Richard & Kimberly Wilson
Victorious Prayer Warrior Bootcamp
TRAIN THE TRAINER Intensive
Transform Your Team’s Prayer Life and Your Leadership Skills in 7 Weeks
Next mentoring class: May 11, 2020 – June 29, 2021
(with early access available immediately upon registration)
Are you looking for a program to train your team, unify them and equip them to fight spiritual battles? If yes, the TRAIN THE TRAINER Intensive is for you!
In 7 weeks, you will receive training in how to facilitate a Victorious Prayer Warrior Bootcamp with your own team either in person or on-line.
Your registration includes:
- 1 year access to course videos to instruct your team
- Discount pricing on course materials for your students
- 7 weeks of leadership training, including how to build and unify your team, train them, and lead prayer assignments
- Personal coaching with Richard and Kimberly Wilson
- Networking and brainstorming opportunities with various trainers in the US and Canada
- Personalized on-line course platform for your students
About Victorious Prayer Warrior Bootcamp:
When life’s tough battles come your way, are you ready for the fight? God did not create you to be beat up by the devil, shell-shocked from spiritual warfare, or defeated by prayers that have not been answered. He created you to fight the good fight of faith and win, and Satan doesn’t want you to know it!
Richard & Kimberly Wilson’s Victorious Prayer Warrior Bootcamp brings Biblical insight and instruction to live the life of a victorious prayer warrior. You will learn your rights and responsibilities as a soldier in the Army of the Lord, all while developing an unshakable relationship with the Lord of the Angel Armies that will empower you to withstand life’s challenges.
In this course, you will learn about:
> The Clash of 2 Kingdoms – The Kingdom of Light and the Kingdom of Darkness
> Developing the mindset of an unshakable prayer warrior
> Discovering your assigned battlefield
> Gain strategies for success in spiritual warfare
The foundational principles taught will set those who are called to a life of intercession on a course of victory. Today, God is assembling a new breed of passionate believers who are ready to handle any conflict that comes their way. Is that you? If so, get ready to be prepared for battle. It’s time to be a Victorious Prayer Warrior!
This 7-Week Online Intensive is designed to to move from having a mundane and often ineffective prayer life to praying targeted and strategic prayers with the intention to get results. Enrollment is open. Classes officially start on May 11, 2021. Weekly Train the Trainer course materials and videos will be released each Wednesday. You have all week to watch the class and complete course assignments. Frequent Q&A calls will be scheduled with your course instructors on a weekly basis. This is the perfect opportunity to learn to be come more effective in your prayer life through training, mentoring and working with other intercessors as well.Click here to sign up
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There is a spiritual war going on around us—a fight between light and darkness. There is a need for an occupying force to step out of the four walls of the church and influence the society around them.
Fifteen years ago, we never imagined we would be facing many of the issues we are today. The question is: What are we as Christians going to do about it?
It is noticeably clear as we look at the nations today that Christians have stepped out of society and gotten too comfortable just showing up for a church service. We have let the nonchurched determine the roadmap of our nations’ futures. How did we come to this conclusion? Just look at one of the massive problems that we face every day: the fight for the minds of our children.
Concerned Citizens: It is Time to Occupy!
Parents and concerned citizens, we encourage you to get involved and become an occupying force in the education system. It is time to pay attention to the curriculum our children are being taught. There must be a rising up of parental voices who are ready to fight like never before.
This happened in our region of Tampa Bay several years ago. On the onset of a government mandate to allow boys to use the girls’ bathrooms, and girls to use the boys’, an occupying force of parents and pastors flooded the school board meetings. Representing tens of thousands of individuals in the territory, the righteous voices that stood up and swung the vote made a difference for the students.
Listen to Occupying Force: Introduction to Occupation on the Charisma Podcast Network.
The corruption in politics, government and news is clearer now than ever. There is no longer a plumb line of truth in society; therefore, people’s ability to discern is dull. The result is the contrast between the destiny of our nation, which was founded upon God and his principles, and the philosophy of socialism and communism raging to take over. We must be willing to speak up and get involved in areas that may seem out of our comfort zones. We can no longer keep our heads in the sand and just say, “Oh well, God is in control.”
We must recognize that we are to partner with him in what He sent His Son to accomplish. Become an occupying force!
Richard and Kimberly Wilson, executive directors of Watchmen Arise International, serve as corporate trainers of societal transforming Christians. Together they co-host the Occupying Force podcast, co-authored Preparing for Battle: Developing the Lifestyle of a Victorious Prayer Warrior (available in Spanish), and courses designed to further your influence in this world like Societal Transformers Bootcamp. They are popular speakers who activate regional teams and individuals alike in the areas of spiritual management, civil engagement and transformed communities. To find out more about the Wilsons and interactive online training opportunities visit watchmenarise.com.
A favorite story of ours is in 2 Chr. 20, when King Jehoshaphat saw great victory in his nation after a declared time of prayer and fasting on a national level. What is often overlooked is the training that took place in the previous chapters of 2 Chronicles. Jehoshaphat developed the first intercessory missionary team recorded in the Bible.
