Walking with the Holy Spirit -- Allen Park, MI

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Every follower of Christ wants to be effective in service to Jesus. Learn how to receive guidance and direction as you cooperate with the Holy Spirit.

One of the greatest benefits of our salvation has to be that of hearing God speak to us personally.

“How can I hear God?” Sometimes you ask that question differently: “How can I discern God’s voice?” or “How can I tell that God is speaking to me?” or “How can I learn to hear God’s voice more clearly?”

Jesus promises us: “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me” (John 10:27). God wants to speak to us, and yes, you can learn to hear His voice. If you want to hear God’s voice, then you must get to know God as a person. 

At this conference, you’ll learn from Scripture different ways God speaks to people through the Holy Spirit. Then you’ll learn ways to discern God’s voice and step out in obedient faith to the promptings of the Holy Spirit.

At this conference, through practical experience and biblical teaching, you’ll learn clear steps in cooperating with the Holy Spirit and walk into a life of dynamic cooperation with God to advance His Kingdom. Open to pastors, church leaders, laypeople from the community both near and far.

Date and Time

October 18 - October 21, 2017.

Registration opens at 4pm and we'll finish with lunch on the 21st.


Grace Church

7215 Pelham Rd, Allen Park, MI 48101, USA


$40.00 per person will include all your meals.

Many Hotels and Motels in the "Down River/Metro Area" near church for you to choose from.  You are responsible for your own lodging.


All events organized by PRMI are offering based.  Registration fees cover only your room and board that the conference center.  During your event, you'll be invited to share in the vision of PRMI and give an offering towards the ministry to advance our mission of equipping people to cooperate with the Holy Spirit.  Pray about how to participate long before you arrive.


Rev. Mary Sterenberg

Mary SterenbergMary Sterenberg is pastor of pastoral care at Discovery Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids MI.  She served seven years on the board of directors for Presbyterian Reformed Ministries International (PRMI).  Mary’s passion is for the bride of Christ to be healed, holy, unified, restored, revived, and empowered! 

She served as the Prayer Mobilizer for the Christian Reformed Home Missions Great Lakes Region for eleven years, and served for ten years as Prayer Coordinator for Classis Grand Rapids South.  Mary is co-chair of the Grand Rapids CityFest Prayer Team for the Luis Palau Association. Mary resides in Caledonia, MI with her husband Bruce.  They have three grown and married children, and six grandchildren. 

Rev. Bill Kelly

Bill Kelley

Bill is a graduate of Duke University and Columbia Theological Seminary. 

He committed his life to the Lord and was called into the ministry the summer after he graduated from college.  The Kelly’s have served pastorates in South Carolina and Florida, and now are in Pennsylvania.  They enjoy the beauty of God’s creation and appreciate the different seasons of the year.    

Bill met his wife, Annette, during a seminary intern year at her home church in Wilmington, NC.  (He says that it was a wonderful intern year!)  They were married after he graduated from seminary.  Bill and Annette have four grown daughters and a yorkiepoo named Sophie. 


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Event Properties

Event Date 10-18-2017 7:00 pm
Event End Date 10-21-2017 1:30 pm
Cut off date 10-16-2017
Individual Price $40.00
Grace Church
7215 Pelham Rd, Allen Park, MI 48101, USA
Grace Church
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