Conversation One
"Will you be willing?"

In episode 62, we begin a new series focused on "healing."  We are first joined by Pastor Will Roberts, who shares his own experience of exploring the concept of healing as a Presbyterian pastor with charismatic connections.  He has encountered both miraculous healings and moments when healing seemed elusive, and through it all he believes one of the most important elements of his journey is simple-yet-hard: Willingness.

Will was willing to engage healing... will you be?

Conversation Two
"The upside of suffering"

In episode 63, we explore when healing doesn't happen.  Darci has experienced miraculous healing and the lack thereof, and has learned that she grew closer to God in both.  In fact, one thing she shared after we recorded was this: "I still have hard days, and there are still things I wish I could do... but I know that I have been closest to God when I'm in the midst of suffering... as much as there are things I want to do, I don't want to lose that."

Can we still see God in "unanswered prayers"?

Conversation Three
"Was blind but now I see"

In episode 64, Michaela shares her lifelong struggle with legal blindness.  In fact, she was born completely blind, leaving doctors at a loss for why or what to do.  Then, at 7 months old, she was miraculously healed, even though she continues to journey with legal blindness.  Having been too young to remember this event, and having only ever known blindness, her experience is different than someone who had an unexpected issue that was totally healed; and her story is immensely valuable to us more fully understanding what God is revealing about "healing."

How can we learn to trust God when are experience is limited?

Conversation Four

In episode 65, Andrena helps us press into an area of healing we want to avoid: unforgiveness.  While we can feel like we want God to heal us from the wounds inflicted by others, He may see a more important healing that will cost us more than we are willing to give.  What if that healing is actually abundantly more than we could ask or imagine, and the wounds we are fretting are but "light and momentary troubles"?

How might God be inviting you to forgive?


Conversation Five

In episode 66, Rich Lewis helps us explore the valuable practice of Centering Prayer, or meeting God in silence.  In 2014 Rich learned about this practice, and in the 7 years since he has not only found himself transformed into a different person, but discovered opportunities that he had not asked for or imagined.  Rich shares that this simple, accessible act can be a powerful step in the journey towards healing, sometimes in ways we didn't know we needed.

How might you practice silence today?

Conversation Six

In episode 67, we hear the story of Barby Ingle, who KNEW she was meant to be a cheerleader.  Nearly 20 years of build came crashing down when a car accident left her with a rare disease and years filled with misdiagnoses, disability, and the loss of nearly everything.  What she came to learn is what God really wanted her to lose was her false understanding of her identity.  He then revealed how she could be a "cheerleader" for Him.

What may God be inviting you to learn about your identity?

Conversation Seven
"I want to know God... but I don't want a brain tumor."

In episode 68, Rachel McCants -- an author, motivational speaker and playwright -- shares how she was pursuing her dreams and the life she wanted, until she unexpectedly passed out and learned she had a brain tumor.  As we explore her story of healing, we discover a startling truth: sometimes we reject the healing opportunity God is offering.

How can we grow in not placing conditions on our willingness to follow Christ?

Conversation Eight
"Trauma behind closed doors"

In episode 69, Raychel Perman and I press into the idea of "secondary trauma", when you not only experience a trauma, but are traumatized by it being ignored, dismissed, or rejected.  [Trigger warning] Raychel shares her journey of navigating domestic abuse at the hands of a husband wrestling with alcoholism, and striving to know how to seek God when things could get so painful.  We hit some hard topics that still hit even as I edited.

How can we get better at understanding the trauma that occurs behind closed doors?

Conversation Nine
"Mental health and messy love"

In episode 70, Peyton Garland, author of Not So by Myself, shares her journey of church trauma leading to challenges with mental health, a hard diagnosis in a lonely season, and the moment when she shook her fist at God and discovered His messy love.  There are tremendous stigmas around mental health generally, but especially in the Church, that lead us too often to fail to reflect Christ's love.

How might God be inviting us to embrace messy love?

Conversation Ten
"We are all in recovery"

In episode 71, Marti Williams walks us through another resource God has given us to navigate "healing": supportive community.  Through her ministry and in her day-to-day life, Marti has made space to walk alongside individuals in recovery, and along the way she discovered not just her own need for recovery, but the vital importance of humility.  We explore not just what these spaces should look like, but why they can be so hard to find, even in the Church.

How might God use supportive community to bring healing in your life?

