We are a prayer ministry for physical, emotional and spiritual healing- chronic illness, incurable diseases, depression, anxiety, injuries, addiction, confusion, hopelessness and all other needs. Our volunteer team members come from many churches and denominations, representing the citywide body of Christ. We come together in unity of faith to pray for the sick and all other needs.
Visit us in this safe setting and receive private, personal ministry from one of our spirit-filled and Biblically trained ministry teams. Everyone is welcome, no appointment is needed and prayer is free!
- Member of the International Association of Healing Rooms
- Located at Redeeming Love Church
- A prayer ministry for physical, emotional and spiritual healing
- Everyone is welcome
- No appointment is needed
- Prayer is free
- We provide training and equipping for prayer ministry
Does Jesus still heal today?
Jesus never stopped healing!
After leaving Earth for Heaven, Jesus simply passed the gift of healing on to others. He told his followers, "whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these” (John 14:12)
Jesus gave the gift of healing not only to His followers but to ALL believers. Mark 16:17-18 says, "And these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will… place their hands on sick people, and they will get well”.
Hands of the Believers
God chose to use the hands and prayers of fellow believers to bring healing. It’s not the only way God heals, but it is one of the ways. We can also receive healing as we pray alone or as we worship together in a large group. However, He often chooses to heal through the faith-filled prayers and compassionate hands of the believer.
Love One Another
Perhaps the reason why God uses the believer to release healing is found in the words of Jesus, "By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another”. (John 13:35)
The Healing Rooms are filled with these types of believers, men and women who are expressing of God’s love and compassion.