Do What Jesus Did: Debrief & Stories

It was a great weekend.  On the whole we were encouraged to pray for others with the authority we have as followers of Jesus – to not be ashamed and “turn up the risk” – to be available and to leave the results up Screen Shot 2016-01-28 at 2.33.07 PMto God.  There are stories of people being healed physically and emotionally.  We’re only just beginning to see the fruit of this weekend.  Robby simply encouraged us to live into what we’re all called to do as Christians.  He has his unique mix of gifts, as do each of us.  But we are all called to become like Jesus.  Part of what that means was demonstrated powerfully this past weekend in prayer for healing and prophetic ministry.

We want to hear from you.  Do you have a story to share?  Do you have questions about what happened?  Have you tried praying for someone and it’s worked, not worked, or something else?  what does “worked” mean anyways!?  Sometimes weekends like these bring both encouragement and highlight some questions.  We welcome both.  We want to explore what this means specifically in our context.  We want to continue to encourage us to step out and take risks as well as be real, honest and open about our struggles.  Let’s talk.

This coming Sunday (Jan 31) in the Upstairs Gathering we are going to have a forum for dialogue and story sharing.  You can bring your stories of personal healing, or of prayers prayed for someone else.  You can also bring you questions, doubts or concerns.  We’re going to talk together and encourage one another and, of course, pray for each other.

If you missed the Saturday sessions, you can listen to the 6pm session here (unfortunately the other sessions weren’t recorded).  The audio from from Sunday is available here.

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What do you think about this?