About Bethel Health & Healing Network
In 1986, a Dutch woman, Maria Blom, received a God-inspired prophecy that there were to be three projects set up in Birmingham.
These were to be called: Gilgal, Jericho and Bethel and the first of these was to be located in a specific building in Small Heath. Gilgal was established as a women’s refuge at this location in 1994; Jericho began its life as an advice service for unemployed people but later became a social enterprise in 1998 in Balsall Heath, offering paid work experience with training for the long-term unemployed.
Two other projects grew out of Gilgal and Jericho; these were called Stepping Stones and Good Neighbour Centre. The vision for Bethel was not given until 2001; it was to set up a healing and healthy living centre in Birmingham’s inner city, with a two-pronged ministry: healing and healthy living.
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