Royree Jensen is a Holy Ghost Trail Blazer. She is a dynamic prophetic teacher with a brilliant ability to articulate the reality of the Kingdom of God in a powerful and humorous way. Not only does she stir hunger and passion for God to “Move Again”, her uncompromising message is God plus nothing. Striking fear in the heart of a religious spirit and confronting the unbelief that so plague our western church – Royree is carrying a mantle for revival fire to see the nations turn to the burning King of Glory. 

Being established and influenced by the Brethren movement early in their lives, both Royree and her husband David spent over 10 years as missionaries in Papua New Guinea. At the end of this dry and seemingly unfruitful season a significant and life changing encounter occurred as they both received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. This encounter brought their hearts back to life and thrust them and the Church they were leading into a “Holy Ghost Bush Fire” – where countless numbers have been saved, healed, delivered and transformed by the presence of God. 

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As a result of Royree and David’s heart a blaze for God and years of faithfulness, they now play a significant and strategic role in the pacific islands. In particular the nation of Bougainville, where she has documented many of the untold stories and miracles that occurred there in recent years in her book titled ‘Sons of Thunder.’ 

As the Senior Leader of River of Life Church in Logan City Australia, and through her own ministry she relates apostolically with many in the pursuit for His presence and manifested Glory. Royree & David also oversee a large network of churches in India and head up an Indian Children's Home named in their honour. In 2012 she became the Australian regional director of Harvest International Ministries; an apostolic network founded by Che and Su Ahn.

In 2015, Patricia King appointed Royree as regional director for Women on the Frontlines Oceania.  Since then, conferences have been held in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa, with more nations being reached each year.



Phone: 07 3808 4388