download - Healing Winds Conference

Phone: 828-545-0261
To make housing reservations, please do one of
the following:
EMAIL: [email protected]
Coordinator: Nancy Hankins
Healing Winds Conference
PO Box 704
Black Mountain, NC 28711
PROGRAM FEES: $50.00 per person
(after August 25: $75.00)
Payable by CHECK ONLY to
Healing Winds Conference
(partial scholarships available)
Commuters must pay $5.00 setup fee to
Healing Winds with registration fee.
Prior to August 25, Program fee minus $25
10 a.m., Friday, September 26
at the Bethea Welcome Center
The conference begins with lunch at
12 Noon on Friday, September 26 and
ends at noon on Sunday, September 28
(No lunch will be served)
Call Lake Junaluska at 800-222-4930
(8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Group Name: Healing Winds Conference - state
whether you are a prayer minister or participant
OR Book online at
Click on Accommodations, reservations; then online reservations. Enter booking code 6645. Select
exact arrival & departure dates. Follow prompts to
complete reservations. Have credit card ready when
you make reservations. It is required at check-in
and remaining balance will be charged at that time.
Cutoff date is AUGUST 26.
Lodging rate includes 2 nights and 6 meals.
Meal plan includes lunch & dinner Fri-breakfast, lunch & dinner Sat--breakfast Sun
Single Occupancy - $204.00
Double Occupancy - $150.00 per person
Triple Occupancy - $124.00 per person
AX, MV, Visa & Discovery accepted. Reservations
made on or after Sep. 11 require full payment.
REFUND POLICY 30 days or more, deposit minus
$15.00. 29 days or less NO REFUND
COMMUTERS must make meal reservations with
Lake Junaluska by Sept. 17. Breakfast $9.00,
Lunch $11.00; Dinner $13.00
(above will appear on name tag)
HOTEL Check-in: 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26
Lake Junaluska
Conference and Retreat Center
has always been known as a place of spiritual
enrichment and transformation; offering new
opportunities for worship, study, leadership
development and fellowship in events that encourage
all to a commitment to Christ and enable growth as
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20th Anniversary
September 26 - 28, 2014
The Power of a
Rekindled Life
“I remind you to rekindle the gift of
God that is within you . . . for God did
not give us a spirit of cowardice, but
rather a spirit of power and of love and
of self-discipline.”
2 Timothy: 1:6-7
Rev. Josh Acton
Rev. John Rice
Conference Speakers
Rev. James Rains
Conference Chaplain
Worship Leader
To be announced
Conference Leaders
The Rev. Josh Acton has long been a
The Rev. John Rice served as a parish
leader in the Healing Ministry. He is Executive
Director of Desert Call Ministries, and Sr. Pastor of
both Church of ACTS in Hemet, CA and The Rancho
Vineyard Church in San Diego, CA. He has pastored
Episcopal and Anglican churches for over 20 years.
priest for twenty-four years in Episcopal churches in
Vermont and western North Carolina. During that
time he also led workshops on healing prayer
ministry in churches and OSL Chapters throughout
the southeast and other regions of the U.S.
Josh is founder and former Executive Director of
the Center for Christian Healing, a Diocesan
Ministry to the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. He is
president of the North American Board for the
International Order of St. Luke the Physician and is
a former Director of Region 7 (Western States) for
the Order of St. Luke.
In 2012 John responded to God’s call to focus more
of his time and energy on restoring and growing
Jesus’ healing ministry in the church. He left parish
ministry in order to serve as the Director of OSL
Region 3 (Southern States and Caribbean) and as an
active member of the North America OSL Board of
He leads retreats and conferences on healing and
spiritual renewal across the country. Josh is the
author of A Powerful Joy: Lessons in Healing and coauthor of Spirit Walk.
The current focus of his teaching ministry is “to
encourage, equip and empower God’s people for
Jesus’ healing ministry.” In 2009, John began leading
mission teams to bring Jesus’ healing ministry to the
Diocese of Durgapur, India. In the fall of 2012, fortysix individuals were inducted into one of three OSL
Chapters in the newly formed OSL India.
The Rev. James Rains was inducted into
the healing ministry in 1969 at St. Stephen’s
Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.
He was a regional director of Fish Net in Vermont,
while rector of Zion Church, Manchester. He has
worked with Matthew, Dennis and Sheila Linn,
Judith and Francis McNutt. He has served on the
leadership team of OSL Mountain Chapter; and
currently leads their monthly Generational
Eucharist in Asheville.
A graduate of the Philadelphia Divinity School
and ordained Episcopal priest, he served churches
in New Jersey, Maine, Vermont, Maryland,
Colorado and California; and is currently rector of
St. Paul’s in Morganton, NC.
Healing Winds
1995 - 2014
The Healing Winds Community
invites you to join us this fall at Lake
Junaluska for the 20th annual Healing
Winds Conference. Starting in 1995,
Healing Winds has offered
opportunities for spiritual, emotional
and physical healing. Gifted speakers
from all over the world have added to
the richness of our experiences in
healing ministry as we have
worshiped, prayed, sung, laughed,
cried and learned together.
We believe that Jesus is alive and still
heals today. We celebrate our twenty
years of sharing this knowledge with
each other and the world.
Sponsored by
The International Order of St. Luke
River of Healing Chapter
Hayesville, North Carolina
Mountain Chapter
Asheville, North Carolina
Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter
Hendersonville, North Carolina
The International Order of St. Luke the
Physician is an ecumenical organization
dedicated to the Christian healing ministry
with members throughout North America
and the world.