Join us live online from June 17th-20th 2021 for
The Restoration of All Things 3 – Ascending Higher.

Mike Parsons will again be hosting the event from Barnstaple, UK, with regular guests Nancy Coen and Lindy Strong.

This year they will be joined by Jonathan Cavan. Jonathan is a light-bearing warrior called to dispel darkness and declare freedom over nations. He has worked at Microsoft, as a pastor and as a business owner. Jonathan loves to bring freedom by busting lies and revealing truth: he has a passion for research and is founder of Liebusters.

Jonathan will be sharing his journey of discovery into the Restoration of all Things.  He will show how God is calling creation into truth and freedom by busting some big lies and slaying some sacred cows. Hang on to your seats!

Book your place!

Just as last year, there are two levels of participation, Zoom or Live Stream:

  • join the live Zoom meetings, allowing you to take part in the discussion and question and answer sessions scheduled throughout the event. This is the closest anyone can get to actually being there in person! The cost is £150 GBP (£200 for couples) and places are strictly limited.

If you order a couple’s ticket, please also email us with the second person’s name and contact details.

  • get the conventional live stream option if you only wish to watch. The cost of this is £100 GBP (£150 for couples).
    You will see and hear everything (including all the Q and A sessions), but unlike the Zoom tickets, these live stream tickets do NOT allow you to join the actual Zoom call. If you wish to ask questions yourself in the live Question and Answer sessions, you will require a Zoom ticket.

If you order a couple’s ticket, please also email us with the second person’s name and contact details.


ALL tickets include access to stream and download the recordings afterwards.
The streaming video is normally ready a few minutes after each session closes. Downloads will be added after the event.


Sessions will run on Thursday evening and Friday to Sunday mornings, afternoons and evenings UK time (British Summer Time = UTC+1).
Catch-up is available if you miss anything!


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Please use an online time zone converter to find the times in your own location.

Recordings of events from previous years are also available.