Prayer for physical, emotional and spiritual healing has been a large part of Rev. Cynthia Watke’s ministry for many years. In healing prayer workshops, retreats, conferences and during healing services, God the Holy Spirit has used her prayers in corporate “concert” with those of other prayer warriors to bring miraculous answers of healing.

One such person became a dear personal friend. In the spring of 2008, Mrs. Jean Dixon of Salisbury, went home to be with the Lord Jesus after a valiant fight with lung cancer and diabetic complications. Her personal testimony to family and friends was of the dramatic emotional and spiritual healing that she received from God through the prayers and discipleship of Rev. Watke. Her life was transformed; her spirit was unchained from the heavy burden of sorrow and guilt she carried related to her sister’s death many years earlier.

For several years Cynthia has participated in a healing prayer group of pastors and lay leaders who uphold one another in their ministries.

Rev. Watke is available to work with your church or a group of church pastors and leaders offering healing prayer seminars and healing services. Please contact her to schedule an interview by phone or Skype to plan a seminar, a healing prayer retreat or a healing service.

What do leaders say about her healing prayer ministry?

Cynthia is a colleague in ministry and a good friend as well. She has great listening skills, insightful wisdom and shares this in a most graceful manner. She is extremely good at building relationships with any type of person. Cynthia knows how to keep confidentiality and practices biblical mutual love. I know of her deep prayer life, as we participated together in a small weekly covenant group for four years. I know of her commitment to grow in the image of Christ.

Cynthia is very creative. She has wonderful artistic and musical skills that lend themselves to everything she endeavors. That includes weekly worship and her daily patterns of life. Cynthia is a highly gifted woman who would be an asset to any gathering of Christ believers around the world. I highly recommend that serious consideration be given to include her in your ministry.

— Dr. John Blalock; Pastor, Spiritual Director, North Carolina