See You Tomorrow
Clive is pastor of New Heart Church & director of Ellel Int. Ministries in Ballyclare, Northern Ireland, UK. He has been speaking at Greenlane Christian Centre in Auckland the last few weeks and we have heard fantastic reports!
He ministers with a unique pastoral and powerful prophetic gift. Not to be missed….
About Clive Carr
Clive Carr originates from Dublin, Ireland. His church background is made up of Anglican, Presbyterian, Brethren, Charismatic House Groups and Pentecostal. In 1975 he got converted and in 1977 was dramatically filled with the power of the Holy Spirit and received a call from God to serve Him in ministry. In 1979 he served with with Operation Mobilisation, in 1982 attended Bible College in England, and in 1985 he was ordained as a minister in the Elim Churches and was pastoring until 1998 with them. He has had the privilege to travel to over fifty countries and has experience in interdenominational events and cross-cultural ministry. He is an associate teacher of Ellel International Ministries in evangelism, healing and deliverance work.
In 1999 the Lord gave Clive a vision for a ministry that would touch the hearts of men and women with the healing power of God’s love. As an evangelist, Clive believes that the heart of the human problem is the problem of the human heart. Hence New Heart Ministries was founded on Ezekiel 36v26: “I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you.” He is now heading up this ministry which has a church base and a ministry to the further body of Christ. He is involved in directing and pastoring New Heart Church and Ministries and also has a travelling ministry to other churches and nations.http://newheartministries.org
As a PASTOR, EVANGELIST, and TEACHER, Clive believes in moving under the anointing of the Holy Spirit and loves to minister in a relaxed informal and spontaneous manner. He shares in an inspirational and exciting way with humour and yet is sensitive to the powerful move of the Holy Spirit. His teaching ministry is accompanied with the prophetic and word of knowledge gifts. He likes to give time for personal ministry, laying on of hands, impartation, etc. Clive ministers with the conviction that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are for today, and that signs and wonders do follow the preaching of the Word.
More information at http://www.harmony.org.nz, I look forward meeting you there tomorrow at 10. 00 AM
- Set Free to Serve — A Sermon (pastorbobcornwall.blogspot.com)
- The Gifts of the Spirit ExplainedIn 1 Corinthians 12, we learn that spiritual gifts are given to God’s people by the Holy Spirit for “the common good.” Verse 11 says the gifts are given according to God’s sovereign will (“as he determines”). Ephesians 4:1 (concerningspiritualgifts.info)
- Benedict XVI at audience: Holy Spirit’s gifts destined to edify the Church (catholicnewsagency.com)
- Teaching worship (geneveith.com)
- Britt Merrick (joshharris.com)
- We Need The Holy Spirit! (pastorpaulvbsblog.blogspot.com)
- Archbishop’s address: full text (newstatesman.com)
- “Memorial of Sts. Cornelius, pope and martyr and Cyprian, bishop and martyr” and related posts (catholicfire.blogspot.com)
- Do We Believe in the Spirit? by John Frye (beliefnet.com)