Last Saturday we were at The Shelter in Veenendaal with a team of 25 people for the training day on healing. 250 people participated in a varied day full of education, testimonies, workshops and short assignments. The atmosphere was open and the content honest. Gerlof Wiersma, Martin Dol and Martin Koornstra taught on the themes ‘God is our Physician’, ‘Heal the sick’, ‘The struggle for healing’ and ‘God responds to expectation’. It was good to speak in an open and sincere atmosphere about strength, disappointment, hope and grace! Read here a response we received immediately after the day: Yesterday I had a wonderful, educational healing training in Veenendaal, followed by a blessed healing service with great miracles of healing! Hallelujah, praise the Lord! Royal Mission team, thank you for your training; very clear in the assignment that Jesus has given us, presented in an understandable manner, full of enthusiasm & energy, with humor and personal experiences. God bless your work for God’s Kingdom!
Paul den Boer It was wonderful to receive people from all kinds of churches and backgrounds. PKN, Liberated, Assembly, Evangelical, Baptist, Reformed, Pentecost, … they were all there. And we find our unity in Jesus and the power of the cross. In the evening there was a healing service at the same location. Ramon Plakke and his music team led the worship in a packed hall. Several people testified that they were touched and healed on the spot. An elderly man stood in front of the platform and was healed without anyone praying for him. And in the midst of all that blessing, 15 people gave their lives (again) to Jesus. Party in the hall and party in heaven! If you want to see more photos, look here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/acbo/sets/72157629828247253/ 2 more comments: What a wonderful, beautiful evening it was on Saturday at the Shelter. What a blessing that such evenings can exist!I was there all day and had a great day! Got to receive and distribute a lot again!!! This training day + healing service will be held in Assen in the autumn.