Speaking Invitation

Thank you for your interest in inviting PD to speak at your congregation/event, it truly is an honor and it is not taken for granted. Please fill in the below form so we may evaluate your request.

Please note that due to PD’s involvement in various responsibilities, he cannot accept all travel invitations. Therefore all invitations will be assessed on various factors, PD will pray and think through what events are most strategic for the gospel.

PD does not require any formal payment for speaking engagements. We do ask for travel expenses, accommodation and food to be covered (Luke 10:7). Offerings are voluntary: We ask that attendees are given the opportunity to give (2 Cor 9).

Intellectual Property (IP) Clause:
All content produced by PD’s messages and presentations (including, but not limited to, audio, video, and copy) are owned by PD Vander Westhuizen.

He reserves the right to use the content for his own ministry purposes (including, but not limited to, conference purposes and the distribution of the content if desired). We will be in contact with you after the event to obtain the video and audio files (if any).

Furthermore, Rise on Fire Ministries may send at our discretion a cinematographer to record the event, this footage will be focused on Rise on Fire Ministries’ activities at the event and belongs to PD Vander Westhuizen. This footage may be used and distributed in any form for the edification of others and glorification of God through testimonies.

If you meet and agree with all of the criteria above, please fill out the form below.  It will definitely be a great help to PD as he prayerfully considers your invitation. If you have questions, feel free to discuss this with us.

Please allow up to two weeks for us to respond to this request

Event Changes If your invitation is accepted, PD spends a great deal of time preparing for your specific event in consideration of its audience, the time slot(s) given, and other factors. Any changes to the event (after this form is submitted) that may affect what he has originally agreed to prepare for in his presentation must be communicated in a timely manner beforehand and is subject to approval.
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