John Paul Jackson

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John Paul Jackson, Author, Speaker, Founder of Streams Ministries International

John Paul Jackson is an author, teacher, conference speaker and founder of Streams Ministries International. Jackson often focuses on supernatural topics like dreams, visions, and dream interpretation as found in the Bible.[1] He has developed a number of prophetic training courses. He is the host of Dreams & Mysteries with John Paul Jackson found on Daystar. He is also a recurring guest on many shows that include The 700 Club, Sid Roth's It's Supernatural, Benny Hinn's This Is Your Day program, and Joni Lamb's Table Talk among others. He was a member of the controversial Kansas City Prophets, whose practice and doctrine came under fire in the 1980s and '90s.[2] He is the founder of Streams Ministries International, a Christian group that deals especially with the practice known as prophecy. Jackson's career has spanned more than 20 years. He served as the senior pastor of two churches, and he has also served on the pastoral staff at the Vineyard Movement's Christian Fellowship in Anaheim, California (with John Wimber) and at the former Metro Christian Fellowship in Kansas City, Missouri (with Mike Bickle).

In 1997, Jackson launched The Streams Institute for Spiritual Development, a training program for mentoring those who claim to have revelatory gifts. By 2003, more than 12,000 students had enrolled in his courses, which have been held in Canada, Scotland, Poland, England, Switzerland, and Ukraine. In the summer of 2001, Jackson moved his headquarters to the Lake Sunapee region of New Hampshire. In 2008, Jackson relocated the ministry headquarters to the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area.

The Coming Perfect Storm[edit]

In what Jackson refers to as a revelation from the Lord, he released a statement in 2008 called The Coming Perfect Storm.[3] In this statement, he spoke of a time coming to America and the world where economic, military, religious, political, and geophysical issues and events would occur in a relatively small period of time to make up a perfect storm of calamity. This statement was made public in July 2008, months before the stock market and banking crisis of 2008.[4]

Recently, Jackson was a guest on Sid Roth's It's Supernatural! radio and television program which aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network, The Inspiration Network, GOD TV, Daystar and other regional television stations.[5] In the interview, Jackson describes in detail the events that were revealed to him. "I saw the year 2010 was going to be very difficult, especially as you get further into 2010. I saw the year, I kept hearing an angel saying in a deep loud voice, 'The woes of 2012. The woes of 2012. The woes of 2012.' I don’t know what those woes are, Sid. The angel did not tell me about those woes. But there was more emphasis on those woes than almost anything else that I was given."[6] In a more recent web video series called "The Perfect Storm Revisited", Jackson elaborated more on his original message. In this video, he clarified his earlier statements regarding the year 2012. While stating he still did not know the details of what these "woes" were, he affirmed that he did not believe it would be anything on an apocalyptic or global destructive scale (making a reference to the film 2012). [7]

The subject of The Perfect Storm has been discussed on multiple mainstream television programs, including Joni Table Talk,[8][9] and Sid Roth's, It's Supernatural![10][11][12] John Paul Jackson also hosts a monthly live webinar through his Institute for Spiritual Development (ISD), where he often speaks on current and future events that support the initial prophecy.[13]

Preparing for the Perfect Storm[edit]

Preparing for The Perfect Storm[14] is a John Paul Jackson resource developed to assist with preparing[15] for The Perfect Storm's[16][17] five elements. It does so by referencing spiritual and practical material, while acting as a portal to news articles that support the prophecies that were first spoken in 2008.

The prophecies pertaining to the Perfect Storm have been broken down categorically, as have the news aggregated articles. Periodically, a member of Streams Ministries, which was founded by John Paul Jackson, will write an article under the heading, Symptoms of the Storm, which is intended to bring a compilation of articles together as evidence of The Perfect Storm. He considers mediums and other spiritists to be people with "divine" gifts that they have misused. Some Christians consider this view as heresy while others say there is [indirect] scriptural support for it.


John Paul Jackson has written several read books, many of which have been translated in several languages. He has also developed training resources and produced many CD and DVD series, among them:



Courses authored and developed by John Paul Jackson[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Biography". Streams Ministries International. Retrieved November 19, 2009. 
  2. ^ Bill Jackson The Quest for the Radical Middle (Cape Town: Vineyard, 1999) chapter 13
  3. ^ Jackson, John Paul (August 2008). "Prophetic Bulletin". Retrieved November 19, 2009. 
  4. ^ Jackson, John Paul (December 23, 2008). "Prophetic Insight from Charisma". Strang Communications. Retrieved November 19, 2009. 
  5. ^ "[with John Paul Jackson August 24–30, 2009]". [Supernatural]. Season 7. Episode 32. August 24–30, 2009.
  6. ^ "[with John Paul Jackson August 24–30, 2009]". [Supernatural]. Season 7. Episode 32. 2009-08-24. p. 4.
  7. ^ The Perfect Storm Revisited: Part 2
  8. ^ John Paul talks about the Perfect Storm on Joni Table Talk
  9. ^ Daystar, On Demand
  10. ^ John Paul talks about the Perfect Storm with Sid Roth, Dec 2010
  11. ^ John Paul talks about the Perfect Storm with Sid Roth, Oct 2011
  12. ^ Sid Roth's, It's Supernatural!
  13. ^ ISD Live with John Paul Jackson
  14. ^ Preparing For The Perfect Storm, A John Paul Jackson Resource
  15. ^ Lutheran Renewal, The Beginning Winds of the Storm
  16. ^ John Paul Jackson. "The Perfect Storm by John Paul Jackson: Part 1." WSTK-ITV - Awe TV. Jan 10, 2009. Retrieved Feb 20, 2012.
  17. ^ The Truth, Support for the fulfillment of John Paul's prophecies