Paul wrote, “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power” (2 Corinthians 2:4). Ken Gott unpacks the story of Jesus stopping for blind Bartimaeus and answering the cry of his heart to be healed. Ken encourages us to believe for this demonstration of the Spirit’s power by stepping out of our routine, mundane and normal. Jesus has invited us to walk with this same demonstration of God’s power. This message will challenge you to press in for more, as a single miracle can be worth 100 sermons!
Scriptures: Mark 10, 1 Corinthians 2:4,
Pastor Ken Gott is the senior leader of the ‘House of Prayer Europe’ based in Sunderland, and an apostolic father to Bethshan Church – one church in several locations across the North East of England. From small beginnings as a home group leader in a small village in Country Durham, God has faithfully led him and his wife, Lois on a journey that has seen him host an incredible move of God, build an international revival ministry and experience church growth all of which has produced in them a deep and passionate heart for prayer and intercession and a great hunger for the presence of God.
Ken earnestly desires to see revival & transformation in the UK and Europe and has divided his time between investing in and building up the House of Prayer Europe providing apostolic cover to the church and serving the city by overseeing various social justice projects which he believes will bring sustained spiritual change in the ‘City of Sunderland and beyond.
Ken is also an associate of ‘Transform Our World,’ whose president is Dr Ed Silvoso where he serves the movement as their ‘European Director.’