Mariette was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2012, and also suffered a significant neck fracture. The chaplain from Menno Place, where Mariette was living, remembers that she didn't think Mariette would recover because of the severity of her condition. After praying for Mariette and "asking God for mercy and bringing her back and it was a long journey but then she came back, and suddenly she was getting so much better. Not just physically, but also cognitively." Mariette believes it was a miracle: There's no way, without intervention by God, it has to be God. It's a miracle, because no nothing else would have taken me out of there.” Mariette's daughter, Audrey talks about how her mom wants to make a difference: "Because she wants to help people, she wants to ensure that people understand what Alzheimer’s is, what dementia is, ‘cause honestly until you experience it, it’s hard to believe that this happens. It’s hard to believe that somebody comes back from this. So yeah, it’s a miracle for sure. No question."
Carrie Hung Ching Yee
In May of 2005, at a doctor’s visit, it was discovered that Carrie had a lesion in her left ovary, and a polyp in her uterus. While expressing her disappointment to God, she was convicted of her bad behavior judging people she grew up with. She cried and asked God for forgiveness. At her next doctor’s appt (prepping for surgery), they couldn’t find any problems in her scan, and declared she was “good to go.” Not long after this miracle Carrie experienced kidney swelling and was diagnosed with “Hydronephrosis”. After a failed medical procedure to repair her kidney, she was being wheeled in for a second surgery, when the doctor stopped and said, “I don’t see a problem with you. You had the surgery before, I should be able to see the scar. But I can’t even see the scar or locate any problem. And your kidney is fine.” Three years after these 2 healings, Carrie was able to give birth to two beautiful children… Gabriel and Michaela… named after the angels of God. Carrie says: I think what matters most is not whether we get healed physically or not, but that we trust in Him. That He has the best plan.”
Tommy's journey to believe that God could heal began when he was a science researcher who was called to ministry. After seeing his wife Carrie healed, he began to encourage others in his church to pray. He tells the story of one dramatic healing of a single mom (Lisa) who was healed of ovarian cancer.
Rebecca Jean Cowboy
Rebecca has joined our ministry teams on many occasions and carries a healing prophetic voice to the First Peoples across this land.