Ministry Schools are now on Facebook

Both Lighthouse ministry schools are now on Facebook! Come check us out + share with your friends!!

LAAXSSM: Laax School of Supernatural Ministry
LOCATION: Laax, Switzerland
DATES: November-April
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MLSSM: Mammoth Lighthouse School of Supernatural Ministry
LOCATION: Mammoth Lakes, California (USA)
DATES: October-April
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The Station Camp Goes South

Here's a post from our friends (and family) at The Station Camp, and a picture of their recent trip down 

It was a busy week for the Station Camp team! From hiking and spending time with inner city youth from @outdooroutreach to feeding and praying for homeless people in San Diego to visiting a foster boys home called Fathers Heart Ranch in Palm Desert ...and then helping serve almost 1000 hot dogs and praying for so many people at the Desert Christian Community Church last night...its been a full week! I'm so proud of them and their hearts to serve and minister with love to so many people this week. Thank you @happybythewater for lodging all of us! And thank you Outdoor Outreach, Fathers Heart Ranch and DC3 for letting us join in all the fun! #‎reachingageneration #‎bringingcamptothecity #‎thestationcamp #‎camvibes #‎lovingourcampers @jdbowman99 @bowmanpc @jacobhaataja @sierrachristine7 @rachtick @gusbillard @mdwheelus92 @jb4free


[The Station Camp is located in Mammoth Lakes, California. Check em out on the web: ]

School of Ministry Scholarships Now Available

We have a school of supernatural ministry at the Lighthouse Church in Mammoth Lakes, California. And our school is now offering scholarships for our upcoming 2015-2016 school year. School runs from Oct-April. We'd love to have ya, so have a look and apply today:



Powder, hot pools, raw fish, beautiful scenery, beautiful people....After years of having it in our hearts, Lighthouse is now answering the call to head over to Japan! We've been checking it out for a while and it's now confirmed that Lighthouse is officially planning to get established in the world-renowned powder paradise Niseko. How cool is that? Just to give you a taste, here's a little film that Dave Porter made of our trip there last February.


Lighthouse Global Japan Trip 2015 from Lighthouse Global on Vimeo.



We want to get permanently established in Niseko rather than coming and going with the seasons, but the next step will be to get people over there next winter to live family and build relationships in the area. We are super suuuuuuper excited to announce that Ryan and Lauren Harris have agreed to head this up next winter! Whaaaaaat? It's true! We wouldn't lie to you. 


This is a global thing. We want to get the whole Lighthouse Global Movement involved so talk to God and if you're at all interested in going over to Niseko next winter to shred, hang out with friends, have fun (important) and bring God's love then please get in touch with us as soon as possible! 

If you can't go this time but still want to be involved in some other way like praying, giving, encouraging or connecting us with people, or if you just want to know more we'll be stoked to hear from you too. You can contact Willy and Vince on


To finish off here's our friend JP with a little background on Jesus and the shred world in Niseko. Let's get this happening!

Moni and Willy, Jen and Vince, Lauren and Ryan


JP talks Niseko from Lighthouse Global on Vimeo

Global Summit Audio is on the Media Page

The preaching audio from this year's Global Summit is now live on the Media Library page:

Check it out--and tell your friends:)

Also, here's a couple pics of the prayer/hope tunnel from Friday morning at the conference!! We love it when people are blessed and encouraged!

Tuttle's in Nepal

Hey Guys,

You probably heard by now... but our very own Cherise + Cody Tuttle from Mammoth went to Nepal to film + photograph the climbing of Anapurna (10th highest peak in the world at over 8,000 metres (26,000 ft)). While there, a massive earthquake hit, so needless to say it all got crazy. The short version is they are all right. Here's the latest from facebook: 

"The adidas Outdoor crew arrived inPokhara yesterday. Immediately upon arrival our wonderful and ambitious leader Don Bowie went straight to work speaking to organizations about how we could help in Nepali efforts. With his efforts put forward he was able to find any amazing opportunity for our team in the Gorkha area. The area happens to be one of the most affected by the Nepali earth quake, and it's aftershocks. The zone is more volatile than most, and requires very skilled and confident workers to take on the task of reconnaissance in areas including the Gorkha district, and other areas near there that may have been affected as well. So today the team including Benjamin ErdmannJess Roskelley and Alex Barber went on a hunt for last minute items that the organization has specifically asked for. As we settle up with getting the proper gear, medicines, food and vehicles to transport the items to Gorkha, we are reaching out in all directions to friends, family, associates, and people in general that are looking to help with the cause. We are working with a local agency, and with locals to take immediate action and will be hitting the road tomorrow to put your help to use. Our amazing base camp manager Cherise Tuttle will be holding down the fort in Pokhara with our film crew Director Cody Tuttle, and our producers Scott Rogers and Echo Giesel Widmer. From there they will serve as our ground support team and will be working on fundraising, communications, media relations, aid workers support and registration well as preparing loads to be taken and brought back from the Gorkha district. Below is a link that you can go to in order to see our story, and our agenda.....all proceeds with go directly to our cause, and be put to immediate action. Spread the word! And help us make a difference! "

2nd from left = Cody, 3rd from left = Cherise

 Thanks for all your prayers, and if you'd like to get involved---please do! 

Encouraging Worship Party

Hey Friends, 

I was recently introduced to this vid by our dearest Gus Billard, and have since played it many times. It's a raw (and unedited) vid whilst the Helser's (Jonathan + Melissa) were recording a song called Never Giving Up. I've been encouraged and rocked by God over and over through the rawness and the clarity of the prophetic voices as they sing. And wanted to share it with y'all. Checkitout!

*the vid quality is not the main thing, the heart is the main thing:)