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I remain confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living.
Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD .
Psalm 27:13-14


Our first and foremost desire is to bring glory to God by demonstrating the love of Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit. Although my professional calling for many years was as a musician and faculty member of the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University, I heard and responded to God’s call to fulltime ministry in 2011. With the publication of Glimpses later that year, ministry opportunities here and around the world began to increase through speaking, teaching, healing prayer and music.

Now ordained in ministry, my husband Philippe and I are privileged to serve together as Global Leaders with the ILI (International Leadership Institute) team, teaching the eight core values of our Christian faith around the world. We partner with other global ministries such as MICN (Missional International Church Network) and Healing Tree International to bring the knowledge and love of Jesus to the nations (See International Outreach page).

An increasing aspect of our ministry involves establishing services of Christian Healing Prayer (CHP) in hospital chapels. We have trained teams of gifted, compassionate intercessors to pray for anyone who would like to receive healing in the name of Jesus. All are welcome to attend any of our hospital services.

For those of you who enjoyed reading Glimpses, a new book has been birthed and published under the imprint of Healing Tree International. Entitled GREATER THINGS THAN THESE - Practicing What Jesus Preached, this book chronicles dozens of miraculous eyewitness healings that Philippe and I have seen in response to healing prayer around the world. Check out the Greater Things book page for an excerpt.  You'll also find links to some of my published articles in Sharing magazine on the blog page. You can also find inspiring, topically-arranged devotionals from my hospital chapel reflections on the Chapel Reflections page.

Cancer. The mere mention of the word strikes fear into the hearts of everyone, Christians included. Virtually every individual in today’s world will be touched by this disease in some way: as a patient; as a care-giving spouse or family member; as a friend who comes alongside. Some of us have experienced all three of these roles, struggling to maintain our equilibrium amidst the moment-by-moment challenges of facing this formidable foe. The good news is that when this journey is shared, the light and love of Christ can bring healing and hope to all. Glimpses is 36 chapters of Christ's faithfulness in the midst of all of life’s challenges. [More about Glimpses>>>]

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