ABOUT THE CONFERENCE


48 Hours of Prayer

King's Theatre

Address: 1027 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Date: January 12-14, 2018
Theme: CANCER FREE

“O Lord, revive your work in the midst of the years, in the midst of the years, Make (yourself) Known”Habakkuk 3: 2


48 Hours of Prayer is an annual event hosted by Kingdom Life Ministries International where Dr. Peter Bonadie, an anointed servant of God has seen the hands of God move in his life and the lives of many locally and internationally through intercessory prayer.

In 1996 after a season of prayer and intercession the vision to give birth to KLM, located in Brooklyn, New York became evident and this great work was started. As the work progressed, Dr. Bonadie has trained many intercessors near and abroad. As prayer became a central focus of this house, 48 Hours of Prayer was born. It has become one of KLM’s hallmarks. 48HRS of Prayer is a great way to start the New Year as Dr. Bonadie and his team seeks to train and partner with intercessors from various parts of the world. This prayer conference is known globally. Many people look forward to this empowering and life altering annual event.

In these sessions, many lives have been transformed from those that have experienced financial breakthroughs, received healing, marriage restoration, adjusted immigration statuses, births of new businesses and much, much more.

Our theme for this year is “CANCER FREE”. All of Kingdom Life, our family and our friends are enthused to receive a word from our Host Pastors Dr. Bonadie and Pastor Shelly Ann Bonadie, along with Guest Speakers Dr. Cindy Trimm, Dr. William D. Hinn, Apostle John Eckhardt and Dr. Bernard Nwaka and more


PARTNER WITH
DR. BONADIE

Join This Life-Changing Movement

By becoming a Peter Bonadie Ministries partner, you are personally helping spread the gospel to the ends of the earth. Our partners help influence areas such as the Caribbean, Africa, South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East, and neighbors right at their back door. One person can only do so much, but together, we can do so much more.



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