Equipping Disciples

Learn how to tap into Heaven at Encounter Summer Intensive

“Amen, amen, I say to you,
whoever believes in Me will do the works that I do,
and will do greater ones than these,
because I am going to the Father.”

 – John 14:12

Jesus wants to work miracles through you!

He wants you to tap into your heavenly inheritance won by Him on the Cross.

If you are intrigued, if you want to more fully experience what God has in store for you, plan on attending an Encounter School of Ministry Summer Intensive seminar, to be held on four consecutive evenings, July 30 through Aug. 2, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at St. Gerald Church in Ralston, 9602 Q St.

Tickets are $30 for each night.

Participants can register for all four nights or whatever nights they are available.

The Summer Intensive provides a taste of the Encounter School of Ministry, a two-year program of weekly classes that dives more fully into one’s Christian identity and the gifts of healing, prophecy and inner healing.

The school “draws from the richness of our Catholic heritage as we seek to teach, equip and activate disciples to demonstrate the love of God through the power of the Holy Spirit,” according to the Encounter School of Ministry website.

Father Michael Voithofer, founder of Ablaze Worship Ministry, is the director of the Encounter School’s Omaha satellite.

“Jesus didn’t die on the Cross to just get you to Heaven, but He died on the Cross to put Heaven inside of you!” Father Voithofer said.

“It’s time to be set free and empowered by the Holy Spirit to live life to the full. As you are freed, you can free others!”

“There are so many today who are living like orphans,” he said, “and our dear Heavenly Father wants to set us free from the bondage of fear, loneliness, depression, discouragement, sickness, disease, and infirmities.”

There’s “a vault of glory that’s available to you because of what Jesus did on the Cross,” he said.

All that “was purchased on the Cross,” he said, “and it is to be distributed by you and me through faith, through our hearts.”


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