Jesus models healing and deliverance as a principal expression of His Kingdom. In His commission, He mandates this ministry to His followers. But the message of forgiveness and reconciliation to God through Christ must include a concurrent confrontation of suffering. Without a doubt, healing and deliverance communicate and confirm the message and mission of Christ. But they also flow from the heart and nature of God. They are not merely polemics, convincing the beholder of divine reality. They are normal expressions of a loving, compassionate Savior-Redeemer. Despite the biblical models and mandates, both churched and un-churched people remain in need of healing and deliverance.

Historically, most approaches to these ministries overemphasize style, culture, or formula, leaving a residue of frustration. Often, believers long to help others, but they lack the comfort or confidence to approach the afflicted. As a result, many believers neglect or forfeit these principal kingdom ministries or perceive them as the property or practice of a select few. The purpose of this workshop is to cultivate confidence and participation of believers in the ministry of Christ to the afflicted.

Each purchased ticket will receive a comprehensive workbook (30 pages) and a copy of Dr. Bryan Davenport's book titled "God Hates Suffering: His Compassion is Our Commission". This is a 2 day event that begins on Friday Aug 11th at 7pm and resumes on Saturday Aug 12th from 9am to 3pm. Lunch will be provided on Saturday Aug 12th. We will have an special evening service Saturday Aug 12th at 7pm that will be open to the general public. The evening service will be for those who attend the conference to practice what they have learned and to actively participate in the ministry of Healing and Deliverance.