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Apostle Betty Pulver

Apostle Betty Pulver, Muscogee Creek citizen of Tulsa, Ok. Ministers alongside with her husband, Apostle Alan Pulver at Covenant Harvest Ministries for 20 Years.
She is very much involved with intercessory prayer, teaching spiritual warfare, coordinates the Women of Destiny conferences and has attended SWAT (Strategic Warriors at Training) At Two Rivers. Participates with the Intertribal Prayer Network, praying for the Muscogee Creek Nation and has coordinated MCN National Day of Prayer annually for 20 years.
Betty has ministered on reservations in Canada, North and South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Betty has a heart for all people to be saved, set free, delivered, and filled with the holy spirit.

Christie Glesener

Christie, is an ordained minister, married 42 years, accountant, author, and President of Shofar International Foundation, a ministry to the Jews and Muslims in Israel, and multiple nations.
Christie travels nations training women and leaders about Israel, the Holy Spirit and How to Overcome Life's daily challenges of fear, depression, loneliness, and financial issues using God's Word and gifts to administer deliverance, healing, break bondages and restore their lives to fullness
She has authored articles, dramas, TV programs and teachings to help women hear God's voice, experience His love and move in His power in an intimate way. God wants to use women today to impact their families, cities, and nation with the Overcoming Life, Love and Power of God.


Kathy Branzell

Kathy Branzell serves as the President of the National Day of Prayer (NDP) Task Force. She has served as a longtime member of the Board of Directors, having led and served alongside Vonette Bright, Shirley Dobson, Anne Graham-Lotz, and Dr. Ronnie Floyd.
Along with her work on behalf of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, she was the founder and president of Fellowship and Christian Encouragement (FACE) for Educators where she authored seventeen years of weekly scripture reading, prayer prompts and devotionals for educators to use to use in their weekly prayer meetings throughout the school year. She is the author of four books including, An Invitation to Prayer; Developing a Lifestyle of Intimacy with God; 40 Days of Love: A Prayer-Care-Share Devotional; Prayer Warrior: the Battle Plan to Victory; An Apple a Day: 365 Day devotional for Teachers; and co-author of A Prayer Warrior's Guide to Spiritual Battle. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education and Human Development from the University of Georgia, and her Master’s degree in Biblical Studies from Liberty Theological Seminary. She has served as a Rapid Response Chaplin for the Billy Graham Evangelical Association, and the National Coordinator of LOVE2020 and National Facilitator for the Mission America Coalition (Now The Table Coalition)
Kathy has two grown children and lives in Atlanta, Georgia. With her husband Russ.

Dr. Negiel Bigpond

Dr. Negiel Bigpond is a full blood Euchee/Yuchi Native American whose family was on the Trail of Tears.
His Yuchi name is Au was day, which means Sky Hunter, One Who Seeks Vision.
Having been in ministry for over 30 years as both an evangelist and a pastor, Dr. Bigpond has been fortunate enough to share the gospel with the people of over 200 Native American/First Nation reservations. He is currently serving as Apostle of Morning Star Church of All Nations and gives apostolic oversight to other churches on and off reservations in America.
Dr. Bigpond played an active role in the development of a joint resolution of apology to Native peoples for ill-conceived policies by the U.S. government regarding Indian Tribes; frequently traveling to Washington D.C. to work with Senator Sam Brownback (Ret.) of Kansas.
In light of his tireless work with the resolution, Charisma Magazine named Dr. Bigpond one of the Ten Most Influential Christian Leaders of 2006.
Dr. Bigpond is also on the boards of tnumerous ministries:

Dr. Bigpond has also published several books and is currently authoring a book dealing with forgiveness, not only from the Native American perspective of historical atrocities but, also the spiritual significance of forgiveness as it relates to all people.


Thursday August 12th
6:00 - 7:00PM Registration
7:00 - 7:30PM
Praise and Worship
7:30 - 8:30PM
Betty Pulver
Conclusion and Prayer

Friday August 13th
7:00 - 7:30PM Praise and Worship
7:30 - 8:30PM
Christie Glesener
Conclusion and Prayer

Saturday August 14th
10:00a - 10:15AM Praise and Worship
10:15 - 11:15AM
Betty Pulver
11:15 - 12:30PM

12:30 - 12:45PM
Praise And Worship
12:45 - 1:45PM
Christie Glesener
1:45 - 2:00PM

2:00 - 2:15PM
Praise and Worship
2:15 - 3:15PM
Kathy Branzell
3:15 - 3:30PM Break

3:30 - 3:45PM
Praise and Worship
3:45 - 4:45PM
Kathy Branzell
4:45 - 5:00PM Conclusion


Morning Star Evangelistic Center Hectorville, OK 74047Address: 14248 Hectorville Road, Mounds, OK 74047

South Highway 75 past Glenpool to Hectorville Road/South 221
st Street –
turn left (East) and go 4.8 miles .
South on Memorial Dr. through Bixby past Allen Ranch
to South 221
st Street.
Turn right (West) drive about 2.5 miles
Call: 918 366-6735 for more information.

Registration by phone and on site
Call Jan on Tuesday through Friday
10:30AM to 2:30/3:00PM at 918 366-6735 ext 8

Cost for one night in Morning Star dorm is $25.00
Pay at registration. (Limited lodging)
Hotels; Glenpool Comfort Inn Special Rate $69.00 night
918 - 995-2225
Bixby Hampton Special Rate $69.00 night
855 797-6733
Mention Morning Star Ministry to get discount
Glenpool Holiday Inn Express
833 - 962-1971
Hotel Glenpool 918 - 518-6000
Quality Inn Glenpool 877 - 424-6423