Maxton- On August 17th through the 19th, 2014 nine members of the Shoeheel church family joined with members of the Lumber River Conference of the Holiness Methodist Church at its annual course of study program held at New Prospect. The classes were on prayer, fasting and anointing for healing. Any of which you could spend a lifetime studying and doing and still not master. But attendees were given a crash course on the subjects answering questions like:
What is Prayer? What are the levels, types and postures of prayer?
Who can anoint? Which oils are to be used for anointing the sick?
The finale was the actual participation of the group in mixing, consecrating and using Holy Anointing on some of those present.