Equipped to Heal Conference- Phoenix
September 19 @ 6:00 pm - September 21 @ 12:30 pm
Equipped to Heal- PhoenixRegister
Thu, Sep 19, 2019, 6:00 PM –
Sat, Sep 21, 2019, 12:30 PM PST
Living Faith Anglican Church
1945 East Guadalupe Rd
Tempe, AZ 85283
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5211 S Priest Dr, Tempe, AZ 85283
Room Block “EGHP” at $109 per night
*Last Day to Book with special rate: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Equipped to Heal is a prayer training conference sponsored by the Diocese of Western Anglicans and hosted by Living Faith Anglican Church in Tempe, AZ. It is a time for leaders within the Church to experience healing while being equipped to pray for the healing of others.
With teaching, prayer, worship, and fellowship, we hope to offer space for everyone to draw closer to the healing presence of God.
Fr. Keith Hartsell
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 Chicago, IL.
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 & Leslie Weinzettel will be leading worship during the Equipped to Heal conference. They 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.
Deacon 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. Deacon Carolyn Allen often teaches how to receiving healing into all of life’s hurts. She will help us to learn how to identify unhealed life hurts that affect people’s beliefs and behaviors and then to minister the healing presence of Jesus into those hurts. Carolyn with her husband Fr. Ron Allen served and trained under John Wimber for many years. Rev. Dr. Carolyn Allen is the author of Journey into Wholeness: A Strategy to Partner with God’s Heart to Walk into Wholeness (2017).
Pastor Samuel Schleif
Pastor Samuel Schleif serves as pastor of English Ministries at Truth Lutheran Church in Naperville, IL, where he’s been since 2016. Samuel received his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Pastor Ministry and Preaching from the Moody Bible Institute and Moody Theological Seminary in 2015. Samuel is called to work as an agent of spiritual revival and awakening through preaching, teaching, writing, prayer, and healing ministry. Samuel is excited about the dynamic work of the Holy Spirit in our generation. Samuel lives near his church in Naperville, IL, though he originally hails from Madison, WI.
Robert Alexander Cager
Robert was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA. Robert has been designed by God to help people, who confess their pain and desire for transformation, understand their purpose and design, God’s provision within that purpose, and understand how to steward God’s purpose, for the sake of abundant life (God’s Kingdom coming and His will be done.) It is with great conviction and joy that Robert serves the Body of Christ and those he meets, on a daily basis. Robert has a BA in Biblical and Theological Studies and a minor in Pre-Med from North Park University in Chicago, IL. Robert attends and serves alongside his spiritual leader’s Apostles Matthew & Kamilah Stevenson at All Nations Worship Assembly in Chicago, IL in the prayer, prophetic, healing & deliverance, and serving ministries. Robert is married to Paris Ashley Cager and continues to seek, what God has in store, for him and his family in the future.
Jose-David is a bi-vocational church planter from La Paz, Bolivia. He is a leader in the Redeemer Anglican Parish in Chicago. With an MA from Wheaton Grad School, he is a member of the Greenhouse Movement, a church planting movement and he is working towards planting in the Chicago area. Ever since he found Jesus and his healing power, he has been all about seeing God’s Kingdom in day-to-day life in community.”
Keesha Mwangangi (pronounced: jawn -gawn-GHEE)
Keesha is a native of Fountain, NC USA and a resident of Chicago IL where she pastors Jubilee Christian Fellowship. She graduated from East Carolina University (Greenville NC) with a BA Sociology/Religious Studies. She was recently accepted into the Masters of Divinity program at McCormick Theological Seminary (Chicago). Most of all, she loves the Lord with the whole of her being and she loves the people of God. Her life’s verse is found in Luke 1:45 (NRSV): “Blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment of what was spoken to her by the Lord.”
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