Randy Clark, says, Jo’s is the story of a most amazing testimony of healing. Jo now travels all over the world setting people free, praying for the work of the Holy Spirit and training & equipping churches to live in the power of the kingdom of God. Part of that is hearing from the Lord and then acting on what we here.
Having greater impact with the prophetic will be a seminar for those who already listen to God for other people and who want to go deeper. I've experienced Jo's ministry first hand I would encourage you to come along and be changed by what you experience. Mike Jones, Vicar of St Mary's Luton
This event is free but we would ask you to register.
We will be taking a love offering
10.15 am - Doors Open
12:45pm round up & depart at 1pm
Jo will also be the Speaker at our Sunday services - at 10:30am and 7pm services on Sunday 27 January - at St Mary's Luton.
More about Jo
Jo Moody was a life coach who experienced God dramatically heal her from 14 years of debilitating post pregnancy pain and was powerfully transformed as a result. See Jo's testimony here
As Randy Clark, says, Jo’s is the “story of a most amazing testimony of healing. It's one of the greatest healings I have seen, and one of the most documented histories of pain and disability. But, it is not just the story of her healing; it is the story of living life with disabling pain for years, and life after healing. It includes an out of body experience at her death.
Her story is a living epistle of what God desires for each of us. The Father longs to heal, restore, and commission us to represent His heart to a world and Church struggling to believe Christ's death offers both forgiveness and healing." (Psalm 103:2—5).
Jo now travels all over the world training and equipping churches to live in the power of the kingdom of God- in bringing healing and the good news and hope of Jesus through the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit. Her heart is especially in helping us to walk in our true identity as children of God.
There is on street parking around St Matthew's and a small car park on Wenlock Street, Luton