course 202

Elijah House Schools

GET EQUIPPED IN SPECIALIZED AREAS

Elijah House School Prayer Ministry Training Course 202 gives students an advanced learning opportunity with instruction in more specialized issues. Lessons include: earliest childhood traumas, emotional abuse, neglect, generational inheritance, the effects of occult involvement, false identifications of love, addictions, denial, sexual issues, depression, burnout, etc. Ministry tools include how to create a safe atmosphere for ministry and how to properly care for and feed your own spiritual life. Many of these lessons deal with highly confidential issues of the heart.

 

Elijah House has been successful in quietly restoring Christian leaders and others who have wrestled with significant challenges. Raising up healthy, strong leaders and a strong Body of Christ is the goal of these powerful lessons and small group sessions. There are 24 lessons in all, plus four prayer ministry demonstrations with volunteers from the school.

Practice within small groups helps students expand their inner healing prayer experience as they minister to one another. Experienced small group leaders assist with ministry skills and provide valuable guidance a students grow in confidence. Students are provided with a study guide containing lesson notes, references, and enrichment articles. A prerequisite for attending Prayer Ministry Training Course 202 is graduation from an official Elijah House live or video 201 school (or Basic 1). Two additional books, Why Good People Mess Up and Healing Victims Of Sexual Abuse, available from our online bookstore at elijahhouse.org/store, are required reading. 

Prayer Ministry

Particularly listening prayer not therapy, psychology and techniques as the basis of ministry to the broken. We equip the ordinary believer to be able to apply the transformational principles we believe in Elijah House through focused, Spirit-led prayer.

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