Prophetic Guidelines For This Blog

Lee Johndrow
Lee is on staff with The Village Church in Swanzey New Hampshire. He functions prophetically and often writes from dreams and visions.

Each day I learn more and more about me, about God and about honor and team. Because of this I am subject to God in bringing forth the clearest words I can. I am subject to my wife and family to place them in the forefront of all I say and all I do. I am in fellowship with my local house (The Village Church) and I am on a leadership team in this house as well as working regionally.

This is also makes me aware that I must set conditions or caveats in regard to words that I give here and in all other areas.

I am known as a prophet, a prophetic voice or one functions in the prophetic grace. That sometimes complicates my life as words are not only my method of communication but closely related to my gift mix and calling.

I am putting down the following in regard to any words I personally give (And hopefully others will see this as wisdom in their own lives.) with regard to accuracy and direction. My own prophetic words I give are always subject to be judged, by you and others. (Anything less than that is not in keeping with what I see in the New Testament.) They ought to encourage, edify and exhort. Occasionally they may deal with warnings.

All prophetic people are simply one person, subject to God and bringing a single thought or thought process from God. We do not see “everything.”


General or personal words-
These words are rarely (Nor or any of mine for the most part…) directive. Like all words they are subject to you A) Receiving it or rejecting it. B) Subject to other prophets and C) Subject to your beliefs.

Regional or corporate words-
These may occasionally take on a more directive tone, but that again is rare. They are always subject other prophets. They are always to be kept in the light.

Words For My Home Fellowship-
Words that I give are subject to other prophets, not thought to be the “full revelation” of what God might be saying and always subject to the leadership team I am working with.  They may or may not represent the fullness of what the group believes.

I believe in honor and grace, coupled with relationship is of the utmost importance.  That is the place of growth and equipping.



Written by Lee Johndrow

Lee Johndrow

Lee is on staff as the Prophetic Ministry Leader at the Village Church where he functions as one of the prophetic grace. (You can visit their site at

He is the father of five wonderful children. Married for over 22 years to his wife Tina. 7 grandchildren as of September 22, 2014, with another one on the way! Loving life with family, friends, faith, fun and food!

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