Prayer and Intercession weekend retreats, as well as L-10-T Weekend courses are also available. Details for these courses are set out below.

Place: ICP, 7 1st Avenue, Lambton, Germiston.
Phone: 071 493 4543 for gate to be opened
Presenter: Willem Joubert (CV on website)
Language: English (Afrikaans is an option if the courses are presented in a requested location)

Denominational bias: The courses are intended for believers from any Bible believing Christian denomination that at least endorses the Creed of Nicea. The courses do not focus on beliefs that which highlights denominational differences. The basis is the Bible as the Word of God.

What to bring: Your Bible, pen and notebook (and the materials of the previous course, should you attend an advanced course such as L-10-TB or advanced prayer)

Schedule A: Friday: 18:30 - 21:00 (2 contact hours) Saturday: 8:30 - 17:30 (7 contact hours) (Light lunch included) Sunday: 8:30 - 13:00 (4 contact hours) Total: 13 contact hours

Or B: Friday: 18:30 - 21:00 (2 contact hours) Saturday: 8:30 - 21:00 (10,5 contact hours) (Light lunch and dinner included) Total: 12,5 contact hours

Or C Friday: 18:30 - 21:00 (2 contact hours) Saturday: 8:30 - 17:30 (7 contact hours) (Light lunch included) Sunday: 8:30 - 15:00 (5,5 contact hours) (Light lunch included) Total: 14,5 contact hours

For L-10-T there will be two different weekends running on schedule A (initially).

Weekend type A: L-10-TA:
  • Learn how to do L-10-T
  • The outcome will be that the student will be able to do L-10-T every day and will be able to make it a lifestyle of prayer, care and share.
Weekend type A: L-10-TB:
  • Learn how to teach others (including children) to do L-10-T
  • The outcome will be that the student will know how to teach L-10-T, know the lesson behind the lesson and will know how to teach in different settings such as congregations, schools, prisons and organisations. The student will have the tools to become an L-10-T Trainer or Master Trainer.

Prerequisite: L-10-TA
L-10-T A and B are also available online

Prayer and Intercession

Prayer and Intercession is presented in three courses:

  1. Introduction to Prayer (IP) (Retreat Style Schedule A)
  2. L-10-TA (Retreat style as described above or online)
  3. Advanced Prayer (AP) (Retreat Style Schedule A)

Introduction to Prayer (IP)

The IP course is intended for believers who want to know more about Prayer and Intercession and how to improve their way of doing it. The modules covered are amongst others:

  • What is prayer?
  • Why pray?
  • The model prayer.
  • Different types of prayer and intercession.
  • Listening Prayer
  • How to improve your prayer life from where you are.

Outcomes: The foundation of prayer and intercession for each student will be strengthened. On the foundation many rooms representing different types of prayer will be built or strengthened. Each student will have the opportunity to pray (mostly alone, or voluntarily in groups), thereby building their house of prayer and will have a building plan on how they will continue to build their prayer life after the course.

Advanced Prayer (AP)

The AP course builds on the IP and L-10-TA courses. (Only the IP course is a prerequisite for the AP course; L10TB is recommended).

The AP course assists the believer to go deeper with God in faith and prayer and intercession.

The modules of the AP course cover amongst others:

  • Praying the Word
  • Fasting and Prayer
  • Praying for an hour
  • Practising the Presence of God
  • Contemplative Prayer

Outcomes: The AP course will allow students to come closer to God in prayer. Each student's house of prayer will have some rooms completed and some rooms will start to be get a roof on. Students will receive the tools to complete their personal house of prayer over time and even to decorate some rooms. Each student will have the opportunity to practice the aspects of prayer learned (mostly alone, or voluntarily in groups). Each student will leave the course with a plan on how to continue to build their prayer life to come closer and closer to God.


R600 per person for the dates given. ₋ R100 non-refundable registration fee. ₋ R500 course fee payable 4 days before the course start date. ₋ Course fee includes lecture notes, tea/coffee and a light lunch on Saturday.

Accommodation/restaurants/take-aways in the vicinity of the ICP.

Students wanting accommodation or food (outside the food supplied) will be given a list of possible guesthouses or lodges in the vicinity of the ICP. Costs and reservations for such accommodation/food and traveling to the ICP are the student's own responsibility.


Here are guest houses/lodges to choose from:

Road Lodge +27 (0)11 827 1550 / 2935 Walking distance (± 5 minutes)
African Elephant Guest House +27 (0)73 844 7224 Walking distance (± 5 minutes)
Lion’s Rest Guest House +27 (0)11 824 4672 Walking distance (± 5 Minutes)
African Manor Guest House +27 (0)11 824 1750 Walking distance (± 15 minutes)

Here are restaurants to choose from:

Burger King Walking distance (± 10 minutes )
Nandos Walking distance (± 10 minutes )
Mike’s Kitchen ± 20 minutes
Sandwich Baron Walking distance (± 10 minutes )
Pizza/Burger Perfect Walking distance (± 10 minutes )
Debonairs Pizza ± 20 minutes
Roman’s Pizza ± 20 minutes
Woolworths ± 20 minutes
Pick n Pay ± 10 minutes
McDonalds ± 20 minutes