In His Name - a training course for healing prayer teams

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ReSource, 2008 - Healing - 128 pages
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Designed for use in churches wishing to begin or revive a healing ministry, In His Name is a deliberately hands-on course. Although it is careful to build a proper foundation in terms of both theology and good practice, the emphasis is on equipping the participants to engage in an active ministry of healing. Fully illustrated and containing ice-breakers, practical exercises, group prayer times and many real life stories of healing, In His Name is deliberately written to be easy to use. First published in 2008 and now on its third printing, it has been widely used in local churches and is the recommended course in a number of Anglican dioceses.

“Far and away the most balanced, informed, practical guide for church healing teams. The authors have seen much healing – physical, psychological and spiritual, and have the theological and biblical underpinning to ground it. The course is interactive, beautifully written and has been tested over ten years. Simply invaluable” – Canon Dr Michael Green“Following on from the open evening we ran the ‘In His Name’ course and had over forty participants, which attracted participants from other local churches and was widely spoken of it as one of the best things St Paul’s had ever done” – Revd Chris Spittle, Skelmersdale, Lancashire



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Revd Dr Alison Morgan is a well-known author and speaker. Alison has a PhD from Cambridge University and prior to her ordination in 1996 worked as a university lecturer; she is the author of an internationally recognised work on the poet Dante. Alison worked for many years alongside her husband Roger in parish ministry; she directs the Rooted in Jesus discipleship programme for Africa and is an Associate of The Mathetes Trust, a registered charity formed in 2016 to support and encourage Christian discipleship. Alison is a member of the Archbishops' College of Evangelists.
Alison is the author of many publications, but she is best known for The Wild Gospel (Monarch 2004, now on its third printing), The Word on the Wind (Monarch 2009), and Following Jesus: The Plural of Disciple is Church (ReSource 2015). Alison is co-author (with John Woolmer) of the healing course In His Name and (with Bill Goodman) the Lent course Season of Renewal. She was a contributor to Mission-Shaped Questions (CUP 2008). Her most recent publication is an anthology of poems for reflection and meditation, Something Understood (The Mathetes Trust 2017). 

Preb John Woolmer is the author of many books on Christian life and ministry. He served on the staff of St Aldate's Oxford, as Rector of Shepton Mallet, and as leader of a church plant for Holy Trinity Leicester. John h as led many healing missions in East Africa and Argentina, chaired the Diocesan Healing Group in the Diocese of Bath & Wells, and is a Prebendary of Wells Cathedral.


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