Team Member ProtocolWhat is the East Bay Healing Ministry Team?
A team of people who love Jesus, live from the EBHC core values and are prepared to minister healing, encouragement, and comfort.
• Goal: Listen to God, access His heart, and be empowered to minister His healing love and blessings to others.
• We will provide a consistent team of trained healers, creating a safe environment for those we minister to.
What it is not:
• Counseling ministry/sessions
• Extensive inner healing. We can refer folks to the leadership for other resource ministries such as Heart Trek ministry, Sozo, etc.
• Extensive deliverance ministry. Although we will pray for freedom, as possible, more extensive ministry should be referred to the leadership and/or a follow-up appointment.
What is expected from a team member?
• Goes through a preparation phase:
o Submit an online application, which includes a pastoral recommendation
o Attend (and/or video viewing) a minimum of 5 EBHC training workshops
o Attend ongoing monthly team mentoring one hour prior to each monthly healing training as well as any extra training and/or meetings, as determined by leadership
o The EBHC leadership will have the final approval for those applying to serve on the Ministry Team.
• Regularly prays for people at the Healing Center trainings and future Healing Encounter Rooms
• Be willing to receive feedback and correction, if needed, in order to learn and grow
• Be willing to intercede for the team, each other & leaders
• Be willing to pursue inner healing, if recommended by leadership. We want to help you to be healthy and protected as you help others.
• Remain in healthy relationships with your team and be willing to work out conflicts
• If needed, ask leadership for help
Qualities of Ministry Team members
• Be born again and continue to pursue intimacy with God (John 3:3; Rom 6:23)
• Be led by the Holy Spirit (John 16:13; Galatians 5:25)
• Love without an agenda and without judging
• Be safe, trustworthy, discrete, and maintain confidentiality
• Follow directions and accept roles given by leaders
• Know when help is needed & be willing to ask for help
• Continue to seek ways to grow in your capacity to minister the love and power of God
• Ability to freely receive & give with the heart
• Be willing to “take a break” or “step down” when “not in a good place” to minister
• Be willing to receive ministry as well as give it (Prov 3:11, 13:1, 15:32)
• Stay denominationally neutral in ministry (I Cor 3:3-11)
• Walk in forgiveness as a lifestyle & keep short accounts (Matt 6:14-15, 2 Cor 2:10-11)
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