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  • Why a Symphony of Prayer?
    Well do I remember when I first experienced a “symphony of prayer.” It was in an aftermeeting at a church camp in Ireland. The Spirit of God moved and we were quite aware of the presence of God. People began to cry out to the Lord. The Holy Spirit was truly looked to as the […]
  • Will You Pray with Us?
    Every Christian concerned for revival should pay attention to this year’s National Symphony of Prayer, sponsored by Revival Focus Ministries, and led by Evangelist John R. Van Gelderen. Similar prayer symphonies held in various places in the past have proven to be very important for their impact on those who participated and also for their […]
  • The Value of Revival Prayer Meetings
    As the history of revivals shapes the history of the church, so the history of revival prayer meetings shapes the history of revivals. Believers prayed for the promise of the Holy Spirit in Acts 1. God poured out His Spirit in Acts 2. Again the saints prayed for boldness in the midst of persecution in […]

The Netcasters Team includes every netcaster! On the local level, this includes the team of netcasters within a local church. On a broader level, this includes all local teams into one large team of netcasters – even international. May the Lord keep raising up God-dependent, Spirit-enabled netcasters to bring in a great catch!

“I have realized how thankful I am for the ministry of Netcasters training in my life. The focus is so pure, the plan is so thorough and biblical, and the method is so God-exalting, so nurturing of faith in the gospel and the power of the Holy Spirit, so careful to be Christocentric and Christ-exalting. I cannot even imagine how I would handle the gospel if it weren’t for my Netcasters training. May the Lord use these videos and empower them for years to come.” ~Netcaster in Wisconsin