OUR MINISTRY IDENTITY
Core Value: The Prophecy Club calls people to holiness in Jesus Christ.
Core Purpose: The Prophecy Club is called to promote holiness through prophetic information and insight.
Mission Statement: The Prophecy Club exists to provide information, insight, and products with a prophetic warning message.
Basic Doctrine: Jesus is the Christ, the son of the living God who died on the cross and arose three days later. He is "the way, the truth, and the life" and "no man cometh unto the Father, but by [Him]" (John 14:6).
In June 1993, a local Christian radio station in Topeka, Kansas, suggested to Stan Johnson that he present a 15-minute daily broadcast on Bible prophecy. Stan, who for the past 22 years had been in sales and had been an instructor for the last 13 years, accepted the offer. He began by playing excerpts from nationally recognized Bible prophecy experts. The Prophecy Club program gained popularity quickly and soon expanded to a 30-minute broadcast. In September that year, Stan left his full-time job to devote himself to developing The Prophecy Club.
The objectives of The Prophecy Club were -- and still are -- simple yet vital to the body of Christ:
As Stan led the ministry in its infancy, The Prophecy Club expanded by taking its radio show first to Kansas City and then to many other stations around the country. The radio show was soon heard on more than 80 radio stations, with programs being broadcast two to four times a day. A daily television broadcast followed and reached an audience of nearly 25 million people.
In January 1994, The Prophecy Club began a new venture as it invited a prophecy speaker to Topeka to hold a meeting. The meeting was a success as 110 people attended, excited to hear information on Bible prophecy.
As The Prophecy Club grew, it began to hold monthly meetings in major cities where attendees could gather to hear America's best speakers and prophets. Each speaker's session was videotaped, and the audio portion was then edited for broadcast on The Prophecy Club radio show. Videos of the sessions were offered to help The Prophecy Club cover radio time.
The monthly meetings continued to gain popularity, and they were soon being help in 40 major cities, with approximately 5,000 people attending the meetings each month.
In 1998, God called Stan and his wife Leslie to start a church in Topeka. Since then, the Spirit of Prophecy Church has grown and expanded, with congregations in five cities throughout the nation. It is a Spirit-filled, five-fold ministry church where the prime directive is to "Teach, Train, and Equip God's Saints to Do the Work of the Ministry."
Today, The Prophecy Club is ready for all that God has planned for this life-changing ministry. During one four-year period of ministry, The Prophecy Club saw 3,140 new commitments to Christ and nearly 24,000 people rededicate their lives to the Lord. However, with God's help, The Prophecy Club expects to accomplish even more for His Kingdom!