About Healing Rooms(5)
I have studied the lives and writings of many past healing evangelists. God worked powerfully through them for a time and season. Our job is not to try to bring them forward, but to learn about the revelation they brought and then create a floor on their ceiling and go higher. Our goal must be to pursue more of God, what our eye has not seen and ear has not heard, and which have not entered the heart of God's people. (I Corinthians 2:9)
I discovered that God can meet you anywhere He desires to, even in a graveyard. The key is that we humble ourselves before Him and desire to do His will, not focusing on the past, but on the future. We can always tell whether or not something is of God by the fruit it produces. (Matthew 7:16) The important thing isn't whether or not I visited the gravesite of Lake in the beginning, but the activation of Healing Rooms and the transformed lives being seen all over the world.
Below the box where you would enter your password is a link: "Forgot your password?"
Clicking this link will bring you to the "Password Reset" page.
In the box provided, type your email address and click on the "Submit Email Address" button.
An email will be immediately sent to that address, assuming it is either an address you used to create your account with or you later added it to your list of email addresses using the "My Account -> Email Address" page.
In the email is a randomly generated password, such as "HillariousTortoise438". Use this new password to log in to the website. On the first page that displays, you will be given the opportunity to change the password to one of your choice. Enter the password twice using the respective text boxes.
If you accidentally navigate away from this Change Password page, you can return to it by way of "My Account -> Change Password."
If you typed the correct credit card number, expiration date and security code, then there is one more option that is commonly overlooked (i.e., you're not the first one).
Look at the address displayed near the top of the checkout page, and make sure that the street address is the address your credit card statement is sent to.
It is rumored that the numbers in the street address line, along with the numbers in the postal code, are the most significant parts of the address which need to be correct.
The name you have in the billing information is also important to have exactly as it displays on your card. For example, "John and Suzie Doe" might show in the billing area as what the customer entered, but "Susan Z Doe" might be what is printed on the card.
Abbreviations like "St." and "Apt." in your address are not as important.
When you correct the address at the top of the checkout page, it will not change the address we have on file, as you might be using a different billing name and address than you normally use. In order to make a long-term change to your account, go to Bookstore -> My Account -> Shipping & Billing Information, and make the appropriate corrections.
Most banks these days produce debit cards to act in place of a check book, as any bank would realize the importance of being compatable with electronic commerce, such as this website uses.
Our website uses 128 bit SSL encryption, which goes into effect even before you type in your email address to sign in to the website. SSL is in effect anytime you see "https://" at the start of your address bar. You can view information on our SSL certificate by moving your mouse over the "Comodo - Authentic & Secure" icon at the lower-right corner of this web page.
According to Erik Kangas, PhD, President of Lux Scientiae, "Older '40bit' keys can be broken by trial and error if one has access to vast computer resources and a good amount of time. These days, keys used in SSL are 128bit or better. There are so many possible keys with 128bit that it would take significantly longer than the age of the universe to 'guess' one." [highlight added]
In order to learn about how SSL works to protect your credit card data, you might read various articles:
(1) Article by Erik Kangas: http://luxsci.com/info/about_ssl.html
(2) From Wikipedia: http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security
(3) Search online for "How does SSL work?"
Checks are still accepted at our bookstore at 112 E. 1st Avenue in Spokane, Washington, so if you would like to visit and purchase some of the material we have displayed in the bookstore, checks are an option.
If there is no play button or no video player window, make sure that the latest version of Adobe Flash Player is installed on your web browser.
You can re-download and install that at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
We're streaming at about 800 Kbps. If you have a lower speed internet connection, there may be a problem with experiencing interruptions.
You can test your internet connection speed by pausing the video (and any other downloads) and going to www.speedtest.net, which will test your download speed.
Local Healing Rooms(1)
If you are on the "International Headquarters" section of the website, you should see a left menu with blue buttons. One of them is "Find a Healing Room Near You." Another button is "International Association" which includes "Our Locations."
Based on your computer's IP address, the website may guess what city you are currently in. If it does, a few Healing Rooms will be displayed, along with their approximate distance in miles from your own city center to their city center. Keep in mind that it is a straight line, "as the bird flies," and does not include the turn-by-turn driving distance.
Another method is to type in your city name and click "Submit." Be sure not to include your state in that search box. This can be helpful if you are recommending a Healing Room for someone who lives in another city, or if the city determined by your computer's IP address was incorrect. A list of cities across the globe that include the text you typed will appear, and then you can click on the appropriate city. Based on that central location, a list of surrounding Healing Rooms will display. You might examine multiple Healing Rooms nearby to see what hours they are open, and view their actual street address (as the city search only measures the distance between one city center and another city center, rather than street address). Additional information about that Healing Room may be available by clicking on their sub-menu, which is in the left-hand column of their web page. After viewing a Healing Room's website by clicking on any part of their name or location, you can return to the list of nearby Healing Rooms by clicking the back (<-) arrow button in your web browser.
An alternate method is to go to a regional or national home page by clicking on either the USA map or the global map. If you want to view a national home page, click the name of that nation. If you want to view a regional home page within the USA, click on that region. Regions are separated by background color. The regional contacts are displayed on the regional web page, and in the right-hand column of the regional web page are all of the local Healing Rooms within that region. Click on the name of a city to be brought to that local Healing Room's web page.
A final method for finding a nearby Healing Room is to view the global map. Select either the small map, the medium map, or the large map. Depending on how large the map is, and how fast your Internet connection is, you may need to wait for the page to load. You may click anywhere on the map, even where there is not a Healing Room icon displayed. You will then be given a list of some Healing Rooms near that center-point, as well as their approximate distance "as the bird flies." From that list of Healing Rooms, you can view their individual web pages, as explained in the previous options.
We'll be updating this page from time to time, so be sure to come back often to see what's new. Also, feel free to contact us and let us know what else you'd like to see included in this guide.