Jesus welcomed the people, taught them about the Kingdom of God and healed those in need. Luke 9:11

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Truth & Freedom 12 of 55: Ministering To The Sexually Abused - MP3 Download

Speaker: Ken Hepworth
64 mins

Jesus wants to bring healing to the sexually abused.

The teaching on this CD will be beneficial to anyone seeking to help the victims of sexual abuse.

Ken speaks frankly about God’s plan and purpose for sex and how the enemy has distorted sex and debased human beings. He explains how abusers take their victims from one degree of abuse to another and what the serious consequences are.

Practical guidelines from many years of experience are given for those who desire to minister to the sexually abused.

The world doesn’t have answers to help people but Jesus can set them completely free.

(Recorded at 'Equipped for a Purpose' Conference Nov 1997.)

The vision for Ellel Ministries was to be a place where people can receive ministry and be trained to help others. However, organisations such as Ellel Ministries can’t possibly meet all the needs. The demand for personal ministry is overwhelming.

Many churches want to help but they don’t know how. Others don’t have enough people in their congregations who are properly equipped. For this reason the conference 'Equipped for a Purpose' was held. It was planned to help the Church with the task of equipping its people to fulfil the Great Commission to preach the good news of the Kingdom and heal the sick.

Why is healing so important to the Body of Christ? In reality we all need healing from the consequences of living in a fallen world, but we are not just referring to healing from the obvious symptoms of sickness and disease –important though that is.

Paul prayed that we might be whole in spirit, soul and body (1 Thessalonians 5:23) and the process of walking towards healing brings reality and encourages us to grow in maturity as strong disciples of Jesus.