave. N.

35W & County Rd. C

$49.00 plus tax

free continental breakfast

6. Holiday Inn – Arden Hills



County Road E and Lexington

$79.00 plus tax

shuttle available

8. AmericInn – Moundsview



35W & Hwy. 10

$92.00 plus tax

full breakfast included

shuttle available

10. Courtyard Marriott

– Roseville



35W & Cty. Rd. D

$99.00 plus tax

shuttle available to the church

Register early! Please notice that six of the motels will provide free

shuttle service to and from the Conference. Please call the motel in

advance to make shuttle arrangements.

Note: There will be NO bus service between the motels and the conference

site, nor between the airport and the conference site.

In a large house there are articles not only

of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay;

some are for noble purposes and some for

ignoble. If a person cleanses himself from

the latter, he will be an instrument for noble

purposes, made holy, useful to the Master

and prepared to do any good work.

II Timothy 2:20

S p e a k e r s

C. Peter Wagner is the

founding president of Global

Harvest Ministries, a ministry

that brings together prayer networks for

the purpose of focusing prayer power on

world evangelism. He is also one of the

co-founders of the World Prayer Center

in Colorado Springs. In addition, he is

chancellor of Wagner Leadership Institute.

Peter and Doris Wagner were missionaries to Bolivia from 1956 to

1971, and Dr. Wagner has served as Professor of Church Growth

at Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Mission since

1971. He is the author and/or editor of over 60 published books.

He and his wife, Doris, have three children and eight grandchildren

and make their home in Colorado Springs. Visit his ministry

at: www. globalharvest.org.

Bob Sorge served for thirteen years as senior

pastor of Zion Fellowship in Canadaigua, NY.

He currently bases his writing and traveling

ministry in Kansas City, MO where he lives

with his wife, Marci, and three children. Bob

has written numerous books including Exploring

Worship, The Fire of Delayed Answers, and

Secrets of the Secret Place. To learn more about

Bob’s ministry, please visit his website: www.


R.T. Kendall, born and raised in Kentucky,

is well-known internationally as a

speaker, teacher, and author of over forty

books including God Meant It For Good,

and Total Forgiveness. He is one of the

best-known leaders in the UK having been

the senior pastor at Westminster Chapel in

We have this treasure in jars of clay to

show that this all-surpassing power is

from God and not from us.

We are hard pressed on every side, but not

crushed; perplexed, but not in despair;

persecuted, but not abandoned;

struck down, but not destroyed.

II Corinthians 4:6-10

London, England for twenty-five years. In 2002 R.T. moved to

Florida and expected to enjoy a quiet retirement. However, since

moving back to the States, his ministry has exploded. Visit his

website at: www.rtkendallministries.com.

John Paul Jackson is the founder of

Streams Ministries International, an outreach

that endeavors to encourage, motivate, and

equip individuals to walk in greater maturity,

wisdom, character, and holiness. A popular

teacher and conference speaker, John Paul

travels around the world teaching on “The

Art of Hearing God,” on dreams and visions,

and on the realm of the supernatural. He has authored many

books including Needless Casualties of War, and Moments with God

Dream Journal. He served as senior pastor of two churches and

has also served on the pastoral staff at the Anaheim, CA Vineyard

(with John Wimber) and at Metro Christian Fellowship in Kansas

City, MO (with Mike Bickle). John Paul moved his ministry

headquarters to New Hampshire in the summer of 2001. His

website: www.streamsministries.com.

Carol Greenwood loves walking and

praying along the beaches of Puget Sound in

Washington state. But, she also loves walking

alongside others to share the depths and

joys of the Father’s love and to encourage

them to live out of that love. Wife, mother of

four, and grandmother of ten, Carol lives in

Seattle with her husband Dick. Their favorite

ministry these days is mentoring engaged

couples. Carol has authored two books and co-authored another.

She is a former high school teacher and editor for Women’s Aglow.

A frequent teacher for women’s Bible studies and retreats, Carol is

also on the Board of Lutheran Renewal.

