Frequentsee is led by Julian and Katia Adams and serves churches, businesses and leadership teams internationally. Our desire is to see men and women equipped and released to extend God’s Kingdom throughout the world. We are passionate both to demonstrate and to empower servant-hearted apostolic and prophetic ministry within the church and beyond in every sphere of influence.
As well as a commitment to preach and demonstrate the Kingdom, Frequentsee offers training and mentoring, prophetic consultation and opportunities for mission to the poor in developing world nations.
Julian is from Cape Town, South Africa. He grew up in a pioneering christian family and was filled with the Spirit at age 4. Since then he has been passionate for the person of the Holy Spirit.
He’s an experienced prophet, with a strong teaching gift and his desire is to see the whole church mobilised to bring the Kingdom of God into every sphere of influence. Julian is also a director for NEWDAY United, a charity based in South Africa and England which serves some of the poorest people in Southern Africa.
Katia was born in Iran and raised in the United Kingdom. She has the privilege of having a revival inheritance from her grandparents and parents who have been instrumental in pioneering a move of God in the Middle East which has seen thousands of Muslims turning to Christ.
From early childhood she developed a passion to see the Kingdom come in demonstrations of great power and the Father’s love. She has a profound revelatory teaching gift and is known for leading men and women in breakthrough to walk in their God-given freedom and authority to see Kingdom advance in the nations.
Additionally, she has a background as a doctor in hospital medicine and practised in an emergency department for a number of years before working with Frequentsee Trust.
Julian and Katia reside with their family in Durban, South Africa.
For accountability and transparency, Frequentsee operates in submission to trusted ministries and friends who help in providing theological, personal and apostolic connectivity.