Steps to Personal Revival - Being filled with the Holy Spirit

Steps to Personal Revival - Being filled with the Holy Spirit

Area 8 - Day of Fellowship 2019

29 September 2019 Ipswich, United Kingdom


29 September 2019 10:00 AM
29 September 2019 05:00 PM
Evangelistic, Other
South England
Free places


This year we welcome our keynote sepaker Dr. Helmut Haubeil author of the book: Steps To Personal Revival - Being filled with the Holy Spirit. Dr. Helmut Haubeil is encouraging all attendees to read the book ahead of this event so he can answer any questions that you may have on the day in one of the Q&A sessions scheduled throughout the day. 

The programme for the day will also include a:

  • Youth & Teens Section - Led by Pastor Anthony Fuller

  • Children's section - Led by Area 8 Children's Ministry Coordinators.

Free registry: Eventbrite

Please read the book ahead of this event. Download your free copy of Steps To Personal Revival - Being filled with the Holy Spirit and read ahead of this event.

For an insight of what his book is about, please refer to the following excerpt, taken from Page 9 of the "FOREWORD FOR LEADERS AND FUTURE LEADERS"

"Dear Leader,

Do you want your area to grow spiritually and numerically? But is this really possible today? Yes, it is definitely possible. How?

“What you intend, you will not succeed by the power of an army and not by human power: No, my spirit will effect it! I promise, the LORD Almighty God.”(Zech.4:6 Hfa)

How is this supposed to happen? I think we all still have to learn here. Do we also want to learn from the experiences of others? I'm convinced of it. May the Lord show us all the entire way through his Spirit. The shared experiences through “Steps to Personal Revival” show that this booklet can be of valuable assistance. But spiritual and numerical growth requires more than just reading a booklet once or distributing it. It is necessary to put the presented elements of a revival into practice. It needs your heart’s involvement. I dare say: Your area will only go as far as you go. No one can guide another, unless he himself has gone on the path before. Our lives, our prayers, our testimonies, our conversations, our influence and our sermons will be used by God. In fact, multiple reading seems to be a key: Educational research has shown that it is necessary to read such a crucial theme for our lives six to ten times before you understand it thoroughly. Try it at least once. The result will convince you."


What can I bring into the event?

Attendess are encourage to bring food and drink as this event is self catered.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, only if you are unable to bring the electronic version on a mobile device. Please do not print if you have access to your email from a mobile device. 

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

No, the name on the ticket will be used as a roll call for safety purposes or in the
event of any emergency on the day. Should you need to transfer your ticket please update the ticket information on Eventbrite with the new attendees details.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

By Car: For Sat Nav systems please enter our postcode IP3 8UH.

From the A14: Trinity Park is on the outskirts of Ipswich, just off the A14. From the A14 take the exit sign-posted Lowestoft A12 and Ipswich East. At the roundabout take the A1156 towards Ipswich. (From the West this will be the third exit and you will pass under the flyover, from the East this will be the first exit). Travel for a little over a mile, passing a Honda Garage on your right, until you come to a roundabout. Take the third exit at the roundabout to enter Trinity Park.

From the South – London, Chelmsford & Colchester: Travel along the A12 until it joins the A14 and follow signs for Felixstowe, traveling over the Orwell Bridge. Follow directions from the A14 detailed above.

From the North – Lowestoft & Great Yarmouth: Exit the A12 at the Seven Hills Roundabout, pass under the bridge (A14) and follow the A1156 towards Ipswich. Travel a little over a mile, passing a Honda Garage on your right, until you come to a roundabout. Take the third exit at the roundabout to enter Trinity Park.

By rail: Trinity Park is 5 miles from Ipswich railway station. There are regular services to London, Norwich and Cambridge.

By bus: There are bus connections from Ipswich and Felixstowe via routes: 75, 76, 77. Suffolk on Board can provide bus times, your nearest bus route and connections.

We look forward to seeing you all.


Helmut Haubeil

Helmut Haubeil is a businessman and pastor. After successfully working as general manager of a shipping company, he answered God’s call at the age of 37 and became a church pastor for 16 years. He then managed the Adventist retirement community in Bad Aibling. Since his retirement, he is the manager of 'Förderkreis Mission' (of that church). He oversees several projects like church planting through pioneers in local and foreign areas (Central Asia and Germany), editing and publishing 'Missionsbrief' (Mission Letter), and spreading revival literature. He does not regard himself as the author of the booklet 'Steps to Personal Revival' rather a tool in God’s hand.

Registration was possible until 29/09/2019!


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Trinity Park
Felixstowe Road
IP3 8UH, Ipswich
United Kingdom

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