Conversation Eleven
"Stress and gratitude"

In episode 72, Phil Barth helps us tap into an area of healing that we don't take seriously: stress.  Phil didn't take it seriously, which is why he one day in 2015 he found himself in the cardiac wing after having a heart attack.  One thing the doctor said to him stood out: "You need to lower your stress."  That's just what Phil did.  For the last 6 years he has been sharing a daily list, "Great things that happened today".  This simple act has had a profound impact on him not just physically, but spiritually as well; and it's an act that is accessible to you, today.

How might God be equipping you to take away the power stress has over you?

Conversation Twelve

In episode 73, Dr. Rick Chromey helps us tap into an oft-neglected opportunity for healing: validation.  His journey took him from "pause for applause" to "well done, my good and faithful servant."  Whether you are longing to be recognized, or to not be misrepresented, our desire for validation -- external and internal -- can become crippling.  We talk about why we desire validation and how to find healing, all while an unexpected guest makes a cameo.

How has your desire for validation impacted your ability to trust God?

Conversation Thirteen

In episode 74, your boy Troy talks about counseling.  For most of his life, counseling wasn't an option; stigmas hit on multiple fronts, telling him "men need to be tough" and "real Christians don't need counseling."  Then a rough work situation hit in 2017 -- and echoed in 2020 -- to make him think, "...maybe God wants me to check out counseling..."  That step of obedience ended up blessing him more than he expected.

Has God brought you healing through a counseling experience?


Conversation Fourteen
"The tension between tragedy and faith"

In episode 75, Jerry Fu, a conflict resolution coach for Asian-American leaders, helps us process through the reality of tragedy -- that it will exist -- and how we might develop a healthy "theology of tragedy."  Is there a way to tread the tension between tragedy and faith?  To believe that God is good when our circumstances aren't?

Has God invited you to embrace tragedy?

Conversation Fifteen
"Childhood trauma"

In episode 76, Kimberly Bell opens up about her childhood trauma, from witnessing domestic abuse, to abandonment, to emotional abuse, to sexual abuse... and somehow, she still believes God loves her and was with her.  Her conversation is a powerful exploration into how we can still trust God, and still heal, from something as destructive as childhood trauma.

Has God brought you healing after childhood trauma?

Conversation Sixteen
"Staying at the table"

In episode 77, God shakes things up.  In a lot of ways, this episode is like most of the others: someone shares about a wound or trauma, and what healing looks like in the midst.  It's pretty easy for anyone to listen to a previous episode and appreciate and honor the guest's experience; this may not be the case for Ebony Walden.  What Ebony shares hits on a topic that many want to avoid, or may grow angry about.
I knew this going into the recording; what I didn't know is that God would shift the theme from what He first brought to my mind, to the important act of "staying at the table".  In fact, He ended up turning the entire episode into an opportunity for some to practice it.
Some of the greatest opportunities for healing are missed because we refuse to sit; it doesn't have to be that way.

Have you ever experienced healing from someone "staying at the table"?

Conversation Seventeen
"Harmed by those meant to heal"

In episode 78, Amy brings about a uniquely challenging topic.  All season, we've explored different ways to find healing; what do you do when the thing meant to heal you actually causes harm?  Amy had sought support from a Christian Counselor who was also an elder at her church, and over the course of a year experienced that hardest season of her life due to "therapist abuse".  Perhaps you've never heard of this phrase, but there are many who have experienced abuse at the hands of individuals positioned to provide care.  Amy's story is powerful, and may encourage you as well

How has God met you when you've been harmed by those meant to heal?

Conversation Eighteen

In episode 79, we press into the difficult space of rejection.  Rejection hits us in a uniquely hard way, because it not only leads to loss and isolation, but can cause us to question our identity and value.  Kelli Calabrese opens up about her experience of rejection through a difficult divorce; however, we learn that in the midst, she discovered that the God who created her will never reject her.

How have you experienced God's promise to "never leave you nor forsake you"?

Conversation Nineteen
"Loss of a loved one"

In episode 80, we explore how healing can be found in the midst of something as permanent as death.  For all her life, Genesis' father was her best friend, so when he suddenly became paralyzed, she was crushed.  She and her mother prayed intensely for healing, and when he passed sooner than expected, she was at a loss for what to think about God.  Yet in the midst, she didn't lose Him.

How have you experienced God's presence when you've lost a loved one?

