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Special Guest Speaker at St. Paul's Episcopal in Brady
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 • Posted January 25, 2012

The Rev. Dr. Jack Sheffield, Interim North American Director of the International Order of St. Luke (OSL), will be preaching at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brady, on Sunday, January 29th. The service starts at 10:30 a.m. A ministry of healing will also be integrated into the morning’s worship service.The Rev. Dr. Jack Sheffield and Anna Marie Sheffield are co-founders of Christ Healing Center in San Antonio. They have been serving in the healing ministry for over 20 years and have witnessed many healings and miracles of God’s grace and power. He has been a chaplain in the Order of St. Luke the Physician, since 1993 and serves as the Director of Region V, which encompasses six states.The International Order of St. Luke the Physician is an interdenominational organization dedicated to the Christian healing ministry. Members meet together in local chapters to study Scripture, especially the biblical stories of the healing miracles, as well as other books on Christian healing. Members also engage in healing prayer, often with the laying-on of hands.Founded in 1932 by the late Rev. Dr. John Gayner Banks and his wife, Ethel Tulloch Banks the Order of St. Luke’s purpose has been to restore the ministry of healing to its proper place in the Christian Church. Initially, the focus of the Order was to promote healing services in every church. That commitment to healing within the church still exists but the focus now includes extending a healing ministry beyond the church and into the greater community.St. Paul’s invites anybody interested in the healing ministry to attend this wonderful service. The newly formed local chapter of OSL meets the second Tuesday of every month at St. Paul’s. For more information regarding Sunday’s service or the Order of St. Luke, contact Father John Fritts (325) 597-1330. You can also visit the Order of St. Luke website:

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