Nigel Mumford was a tough Marine Commando trained to kill. Despite a conversion experience when he was younger, he had all but dismissed God in the light of his traumatic brushes with death in Northern Ireland. But that was until his sister was miraculously healed. This testimony tells the story of Nigel's own journey, during which he overcame post-traumatic stress syndrome, fear and feelings of inadequacy to become a minister of healing. He gives moving accounts of some of the healings he has witnessed and encourages us to step out in faith to bring God's healing to others.
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Nigel Mumford is the director of the Oratory of the Little Way in Gaylordsville, Connecticut, USA. The Oratory is a retreat house dedicated to the ministry of healing. Nigel Mumford is the brother of Julie Sheldon, the author of the acclaimed books 'Dancer off her Feel' and 'One Step at a Time'.Review:
"Nigel Mumford has written a fascinating book - a rare combination of his own exciting experiences and excellent teaching. - Francis MacNutt This simple narrative enables the reader to be drawn to those people with whom Nigel has worked, and whose lives have been changed forever due to the marvellous results of prayer. - Jim Glennon
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Book Description Hodder & Stoughton Religious, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110340787147