All attendees will get unlimited access to the replay and notes after the event.
We had such an overwhelming interest in our first Understanding the Courts of Heaven online workshop in November 2017 and we received so many great questions.
You might be asking, “Why do I need training in how to operate in the Courts of Heaven? After all, we have the Bible and the blood of Jesus Christ.”
The answer is simple.
Satan is over-attacking people with tragedies, acts of violence, storms, fires and floods. The scales of injustice are out of balance so God is releasing revelation like this to help us get repayment for our losses.
Many of you asked questions about how to open a case for yourself or someone else—whether it’s for your spouse or future spouse, your children, your calling, finances, etc.
I’ll be covering that along with much more, since I had more revelation than I could fit into the first one.
I’ll also be giving even more real-life examples—so you can take this revelation and be able to apply it practically to your life circumstances.
Note: While it’s not required, watching the replay of Part 1 is recommended, so you have that foundation before Part 2.
Many teachers charge hundreds of dollars to attend their trainings. But in order to make this workshop accessible, we offer this training online at a low cost so more people can benefit from it!
Live workshop sales close Saturday, 2/24 at 9:55 a.m. PST.
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Limited Number of Seats Available.
Doug Addison is the founder and president of InLight Connection. Doug is a prophetic speaker, author and coach. He is best known for his Daily Prophetic Words and Spirit Connection webcast, podcast and blog. Doug’s message of love, hope and acceptance reaches people around the world! His powerful, lighthearted style of teaching and coaching helps open people to discover their spiritual identity and personal destiny as they experience God’s supernatural love and power. He and his wife Linda live in Los Angeles, California where they are impacting the arts and entertainment and media industries.