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This resource is perfect for:
- Prayer ministry teams
- Healing ministry teams
- Small group leaders
- Missionaries and evangelists
- Pastors and Students
In these pages you will:
- Learn rich theological and practical knowledge about healing ministry that is based on sound biblical teaching
- Be compelled to engage in simple, faithful healing ministry that is grounded in a holistic understanding of the person
- Appreciate the compassionate optimism of God’s healing power while accounting for the mystery of suffering in our fallen creation
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About the Study
There is a simple, yet transformative, truth that fundamentally changes the way we think about and approach the ministry of praying for others to be healed. It’s the simple truth that Jesus heals– the healing ministry to which we are called is not primarily our ministry, but Christ’s. What we are called to do is to participate in his ongoing healing ministry. And as his ministry continues today through his body, the Church, he invites us to join him.
In Follow the Healer, Stephen Seamands draws upon four decades of teaching theology and active involvement in healing ministry to help us grasp the “why-to” of healing that comes before the “how-to.” He lays out the essential theological foundations for healing ministry in a way that is simple and accessible. This holistic, Wesleyan approach to healing will help traditional evangelicals more readily embrace healing ministry and lead Pentecostals and charismatics already engaged in this ministry move toward a more wholistic and discerning approach to healing.
Table of Contents
1. Participating in the Healing Ministry of Jesus
2. Healing and the Love of Jesus
3. The Five Ways Jesus Heals
4. Healing and the Image of God
5. Jesus, Healing, and the Kingdom of God
6. Embracing the Mystery of Healing
7. By His Wounds We Are Healed
8. The Holy Spirit and Healing
About the Author
Stephen Seamands (Ph.D., Drew University) is emeritus professor of Christian doctrine at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. He continues to speak and teach on such issues as emotional healing and spiritual renewal. He is the author of Wounds that Heal, Ministry in the Image of God, and most recently, The Unseen Real.
- Length: Eight chapters (church kit can be completed in four weeks)
- Page Count: 192
- Trim size: 8.375 X 5.5
- Video accompaniment: Yes; eight sessions total (church kit can be completed in four weeks)
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