Joe Clifford, Head Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Dallas will explore how different interpretations of the gospel shape the tone and purpose of our prophetic speech.

We’ll look at what makes speech effective, and how we know if it’s “worked”.

  • What is Prophecy?
  • Definition of the Prophetic voice?
  • Contrasting Prophetic voices?
  • How do we know if Prophetic Voices are working?
  • Hearing Prophecy as an individual vs. hearing Prophecy as a people?
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