Second Year GSSM Student's Testimony

It's like coming home each January when Global School students return from winter break--eager to see friends, share testimonies, and continue with renewed energy toward all that God is doing in them! Often times they don't know how much they've grown until they go back to their "native place" and see the Holy Spirit back them up in ways they've not experienced before. Here's a testimony from a second year student:

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Christian Healing and Prophetic Certification Programs!

In 2014 we welcomed over 400 new students into the CHCP program. God is greatly expanding this ministry training program to equip people all over the world to pray for healing. We are happy to announce our Association of Ministers. The Association is comprised of students who have been trained in the areas of Physical Healing, Inner Healing and Deliverance; that are available to pray with you. Check out are website at healingcertifcation.comfor more information.

A new school year is about to begin for the CHCP program. Our next course starts on January 12th.

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Special announcement- We are launching a new program on January 12th called the Christian Prophetic Certification Program (CPCP). CPCP will offer online training in the areas of Biblical Prophecy, Church History and Prophetic Evangelism. For more details go to www.propheticcertification.com

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GSSM Student's Testimonial

Time with Pastor Bill Whitney

 

A team from Global School went to teach and lead an outreach at a Bill Whitney's church, Freedom Faith Fellowship. We had taught the congregation how to hear the voice of God and as well as the protocol to the prophetic. During the activation time, the church members gave my team amazingly accurate words. After the service we had planned to go to the local mall with whomever wanted to join to apply what was just taught. However, we never ended up leaving the hotel which the church met at! Instead, we ended up giving words of knowledge to the concierge and started praying for her. We spent over an hour ministering to her, interpreting tattoos and dreams, praying for healing, and explaining the gospel...

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Bringing Honor and Healing to Military Veterans

Bringing Honor and Healing to Military Veterans

This year as we pause and remember those who have served faithfully in the United States military on Veterans Day, we express with gratitude to those who have laid down their lives to keep our freedom and to bring freedom to others throughout the world.Memorial Day is for remembering and giving thanks to those who have passed from this life and faithfully served our country. Veterans Day is for those who are still with us, and we have the great privilege to personally thank them for what they have done.We also realize that this year, we will have more soldiers returning home as the operations in Afghanistan are closing down and tens of thousands come back to these shores to begin to live whatever "normal life" might look for them. One of the obstacles that keeps our wonderful soldiers is the rising occurrence of post traumatic stress. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, has become a household name in recent years primarily due to the wars the United States has been involved in since Vietnam, but has also been present in the civilian population. The horrors of the 9/11 event in 2001brought the reality of the effects of trauma in our society into the light of day.Historically, it is recorded that the relatives of those who returned from battle have noticed a change in their behavior and attitude. In World Wars I and II, it was diagnosed as "shell shock" or "battle fatigue".. This can happen at any age or with any gender.PTSD changes the body's response to stress, affecting the hormones and chemicals that carry information between the neurotransmitters in the brain and body. Having a history of trauma may increase the risk for experiencing PTSD after a traumatic event.

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