Conversation Twenty
"Sharing our story"

In episode 81, I get to talk to longtime-friend-from-youth Zac Stein.  The reason I'm grateful for this conversation is that this episode was actually Zac taking a step of obedience and faith in response to God's invitation for him to share his experiences.  The problem is, Zac has been through some hard things -- many of which he may be healing from for the rest of his life -- and to share could invite harsh criticism.  What Zac knows, though, is that God's invitation for healing extends beyond him getting "fixed", and even beyond himself period, to something greater.

How might God be inviting you to share your story?

Conversation Twenty-one
"Shame and blame"

In episode 82, we address shame and blame.  After all, several episodes this season have encouraged vulnerability with others, but what happens when your openness isn't received well?  What do you do if the other person blames you for your trauma?  When Sharon Hughes was a teenager, she found herself in a frightening situation that later led to her best-selling book, "The Girl In The Garage: 3 Steps to Letting Go Of Your Past."  After this traumatic event, she found her pain met with comments like, "Well, you shouldn't have been at that party."  Now, Sharon can recognize how unhelpful -- and unloving -- blame can be; however, she recognizes that we and the Church as a whole still struggle with knowing what Truth and Love are, and how to find the balance of each in our interactions.

How have you experienced "the wisdom of God"?

Conversation Twenty-two
"Faith vs. Science?"

In episode 83, Dr. Romesh Wijesooriya makes space in his exceptionally packed workload to process something that has come up in several episodes: the tension between faith and science.  As both a doctor and committed believer, he has to navigate that tension more intensely that many of us, and it can be difficult.  Together, we press into what it means to have faith, how God might creatively bring healing, and how we can be praying for those on the frontlines of providing physical care.

Do faith and science actually have to be at odds with each other?

Conversation Twenty-three

In episode 84, Susan Gabriel makes it clear that she knows unfairness.  Three decades ago, her husband was falsely accused of abuse, leading Child Protective Services to take her daughter and throw her life into tumult for years.  "Unfair" is an understatement for the circumstances that got so painful they led her to consider giving up... but God hadn't given up on her.  In the midst, she discovered that God didn't want "fairness" for her, but abundantly more than she could ask or imagine.

How has God invited you into "unfairness"?

Conversation Twenty-four
"The God who sees you"

In episode 85, Tee opens up about his experience of feeling unseen, and it's one many of us can resonate with, isn't it?  The thing is, Tee's story doesn't end there: in an unexpected moment, he discovers that -- when he believed he was unseen, God saw him.  God still sees him.  And God sees you.  When we feel unseen, burdens feel exponentially heavier; when we know we are seen, the burdens can remain and yet somehow feel lighter.  My hope is that Tee's infectious joy encourages you to consider that God sees you, He loves you, and He has abundantly more in store.

Is there a moment where you felt seen by God?

Conversation Twenty-five
"...your bodies are temples..."

In episode 86, we press into the idea of God bringing healing as we care for our bodies.  We like to make it sound easy, but too often it's beyond our capacity.  That's the story Cat shares: she had a healthy childhood, but then life hit her in such a way that she found herself deep into binge-eating without the capacity to escape.  But God was with her. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 can leave us feeling guilty we let God down by not caring for our "temples", or hopeless at our futile attempts to do so; yet verse 19 reveals something beautiful about God's invitation to us.


How has God helped you care for your body?

Conversation Twenty-six
"God loves YOU."

In episode 87, we press into the idea of God bringing healing as we accept His love for us.  Sure, we know God loves us -- "the Bible tells me so" -- but do we really trust it?  And if we trust it, are we willing to receive it?  El joins us from Wales to share how she came to discover God really loves her, and how she now loves letting others know about His love for them.  She believes that when you accept that love, you can actually become "youier"... listen on to find out what that means!

How has God shown His love to you?

Conversation Twenty-seven
"When God invites you to the healing of another"

In episode 88, we explore the reality that -- while God could heal on His own -- He often invites us into the healing processes of others.  What do we do when those spaces are difficult?  What do we do when it seems to take too long?  What do we do when we feel like we need healing ourselves?  Miriam and her staff at Empty Frames have to engage this daily; God has invited them to serve those impacted by the foster care system and human trafficking, and it is daily a challenging space.  Yet Miriam has discovered God's goodness, and is grateful to be invited into His process of healing others.