M a i n S e s s i o n s i n S a n c t u a r y

Thursday, August 5

Friday, August 6

C o n f e r e n c e S c h e d u l e

2 0 0 4 H o l y S p i r i t C o n f e r e n c e

P r e s e n t e d b y L u t h e r a n R e n e w a l

Location: North Heights Lutheran Church

1700 West Hwy 96 • Arden Hills, MN

Wednesday | August 4

7:00 p.m. C. Peter Wagner: Battling the Religious Spirit

Thursday | August 5

8:30 a.m. Communion: Morris Vaagenes

9:30 a.m. Bob Sorge: Understanding the Refining Process

1:30 p.m. Workshops (please see below)

3:15 p.m. Workshops (please see below)

7:00 p.m. Paul Anderson: How Low Did He Go?

Friday | August 6

8:30 a.m. Communion: Morris Vaagenes

9:30 a.m. Bob Sorge: Pursuing Faith in the Midst of Brokenness

1:30 p.m. Workshops (please see below)

3:15 p.m. Workshops (please see below)

7:00 p.m. R.T. Kendall: The Anointing—Part One

Saturday | August 7

8:30 a.m. Communion: Morris Vaagenes

9:30 a.m. R.T. Kendall: The Anointing—Part Two

1:30 p.m. John Paul Jackson: Encountering God through

Dreams and Other Strange Events

7:00 p.m. John Paul Jackson

W o r k s h o p S c h e d u l e

1:30 p.m.

3:15 p.m.

1:30 p.m.

3:15 p.m.

Workshop I Workshop II Workshop III

Todd Wallace

The Gift is Not Our Own:

Prophetic People and the

Unity of the Church

Del Rossin

How to Be Prepared for the

Next Move of God

Tom Kelly

An Invitation to

Supernatural Living

Fred Thoni

Giving and Receiving

the Blessing of the Lord

George and

Carol Johnson

The Ministry Of


Dinesh Chand

and Curt Rosen

The Edge on

World Missions

Workshop I Workshop II Workshop III

Mike Bradley

A Safe Place for Healing

Wounds From Toxic Faith


Jim Anderson

Stewarding Our Life for

Maximum Kingdom Impact

(Especially for pastors

and leaders)

Larry Alberts

One Life: His or Mine?

Carol Greenwood

Real Connecting—Life is more

than rubbing elbows!

Mark Herringshaw

Living Forever: Preparing for

the Next 10,000 Years

Don & Elsie Fuhrman

Be Filled With the Spirit:

Prayer For More Power

P a s t o r s ’ D a y

Join Dr. C. Peter Wagner and

other pastors and spouses for a time

of worship, teaching, ministry, and


Theme: Ministry in the Market Place

When: Wednesday, August 4

9:00 a.m.—1:30 p.m.

Sorry, no childcare.

Where: Conference site

Cost: $15 per person

(includes catered lunch)

Deadline: We must receive your registration

before July 22. After July

22 you may register on-site. Lunch is

not included in on-site registrations.

On-site cost: $10 per person.

24-hour Pre-conference Prayer and Worship

Friday, July 9, 6:00 p.m. – Saturday, July 10, 6:00 p.m.

Brooklyn Park Lutheran Church

Hwy 252 and 81st Ave.


Join us for corporate prayer and worship, featuring

both live and recorded music.

You may come and go as you wish.

New This Year—Soaking Rooms

No speaker, no agenda.

Come in the afternoon on Thursday or Friday to

rest in His presence, worship His majesty, receive

from His goodness, and give Him adoration.

Alliance of

Renewal Churches


Friday, 1:30 p.m.

Find out what it’s like

to be in a network of

churches that are united

together because of

common values and


G e n e r a l L u n c h e s

Lunch tickets must be ordered

in advance using the registration

form. No tickets will

be sold on-site. Tickets will

be sold on a first-come, firstserved

basis. You may pick

up your tickets at the Preregistration

table upon your

arrival. Concession items will

be sold from 11:30 a.m.- 6:30

p.m. each day beginning on


Deadline: We must receive

your registration before July 22.

When: August 5-7 (Thursday-Saturday)

Morning Session: 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon

Afternoon Session: 1 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(No evening nursery available.)

What: Loving care plus structured activities.

Cost: $3.50 per hour per child.

Payment will be received on-site before each session.

