The following is an update from Holly Stevenson, East Hill’s former Small Groups Pastor:
Many people have asked me, “Are you still attending East Hill?” Yes, I am! After my employment ended, I never left. I love the people and the worship! You can usually catch me at the Sunday 9:15 service. I am also part of the East Hill Listening Prayer Team and highly recommend that everyone take the opportunity to schedule a personal session!
I also get asked, “What are you doing now?” One very rewarding endeavor is that I have started a non-profit ministry called Go Hope. It provides alternative methods for health and healing for those seeking to be physically, emotionally and spiritually well. GO HOPE uses natural supplements, alternative medical treatments and faith-based processes to bring about healing of the mind, soul, body and spirit.
I was able to combine my understanding of healing and restoration from East Hill with my experience with natural products to create a holistic approach to helping others get to another level of health which they are able to maintain as they establish strong relationships and process inner healing. We provide one-on-one coaching support and partner with those who cannot afford the health remedies that will transform their lives.
God brought many pieces together in a short period of time to make this possible. I am amazed at His orchestration, provision and divine encounters with many people who helped me to pursue organizing and implementing the program.
Go Hope is currently helping three individuals on their health and healing journey. We provide a variety of supplements, nutrition, assessments, tools and treatments to assist them reach their own personalized goals. The ministry is funded by donations and I hope that we will be able to see the many more people get the extra boost that they need to have hope that their lives can change and they can make a difference! If you would like more information, you can contact me thru www.gohope.org.
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