How has God invited you to walk with those He is healing?

Conversation Twenty-eight
"Meeting God on the playground"

In episode 89, we meet our youngest guest (outside my kids), Shannon.  At age 15, she's already tapping into many of the truths we've been exploring in this series, but it wasn't an easy road there.  At age 9, a change of schools left her feeling unwanted, unknown, and abandoned.  But in her lowest points of hopelessness -- so deep she wrestled depression and suicidal thoughts -- God met her.  In fact, He met her on the playground, the very place where she could have felt the most abandonment.  Those moments walking and talking with Him changed everything, even if things around her never changed.  In our lowest moments, God wants to walk and talk with us; are we willing meet Him where we are, as we are?

Where has God met you?

Conversation Twenty-nine
"Addiction (and how we make it worse)"

In episode 90, we take a deep dive into a topic we've already tapped into with Marti and Miriam, among others: addiction.  Vernon Layne gets transparent about his decades-long addiction to drugs and alcohol, and what seemed like the futile efforts of others (and himself) to break free.  His mom watched the entire time, and while there were plenty of tears, she was never afraid, because she knew God would bring her son home.  As we explore this powerful story, we also press hard into what addiction is (and isn't), and how our assumptions (and pride) can cause even the best-intentioned person to cause immense harm.  The solution: Philippians 2's call to "take on the mindset of Christ"... a hard, but vital invitation.

How can you "take on the mindset of Christ"?

Conversation Thirty
"Healing from things that are ongoing"

In episode 91, we address a challenging question: how do you heal from things that are ongoing?  If you can't leave a difficult situation or toxic relationship -- if wounds continue to be inflicted -- what do you do?  This was not the conversation Janice Liggins and I planned to have, but it is the one God wanted us to press into, because the reality is that God does sometimes invite us to remain in hardship.  In fact, He asked His son to remain in hard situations and toxic relationships, and as a result Jesus has revealed a way forward.

How has God remained with you in hard spaces?

Conversation Thirty-one
"War, PTSD, and a Good God"

In episode 92, Pastor David shares of his experiences with war, and how that trauma left him with PTSD, an inability to sleep, and a host of other issues that negatively impacted how he engaged with those he loved.  Despite his efforts and the efforts of doctors, he could not find relief; the suffering became such that he considered ending his life.  It was in the midst of all of this that he met a Good God, a God he thought he knew, but didn't.  This good God brought immediate healing, but more than that, a renewed mind and purpose.  This same Good God is with you in your hardest moments as well, even if we can't comprehend how He could be good in the midst of such hardship.

How has God shown Himself as good in your hard moments?

Conversation Thirty-two

In episode 93, we hit a topic I've wanted to focus on for years: miscarriage.  Having experienced the heartache of miscarriage -- and knowing the isolation that can so easily occur -- I knew there would be value in pressing into this hard topic.  I reached out to guests, but barriers seemed in place at every turn.  In fact, when Veronica Williams and I tried to record, we hit so many barriers we knew this must be an important topic.  Veronica opens up about her own experience, and we explore how we could possibly see God in the midst of something so heartbreaking.

How has God met you in the midst of miscarriage?

Conversation Thirty-three

In episode 94, we explore the reality that we may actually be resisting healing due to our grasp on control.  Coming into the pandemic, Rick felt in control of his life and future, and it looked good; when the pandemic hit his job and income, he came to learn that when God is in control of his life and future, it can lead to abundantly more than he could ask or imagine.

How has God invited you to release control?

Conversation Thirty-four
"Cultivating community"

In episode 95, we dive deeper into this idea of "community."  We didn't plan on talking about community, but there came a point we realized that God had chosen the theme for us.  How do we cultivate community?  What if our access to community changes?  How might WE be negatively impacting the community God has for us?  Scott LaPierre shares what God has taught him about community through his church, friends, and family of 11, and what God may be inviting you into.

How has God invited you to cultivate community?

Conversation Thirty-five
"From Broken to Beloved"

In episode 96, we dive deep into the idea of brokenness.  In our most broken moments, restoration can seem far, if not impossible.  This was Patricia Doucet's experience; from cancer to divorce to losing everything, she found herself at the cusp of suicide.  She knows now that God was with her -- even showing His sense of humor -- because He knew what she didn't: that what is broken can become beloved.

How has God used your brokenness?

