WHEREAS: Despite the abundant rain and snow of late 2014 and early 2015 California remains mired in the worst drought in her history…and

WHEREAS: Despite gains in employment over the past year California – the most resource rich state in the Union – endures unemployment, sub-standard health care delivery, and numbers of extra-legal immigrants above the national average…and

WHEREAS: California continues to lead the nation in suicide, divorce, and fetal mortality rates, and is among the national leaders for violent crime, human trafficking, and domestic violence…and

WHEREAS: History is replete with incidents of these and other crises being positively addressed when the people commit themselves to a season of prayer, fasting and repentance without limit or agenda including but not limited to the Day of Prayer proposed by Benjamin Franklin in 1787 during a deadlocked Constitutional Convention after which the deadlock was immediately broken, and the historic Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer called for by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 after which the Battle of Gettysburg occurred within weeks, turning the tide of war for the union…and

WHEREAS: September 9 is celebrated as California Admission Day, and our state’s constitution begins with the following preamble: We the People of the State of California, grateful to Almighty God for our freedom, in order to secure and perpetuate its blessings, do establish this Constitution…THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED: That September 9, 2015, be declared and observed a California Day of Repentance by all who are willing to participate. Californians are urged to spend all or part of this day re-focusing their attention and re-dedicating their lives to the pursuit of God in humility and hunger for His revelation in their lives…and BE IT FURTHER

RESOLVED: That as Californians seek God’s blessing for ourselves and for our state we recognize and honor God Who has resurrected the nation of Israel – His first chosen people – two millennia after her total destruction. We stand awed and honoring with Israel and the Author of her resurrection and humbly ask Him to do likewise for us.

- 08/02/2011

Healing Rooms of Lake County Leadership Ordained - 08/01/2011

The Healing Rooms of Lake County are celebrating the ordination of six members of its leadership team.  On Saturday, July 23, 2011, our Co-Director, Joan Edmunds, and five of our Associate Directors - David and Jennie Digruttolo - Cobb Mtn; Doug and Patty Newbury, Middletown; and Cruz Thompson, Lakeport, were ordained at the Santa Maria Healing Rooms by Cal and Michelle Pierce and Rick and Lori Taylor.  PTL!
In all, there were thirty-seven Directors and Associate Directors from Region Seven of the International Association of Healing Rooms Ordained, fourteen of them from the Northern California Area where are Healing Rooms of Lake County are located.
Because Santa Maria is such a distance away, none of our family and friends were able to attend, so we fixed that Sunday, July 31, 2011, with a Reception in their honor.
Three of our Advisory Board pastors, Brad Backlin, Cobb Mtn. Community Fellowship, Brian Hoyt, Neighborhood Christian Fellowship of Clearlake, and Mark Brown of the New Life Foursquare Church of Lakeport, spoke words of advice, honor and encouragement over our newly ordained leadership.  As Director, Bill Edmunds, charged them to "multiply" and to bring in more team members, disciple and train them, and then encourage them to be part of the growing number of Healing Rooms Ministries in Lake County.
Shouts of joy and victory resound throughout Lake County.
Tonight, our leadership will be divided between two of our Healing Rooms location - Lakeport and Middletown - as we will be open in two locations at once.  How about that!

The Book - All Roads Lead To Zion - 03/25/2009

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Lake County House of Prayer - 10/12/2008

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