HARTS RUN, W.Va. (WVDN) – In a move inspired by the words of Jesus in Matthew 10:8, a group of believers in Greenbrier County is taking their faith beyond church walls and into the Greenbrier State Forest.
The gathering, open to all who are seeking spiritual connection and healing, will take place on Sunday, June 11, at 10 a.m. at Shelter No. 2 in Harts Run.
The event aims to provide a space for those in need of physical or emotional healing, as well as for individuals looking to connect with other believers outside of a traditional church setting.
Andrew Poage, one of the group’s formative leaders, invites attendees to “join us for a time of refreshing and restoration in the presence of the Lord of all the Earth.”
Micheal Waid, another leader of the group, emphasizes the importance of trying new approaches to faith and worship. “If we want to see God move in ways that we have never seen Him move before, we have to start moving in ways that we have never moved before,” Waid says.
The gathering on June 11 could be a turning point for many as believers come together in the Greenbrier State Forest to seek deliverance and freedom through their faith. The event is open to all, reflecting the group’s belief that Jesus is calling his church to reach out beyond its walls and into the wider community.
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