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Jason Chin is a 3rd year graduate in good standings from Bill Johnson’s Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding Ca. He currently is a ministry partner with revivalist Kevin Dedmon at Bethel Church. Jason believes the Gospel of Jesus without power is not “good news”. Our desire is to teach, train and activate the everyday believer to live a supernatural lifestyle of love.

Jason currently co-oversees the Treasure Hunt supernatural activation at Bethel School of Supernatual Ministry (BSSM). In this activation all age groups, all personality types, all nationalities are given training to walk in the miracle working power and love of Jesus. We have seen that God loves to show up extraordinary through the everyday believer.

Jason has had the privilege of speaking at schools of supernatural evangelism around the country. He recently started training churches around the globe via SKYPE in supernatural evangelism. Jason’s main passion is for the entire body of Christ to experience heaven now and release God’s good mood everywhere they “GO”.  His favorite thing to do is to behold Jesus!

The main purpose of this website is to help you recognize Gods presence and His voice and partner with Him in loving the world. To help encourage you to step out and take risk to believe for great exploits and to glorify Jesus in our generation. 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Glory permalink
    November 5, 2011 7:31 pm

    Praise the Lord for your ministry! Thanks so much for your heart for the Kingdom Jason. This may be a random question but I noticed that you had a headphone in as you were ministering to people.. is that like anointed music, perhaps Jesusculture?

  2. Ricky Ruscillo permalink
    March 21, 2013 2:54 am

    I have the same passion for raising up revivalists here in upstate NY. I feel alone though in this calling.

  3. Vally Eaton permalink
    July 4, 2013 11:13 pm

    Wow God is good! Would be great if you guys could come to South Africa we are hungry for the supernatural.

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