Conversation Thirty-six
"A is for Adversity"

In episode 97, Jen Banks, from the "A is for Adversity" podcast, helps us dive deeper into this idea of "adversity".  What is it?  Why are some of us prone to dismiss our struggles?  How can God still be "God and good" when He allows adversity?  And how might adversity actually bring us closer to Him?

How has God worked through your adversity?

Conversation Thirty-seven

In episode 98, Tracee Garner pushes us on a topic we need to address: Empathy.  There are many who would say we are experiencing a severe "empathy void", and while there may be ample reasons for this, the ramifications are significant.  But empathy is risky.  It is costly.  And sometimes, it seems foolish.  Yet, if we claim to be Christ-followers, we need to contend with the reality that Jesus was empathetic even (especially) when it was risky, costly, and foolish.

Has God brought to mind a relationship that He's inviting you to engage with empathy?

Conversation Thirty-eight
"When a healer needs healing"

In episode 99, what happens if your career involves healing others, and suddenly you're the one in need of healing?  You may remember John from the epic "Kyle & John" three-part series, where as an attending resident he was tasked with caring for a young man who should have died, but miraculously healed, and in the midst John found spiritual healing.  John has continued serving as a physician, but this fall discovered that his heart was on the verge of failing.  In that space, John found himself processing again the concept of healing, but this time for his own body.

How has God invited you to "not lean on your own understanding"?

Conversation Thirty-nine
"How to (not) heal a community"

In episode 100, we sit with the guy who first asked me, "Where did you see God?", Rob Prestowitz.  For the last 25 years, Rob has been providing leadership for UrbanPromise Wilmington, a beautiful ministry that helped shape who I am. I initially planned to talk about "how to heal a community", but out the gate Rob presses in on the all-to-common missteps in our efforts to "heal" communities.  He offers a beautiful alternative to our tendency to "fix problems": long-faithfulness, hope for full life, and sacrificial love.

How is God inviting you to love the community around you?

Conversation Forty
"Come as you are"

In episode 101, we touch on one of the reasons we may not be experiencing healing: we aren't willing to come as we are.  We may want God to work, but we stand back at a distance because we believe we are unworthy, or unredeemable, or unloved.  Janna Macik quickly demolishes that lie, and invites us to find incredible internal healing by simply coming to God, now, just as we are.

Are you willing to come to God, now, just as you are?

Conversation Forty-one
"Breast Cancer (with a twist)"

In episode 102, we hear Christine Handy's story, of how she had a successful international modeling career that seemed ripped away when breast cancer and invasive treatments wrecked her body and emotions.  However, in the midst she discovered God's love in a deeper way than she had ever known, and realized she had been pursuing so many things other than Him.  God carried her through, though while she thought her modeling career was lost, God had a twist in store.

Are you willing to trust God's plans for "abundantly more"?

Conversation Forty-two
"Navigating the maze"

In episode 103, we explore how hardships can leave us feeling like we've been tossed into a never-ending maze, constantly fumbling with twists and turns and crashing into dead ends.  In the midst, we can easily become hopeless, anxious, or even angry with God.  What if we're looking at the maze all wrong?  Andrea Petrut uses a series of stories from her life to show how a different understanding of God and the "maze of life" can lead us to a peace that defies understanding, allowing us to smile amidst the hardest moments.

Have you had "maze" moments in your life?

Conversation Forty-three
"(Beyond) Miraculous Recovery"

In episode 104, we hear get to hear a story of miraculous recovery.  In 2013, Colleen Murphy received the call no mother wants to receive: her daughter was in the hospital, and may not be alive by the time Colleen arrived.  In fact, the doctors said if she miraculously lived, she would remain in a semi-vegetative state.  Colleen's daughter Lauren defied all the odds and is a living miracle.  But if you take this episode as simply a story of miraculous recovery, you'll miss the depth that Colleen invites us to process.  Miraculous recovery wasn't the end of the story for them, and what they learned continues to shape their journey.

How is God inviting you into the miraculous?

Conversation Forty-four
"Religious wounds"

In episode 105, we return to the idea of "religious wounds", heavily explored in the "Questioning series."  If we know these wounds are prevalent, what does healing look like?  I had the privilege of talking with Michael Wiseman, who's own negative experience with Christianity led him to write the book "The Bible says what?!" and host a podcast by the same name, which is an "atheist vs. Christian"-style podcast pressing deep into scripture.  Michael identifies as an atheist, so this conversation will be different in some ways than others in this series, but in many ways it fits incredibly well; your invitation is to stay at the table to see how God might be inviting you to address the "religious wounds" that may be around you.

