A child is every mother's pride and joy, and every mother desires for her child to be well and happy. This, however, was not the case of 15-year-old Mbeko Banjatwa, who was diagnosed with thrombocytopenia and systemic lupus erythematosus, two diseases that left her confined to a wheelchair. She consistently experienced fever, fatigue, discomfort and loss of energy.
Mbeko’s mother was heartbroken to see her child in so much pain, robbed of a normal childhood and unable to do anything by herself. As Mbeko’s health deteriorated, desperation and hopelessness set in. Mbeko’s circumstances continued in a downward spiral until the family heard about the Healing School of Christ Embassy and decided to attend the Healing School Autumn Session in 2012.
Mbeko’s encounter with the man of God, Pastor Chris, was the turning point in her story as she received one divine, life-transforming touch from Jesus. Today, a brand new Mbeko is full of joy and gladness, as she tells her story of the awesome wonder of God.
For many years, people from all around the world have come to the Healing School, sick and desperate for a miracle, and they have not returned disappointed. Usually, this is the last resort for them; they come with diseases that have no known cure and ailments that have defied medical solution.
In a few weeks, the Healing School Summer Session 2014 in Toronto, Canada will commence. The Healing School of Christ Embassy is inviting everyone interested in attending to register now at www.enterthehealingschool.org/summer2014 or call +1 (416) 747 7979 and +1 (855) 328 7979.
Everyone is also invited to partner with the Healing School:
1. By inviting someone to attend the Session (www.enterthehealingschool.org/summer2014)
2. By joining the Healing School Prayer Network (www.enterthehealingschool.org/prayer)
3. By giving for the Session (www.enterthehealingschool.org/partnership)
For more information, visit www.enterthehealingschool.org/partnership for more details.
Swipe through the picture gallery below to see more before and after pictures of Mbeko.