Churches should bring back healing to their ministries, Virginia Beach prayer minister says
By Jane Bloodworth Rowe | January 17, 2017 - Source: www.pilotonline.com
Nigel Mumford creates a sense of peace when he enters a room, said Lynne Bouvier Graham.
Graham, a parishioner at Church of the Holy Apostles, was among those who attended “The Path to Healing and Wholeness,” a presentation on healing and prayer that was held at the church Jan. 14.
“Jesus commanded his disciples to preach the kingdom and heal the sick,” said Mumford, priest associate for prayer ministry at Galilee Episcopal Church. “Somehow the church has gotten away from the healing.”
Regent University Hosts 6th Annual Veterans Prayer Breakfast
By Brett Wilson Tubbs | November 11, 2015 - Source: www.regent.edu
No soldier comes home unwounded. For the veterans and active-duty who leave the battlefields physically unscathed, many return with post-traumatic stress or a mental-depression that oftentimes goes unseen.
On Friday, November 6, Regent University's Office of Military & Veterans Affairs hosted the 6th annual Veterans Prayer Breakfast, and raised awareness of this unfortunate reality within the military community.
"If I didn't have humor, I wouldn't be alive," said special guest Reverend Nigel Mumford, who gave his speech "After the Trauma the Battle Begins – Post-Trauma Healing," at the prayer breakfast. "And if I didn't have Jesus I know I wouldn't be alive."
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