How might God be inviting you to love and humble introspection?

Conversation Forty-five
"The miraculous mundane"

In episode 106, we head to Australia, where we meet Rodney Olsen, host of the "Bleeding Daylight" podcast.  Rodney has a miraculous healing story, but from the start he makes it clear that we shouldn't stop there.  The conversation becomes one that acknowledges that alongside miraculous recoveries, God can work through the mundane, and He is always at work on things beyond us.  For Rodney, this means not stopping at the gift of his healing, but using it to bring healing to communities all over through his cycling.

How have you seen God work through the mundane?

Conversation Forty-six
"The hard invitation to remain"

In episode 107, we hear Kim Harm's story of persevering through breast cancer, though we actually hear something more.  Soon into the conversation, Kim shares that she has passed the hardest part of breast cancer and could easily remove the topic from the bulk of her life, but God has given her a hard invitation to remain.  Whether it's writing, sharing on podcasts, or talking with people in the midst of breast cancer, she feels the weight of allowing "breast cancer" to be such a regular part of her life; she also feels the presence and love of God, and knows this invitation isn't about breast cancer, but about inspiring others to know more deeply the loving God that remained with her through recovery.

Has God ever given you a hard invitation to remain?

Conversation Forty-seven
"Broken and redeemed"

In episode 108, John Jarman shares how he has no memory before age twelve, so when it became clear as an adult that past traumas were impacting his life, it was difficult to know how to find healing.  Through the support of a counselor and spiritual mentor, John uncovered the brokenness of his past, and became surprised by God: God could bring redemption amidst the brokenness.  Do we believe that?  Are we instead more prone to pursue the elimination of brokenness and hardship, along the way missing the redemption and healing God may be offering?

How have you seen God bring redemption amidst the brokenness?

Conversation Forty-eight
"The blessing in suffering"

In episode 109, we meet the guest who was the catalyst for this entire series (without knowing it.)  Andy Hale shares the story of how he not only nearly lost his vision, but potentially his eyes, and how God brought healing.  In actuality, the conversation goes much deeper.  On several occasions, Andy acknowledges that he knew God would work things out, even if it wasn't in the way he wanted, and he can now see the blessings that resulted from the suffering.  This begs the question: if God can work through suffering, what should our relationship with suffering be?  It clearly isn't to avoid it, but it couldn't be to pursue it, right?  And if we are seeking intentionality, how do we muster the clarity of mind when the pain is too distracting.

How have you seen God use suffering for "abundantly more"?

Conversation Forty-nine
"Slave no more"

In episode 110, we return the idea of identity and press in deeper: what if the reason we are not experiencing healing is because we are allowing a false identity to enslave us?  Paul Henderson found himself wrestling with the concept of identity when his career took a major shift, yet in a simple way God settled the matter.  This set him on a trajectory of confronting the reality of false identities enslaving us, and how we can be a slave no more.

How has God freed you from false identities?

Conversation Fifty
"The identity of others"

In episode 111, we return -- again -- to the idea of identity and press in even deeper: what if our tendency to assume the identity of others is stifling the healing God has for them?  Or put another way: what if God is inviting us to see those around us as He sees, so that we can be participants in their healing?  I would not have chosen to talk about identity again, but out the gate that's where God took Tabatha Perry, and it became clear that God wasn't done challenging us on the role of identity in healing.  Tabatha's stories invite us to confront how we see others, and to consider how God may be inviting us to a deeper level of love.

Who might God be inviting you to see as He sees them?

Conversation Fifty-one
"A healing of the Body"

In episode 112, we celebrate the 50th episode and finale of the "Healing Series".  It's been a wild ride of hearing from 50 amazing people that leaves us with an important question: where do we go from here?  What if God is inviting us into something deeper than inspiring stories?  In fact, what if God is inviting us to focus less on the healing of the body, and more on the healing of the Body?  That's what Pastor Don Coleman will tell you: he believes God is inviting the Body of Christ to recognize the urgent invitation to know God more deeply and allow that knowledge to transform how we live.  His own miraculous healing gives him the confidence to press in.

How might God be inviting you to participate in the healing of the Body of Christ?

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