Discover the significance of "anointing" in Scripture, learn to incorporate it into your healing ministry, and marvel at powerful real-life testimonies of miraculous recoveries! Set includes hardcover book and anointing oil.
Melanie Hemry and Gina Lynnes share personal experiences and researched testimonies of people miraculously healed by a powerful God who still works in our lives today. Even when the situation was seemingly hopeless, God intervened to heal a sick baby, a child with autism, a woman with Lou Gehrig's disease, and a pianist with multiple sclerosis and others. This combination of amazing stories and powerful Scripture will have you in awe and wonder over the greatness and love of God. You will learn the significance of anointing oil when praying for healing, discover how to pray effectively, and find inspiration for your Christian walk. This book is what you need to break through into your healing experience.
A former intensive care nurse, Melanie Hemry traded in her stethoscope for a computer and now writes poignant true life stories, many of which are set in intensive care. A 1988 winner of the coveted Guideposts Writing Contest, Melanie's stories have warmed the hearts of readers around the world. She holds a bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Central Oklahoma and a master's degree in Practical Ministry from Wagner Leadership Institute in Colorado Springs. She is the author of A Healing Touch. Melanie and her husband, Ken, are the parents of two grown daughters, Heather and Lauren, and they reside in Edmond, Oklahoma.A writer by trade and a minister at heart, Gina Lynnes has been a Bible teacher and associate pastor since 1996, ministering especially on the subject of prayer in churches both in the Unites States and abroad. A recipient of the National Religious Broadcasters award for her writing of the UpReach! Radio broadcast, she has been involved in Christian publishing for more than 20 years, working behind the scenes as a writer and editor for a number of international ministries. Gina and her husband, Kelly, pastor a church in Littleton, Colorado, where they now reside.