Elijah Challenge Herald
November – December 2010

Preaching repentance in the spirit & power of Elijah
The Elijah Challenge trains disciples of Christ to heal the sick as Jesus taught and commanded His disciples when He sent them out to preach repentance and proclaim the kingdom of God (Luke 10:9).

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In this issue: 
“Buckle your seatbelt and hang on for a daring ride if you’re going to study this Church growth curriculum by Dr. Wallace Henley.”
Escape the Hezbollah has won the Christian Book of the Year Award
Author Pola Muzyka’s new thriller has recently won the Small Book Publisher Christian Book of the Year Award! Her book centers around a young man who struggles to guard and sustain his love for God, his fiancée, and his family when faced with the brutality of Sharia law. Escape the Hezbollah is now available at Barnes & Noble and on Amazon at



The ministries of leaders after training with The Elijah Challenge 

Read their powerful testimonies & reports


Elijah Challenge Training Events in 2011

March 3-6: Basic Training II (Advanced Training), Houston, Texas

Click here for details of these Events




Other departments

Elijah Challenge Teachings & Articles


Some of our historic meetings

Egypt  |  Vietnam  |  Nigeria  |  India  |  Niger  |  Malaysia  |  Burkina Faso  | Indonesia  |  Liberia  |  more

Your church or group can be equipped with The Elijah Challenge  

Both conservative evangelical as well as charismatic pentecostal churches have been trained  more info

The Esther Challenge: Seminar on Beauty and the Christian Woman  

Taught by Lucy  more

Giving Investments to The Elijah Challenge 

Tax benefits from donating securities—whether they have appreciated or declined in value  more info

Giving to The Elijah Challenge by credit card    click here

Mailing address: 
P. O. Box 168
Barker, Texas 77413-0168


The Elijah Challenge

The Elijah Challenge equips every believer according to John 14:12 to heal the sick as Jesus taught and commanded His disciples in order to demonstrate to the world and to God’s backslidden people that He is the only way to the Father. It has been accepted by both evangelical and charismatic churches and has brought reconciliation and unity. It is instrumental in equipping the Church to fulfill the Great Commission. The time of the superstar “one-man-show” evangelist is fading and the time of the nameless disciple is at hand. Like the apostle Peter we do not bring you “silver or gold,” but what we have we give you: we will equip you to heal the sick in Jesus’ name (Luke 10:9) to reach the most gospel-resistant people groups.