‘Into the Dark Cloud’ Intensive set (April 2018)

£72.00 inc. VAT

Sons Arise Intensive #1 – Into the Dark Cloud
with Mike Parsons

Audio and slides only. No video is available.

Please note: to get the most out of this intensive set you will need to set a considerable amount of time aside to engage with God for yourself as well as to listen to the sessions. It is not a traditional ‘teaching set’ that you can listen to session after session while driving or on the train!

Going into the Dark cloud is a description of a
process of transformation
a.k.a metamorphosis
and describes where the person of God
dwells for us to engage

Sessions include;

  • Engaging the 4 chambers of the heart –
    Dance Floor, Soaking Room, the Bridal Chamber
  • Ketubah writing and Marriage Ceremony
  • Crucibles and Judgement seat – Fires of Transformation
  • Healing Father wounds
  • Redemptive Gifts
  • Soul Core issues and Separating and Reintegrating Soul and Spirit

All sessions include an audio file and PDF slides for download.

Note: If you subscribe to our Engaging God programme, you may choose instead to purchase this Intensive set from the Engaging God website. Log into the Engaging God site as usual and select ‘ SA! 02 Into the Dark Cloud Intensive set’ from the modules page (it may be on page 2). The cost is the same but the Intensive content will be delivered there in the familiar Engaging God format. You will also have access to exactly the same page of resources as you would get by purchasing the set here.

Like all our teaching sets, this item is priced in British Pounds. You can find the approximate equivalent in your own currency by visiting a site such as XE.com Currency Converter. The amount you actually pay in your own currency will typically be a little higher than such web tools suggest. This is beyond our control – we actually receive slightly less than the price advertised.

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Image attribution:
The two hikers image is copyright Błażej Łyjak via 123RF Stock Photo. Used by permission.
The dark cloud image is by StockSnap via Pixabay. Used under Creative Commons CC0.