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Tools for Healing

Tools for Healing

In my 30+ years of experience in natural remedies and health, I’ve encountered a lot of different modalities for therapy.  Few excite me as much as essential oils do.  Throughout the Bible there are references to “balms”, “ointments”,  and “anointing oils”.  Granted, these were more infusions than anything else, but the fact of the matter is that the properties in plants have long been used in healing.  It’s just that today there is technology that permits us to concentrate these properties exponentially in the form of these essential oils.

Some argue that essential oils are too expensive.  Granted, the more pure ones are more costly but consider the story of Mary Magdelene anointing the feet of Jesus before His death.  The oils she used were considered precious, and it cost her a year’s wages to perform that “lavish” act!  We certainly don’t have to spend a year’s wages to enjoy the benefits of essential oils.  But that act of devotion anointed the heart of Jesus more than just His feet.

As a Lifestyle Educator, Lifestyle Counselor, Medical Missionary and RN, I fully endorse and embrace the use of essential oils in the recovery and maintenance of health.  As I counsel with people now, I am beginning more and more to recommend the use of essential oils for everything from insomnia to gut healing.  And I believe this is every bit as connected to spiritual health as was Jesus’ teaching and healing.

If you would like to investigate what we consider the purest, best quality essential oils available today, please check out our site here: HEALING OILS

May the Lord bless your journey towards health mentally, emotionally, physically AND spiritually, that we may help to bring Closure for Jesus!

Natural Wound Care

Natural Wound Care

Here is the next video from our Spring 2018 Camp meeting.  In this presentation, Dr. Rachael Agard, of Sunbright, TN, presents some options for taking care of wounds naturally.

Essential Oils

Essential Oils

As part of our Spring 2018 camp meeting here at Closure for Jesus Ministry, our friend, Trish Malpica, presented a talk on the benefits of essential oils.

Closure for Jesus Family Camp 2018

Closure for Jesus Family Camp 2018

Closure for Jesus Spring Family Camp
May 16-20, 2018
1884 Rouse Branch Road
Liberty, Kentucky 42539
Theme: Closure for Jesus

Camp registration begins Wednesday, May 15, 2018 at 5PM; meetings will begin Thursday morning. We request you notify us of your plans to attend by the end of April so we can have an estimate of how to prepare. There are no housing accommodations available. Motor homes and campers are welcome, but there are no hookups available. Tent camping spots are available, and we will have outhouses and outdoor showers for campers. Camping is permitted (unless there are heavy rains) on the south side of the creek, but vehicles are not permitted. Supplies must be carried to camp sites on the south side of the creek.

Children must remain under the supervision of parents at all times. NO PETS!! No food is provided; campers must provide their own provisions. Please, no shorts or tank-tops or otherwise immodest clothing. We suggest you bring drinking water. We have water, but it’s sulphur and tastes icky to some.

There is no registration fee, however, there are expenses for us to have camp meeting. We request you consider a love offering to help us meet those expenses and continue to develop our camp ground and ministry building for future meetings.

This year’s keynote spiritual speaker is Dr. Norman McNulty and the theme is “Seeking Closure for Jesus”. Practical components will include: gardening, gardening with horses, natural remedies, wild edibles and medicinals, homestead finance, solar power, mental and emotional preparedness, etc. Speakers are (but not limited to): Kalon and Danna Gesellchen, Titus Morris, Brooks Fuller, Scott Esh, Trish Malpica. We will strive to video record as much as possible for those who cannot attend.

We will strive to keep time open daily for personal needs and personal devotions. General quiet time is from 9PM-6AM, during which time we request you be respectful of the needs of fellow campers for rest.

There is a gas station within 6 miles of our farm, and there are grocery stores and produce markets within 12 miles. There is a motel in Liberty, Kentucky, which is about 12 miles from our farm.

For more information, stay tuned to our web page (www.closureforJesus.com), Youtube channel (Danna Gesellchen), and Facebook page (Closure for Jesus). See you there!!