Jehoshaphat’s Intercessory Missionaries
During the establishment of the army, Jehoshaphat began training the people of Judah in the ways of the Lord, through a massive evangelistic movement. He strategically pulled together an evangelistic team of teachers, worshipers and praying priests to go out to the cities of Judah. He sent out five teachers, nine Levites and two priests into the cities of Judah, whose purpose was to teach the people the Book of the Law and establish worship in the land. They were discipled in the ways of the Lord. These 16 men had the assignment of preparing God’s people for service in His kingdom, civilians and soldiers alike. As a result of their efforts, the fear of the Lord fell upon the surrounding kingdoms “so that they did not make war against Jehoshaphat” (2 Chr. 17:10).
Years earlier, during King David’s reign, 24/7 worship and prayer were established at Mt. Zion, Israel’s governmental seat located in Jerusalem. Following the relational model of the tabernacle, which was staffed with Levite worshipers and priests, King Jehoshaphat took the ministry team out of the four walls of the temple and into the cities of Judah. This brilliant plan prepared an entire people group by training them in the ways of the Lord. Jehoshaphat knew that if everyone understood the word of God and honored His presence that a unified nation would develop.
Imagine if the king’s finest evangelistic outreach team appeared in your city. Imagine that he sent out teachers, worshippers, and priests to train you. That is exactly what the Lord is doing in this hour to prepare us for the battle ahead! He is sending out His word to the inhabitants of the land to equip us for peacetime and war in this day. He is preparing an army full of mighty men and women of valor who are knowledgeable in the ways of the Lord.
Where does all this preparation get us? Well, if we look at the land of Judah, we see that the fear of the Lord fell on all the kingdoms of the lands around Judah. They did not make war against Jehoshaphat! (2 Chr. 17:10) People brought gifts to him. He had all the kingdom resources he could ever want. He was set up to succeed. Like Jehoshaphat, when we follow the instructions and training of the Lord, we are positioned to succeed in establishing His kingdom reign on earth.
Learn how to be an occupying force that brings societal transformation!
In this 5-Part course you will learn about:
- INTRODUCTION TO EKKLESIA CULTURE
- KINGDOM OPERATIONS
- JUDICIAL LEGISLATION
- CIVIL GOVERNMENT
- THE POWER OF ASSEMBLY
In Jesus’ declaration in Matthew 16:13-20, he made the statement “Upon this rock I will build My church.” Church, which is Ekklesia in Greek, means more than the building where we gather on Sunday mornings. In this course we dive into the God’s intent for His Ekklesia to set societal standards and live the life of societal transformers.
We will explore in depth the word Jesus’ used for church, where it originated and what that means for us today. We will gain a clear understanding of the term ekklesia, that it is not an event, but a lifestyle. We will receive ekklesia culture habits that will reflect our call as kings and priests.
Register today for SOCIETAL TRANSFORMERS BOOTCAMP. Classes can be taken on demand at your convenience. Registration includes full access to each lesson’s curriculum and teaching videos.
One morning while I (Kimberly) was in prayer the Lord called me a hypocrite. Ouch! When I inquired as to why, He answered, “Because you rally people to pray for your city, even for your mayor, but you despise where you are.” Ouch again! The Lord continued, “You are mad at the city. You have despised the land. It should be the powers and principalities that are ruling over it that you should be dealing with!” I knew He was right.
The circumstances that brought me to Lakeland, Florida back in the 1980s were not ideal. Choices I had made resulted in years of lost dreams, a broken heart, and the overwhelming disappointment from unanswered prayers that I encountered there. Honestly, I had been looking for a way to board the next train out of town. “Maybe Texas or Virginia will be better,” I pondered. “Just get me out of here,” became the cry of my heart to the Lord. I wanted to run as far away from this place as possible. In my heart I wanted no part of it. My hurts dictated my attitude.
There I was an ordained minister travelling throughout the state and the U.S. leading worship and prayer meetings, while holding resentment toward my own city at the same time! Sounds ludicrous, doesn’t it? Yet, it was true. I had to come to terms with my sin. So, right there in that moment I chose to die to my self-justified accusations against my city. I repented for despising the land that God created. I had to ask Him to forgive me for hating the city I lived in. I had to accept the fact that the Lord had ordered my steps, and that I was there for a reason. What I thought I wanted had to die. At that moment, I chose not only to reside here, but also to invest my time and prayers into the success of my city.
Let’s get one thing straight: We cannot go to war for something we don’t believe in. Today’s common church mentality is to tolerate this earthly life until we get to Heaven because the world’s final destination is doom and destruction. This is not God’s mandate for the church. We were saved to take dominion. We must search our heart and get clear of any resentment, judgment or curses we have spoken over our city, nation, business, family or church. If we do not do that, chances are that our motives for praying will be tainted. We must come to terms with the fact that “The earth is the Lord’s and all its fullness, the world and those who dwell therein.” (Ps. 24:1) We were born and placed in our territory for such a time as this. We are called to exercise dominion where God has planted us on this side of eternity.
We will know when we’ve come to this this place. Until we get here, we must be aware of our heart motives in battle. You see, if we lay down our lives for our city, then we no longer filter our prayers and actions through our own desires. Our eyes and ears will be tuning to the Lord and we will pray and do what He is doing on the earth. It’s no longer prayers that demand our will be done. Our prayer lives will declare, “Lord, Your will be done!”
To read more, get your copy of Preparing for Battle: Developing a Lifestyle of a Victorious Prayer Warrior by Kimberly J. & Richard C. Wilson on Amazon or Kindle today.