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Tribal Village, Chitwan

We entered the jungle 30 minutes north of our hotel. Giant trees with buttressed trunks dominated an impenetrable under-storey. The scattered village of simple houses supported a large, new church where 250 devoured the teaching. We began with knees, a man running up and down the aisle. ‘I haven’t run for years,’ he said and grinned. Although shy to begin with, by the second day they were relaxing into healing each other, and we recorded dozens of miracles, including half our own team! On the third day John taught authority to 60 leaders. Many were in tears as the team prophesied over each one. We left behind a legacy of healing in this region, through which 90% of Nepalis come to Christ.

Miracles in Banepa and Ilam

Over 500 attended the Banepa school of healing held in a large church built 26 years ago, and that now also houses orphan boys and many elderly. 50 more came the second day, as news of the healings travelled. Among the many, a middle-aged man, paralysed since birth, walked unassisted to the platform, and sang his thanksgiving to the Lord. The venue for the third school in Ilam was unique! We walked 15 minutes through bamboo forest of bamboo into the tea gardens. 300 packed the church, many sitting outside. The worship was electric, and the Lord began to heal straight away. When we asked who’d been healed,  a seven-year-old deaf boy shot up his hand first! Elisabeth had a painful thigh. The Spirit prompted me to check the length of her legs, sitting her against a wall. We commanded the short leg to grow, and within two minutes it matched the other. Her mother, Rebekah, said, ‘I know you! I was saved in your crusade in Kathmandu in 2007!’ Our very first meeting! ‘Fruit that remains’, she is now a leader in the AG church in Ilam. We praise the Lord for enabling us to minister in ‘the book of Acts’ in Nepal, where the people are so hungry for the Lord.

Nepal Reports - November 2018

The paralysed walk, the deaf hear!

With Rebekah & Elisabeth
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John & Bron Fergusson

Tribal Village, Chitwan

We entered the jungle 30 minutes north of our hotel. Giant trees with buttressed trunks dominated an impenetrable under-storey. The scattered village of simple houses supported a large, new church where 250 devoured the teaching. We began with knees, a man running up and down the aisle. ‘I haven’t run for years,’ he said and grinned. Although shy to begin with, by the second day they were relaxing into healing each other, and we recorded dozens of miracles, including half our own team! On the third day John taught authority to 60 leaders. Many were in tears as the team prophesied over each one. We left behind a legacy of healing in this region, through which 90% of Nepalis come to Christ.

Miracles in Banepa and Ilam

Over 500 attended the Banepa school of healing held in a large church built 26 years ago, and that now also houses orphan boys and many elderly. 50 more came the second day, as news of the healings travelled. Among the many, a middle-aged man, paralysed since birth, walked unassisted to the platform, and sang his thanksgiving to the Lord. The venue for the third school in Ilam was unique! We walked 15 minutes through bamboo forest of bamboo into the tea gardens. 300 packed the church, many sitting outside. The worship was electric, and the Lord began to heal straight away. When we asked who’d been healed,  a seven-year- old deaf boy shot up his hand first! Elisabeth had a painful thigh. The Spirit prompted me to check the length of her legs, sitting her against a wall. We commanded the short leg to grow, and within two minutes it matched the other. Her mother, Rebekah, said, ‘I know you! I was saved in your crusade in Kathmandu in 2007!’ Our very first meeting! ‘Fruit that remains’, she is now a leader in the AG church in Ilam. We praise the Lord for enabling us to minister in ‘the book of Acts’ in Nepal, where the people are so hungry for the Lord.

Nepal Reports - November 2018

The paralysed walk

the deaf hear!

Paralysed since birth, he sings in praise!
With Rebekah & Elisabeth