Vision for Arrows of Glory

 
                                             
 
               
 
Special Guest Speakers  Bio Information: 
 
Dr. Negiel Bigpond has been in ministry for over thirty years and has been both evangelist and pastor, evangelizing in over 143 native reservations and currently serves as Apostle of Morning Star Church of All Nations. He is an accomplished musician and singer and is also a certified drug and alcohol abuse counselor. Dr. Bigpond is a full-blood Euchee (Yuchi) Indian and a fourth generation minister of the gospel. He and his wife Jan have been married for 39 years and have three children, two sons-in-law, one daughter-in-law, and six grandchildren
 
Dr. Bigpond has traveled worldwide, representing Christian Native Americans preaching and teaching God’s Word. Inspired by his involvement in Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network, he founded the Native American Apostolic Prayer Circle, which establishes prayer teams who are skilled in spiritual warfare and intercession for the Native people and issues that concern them. Out of this, God has given him Spirit Wind, which is a prayer day focusing on the Five Civilized Tribes and their leaders. Tribes gather each year for this event. God has also given Dr. Bigpond the vision of Two Rivers Native American Training Center, in which he is president and co-founder. The training center is a Christian military training base camp for the purpose of dealing with occult and territorial enemy strongholds on reservations and other locations throughout the U.S.
 
 
 
Rick Joyner has authored more than fifty books, including The Final Quest Trilogy, There Were Two Trees in the Garden, The Path, and Army of the Dawn. He is also the Founder and Executive Director of MorningStar Ministries, a multi-faceted mission organization which includes Heritage International Ministries, MorningStar University, MorningStar Fellowship of Churches and Ministries, and CMM/MorningStar Missions—an umbrella organization serving over five hundred missiona
ries in the field and over ten thousand churches, schools, and ministries around the world.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Special Appearance  from John Thorpe  the grandson of  Jim Thorpe
one of the greatest indegiinous  athletes of all time who went to the Carlisle Indian Boarding School 
 
 
 
 
 
Mel Tari, world known evangelist and missionary from Timor, Indonesia, is an eyewitness of some of the greatest miracles to occur in the twentieth century. Mel has witnessed the dead raised, water turned into wine, healing from all kinds of diseases (the blind see, the crippled walk, the deaf hear, the dumb speak, leprosy, cancer, etc.) and millions that have come to know Jesus all over the world in the last four decades. Mel’s message of simple and child-like faith in the Word of God and the reality of the power of the Holy Spirit today will inspire you to know Jesus better.”
 
 
Lillian de Fin     (Smith Wigglesworth’s Great-Granddaughter)
Lillian de Fin is the great-granddaughter of Smith Wigglesworth, the “Apostle of Faith”, renowned for his total trust in God and His divine healing. Lillian de Fin, fondly known as Pastor Lil, was born in the Belgian Congo to missionary parents. Her Mother was Alice Wigglesworth who married Harold B
 
erry. Harold and Alice worked together in
 Africa for many years, establishing ministries in Southern Africa including what is now Soweto Bible College and Acts Christian Church in Johannesburg. When the Berry’s retired Abe and Lil de Fin pastored the church for twenty years and have now handed the leadership over to their son, Pastor Peter de Fin and his wife Tammy. Pastor Lillian exhorts her listeners under a strong prophetic anointing with clear and accurate insight. Lillian is known as “The Mother of Africa” and walks in the anointing of her great-grandfather for miracle healing.
 

Willie  Jock is senior pastor and co-founder along with his wife Sandy, of New Life Christian Church located on the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne in Northern New York state and Canada. Willie is a member of the Mohawk Nation of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy and has a heart to see life giving healing centers established on all Iroquois territories, as well as other indigenous settings.
Willie and Sandy are part of a First Nations Strategic Warfare Team endeavoring to link up with the church at large to accomplish healing through the power of forgiveness.

 
 
 
 
 
Chief Kenny Blacksmith is the Founder/Executive Director of Gathering Nations International, a First Nations run and operated registered charitable organization with a mission to achieve meaningful and biblically based reconciliation, healing and unity; training & equipping; establishing ‘houses’ of prayer; and world humanitarian aid. With 35 years plus of public service experience (Honorary) Chief Kenny has been elected in various leadership positions among others, as Deputy Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees, of Quebec, Councilor of the Cree Nation of Mistissini, Commissioner and President of the Cree School Board. Chief Kenny received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award in 2013 for his public services in reconciliation and healing initiatives.
 
