Frequently Asked Questions About BFOMI
Yes, you can cancel your IVP booking at any time and receive a full refund once your request is submitted and completed 24 hours prior to your day of travel.
Yes, you can order a copy of your deliverance video from our Media Department.
All of our services are recorded and broadcasted live on Social Media and may be used for rebroadcast purposes.
The IVP Drivers and Agents are also a part of our Ministry and are honored to serve in their capacity. However, if you feel led to be a financial blessing you can feel free to sow it into our Ministry. Our seed envelopes will be available in the IVP vehicles for your convenience.
We appreciate your desire to honor our Pastors; however, we only accept monetary gifts at this time. *Please note that if you feel led of the Lord to be a substantial blessing, we ask that you contact one of our Pastoral Assistants.
Yes, you are required to wear a mask during our services due to the Covid-19 Protocols.
Once you have registered, confirmed for the IVP program and have submitted your travel itinerary and hotel accommodations, you will be provided with transportation confirmation. Please communicate further with our IVP agents to confirm scheduling
Yes, children are allowed in our services
There is no guarantee that Apostle or Prophetess Nottage will pray for you. However, our Pastors flow under the leading of The Holy Spirit and we ask that you come with great expectancy that the Holy Spirit uses them to locate you.
You can submit a request through our website portal and once there is availability you will be notified of your confirmed appointment via email
We ask that you dress modestly
Our weekly service times are listed below but are subject to change. Please consider our current service times which are as follows: 1. Tuesdays and Fridays at 7:00 p.m. 2. Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00 a.m.
Frequently Asked Questions When traveling to the Bahamas
We suggest that you contact your Mobile Service Provider before traveling.
Our time zone in The Bahamas is Eastern Standard Time (EST).
The name of our airport is the Sir Lynden O. Pindling International Airport in Nassau, Bahamas and the airport booking code is NAS.
The Bahamas requires International visitors traveling from certain countries to present proof of vaccinations. Click https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/the-bahamas#vaccines-and-medicines for more info
Our native language is English.
We have a Subtropical climate with temperatures between 70°-90° Fahrenheit year-round.
The currency used here is the Bahamian dollar and/or U.S. dollar. Our Bahamian dollar is on par with the US dollar and there will be no need to exchange upon arrival.
Yes, you will be required to present a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test when traveling to The Bahamas. Click https://www.bahamas.com/entry-requirements for more information.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all visitors travelling to The Bahamas are required to obtain a health visa prior to travel. You will also need to digitally upload a copy of your negative PCR Covid-19 test results. All tests must be taken no more than 5 days prior to your travel date. Click https://travel.gov.bs/ for more information.
You are required to have a valid passport to travel to The Bahamas. Additionally, depending on which country you are traveling from, you may be required to provide another form of I.D. or travel visas as indicated by your Country’s travel laws. Click https://www.bahamas.com/entry-requirements for more information.