There are so many prophets running around the church and they are all looking for a place to belong. The problem is, most pastors don't know how to handle them.
How do you teach a prophet? What does it mean to parent a prophet? How does a prophet work with an apostle, and how does the apostle work with the prophet? These are but a few questions that are answered in this product.
A few things you will find in these messages are:
- Mentorship and spiritual parenting have distinct characteristics
- A prophet's function is incomplete without the work of an apostle
- The work of the apostle cannot be established without the function of the prophet
- There is a distinct line between a "mentor" and a "pastor" when training a prophet
There is more to being a prophet than delivering a prophetic word, or interceding in prayer. A prophet in office is meant to build and create by working with an apostle. A prophet in office is meant to be a sort of armor bearer, and helps the apostle take down the enemy - not to fetch the apostle's water or make sure all his notes are in order.
However, in order to get to that point, the prophet will need training and spiritual parenting. You will discover all the "hows" and "whys" in these messages.
For these teachings, we grabbed one of our lecturers, Prophet Anja Sager, and she explains from firsthand experience about how you train a prophet, and what to watch out for as you do so. Next, Apostle Craig Toach shares with us how you parent a prophet and what that entails. After that, Apostles Nathan Berry and Colette Toach get together and paint a picture of the pattern of how a prophet works with an apostle, and vice versa.
Together, these four powerful teachings give you a clear blueprint, and in the typical AMI step 1, 2, 3 - explain how to use that blueprint.
I will warn you though, these are Practical Prophetic Office teachings, so be prepared to be challenged, and have you socks knocked off.