Well-written, readable, easily understood, biblical, balanced, practical. Healing Ministry is a helpful guide to divine healing and praying for the sick, a practice every believer should understand and incorporate into the rhythms of daily life. I know Jack well. He's down-to-earth and deeply committed to God. For many years, he and his wife have led a strong local church ministry, and Jack provides leadership for a network of other pastors. A significant focus of Jack's ministry has been praying for people to experience the power and abundance of Christ in every area of their lives, including their physical health. This book will strengthen and guide the prayers you pray for people you love. --Dr. Gary D. Kinnaman, Author and Pastor, City of Grace - Mesa, AZ
Wow! The best handbook on healing I have ever read - and I have read many. It's concise, descriptive, biblical and practical all at the same time. Thanks, Jack, for doing this for all of us. This should be every minister's companion. --Rev. Alfred H. Ells, M.C., Director, Leaders that Last Ministries
Healing Ministry is a biblically-balanced and practical guide to embracing the healing ministry of Jesus. Jack approaches this subject with the mind of a theologian and the sensitivity of an experienced pastor who has to live with his teaching. Too many times this important ministry is turned into a circus of excesses and exaggeration or ignored altogether. Healing Ministry brings the ministry of Christ into a modern context and puts it squarely in the hands of ordinary Christians in the ordinariness of daily life. This is a book not just for pastors or armchair theologians but for the serious disciple who, out of love for friend and stranger, desires to participate in the healing ministry of Jesus. --Charles Bello, Director, Pathways School of Ministry
About the Author
Jack Moraine is the senior pastor of Vineyard Community Church in Gilbert, Arizona, and serves as an Area Pastoral Care Leader for the Vineyard churches throughout the state. He has a bachelor's degree in religion from Grand Canyon University and a master's degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jack and his wife Brenda have four adult children and five adopted children between the ages of one and seven.