Next Session May 20 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30pm
Leading your Church into a Healing Culture
This course is for leaders and teams who long to see the healing ministry of Jesus released in and through the local Church as a lifestyle.
The course explores the vital place of a healing culture and how it can be nurtured and maintained. The Leading Church into a culture of healing course, will be both biblical in its equipping and practical in its outworking.
It is recommended that the senior leader and team attend this four-session course together, so that together, they can set and nurture the culture of healing for the whole church.
The Course will be led by Julian Richards and Bruce Collins
Julian founded Cornerstone Church with his wife Sarah and leads New Wine Cymru Wales. Cornerstone is known for serving its community, new christians and regular healings. New Wine Wales prioritises leadership church and mission. With nearly 700 Leaders from 22 denominations collaborating together. As NWC Churches have worked together, Wales has seen 1000’s of people make confession of faith and experience healing in this current season.
New Wine Cymru is committed to the healing and prophetic ministry of the Holy Spirit, as modelled by Jesus. Growing in a naturally supernatural model that is biblical, pastorally responsible and appropriate to this generation.
Bruce was born in South Africa and was Team Rector of the Roxeth Team Ministry from 1990 to 2003. He served on the New Wine England Leadership team from 1997 to 2011, overseeing the development of its English and international networks. In 2007 he moved to South Wales and is member of the New Wine Cymru Wales national leadership team. He has travelled extensively teaching on healing and prophetic ministry and is the author Jesus Gospel Jesus way. This book presents, how God intends the Church today to be proclaiming the Kingdom of God with a demonstrably effective healing ministry.
This event costs £10 per device.
(£10.00 course fee, £1.44 Eventbrite booking service fee; Total £11.44)
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