HOTS Healing and Update

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We had such a phenomenal time at the Healing on the Streets (HOTS) Training this weekend!  I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited about what God is going to do in Sioux Falls over the coming weeks, months…and years!

I have to tell you what happened after the event…

I took my son to Scouts on Monday night.  Another Scout dad was there when I walked in.  His wife had attended the HOTS event, but he was not able to come.  He told me that a couple weeks ago he broke his toe trying to step over the family pet and slipping on a wet spot on the other side.  He was having ongoing pain and bruising.  So his wife prayed for him after the event!  He said his foot got really hot as she prayed.  In fact, it was so hot that he had trouble going to sleep…and the pain was still there.  But, when he got up the next morning, the pain and the bruising were completely gone!

And so it begins!

If you attended the entire training, please come out this Saturday from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  We’ll be out there, rain or shine, on the sidewalk next to the Phillips Avenue Diner on S. Phillips Ave to pray for anyone who will receive prayer!

Even if you didn’t receive training, please spread the word and come out to receive prayer!  We’d be glad to pray for any needs you have!

Some have asked about ongoing training or catching up on a missed session.  If you would like to coordinate a training for anyone who missed all or part of the event, please let Becky know at [email protected].  We have training videos you can watch.  (Please plan to show all of the sessions, if possible.)  Otherwise, we will be announcing some training opportunities soon!

Be sure to keep up to speed on the website, or at  Give a heads up if you plan to come this weekend.

I look forward to praying with you!


PS Be sure to let us know if you have any testimonies of God doing something in your life as a result of HOTS!

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