The Heart of the Father

The Heart of the Father

This year’s Heart of the Father scriptural foundation is Micah 2:13 (AMP) “The breaker [the Messiah, who opens the way] shall go up before them [liberating them]. They will break out, pass through the gate and go out; So, their King goes on before them, The Lord at their head.

2 Samuel 5:20

So David went to Baal Perazim and there he defeated the Philistines. He said, “The Lord has broken through my enemies like a flood.” And so that place is called Baal Perazim.

The Theme: Christ the Breaker & the Lord of the Breakthrough

We will begin Friday, June 7 with spontaneous and prophetic praise and worship open to the public. Friday night we will be our Regalia! We dance before the Breaker as He breaks open the way. Prophetic Artist and musical guest, Darius and Jenn Gatling and team will bring the sound from heaven! If you have a garment wear it if you don’t it’s ok, if you have worship tools bring them!

On Saturday, it will be a day of dance instruction and movement backed by the Word of God. Dress comfortably and be prepared to move!

A Note from the Founder of Deborah and Company

Shift your mindset with movement! Solidify thought processes, by casting down imaginations and everything that exalts itself against what you KNOW to be true. There are some situations and circumstances we just cannot handle alone. We are made to be dependent upon our Great King, The Lord of the Breakthrough. Sometimes we just have to be still and know that He is God. God is saying he wants us to be still in our emotions, but to move in him. Don’t be moved by what you see hear or even think. He will deal with the enemy- the one who opposes. This is not a matter of conquest but one of deliverance. Father God, wants to break old mindsets, remove blockages and blockades, set you free, liberate you into your position. After all, this is what Christ died for!

The Heart of the Father is a safe place for the worshipper to express themselves through movement and discussion, to learn technique and to sharpen their craft.