Note: Parents must remain on-site at all times. Please

bring your health insurance information with you.

When: August 5-7 (Thursday-Saturday)

9:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.

What: There is movement all over the earth where youth

and children are being fascinated by the King of the

universe and are rising into a position of spiritual

authority. It is our heart and prayer to make room

for this double portion generation—to provide

opportunities for the Holy Spirit to touch their hearts

with the love of God through worship, teaching,

and personal prayer ministry, and to release them to

step forward into their destinies. Mornings are spent

together in worship and teaching, while afternoons are

split into smaller, age-appropriate groupings.



N u r s e r y ( I n f a n t s - 3 y e a r s )

C h i l d r e n ( A g e s 4 - 1 2 )

$17 per day per child, or $50 per day (maximum family

rate). Includes lunch, snacks, and materials. Registration

forms must be received in our office before July 22 for

this rate. After July 22: $20 per day per child, or $60 per

day (maximum family rate). On-site and late registrations

are dependent on room availability.

Parents must remain on-site at all times. Please bring

your health insurance information with you.

Y o u t h ( A g e s 1 3 - 1 9 )

What: We are thrilled to have Bruce and Cindy Urban,

North Heights members, to be in charge of the Youth

this year. They will be sharing on what it means to

be filled with the Spirit, how to walk in intimacy with

God, and discovering your spiritual gifts, among other

topics. They are especially anointed to pray for the

release of the Spirit into the lives of our young people.

When: Thursday and Friday

1:30 – 4:45 p.m. each day

Cost: There is no Youth registration fee.

P a s t o r s ’ L u n c h e s

Pastors and Spouses:

Thursday with Paul Anderson

Friday with Jens-Peter

Jorgensen and Asbjorn

Simones, leaders of renewal in


Saturday with R.T. Kendall


purchase a separate lunch ticket for

these lunches. Seating is limited, so

please register early. No tickets will be

sold on-site. (Because seating is limited,

we ask that you do not bring children

to the Pastors’ Lunches.)

Deadline: We must receive your registration

before July 22.

R e g i s t r a t i o n

As always, there is NO registration fee for the general adult

conference. It is funded by freewill offerings.

You do not need to send in this form unless you are purchasing lunch

tickets, registering for the special programs, or sending in an offering.

One form per family, please. Feel free to make additional copies.

Please print your information in CAPITAL letters.

Name/Spouse’s Name


City State Zip



Nursery (Infants-3 years) $3.50 per hour per child

Payments for Nursery will be accepted on-site.

Children’s Conference (Ages 4-12) Grade Level in Fall









Children’s Payments (Includes lunch, snacks, and materials)

Before July 22: $17 per day per child or $50 per day (maximum family rate)

After July 22: $20 per day per child or $60 per day (maximum family rate)

On-site registrations dependent on room availability.

Number of Children: Thursday ______ = $______

Number of Children: Friday ______ = $______

Number of Children: Saturday ______ = $______

Subtotal Children: Thurs. + Fri. + Sat. =


Pastors’ Day

For those in full-time ministry and their spouses

Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Includes catered lunch)

Before July 22: Number of Registrants: _____ x $15 = $_______

After July 22: Number of Registrants: _____ x $10 = $_______

After July 22, lunch not included.


No lunch tickets will be sold on-site. We must receive your order

and payment before July 22. Includes drink and dessert.

# of General Lunch tickets: Thurs. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

# of General Lunch tickets: Fri. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

# of General Lunch tickets: Sat. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

# of Pastors’ Lunch tickets: Thurs. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

# of Pastors’ Lunch tickets: Fri. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

# of Pastors’ Lunch tickets: Sat. ______ x $7.00 = $_______

Subtotal Lunches: Thurs. + Fri. + Sat. = $_______

I would like to give an offering of:


GRAND TOTAL: Children + Pastors’ Day

+ Lunches + Offering = (Send US Funds) $__________

We’re sorry, but we cannot accept your registration by phone, fax, or e-mail.

No refunds after July 22. A processing fee of $10 will be charged to each refund.

Make checks payable to: Lutheran Renewal

2701 Rice Street

St. Paul, MN 55113-2200

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