Launched in 2008, WhatsNewInTheProphetic.com offers Prophetic Teaching, Prophetic Training and Prophetic Mentoring to equip the Body of Christ in the Prophetic.
What’s new in the prophetic? This is a question that many who love the prophetic and who are longing for more in the prophetic are asking. This is no surprise because most people in the prophetic ministry are expressive in temperament. So they easily get fed up with monotony. They are always striving for more, for new hopes and dreams, new understanding and knowledge. So it is perfectly normal that you keep asking yourself what’s new? In the prophetic you are allowed to dream and ask such questions.
Today it is a fact that God is raising his end times prophets to take their place in the church. Wherever you look you can see prophets. But unfortunately there are very little true prophetic teaching and prophetic training programs on the prophetic ministry out there. You are here because you are looking for answers about the prophetic or the prophetic ministry. What’s new in the prophetic.com has been raised up by the Lord to help you find both those answers and your place in the prophetic.
One of the main goals and purposes of the prophetic ministry is to bring believers to the full knowledge of the Lord Jesus-Christ through sound prophetic teaching. This involves introducing Christ to each believer and teaching them how to hear the Lord for themselves. But you know, you cannot introduce someone you don’t know. Before John the Baptist could introduce Christ to Israel, He had to have a revelation of who Jesus was first. In the same way the prophet has to know Christ before he/she can introduce Him to the church. Knowing Christ involves knowing His love and developing an intimate relationship with Him. The prophet is called to show the Bride the beauty of Her Groom and to lead her by the hand and encourage Her to fall in love with Jesus.
If you have been looking for sound prophetic teaching that is grounded in the Word of God, the I would like to encourage to stick around.