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Struggling to work out what you can craft given your current limitations?

Looking for some additional ideas?

Have you thought about trying prophetic consultation?

The aim of prophetic consulting is to help you overcome obstacles. In the first few minutes, you and the consultant define the problem and then the consultant asks you questions while listening to God at the same time. The aim is to help you work out what is the next step in resolving the problem.

Booking a consultation

When you click the button below you will be taken to the shopping cart. Once you have paid you will be taken to a scheduling system called Calendly. First chose a day then a time and confirm. You will then need to enter your contact details into Calendly and answer the question about what sort of breakthrough you are looking for. Finally, click on schedule event. You will receive an email confirmation with a link to a Zoom meeting in it.

As the consultation will be held using Zoom., at the very minimum, you will need a microphone to be able to answer questions. A webcam is much better as it is far better if we can see each other.

What sort of problems does a prophetic consultation help you resolve?

It depends on the consultant. Susan’s background is helping people find ways of starting projects that transform society. She used to teach IT in a college in the days before it was considered remedial education which was when she qualified as a teacher of adults. Since then she has completed a variety of other certificates that qualify her to teach other subjects including business startup.

Frequently Asked Questions

is prophetic counselling just for Christians?

No. Think about it. If God was not willing to help or support not-yet Christians no one would ever become a Christian.

What is the difference between prophecy and prophetic consultancy?

Prophecy is forth-telling. It is sharing what God is saying about something often about life in the church.

Prophetic consultancy is different it is crafting a breakthrough on a specific issue using prophecy as a tool. The aim is to solve a specific question. It is simply another way of using the gifts God has given human beings

What Prophetic consulting is not?

It is not inner healing although you may realize that this is what is needed to resolve your problem..

It is not counselling. There are other people who are better placed to talk with you about your problems. Prophetic consultancy is about solving one specific issue and recognising what the next step is.

It is not coaching. Coaching is about holding you to account and setting goals that you are expected to meet.

It is not prayer time.

Why is there a charge for prophetic consultancy?

If you approached a consultant for help to resolve a problem and they used any other method you would expect to pay for their time and input. They may even use the prophetic as a tool without you knowing depending on their background. You are paying for a consultant to help you resolve a problem.

BTW did you know that kings went to see prophets in the Old Testament and took gifts as they valued the way that the prophet used their prophetic gifting solved their problem. How do you think the prophets used to pay their bills?

Who has helped you develop your prophetic gifting?

I was introduced to the idea of moving in the prophetic in the 1990s. The church I was a member of had quite a bit of input from Christian International. and their prophets did regular teaching and training weekends. CI was founded by Bill Hamon who is one of the longest lasting prophetic ministers. He has celebrated 60 years as an ordained.

Life got crazy for a few years. When I found my feet again I started attending classes offered by North Atlantic Streams. These used the materials developed by the late John Paul Jackson.

More recently I have been developing myself and my gifting with the help of Keith Ferrante and his Emerging Prophets training courses.

My influences are not all based in America. During the lockdown of 2020 I discovered the British Isles Council of Prophets and followed them on Facebook as well as re-discovering the Glasgow Prophetic Centre.

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