Healing Ministries

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We had the privilege of hosting the wonderful Chris Gore and his team from Bethel church in Redding, California. Chris and his team brought an anointing for revolutionizing our perspectives on healing through God's supernatural power.  At this dynamic healing school, we learned the simplicity of tapping into the completed work of Jesus Christ for miraculous power, signs, and wonders.

The audio from each session is free and available to you.
To listen to the Healing School classes, search "Chris Gore" in our podcast or Listen Now player, or click here.

From Chris' bio:
Chris Gore was a pastor in New Zealand before coming to Bethel where he graduated from Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. He is currently the Director of Bethel’s Healing Ministries. While having an unquenchable hunger for his presence, Chris’ passion is to see the church walk in a kingdom mindset and see ordinary saints equipped to walk in extraordinary exploits by releasing the kingdom through healings and miracles. His heart is to see churches, cities, and nations transformed. He is married to an amazing wife, Liz, and has three wonderful daughters, Charlotte, Emma and Sophie.  Learn more about Chris & Liz Gore here.



Father's Heart is "A safe place for healing and restoration for your heart," offering personal ministry to achieve restoration and inner healing through forgiveness.  Learn More

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Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a ministry of several local congregations in which trained and supervised lay persons, called Stephen Ministers, provide one-on-one Christian care to individuals facing life challenges, difficulties, or stressful times. This confidential care is provided without cost to adult members of the congregations or community. Care receivers are matched with a Stephen Minister of the same gender.  Learn More

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