Equipped to Heal 2018
November 16 - November 17
Equipped to Heal Ministries welcomes all who minister healing and pastoral care or who desire to receive healing and pastoral care. Our desire is to bring all healing ministers and healing ministries together, to pray for one another, and to build friendships with the hope to release the charism of healing in all our churches.
This prayer training opportunity is hosted by a national team led by the Greenhouse Movement. It is a time filled with teachings, prayer, worship, and fellowship. We hope to offer time for every person to draw closer to God’s presence.
Our national team brings together decades of healing prayer experience and will be sharing their knowledge through stories, teaching, and guided small group prayer times. Come and receive healing prayer and pray for one another. Everyone is welcome to come, participate, and receive what God has for each one of us.
Fr. Keith Hartsell
Fr. Keith Hartsell serves as the Rector of the Redeemer Anglican Parish, a parish with 8 distinct congregations on the north side of Chicago. He also serves as the Greenhouse Movement’s Chicagoland Regional Leader and the Diocese of Western Anglicans Regional Mobilizer. Prior to his involvement with Greenhouse, he served at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL for 13 years under Bishop Stewart Ruch, III. Fr. Keith leads the Equipped to Heal conferences through Greenhouse Movement in an effort to equip leaders in the church to provide pastoral care and minister through healing prayer. Keith has been married to his wife, Dawn for 16 years and they have six children: Alyana (12), Xander (9), Justin (7), and Stephen (5), Christopher (4), and Michael (2).
Fr. Alex and Tamara Cameron
Tamara is a ceramic artist and Alex an Anglican priest and church planter. For nearly 20 years they have been involved with the work of the Isaiah 40 Foundation, a Christian ministry of counseling, teaching and leadership development, of which Alex is the president. They delight to see people healed and transformed by the cross of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit, and have a particular desire to see healthy and whole Christian leaders. They live near Burlington, Vermont.
Deacon Margie Fawcett
Margie has been involved in healing ministry for over 20 years. She has worked with church-based ministries as well as para-church ministries and loves to see the Lord heal his people in areas of grief, anxiety, sexual brokenness and fragmented relationships.
Deacon Valerie McIntyre
Deacon Valerie McIntyre is a pastor and spiritual director. She has been involved in healing ministry for over twenty years including thirteen years with Leanne Payne and Pastoral Care Ministries. At her home parish, Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL, she is leads a vibrant healing prayer ministry and the Transformation Intensive, a 9-month adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. She loves helping leaders develop an interior life of prayer that can sustain effective ministry over the long haul. She is also an adjunct professor of Religion and Philosophy at College of Dupage and the author of Sheep in Wolves Clothing (Baker Books, 1999).
Joe and Leslie Weinzettel
Joe and Leslie first met as students at Wheaton College. After graduating, Leslie moved to Jacksonville, Florida, and worked full-time for Christian Healing Ministries as the Coordinator of Prayer Ministers for their many training and ministry events. Joe worked as the Director of Worship & Communications at First Baptist Church of Wheaton and lead worship for midweek services and conferences with Church of the Resurrection on the side. They got married in 2013 and currently live in Wheaton, Illinois, where they serve with the worship and prayer ministries at Church of the Resurrection.
Rev. Dr. Carolyn Allen
Rev. Dr. Carolyn Allen is an ordained deacon on staff at the Heartland Parish, Fort Wayne, Indiana. For over fifty years her passion has been pastoral care – walking with people on a healing journey that transforms their souls with truth and kindness.