Ministry Stewards: David & Dale Lehner
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Vision: To make Christian healing prayer a way of life in the Church, and in our communities. The greatest healing need is for the acceptance of the salvation provided to us by our Lord, and Saviour Jesus Christ. Our Lord has the authority, and desire, to provide physical and inner healing; healing of spiritual weaknesses; deliverance from evil spirits, and giving His provision for our daily lives.
Mission: To be a visible presence of Jesus’ desire to heal in the world today by carrying out His command in Matthew 10:8 to “Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: freely ye have received, freely give.” We do this by providing:
–Healing prayer at every service.
–In-depth healing prayer sessions by appointment.
–Healing prayer during an emergency/time of crisis.
–Training for those who want to learn to pray, and be prayer ministers.
Doctrinal Statement: Our prayer ministers have gone through training provided by Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida, which affirms the historic Christian beliefs as contained in the creeds – the Apostles’ Creed, Nicene Creed, and Athanasian Creed – which have served as the basis of Christian belief since the first century. Because of the nature of our prayer ministry, we stress in particular the need for the power of the Holy Spirit, in order that we might serve as vessels of God’s healing power.
We also affirm the value of the medical and counseling fields, since they too are ways in which God’s healing power is manifested. Beyond medicine and human means, we believe God can work miracles of healing through Jesus Christ, and we see this as part of His role as our Saviour.
We are Christian, and accept Sacred Scripture as our guide and norm. As Christians, we do exclude anything that goes counter to established Christian truth, as well as any kind of healing that relies upon a spiritual power other than that of Jesus Christ (e.g., spiritualism).