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“Healing and Mind renewal for the Body of Christ”

13 June 2008 4 Comments

“He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted”  – Isaiah 61:1

Hello Everyone,

I would like to welcome you as the first day of my new blog. In the future I hope to do a regular devotional with an emphasis on healing and mind renewal.  Today I thought I would first introduce my self with a short biography for those who do not know me.

As well as being a Clinical social worker for the past 30 years and a mental health professional God has called and anointed me to bring healing and mind renewal to the Body if Christ. I not only counsel but my primary calling is to bring emotional healing and mind renewal through Spirit lead inner healing prayer. I have trained extensively with Dr. Ed Smith in a Sprit lead approach called Theophostic Healing Prayer. (See www.theophostic.com for more information.)

It has totally changed what I do and the results I see in peoples’ lives. I see people for extended, intensive times of healing prayer and see the Lord do incredible things in their lives as a result.

I hope this may be a Blessing to you as you go on your journey and I hope you allow God to do in you all that He has promised. May the Lord richly Bless your lives this day.

About Frank Meadows

Frank Meadows has been married for 32 years to his wife Beth who works for the Christian Broadcasting Network. They have two sons, Ryan.22 who just graduated from Oral Roberts University and Jonathan 20, who will be a junior, also at ORU.

Frank is the founder of the Meadows Healing Prayer Center in Chesapeake, Va. For years, he has counseled and ministered healing prayer to many in the Hampton Roads, VA area. He has been utilizing Theophostic Healing Prayer with great results since 1999. Since that time many have come from across the United States to receive Frank’s Ministry for extended times of intensive healing prayer. Since that time he has ministered over 12,000 hours using Theophostic Healing Prayer with great results. Frank has taught and facilitated many Theophostic Basic Training Seminars and healing prayer training locally, nationally, and internationally. He has presented at the Theophostic International Conventions in 2003 in Minneapolis and 2006 in Orlando, Florida. In 2006 and 2007 Frank went to Turkey to train and minister Theophostic Healing Prayer to key pastors and leaders in the Turkish church who are influential throughout the Middle East. In 2006 Frank accompanied Dr. Ed Smith, the founder of Theophostic Healing Prayer Ministries, to Ghana, Africa, where Dr. Smith did the first live Theophostic Training in Africa and Frank ministered to African leaders.

Frank is a mental health professional and a licensed clinical social worker. He is also the clinical director of Christian Psychotherapy Services in Chesapeake, Virginia. He has been in practice there since 1989 ministering to clients and families with emotional, relational, spiritual and abuse trauma recover issues.

Frank has been trained in Theophostic Healing Prayer at the advanced training level and all apprenticeship levels. He is also an Advanced Theophostic, Video Facilitator.

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  • Barb B said:

    We are praying that many continue to find healing and freedom. God is using you!
    Barb and Mom

  • drjerry said:

    Great looking blog, Frank. Welcome to the blogsphere! You and Randy did an awesome job!
    God bless,

  • Michelle said:

    I am interested in being trained in Theophostics. I live in Virginia Beach and attend Regent University. Where can I go to receive training?

    Thank you,


  • choocaDoome said:

    Excuse me for writing Off-Topic – which Word Press template are you using? Looks awesome!

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