The prophetic ministry at New Covenant Church of Atlanta is passionate about teaching and activating believers in the gift of prophecy. It is our mission to see men and women rise up in the prophetic.
What we do:
Prophetic ministers speak words of encouragement, edification, comfort, and strength in the spirit of 1 Corinthians 14:1 and 3: “Pursue love and desire spiritual gifts, but especially that you may prophesy . . . He who prophesies speaks edification and exhortation and comfort to men.”
Along with prophetic presbytery, special events are held throughout the year that include prophetic intercession, prophetic praise and worship, along with prophetic soaking sessions. In addition to these services a few other ministries are overseen by the Prophetic Ministry, that include:
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How To Get Involved:
The activation of the prophetic in the lives of all members of New Covenant Church of Atlanta aligns to the words of Paul in 1 Corinthians 12-14. If you feel led of the Holy Spirit to learn more about operating in your prophetic gifting, look for one of the special events or reach out to one of the members of the prophetic team.
Prophet Michael Turnbull
Pastor Mark LeGear
Deacon Devon Saucier
Psalmist Janackeh Blackwell
Deacon Elijah Segarra
Intercessor Ashley Wootton
Be sure to friend “Prophesy!!! CN & NCCA’s page for releasing the Word of the Lord” on Facebook to stay up to date with various monthly events and hear what the Lord is saying.
“But [on the other hand] the one who prophesies speaks to people for edification [to promote their spiritual growth] and [speaks words of] encouragement [to uphold and advise them concerning the matters of God] and [speaks words of] consolation [to compassionately comfort them]. 4 One who speaks in a tongue edifies himself; but one who prophesies edifies the church [promotes growth in spiritual wisdom, devotion, holiness, and joy].” ~1 Corinthians 14:3-4
“But to each one is given the manifestation of the Spirit [the spiritual illumination and the enabling of the Holy Spirit] for the common good…” ~1 Corinthians 12:7-8