'Holy Fire' to rain down

Special to The Log

Claire Ogle Ministries & Rain Music Productions presents Holy Fire: Worship and Teaching Conference at 7 p.m. June 10 and 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 11 at the Tabernacle of His Presence, 814 Forest St. in Destin.

Claire has been serving the Lord for nearly 40 years as a teacher, counselor, mentor and speaker and has traveled extensively for mission work in Kenya and Africa with her husband Jerry Ogle. The Ogles have spent 40 + years of their marriage here in the Panhandle of Florida raising three children, six grandchildren, and two charity organizations that serve the local community.

In 1987, Jerry and Claire founded Harvest House which is a thrift store and food pantry that feeds and clothes the homeless and needy in our community. Through the Harvest House ministry, the Ogles realized there was a great need to provide more than just food and clothing; they realized that the women who were coming to them needed a loving, Christ-centered environment in which to live, heal and grow. Through this need Hosanna House was born.

Claire has an incredible heart for women who are hurting and an extensive amount of experience and knowledge working with inner healing through Jesus Christ. She has dedicated her life to helping women grow into the person that God intended them to be.

Featured at Holy Fire will be Jimmie Black whose purpose is to draw all believers, Jew and Gentile alike, to return to the heart of Hashem through worship.

Also, Jeannette Strauss will share the biblical validation along with the spiritual significance for the use of symbolic instruments such as flags, billows, tabrets, streamers, veils, shofars, and mat-tehs.

Nick Coetzee, originally from South Africa, has been composing and producing music for over 28 years and is also an experienced worship leader and teacher. He is a dynamic and powerful instructor, helping men and women achieve their God-given potential as they apply the truths that he shares with them.