Dr. Steve Seamands has spoken healing, theology and prayer into countless lives over a lifetime of serving Christ. Seamands served as the Professor of Basic Christian Doctrine at Asbury Seminary for close to 40 years. In addition to that class, he taught Introduction to Spiritual Warfare, Introduction to Healing Prayer, and a class studying the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Seamands has authored several books, including Wounds That Heal and Ministry in the Image of God (a Christianity Today book award winner). Now retired, he continues to pray and work actively toward the renewal of the Methodist tradition, serving as a prophetic voice, In this episode, he shares his own story, then talks about the ministry of healing, spiritual warfare and also principles learned from the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Dr. Steve Seamands
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