[Change of Venue] The 2019 Elijah Challenge Training in Houston: January 4 & 5

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The mission of The Elijah Challenge is to train and send harvest workers into gospel-resistant regions of the world to preach the gospel and heal the sick (Luke 10:9) as compelling supernatural evidence to gospel-resistant people groups that Jesus is in fact the Messiah. The great harvests of souls we see in Acts are now being restored to missions in India. This is taking place during these Last Days through the nameless local disciples we are training and sending to untouched regions outside of urban areas where the gospel is already available.

100 house churches in India planted by 72 newly-trained workers—in one year

“We doing the works that Jesus did? No way…impossible!”

If you would like to be trained in the same way to heal the sick and cast out demons—just as Jesus taught and commanded his disciples before he sent them to the harvest field—we welcome you to join us this January 4th and 5th at:

1863 Dart St. (south of I-10 near Houston Ave. and Washington Ave.)
Houston, TX 77007
Gate code “1995″
(park on the street)
 
Local churches can benefit from the Training. Church members who are trained will be able to preach the gospel effectively as the early disciples did and bring new souls into the kingdom of God—resulting in local church growth.
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During the sessions we will do demonstrations of actual healing just as Jesus taught and commanded. We especially would like to minister healing to people with symptoms of heart disease. If you know someone who would like to be healed of their heart condition, they are welcome to join us to be healed in Jesus’ name. (Testimonies)

The acceleration in missions during these Last Days


Schedule

Friday, January 4th: 7 pm – 9:30 pm
Saturday, January 5th: 9:30 am – 5 pm
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Registration

To register, email us at [email protected]nge.org with the number of people coming
No registration fee required…freely we have received, freely we give!

 

NBA Hall of Famer Elvin Hayes miraculously healed of congenital heart failure; testifies at our Gala

Testimonies of people who had heart disease