Spiritual Growth / Intercession
Patricia "Pat" Allen, founder and director of Prayer Shield Int'l. & At His Feet Ministeries, is an ordained, anointed minister of the Gospel, who had devoted over 20 years to serving God in public ministry. Her vision is to be used by God to help awaken, transform and prepare His bride - the glorious church.
Her dynamic ministry has blessed a wide variety of denominational and non-denominational churches, fellowships and Christian organizations as she brings an uncompromised Word and ministers in prophetic intercession. A powerful prayer warrior, carrying a special anointing to teach deliverance through the Word, she is in great demand- leading prayer seminars, spiritual warfare training, emotional healing classes and prayer revivals across the nation. Through her meetings she reaches out to in the love of Jesus to touch the hurting, and has been mightily used by God to see bondages of fear and despair, intimidation, and worthlessness broken from the lives of many.
As well as being the founder and director of At His Feet Ministries, Women of Destiny, and Prayer Sheild International, Pat served as State Prayer Director for Project Colorado: A State of Prayer. She also serves as Personal intercessor to Promise Keeper founder Bill McCartney, and as prayer captain over 500 intercessors placed strategically around the world. God has used her gift to mobilize prayer units in churches and prayer groups for many nations.
Posted on: Tuesday, September 16th, 2003 by Pat Allen
THE Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement in Britain may have commenced a campaign aimed at banning Most Rev. Peter Jasper Akinola, the Primate of All Nigeria Anglican Communion, from entering Britain.
Specifically, the group wants to stop him from participating at next month's meeting of the Anglican Primates called by the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the estimated 70 million Anglicans worldwide, Most Rev. Rowan Williams, at the Lambeth Palace, to discuss the gay crisis, which has divided the Church.
The move to ban Akinola, according to sources, is as a result of his open criticism and condemnation of the ordination of gays as priests and a bishop of the Anglican Communion.
The gay movement has sent a letter to Britain's Home Secretary, Mr. David Blunkett, asking that Primate Akinola be stopped from coming to Britain because he might incite hatred towards homosexual people.
Akinola, who is leading the most populous Anglican population in the world with membership close to 18 million, has been one of the strongest voices against the liberal tide, opposing the blessing of same sex unions in Canada and the appointment of a practicing homosexual...
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