Prayer Breakfast at Northwood Temple

Over 120 people gathered together for a prayer breakfast held at Northwood Temple Church (Fayetteville, NC) on Saturday morning. Prit and I were invited to share testimonies of healing that we have seen take place on and off the mission field over the span of almost 30 years. In a nutshell, we shared the highlights of the miracle God gave us in 2010 by bringing Prit out of a 26-day coma, then restoring his damaged brain to normality. We also shared other stories such as that of a church member of our our second church plant in the countryside who had a kidney obstruction. Madame Gerald had been in tremendous pain for several days and suffered greatly due to the inability to urinate. After listening to the testimony about Prit’s crisis and coming forward for prayer, she returned to her seat. Looking down at her dress, she was astonished to see that her dress was soaked. God had healed her on the spot!

Afterwards, we joined together with Pastor John Hedgepeth and ministered to many people that had various needs. One friend was healed of a chronic cough after suffering with it for ten months. She had been to several doctors and had still found no relief. We’re looking forward to hearing more feedback as time goes on!

Northwood Temple has been supporting Rehoboth Ministries for several years and is sending a medical team down to Haiti in October. We are truly grateful for their partnership. It was wonderful to be able to give back to them and minister to those that were afflicted, as well as many visitors from outside of the church.

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