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Norfolk Christian coach to train on dream interpretation

Michelle Smith, who has decades of experience equipping others in ministry, is leading a training day in Norwich for the Norfolk School of Prophets on dream interpretation.

On Saturday, July 20, 10am-4pm the Norfolk School of Prophets will welcome back Michelle Smith to teach about dream interpretation. Michelle has until recently, with her husband Rod, been an Assistant Director of Morning Star Ministries Europe and prior to that Pastors of the Glory Tribe church in Poringland.

The session is called ‘God Speaks to You in Your Dreams: What’s He Saying and How?’. It is the second part of Michelle’s teaching with the Norfolk School of Prophets on dream interpretation. A recap of the first session will bring newcomers up to speed.

The session will cover different categories of dream, the true importance of dreams, colours and meanings in dreams and moving forward with dreams.

Michelle said: “There are so many hidden parabolic things within dreams. I find them fascinating. I’ve been recording my dreams for the past 8 years or more. I’m on my 5th Dream Journal. I’ve learnt so much about myself, and about how God wants to speak to me; things I need to sort out in own life, and it's just been really helpful for me to learn how to interpret my own dreams and then how to help others interpret their own.”

The event will take place at New Hope Christian Centre Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2HX.

Registration and coffee will begin at 9.45am Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided but please bring your own lunch.

The day costs £7.50 at the door and there is no need to book.  There will also be a love gift offering for the workers.

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