What is Prayer Ministry?
The purpose of prayer ministry is to enable a person to be set free and restored in areas of their heart to the original purpose for which they were created, to gift them with the courage to become. This work is not counseling, although some professionals do prayer ministry.
Prayer ministers are lay persons who have had training in this ministry, received mentoring and internship by others, and have applied and experienced their own personal healing through the work. Ingredients of prayer ministry is directed under the operation and leading of the Spirit of God with prayer applied to each step of the process.
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- Depend on God to heal and carry the burdens of those who are hurting and broken hearted
- Maintain personal, God given boundaries that protect both the minister and client.
- Be one who listens and asks questions to help clients discover the roots that may continue to cause pain, guilt, fear, anxiety, etc.
- Provide a safe environment allowing love, honesty, and truth to shine into the client’s life Be a person who can be trusted to provide confidentiality, an essential part of the work and relationship between the prayer minister and client.
Following an initial consultation with the prayer minister, the number of sessions can range from 3 to 7 visits at 1 1/2 hours each visit. Modifications in scheduling or in the number of visits are on a case by case basis.
His Whole House is neither an inpatient facility nor crisis center. It does not (neither is equipped to) provide overnight or supervised care or shelter for victims of abuse, mental illness, drug/alcohol addictions, suicide or other immediate crisis care situations.
In such cases, your local shelter, hospital, drug/alcohol rehabilitation centers or crisis centers are appropriate choices.
Please be advised that this website presents content to aid individuals and other ministers who serve to help those seeking inner healing. The content is for resource purposes and should not be construed as definitive therapy for an individual and is not meant to replace the therapy provided by a qualified counselor or physician.