January 2022

21JanAll Day22Hearing God's Voice with Dr. Mark Virkler

Event Details

Join us for a unique and interactive seminar led by Dr. Mark Virkler. He will be engaging us to learn and practice four keys to hearing God’s voice. He will lead a seminar great for anyone ages 8 and up on Friday night and all day Saturday as we enter into our Prophetic Weekend.

Event Details:
Friday, January 21 | 6:00–9:00 p.m. and Saturday, January 22 | 9:00–4:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 per adult | $8 per child aged 8+
Register online at https://ephratacommunity.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1092038

Mark and Patti Virkler have co-authored 50+ books. Their writings are unique in that they are designed to draw the learner into revelation-based learning.

They met while at Roberts Wesleyan College in North Chili, N.Y. and married during their third year. Before they graduated, both experienced the baptism of the Holy Spirit, becoming Charismatic and wholly committed to the Spirit-filled lifestyle. They graduated in 1974, Patti graduating magna cum laude.

Mark has received a Master of Theology from Miami Christian University and a Ph.D. from Carolina Christian University. He has also been included in “Who’s Who in the World” many years since 2000, and “Who’s Who in American Education” in 2006. Patti has received a Master of Ministry and Doctorate of Ministry from Vision International University.

Their focus has never been on degrees, but simply growing to maturity in the Lord. Degrees are viewed as incidental accomplishments and signposts along the road of life which can sometimes open up people’s hearts and minds to hear, listen and learn what they have to share.

They have two children, Charity and Joshua. Patti homeschooled both of them from kindergarten to 12th grade, after which they went on to earn degrees through Christian Leadership University, of which Mark is the founder and President and Patti is the Academic Dean.


January 21 (Friday) - 22 (Saturday)

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