Preaching the good news and healing the sick
in New Zealand, Nepal and the world
22 Feb - 12 March
Sat 14 April, Ranui Baptist Church, Auckland
25-27 May, St Alban’s, Christchurch
Feb 2018 News
Some Scriptures are just plain scary: “But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars―their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulphur. This is the second death" (Revelation 21:8). I mean, that terrible list seems to include everybody! More...
How many souls will you save in 2018?
Set a goal. Tell someone. Be deliberate.
The School of Healing at Ranui Baptist Church, Auckland, billed for March, has become a School of Prophecy on Sat 14 April! It would also be good to attend the intro there on Sunday 8 am. Details.
Our next team of 7 travel on 22 February. 26 Feb-1 March: Janakpur Pastors’ Conference and School of Healing. 6-8 March: Tamghas School of Healing and Pastors’ Conference Thanks for praying!
On our last trip, 85yo Bob walked slowly with a stick. Today he writes, “I had a sore back for two years. My spinal cord had broken down and with my heart not good I was considered too old for an operation. I needed walking sticks, or a walker for any distance. I received ministry in Nepal, with no immediate results. However, once home, I kept thanking God for my healing. Gradually the pain went. I walked straighter. Then without sticks. Without a walker. Now I am completely healed. Amen! Sometime Jesus takes time. Thank you Lord!”
Former team members, Lisa Mckenzie and Barry Davidson have begun a charity to help build schools, churches and other aid in Nepal. Check them out on . They are in Nepal now (do pray for them!) and Barry will join us for our second week in March.
Puran’s band travel widely teaching worship and sharing the gospel. They need good equipment, and have set their heart on a Behringer xr18 digital mixer (a clever bit of kit) with accompanying iPad to operate it! If you feel moved to help, please check it out and let me know. I could take it.
Waibera Mahamba writes: Today I visited the school where I teach primary and secondary students. The chaplain said children are no longer going to the school nurse when they are sick, but coming to him. As a result, God is healing them daily. Healing is also manifesting in the church he is pastoring as he applies the insights in the School of Healing Manual.
Dealing with post-ministry blues
The common―indeed, normal―human response on arriving home to the humdrum of day-to-day life, is topsy-turvy emotions, flatness and the blues. Coming down from the spiritual highs of team-life and Holy Spirit ministry, some even become quite depressed. I call it Post Ministry Depression Syndrome! More.