School of Dream Interpretation Planned Nov. 6-7
Thursday, October 22, 2009 6:52 am.
In the Old Testament book of Joel, God states that He will communicate with people through their dreams.
Minister Robin Hardin of Encouraging Echoes Ministries, in partnership with Lebanon Aglow Community Lighthouse, will conduct a two-day School of Dream Interpretation Friday Nov. 6, and Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009.
The two-day dream interpretation school will take place in the Joseph’s Storehouse Chapel, at 1960 S.E. Tater Peeler Road, in Lebanon TN. The Friday night session will begin at 7 p.m. and the Saturday session will begin at at 9 a.m.
“The Bible is rich with examples of messages received from God through dreams and visions,” Hardin says. She sites Abraham, the patriarch of the Jewish people; prophets Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Zachariah; Jacob, Laban and Joseph; Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, and King Solomon.
One such example is found in the Old Testament book of Daniel. The King of Babylon had had a dream and wanted to know what it meant. None of his advisors or wise men could tell him what the dream meant. God explained the dream and its meaning to Daniel, who then shared the meaning with the King.
“In dreams, God’s voice is not blocked by our logical, conscious mind, says Hardin, who has interpreted hundreds of dreams and visions. “Although God speaks through symbols, He’s faithful to reveal their hidden messages and purposes.”
Hardin will deliver Biblical teaching and scripture confirming that dreams and their interpretation come from God. Participants attending the school will learn to record and remember their dreams, to understand the meaning of their dreams, to interpret their own dreams and the dreams of others, and to hear God speak through this exciting channel of communication.
Kevin Breckenridge of Lifting Up the Name Ministries, and a worship leader for over 20 years, will lead Praise and Worship for the Friday night session. Recording artist Jonathan Porter will lead Praise and Worship for the Saturday session.
Registration is $35 per person or $50 per couple at the door.
For more information, call Joyce Breazeale at (615) 587-2780 or Mary Ellen McFadden at (615) 444-3401.