By L. Putnam
The Christian and Missionary Alliance headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado now has a Healing Room Ministry established by Steve Peterson, a technology group employee of the CMA headquarter staff, trained by NAR Apostle Cal Pierce’s International Association of Healing Rooms, Spokane, Washington (IAHR). Meantime, CMA Higher Life Fellowship, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma has an official healing room under the IAHR co-directed by Dr. Paul L. King.
Perhaps, you’re saying, “Why should this be concerning? After all, hasn’t the Alliance always supported divine healing?” That indeed is true, however, there is a huge concern because as Pro Veritate Blog points out, and as I have pointed out in several of my blogs, “The Christian and Missionary Alliance has exhibited a worrisome move toward the direction of the New Apostolic
Now, the founder of the Healing Room Movement is none other than John G. Lake, the often venerated faith healer, whose healing room ministry has been resurrected by New Apostolic Reformation Apostle Cal Pierce. Therefore, to know the roots of the healing room movement is to revisit its past history as well its recent restoration. And to see the results of that restoration is to look into today’s healing room association–the IAHR.
Take a Look at John G. Lake’s Healing Room History:
John G. Lake? Who was he? Was he the esteemed man of God as his ardent admirers claim, or was he a con and a fraud as history seems to indicate? There’s much to read, and I would admonish one to do so before buying into the healing room mystique and hype!
To peruse most renditions of Lake’s life is to read a biased view of Lake’s legendary fame that’s been told and retold until Lake appears saint-like, rather than the man he actually was. In light of this, I will attempt to give the reader just a little peek into the rest of the story.
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