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The Little Way of Healing is a Holy Spirit-led approach to the healing of memories. Money raised will go towards a permanent home for the ministry so that a team can be in service there to everyone who would wish to experience Christian healing for their painful memories. We need this base so that those already trained, and coming from abroad, as well as those at home, can receive further training. As our trained helpers travel at home and abroad to pray for the needs of the people, incidentally seeing lives transformed, they pay their own expenses, although recently the ministry has been able to subsidise some people. Without substantial funds this limits the number of times that people can come as helpers. There are people, who are desperate to attend the courses we run but haven't the money to meet the costs of the accommodation .We want to be able, on a permanent basis to subsidise people like these. Thank you for your contribution.
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