Christian Author Challenges Church Leaders to Prioritize The Ministry of Healing
Is Church ‘as is’ Really Enough?
Christian Transformation Life Coach Jeffrey Vincent Noble’s book, “Is Church ‘as is’ Really Enough? Prioritizing the Healing of God’s People,” encourages church leaders to follow Jesus’ example of healing. Noble introduces a different approach that partners traditional church methods with additional proven healing modalities to more effectively meet the holistic needs of congregations.
Using foundational scripture Romans 12:2, Noble invites churches to renew their minds as he presents a “bulletproof argument” for a healing ministry and examines traditional thinking as a blessing or a curse. Survey results to the question, “Is Church ‘as is’ Really Enough?” and real life testimonies of healing are also included in the book.
Noble believes that if churches are to do what Jesus did, they would develop and prioritize an intentional healing ministry to relieve people’s suffering. In the book’s foreword, Rev. Dr. Johnny Ray Youngblood writes that “Jeffrey Vincent Noble, here in this initial work as well as in person, gives off the aura of being a critical lover of the church of Jesus Christ.”
Jeffrey V. Noble has been an Energy Medicine Practitioner since 1994 and is the founder of The Noble Touch, providing a prayer-centered, holistic approach to health and wellness through his healing and coaching work.
“Is Church ‘as is’ Really Enough? Prioritizing the Healing of God’s People” is a powerfully enlightening book to add to your library or give as a gift to friends and loved ones.
Noble is also a Master Pranic Healer, who trains others annually in this healing modality. He and his team of Pranic Healers, provide healing services at various locations throughout New York City, including hospitals, churches and health fairs. They also offer Free Community Nights of Healing on the first and third Monday of each month.
Jo Anne Meekins
Inspired 4 U
Are churches providing services and tools to rid people of their suffering? All over the world, Christians go to church looking for answers to life's most pressing questions and problems. Unfortunately, most churches only provide a biblical reference, prayer and anointing. Churches, for the most part, do not teach practical applications that believers can apply to their daily lives.
In his first book, “Is Church ‘as is’ Really Enough?” Jeffrey V. Noble points out how traditional thinking has retarded the growth of most Christians. He feels that if churches are following the example of Jesus Christ, then they should develop and prioritize an intentional ministry of healing to relieve the suffering of its people.
In a survey sent to over 250 people, 92.6% of the respondents stated that church is not enough. Noble invites congregations, as a whole, to RENEW THEIR MINDS and church leadership to teach the application of the scriptures. Chapter 8, "A Message To Church Leadership," lays out a bulletproof argument for providing an intentional healing ministry.