The Forgotten Touch: More Stories of Healing

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Church Publishing, Inc., 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 135 pages
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The author's unusual spiritual journey transformed him from a Royal Marine Commando, trained to kill or be killed, to the director of the healing ministries of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center, where he now teaches people to heal and be healed.

This long-awaited sequel to Hand to Hand: From Combat to Healing, Mumford's experience of healing in the trenches, offers vivid snapshots of God at work in the world. These true tales from the author's healing ministry and prayers gives the reader insight into the little-known world of modern miracles.

Inspiring to Christians and non-Christians alike, these accessible stories challenge us to explore the depths of our faith. They will encourage healers in their ministry of prayer and those who are ill to seek physical and spiritual healing for themselves.


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About the author (2007)

The Rev. Nigel Mumford is the author of four books. He is a former Royal Marine Commando, with eight years in the corps. In 1991 he dedicated his life to the healing ministry after his sister was dramatically cured of Dystonia through prayer. He was the director of healing for the Albany diocese for ten years, and also directed the Oratory of the Little Way. He taught healing ministry as an adjunct professor at six Theological colleges, and taught the healing ministries to many cathedrals and churches around the world, and at the Pentagon. His other books are, Hand to Hand from Combat to Healing, The Forgotten Touch, More Stories of Healing and After the Trauma, the Battle Begins, Post Trauma Healing. He is a regular contributor to Sharing Magazine for the Order of St. Luke. Nigel has been interviewed several times on CBN and TBN and has a news feature on CBN about his ministry to Combat Veterans. The author was born and raised in England, and now lives with his wife Lynn and their King Charles dog in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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