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How to Pray Effectively with others in 5 Minutes – Release of the Holy Spirit
June 15 @ 9:00 am – 3:45 pm
This workshop was developed by Christian Healing Ministries (CHM) founded by Francis and Judith MacNutt. It is a very simple teaching on healing and praying with others. The afternoon session will be on the Release of the Holy Spirit and Power Evangelism. Like a sponge that is not used, Christian vocation and ministry can become dry if we do not re-charge. The afternoon session will give the participants the opportunity to re-charge.
Presenters: Fr. Russell A. Griffin, SSC and Cynthia Griffin, LPC
• Two MacNutt Videos followed
• Practicum on praying with others
Presenter: Caroline Gambale-Dirkes
• The Release of the Holy Spirit
• Power Evangelism
[Pre-registration not necessary, but preferred]
Cost: $10.00 Includes Lunch
$ 6.00 for Workbook
About Caroline Gambale-Dirkes [2nd Presenter]
Caroline Gambale-Dirkes is a dynamic and passionate speaker. Her motto is “you need to do the ridiculous to see the miraculous!” Sharing incredible stories such as how she evangelized two New York Giants football players, she keeps her audience engaged and wanting more.
Active in youth ministry and evangelization for almost 30 years, she has served in various roles including Eastern Regional Director for Life Teen, Diocesan Director of Youth Ministry for the Archdiocese of Newark, Director of Evangelization at St. Joseph Church in Hillsborough, NJ, and Board Member of the National Service Committee for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
Caroline is a pioneer of multi-generational ministry through 2Tim4 Ministries, which she co-founded with her husband Dan. 2TIM4 Ministries is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan and seeks to preach the gospel to all ages through parish missions and retreats. She continues to serve the National Service Committee for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal as a Council Member. She also leads a multigenerational prayer meeting with hundred of attendees called Upper Room that meets bi-weekly at Christ the King in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Caroline is a 1993 graduate of the Franciscan University of Steubenville with a bachelor’s degree in Theology and Psychology. Caroline has spoken internationally at numerous diocesan rallies, retreats and conferences including the National Charismatic Leadership Conference, Steubenville Youth Conference, National Catholic Youth Conference, Life Teen Adult Training Conference, and the Steubenville Priests, Deacons and Seminarians Conference. In 2013, she received the National Evangelization Team Distinguished Alumni Award for her ongoing commitment to evangelization.