Ronnette Cooper is the director of the Burn Internship and on the senior leadership of the Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace. She is a native Virginian, and graduated from the University of Mary Washington, here in Fredericksburg, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Cross Cultural Studies. She also is a certified teacher with Virginia Middle School Language Arts and Social Studies. She has been actively involved in ministry since 1997, and over the years her leadership in the church has been substantial as she has taken on roles in youth ministry, Mars Hill, teaching, and missions including leading teams to Romania, Bosnia and Israel. In addition, Ronnette has been instrumental in developing and teaching our Sozo” course, which focuses on training and releasing others in the supernatural power of God. Ronnette has a profound prophetic gifting operating in her life, as well as a huge capacity to love which has touched many, and a teaching gift that is proven and effective. Ronnette’s passion and desire is to see the manifest presence of God dwelling and operating in cities and nations across the world and training of others to operate in prophetic ministry, healing, and deliverance.
From left to right: Mary Bridgwood, Jamie Koschmeder, Jenny Hislop, Johanna Kasbohm, James Bain, Bethany Tombley, Sebastian Angulo, Cora Dawn Larkin, Neil McGuire, Dustin Hughes, Daniel Lewis
Neil McGuire is from Culpeper Virginia. I have been serving as an Intercessory Missionary for a year and a half with The Prayer furnace. I completed The Burn Internship during the spring season in 2011. I have a heart to see prophetic music spread like wildfire across the body of Christ, and to see sons and daughters plucked from ungodly living and awakened to love for Jesus.