Hope and Healing seeks to activate disciples of Christ for kingdom work. We seek to move believers from knowledge to obedience by equipping them for service and teaching the application of the Word of God into everyday life. Hope and Healing is not a seminary or a training center for theology or doctrine. Our focus is on the application of the gospel, application of the truth found in the Word, and to demonstrate the trustworthy nature of God’s promises. We teach evangelism methods and take pastors, missionaries, and everyday believers into the streets to demonstrate what they have been taught, then help them to apply it. We teach the promises of God concerning healing (Luke 10:9, Psalm 103:3)  and deliverance (Luke 10:19), then we take believers into the field and demonstrate it and help them to apply it. We teach baptism (Acts 2:38) and the laying on of hands so that new believers receive the free gift of the Holy Spirit. Then we go to the field and demonstrate it and help disciples practice it in their own walk.

With Shield of Faith Missions, we work to continue to discipleship process of our (The United States) nations special operations and combat warriors. Shield of Faith takes these servants and brings them through the Surrender Project. When they complete the Surrender Project, these warriors are sent to the mission fields to solidify the calling God has placed on their lives.

In cooperation with Judea Harvest Group, we teach church planting and discipleship methods for long-term missions. This includes reaching and discipling the “son of peace,” Bible study and teaching methods, saturation planting of house churches, coordinating believers into the Body, and appointing of church leadership. We then aid the community in building their own strategic launch point, a church building. Included in this effort is a children’s ministry. The children’s ministry leadership is trained by Reaching a Generation. Reaching a Generation drills boreholes (wells) at each church.

We are a partnership building mission organization. Jesus prayed four times in John 17 that those who believe would be one in Him as He is one with the Father (John 17:11, 21, 22, 23). Our experience has proved that when we are obedient to the Will of Christ that He bears witness to His truth (Mark 16:20; Acts 14:3). The Church must be one, work as one, pray as one, with various branches free to function as individual parts of the Body (Romans 12:4-5). Partnerships achieve this, as each organization has a distinct calling that complements the others, and each acts as a force multiplier to the others. By leveraging the strengths of each organization for Kingdom purposes, the Church will advance quickly and boldly, claiming territory for Christ, setting people free, and demolishing every stronghold by the power of the Gospel, led by the Spirit, and in the name of Jesus.

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