Mary Faus is a member of North Caribou Lake Band in Weagamow Lake, Ontario where she was born and raised. Mary and her husband Jon reside in Pennsylvania. Mary serves as the current Director to the Reading House of Prayer in her city. Mary along with her husband, Jon serve as Lead Intercessors for their church, Hope of the Nations Christian Centre. Additionally, both serve on the Hopewell Network of Churches Intercession team. Jon and Mary are Key holders and serve as Advisors to the Key Fellowship in Pennsylvania. Jon and Mary are both Alumni at Two Rivers Native American Training Centre in Oklahoma. Mary frequently teaches on the Brave Forces Native American Circle of Prayer and serves as an intercessor. Mary and Jon also serve at the Shalom Center as Transl ocal Elders. Mary’s hearts desire is to see Every Tribe pray from a place of Intimate relationship with Yesh
ua, our tribal King and Judge.
 
 
 
Ed Watts serves as the apostolic lead
er of Gateway Church and the director of Gateway HOPE Center (House of Prayer & Equipping Center) in Flint, Michigan. Ed’s ministry style is prophetic and evangelistic in nature. Ed loves the presence of God and carries the wisdom and fire of the Holy Spirit. He has been commissioned by Heaven to be a voice of reformation and awakening to the church and our nation. The Lord has given him a mandate to see regions transformed by authoritative prayer and the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Ed operates in a strong prophetic anointing to help the Body of Christ know the time, the season, and the strategy of heaven for kingdom advancement. He is ordained and affiliated with BAMN (Breakthrough Apostolic Ministry Network), which is under the leadership of Apostle Barbara Yoder.   Ed has   a B. A. degree in Bible from Central Bible College, and has many years of experience in urban evangelism and leading large evangelistic crusades.
 
                                                                                                  
                                              
                                                  PRAISE AND WORSHIP  
 
OKAMA
 
 
The indigenous worship band OKAMA was founded in 2010 by First Nation leaders Dr. Gerard Roberts, traditional name (Abouyou), of the Karina nation, and his wife Peta-Gay (Tayaliti) Roberts of the Taino/Arawak First Nations. Okama is a Taino word meaning ‘listen’ or ‘hear’. Whe
n Gerard, Peta-Gay, and their two daughters Gesse-Lea (Ouellechi), and Israel-Rain (Malacaya)
 
Worship 
 
JONATHAN & JAMIE FITT
From Philadelphia Tabernacle of David 
 
Philadelphia Tabernacle of David is a community of people from many different churches with a passion to see Philadelphia transformed by the dynamic presence of God. PTOD is intentional about making a resting place for the Lord through continuous worship and prayer. Endeavoring to follow the principles of David’s Tabernacle, PTOD seeks to create a spiritual climate that will aid in the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Representatives from PTOD have ministered extensively in the tri-state area, across the 
state of Pennsylvania and in various other states.
 
Conference Schedule
                                        
THURSDAY EVENING  April 5, 2018 
 
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm   Opening Protocol and Prayer   Willie  Jock and  Mary Faus 

Session  1-  7 pm -10:30 pm   Lilian de Fin    (Great Granddaughter of Smith Wigglesworth)

 
FRIDAY MORNING  April 6, 2018 
 
Session 2 –   9:00 am – 11: 00 am   –           Chief Kenny Blacksmith 

 Session 3 – 11:15 am –  12:30 pm –    Mel Tari 

       
FRIDAY LUNCH BREAK April 6, 2018 
Lunch  Break 1:00 pm -2:30 pm
 
FRIDAY AFTERNOON  April 6, 2018
  2 Breakout Sessions
 
  Session 4  – 2:30-4:30 pm  –  Willie Jock and Mary Faus 
  Session 5 –  2:30-4:30 pm  –   Ed Watts 
 
 

