Healing on the Streets

Healing on the Streets: “The Public Prayer Station: Taking Healing Prayer to the Streets and Evangelizing the Nones

Published in October 2018, “The Public Prayer Station: Taking Healing Prayer to the Streets and Evangelizing the Nones” is William De Argeaga’s latest book. A practical guide to effective and compassionate street evangelism through offering sensitive prayer, this is a movement that Fr. William pioneered back in the 1980s. Today it is being practised by many Christian groups, both Catholic and Protestant, and some regard it as the most effective means of open air evangelism ever.

Read an excerpt HERE, and buy a copy by clicking on the title above.

William is known internationally as a Christian author, historian and expert on revivals and the rebirth of Christian healing movement. He’s also a  regular contributor to the Pneuma Review. I read his book, “Quenching the Spirit” in the early 1990s and I was moved and inspired by it. I feel privileged to be partnering with him in bringing his writings to a wider audience. Check these links out:

In an unexpected development, March sees our D. H. Ruffle Memorial Library teaming up with the Rev. William De Arteaga and his blog posts. We are pretty excited!

Please do share our site and “follow” to receive updates. I’m putting a lot of work into making it the place that will be truly honouring to our Lord Jesus Christ and edifying to His Bride here on earth. Blessings in Jesus – John & Gladdys Ruffle


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