Generational Healing Service: What Is It?

What is a generational healing service?   Our families have legacies – good and bad – and those legacies have consequences.  Scripture speaks of the consequences of sin being passed down to the third and fourth generations.  Scripture also says that God shows mercy to thousands of generations of those who love Him.
You may have observed this is your own family or others.  I remember as a child wondering why so many people died young in a neighbor’s family.  As I got older, I noticed certain diseases or certain self-destructive behaviors and attitudes seemed to run in families.   Promising young adults would take a turn for the worse, and I’d hear mom say, “His father did the same thing when he was that age.”   Once I became I pastor, it was all the more evident.   A family might have a legacy of divorce, or teen pregnancy, or suicide, or addiction, or of people dying young, or of disease.
These “chains” seemed handed down from one generation to the next – and they can bind us.  AND in the power of the name of Jesus Christ, the chains can be broken.  Present and future generations can be set free by the one who makes all things new!  God loves to heal, liberate, renew, and redeem our families!
Next Saturday, we’ll be asking God to do this thing that God delights to do: to heal our families, to give us “a hope and future”!  We will gather to worship, hear teaching, and to pray together for generational healing, for chains to be broken, for us, our children, and future generations to be set free.  We will also have teams ready to listen, love, and pray should you desire to have an individual time of prayer.
When and Where?  We are returning to the Bernath Family Farm – 3445 SR 13 32259 – 6:30pm – November 7, 2015.  We will begin with dessert and coffee and a time for preparation, then move into worship, prayer, and the celebration of the Lord’s supper!
Come and be healed!  The blessings of the Lord are for you,  for you children, and for generations still yet to come!

About Pastor Jesse

I am someone loved by Jesus - a disciple, husband, father, pastor, and engineer. God has a mission and invites us into it. I want to do my part to encourage and equip people for life on that mission!
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