Conference with Peter Horrobin in September | Registration Opened Now

 

Wesley Methodist Church KL will be hosting and conducting a three days’ conference with the renowned founder of Ellel Ministries, Peter Horrobin, this September, on the 22nd-24th. The 22nd is a public holiday and there is an early bird rate for registration by the 6th of August 2017.  

 

 

About Peter Horrobin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Horrobin is the Founder and International Director of Ellel Ministries. Ellel Ministries International was originally established in 1986 as a ministry of healing in the north-west of England. The work is now established in about 20 different countries and students who have trained with Ellel Ministries are working in every continent and in well over 40 different countries.

Peter was born in 1943 in Bolton, Lancashire, and was later brought up in Blackburn, also in the north of England. His parents gave him a firm Christian foundation for life with a strong evangelical emphasis. His early grounding in the Scriptures was to equip him for future ministry.  After graduating from Oxford University with a degree in chemistry, he spent a number of years in College and University lecturing, before leaving the academic environment for the world of business.

He founded his own publishing and bookselling companies and then, after 15 years of writing, publishing and bookselling, the doors opened for the ministry to be established at Ellel Grange, a country house just outside the City of Lancaster. Throughout his university and business career, Peter had known that he was only ‘marking time’ until his true calling, into some form of Christian ministry, would come to fruition.

 

Peter Horrobin (left) and his wife Fiona

 

Peter first knew this calling as a young teenager, but he had to wait nearly 30 years before his life’s work was to begin!  In his twenties he started to restore a vintage sports car (an Alvis Speed 20), but discovered that its chassis was bent. As he looked at the broken vehicle, wondering if it could ever be repaired, he sensed God asking him a question, “You could restore this broken car, but I can restore broken lives. Which is more important?”

It was obvious that broken lives were more important than broken cars and so the beginnings of a vision for restoring people was birthed in his heart at that time. A few years later, he was asked to try and help a person who had been sexually abused. Through this experience God opened up to him the vision for the healing ministry. He prayed daily into this vision for over 10 years before God brought it into being. Many Christian leaders affirmed the vision and gave it their support.

Under Peter’s leadership the world-wide teaching and ministry team at Ellel has seen God move dramatically in many people’s lives to bring salvation, hope, healing and deliverance.  

Peter and his wife, Fiona, now travel extensively to support and encourage the different Ellel teams and have a particular responsibility within the ministry for pioneering new developments. Together they teach and minister on many different aspects of healing and discipleship.

 

 

Event Details

FRIDAY (2.00PM – 6.00PM)

  • Opening Session   Men’s/Women’s Session

SATURDAY (9.00AM – 4.30PM)

  • Session 1   Session 2    •  Session 3                                                    

SUNDAY (9.00AM – 12.30PM)

  • Sunday Sermon (Combined Worship Service)
  • Q & A Session

 

Registration INFORMATION

 

Remarks:

  • Full-time Student Rate: RM30 by 3rd Sept
  • Registration must be accompanied by payment to be valid.
  • Fees paid are non-refundable but you may transfer your registration to another.
  • Fee includes lunch and tea on Saturday of the Conference.
  • Walk-ins are not guaranteed food and delegate pack (“while stocks last” basis).

 

For registration form, please download from www.klwesley.org  For enquiries, please call the Church Office, 03-2072-0338/9 or email to wmckl@klwesley.org.

 

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