In previous posts we have brought you news and testimonies from Charis Bible College's School of Healing in Colorado Springs. The school, directed by Daniel Amstutz, has seen some wonderful fruit since it opened its doors in March of 2011. Last month, several staff members and a 14 member team of students, took the School of Healing on the road for the first time. The team traveled from Colorado to minister at CBC-Kansas City's opening rally.
According to healing school staff member, Carlie Terradez, Daniel's assistant, it was Andrew's idea to send the team; his rigorous schedule prevented him being able to participate in the school's November opening. Although he could not be there, he wanted to give the new directors, Mark and Charla Eastwood, a boost and help promote the new campus in Overland Park, KS, so Andrew asked the staff to take a group to the rally.
More than 400 people attended the meeting, and by the end of the event, the venue was standing room only. A majority of the crowd came forward for prayer during the evening, and the students, both from Colorado and CBC-KC, let the love of God flow and attendees were not disappointed.
Signs and wonders followed a time of worship and prayer, and according to one staff member, the team saw so many miracles it was hard to keep track of them all. Highlights from the evening included the double healing of an elderly couple; both received renewal for their aged bodies. The woman's eyes were healed from blindness, and her husband's hearing was restored.
One man came to the healing school event with a thyroid tumor. It was reported that the mass was noticeably swollen and blue, and was protruding from his neck. The man indicated that the tumor was damaging his vocal chords and hindering his voice. As the minister prayed the lump went away, the man's skin became a healthy flesh color and his voice returned to normal. Praise God!
With the success of the meeting in the Kansas City area, there are plans for the school to go on the road again in the future. Keep an eye on the CBC-Colorado website for upcoming meetings in your area.