  Dinner Break 5 pm -7 pm   April 6, 2018

 
FRIDAY  EVENING  APRIL 6, 2018    
 
 Session 6     7:00 pm  – 10:30pm –  Rick Joyner
 
 
SATURDAY MORNING  APRIL 7, 2018
 
 Session  7 – 9:00 am –   11:00 am  – Rick Joyner 

 Session  8 – 11:15 am – 12:30 pm – Dr. Negiel Bigpond

 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON  APRIL  7, 2018 
SPECIAL PASSOVER BANQUET  1:30 PM -5:00 PM     Gourmet Meal / Worship / Messianic  Dancing / Special Speakers /  Special  time of  impartation  during  our  Passover banquet from all of  our speakers.
 
 
REGISTRATION  TICKET  INFORMATION  
 
Early Bird Special Rate! Sign up by March 7, 2018
ONLY 275 SEATS left   — Register early and book hotels to get special block rate!
 
IMPORTANT
A percentage of your registration will go to our special “Homecoming Fund” to help return the First Nations children that were buried at the Carlisle Indian Boarding School to their homelands for a proper burial. Also, a percentage of your registration will be sown into All Tribes D.C., a National First Nations Ministry.
 
 
ACCESS PASS TO U.S. ARMY WAR COLLEGE  
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT EACH PERSON REGISTERING COMPLETE THE ACCESS PASS FORM INCLUDED IN THIS REGISTRATION PROCESS INCLUDING MARRIED COUPLES. WITHOUT FILLING OUT THIS FORM YOU WILL NOT BE GRANTED ACCESS INTO THE U.S. ARMY BARRACKS WHERE WE ARE HOSTING THE GATHERING. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO FILL OUT THIS FORM ONLINE, BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO PRINT/ DOWNLOAD THE FORM, FILL IT OUT AND SEND IT BACK TO US VIA SCAN/EMAIL, FAX OR SEND VIA POST TO OUR P.O. BOX ADDRESS. MORE INFORMATION IS ON THE ACCESS PASS INSTRUCTION PAGE WHICH IS LATER IN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.
 
 
TOTAL CONFERENCE RATE INCLUDES PASSOVER BANQUET GOURMET MEAL ON SATURDAY.
INDIVIDUAL = $120.00
MARRIED COUPLES = $225.00
 
THURSDAY NIGHT / FRIDAY ALL DAY AND EVENING = $60.00
 
SATURDAY ALL DAY INCLUDING PASSOVER BANQUET MEAL= $75.00
 
Any questions please reach out to Kareen at: beattykareen@yahoo.com
 
 

 

Hotels for Arrows of Glory
 

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson

1529 Commerce Ave, Carlisle, PA 17015

Phone: 717.241.4900 Call hotel directly for group rate

Shuttle van transportation available to and from U.S. Army War College!

$99.00 per night including hot breakfast

King Suites and 2 Queen bed rooms available

6 mile drive to U.S. War College

 
 Country Inn and Suites Rooms held until  3/5

 

 

Residence Inn by Marriott

 Hampton Court, Carlisle (Middlesex Township) PA 17013

Phone: 717.610.9050

$99.00 – $179.00 per night including hot breakfast

1 Bedroom Suites and 2 Bedroom Suites available

Phone: 717.610.9052

3 mile drive to U.S. Army War College

 

 

 Hampton Inn by Hilton

1164 Harrisburg Pike

Carlisle (Middlesex Township), PA 17013

Phone 717.240.0200

$99.00 per night including hot breakfast

2 Queen bed rooms available

3 mile drive to U.S. Army War College
 
                                                                                   Hampton Inn- rooms held until 3/6
 

 

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

1152 Harrisburg Pike

Carlisle (Middlesex Township) PA 17013

Phone 717.240.0080 Call property directly for group rate

$79.99 per night.  All rooms available including hot breakfast.

3 mile drive to U.S. Army War College
 
                                                                                               

 

Best Western Hotel
 

1155 Harrisburg Pike

Carlisle (Middlesex Township) PA 17013

Phone: 717.243.6200 Call the property directly for group rate

$79.99 per night.  All rooms available including hot breakfast

3 mile drive to U.S. Army War College
 

Residence Inn- rooms held until 2/26