Ministry of healing, deliverance, reconciliation, repentance, unity of individuals and the Body of Christ.
Leaves of Healing Ministries
Ezekiel 47: 12
Evangelist/Prophetic Leader, Lorraine D. Coconato has served the Lord for 17 years. She and Frank, her husband of 30 years, and their two sons, Todd and Scott attend/serve at The Church on the Way in Van Nuys, Ca., where she ministers bimonthly. Leaves of Healing is also an itinerant ministry of repentance, reconciliation, healing and unity.
She is uniquely called to bring the gift of love, salvation and healing to a broken and wounded generation. She and her ministry team, that sometimes accompany her in her travels, have witnessed the miraculous intervention of the Lord in the lives of multitudes!
Lorraine serves on the board of three ministries that unify the Body of Christ, Citywatch LA, Valley Crossover and Pray Cal. She is a prophetic writer, listening for the voice of the Lord and scribes numerous articles, encouraging the Body of Christ to consecrate themselves to the Lord, love Him with all their heart, love & unify with the brethren and pray without ceasing.
The Lord has most recently (2003) opened an effectual door to minister healing to the entertainment community in Hollywood.
A prophetic dream and word were sent to warn President George W. Bush prior to 9/11. She loves Jesus, loves to soak in the Word of God and loves people!
Misconceptions that Birth Stillborns
We all Sing with the Same Voice
The Best Offense is His Defense
Pearls in the Harbor
Posted on: Wednesday, January 28th, 2004 by Lorraine Coconato
Quite a sports enthusiast at a young age, I dated a Defensive End of the New York Giants Football team, for a brief time. I loved watching the team scrimmage and establish strategies to defeat their opposition. They didn't play “to play” they played to win!Modern dictionaries afford various definitions for the word, “offense,” one of them being,“the side that is attacking or attempting to score in a game.” Where as the antonym (opposite),“defense” is “the tactics used to defend oneself or one's goal in a game.” From these two definitions we can conclude that the offense/offender is the aggressor and the defense is the defender.Scripture teaches that Jesus is our Mediator, our Defender, our Arbitrator, our “District Attorney,” between Father God and the relentless aggressor, more commonly known as the “accuser of the brethren,” satan, himself. (Revelation 12: 10)Being sinners, we need a Public Defender (Jesus) to “¦wipe out the handwriting of requirements that was against us¦” ...( Col. 2:14a) having nailed it to the cross,” a debt, paid in full by the Blood of Jesus 2000 years...
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