Transformed for Greatness; a day conference
Sandra Sellmer from Elijah House Prayer Ministry is scheduled to speak at a day conference. She has a passion to see people healed and set free into their destiny and purpose in Christ.
Day Conference, Saturday 26 Feb 2011
Barn Church, Culloden, Inverness(kindly granted)
Conference organiser Lorna McDougall writes: "We are delighted that Sandra Sellmer is coming to Inverness. Please come and join us as we worship God together and hear His heartbeat for us through Sandra’s teaching ministry".
She continues: "Sandra ministers with a strong prophetic anointing and Biblical base, and is especially gifted in the areas of trauma, identity, and restoration of hope and joy. She has taught and ministered nationally and internationally and her passion is to see people healed and set free so that they can be fully released into their destiny and purpose in Christ."
Three seminars including worship -
Cost £20 for the whole day (£10 concessions) plus £3 for lunch, coffee/tea or -
- 9.30am - 12 noon
- 2pm - 4pm,
- 7pm - 9pm
£7 per session plus £3 for lunch, coffee/tea (morning, lunch and afternoon sessions only).
Lunch - soup and filled roll, tea/coffee
Please register by emailing Lorna.McDougall@btinternet.com
See Elijah House website
Sandra Sellmer is a mother and grandmother, and came to Elijah House from Trout Creek, Montana.
Sandra ministered in her local church for over 25 years, serving in various capacities as worship leader, women’s Bible study and Sunday School teacher, education department superintendent, deaconess, prayer minister and mentor. Sandra was the featured speaker for many youth and women’s retreats and has facilitated Sunday school teacher training workshops.
She also co-owned and operated a family business for 13 years. Marital problems, depression and burnout led Sandra to the Elijah House ministry, where she encountered God’s unconditional love, healing and restoration. Seeing the fruitfulness of the ministry and transformation in her own life, Sandra came back to Elijah House to be trained and equipped so that she could share with others what she had received.
Because of her own painful life experiences, Sandra can especially empathize with those suffering from rejection, abandonment and shame, and ministers with gentleness and compassion.