How it all began ....
the story of the Five Fold Ministry Ireland.
Phenomenal Miracles are expected everywhere and every time the Five-Fold Christian Healing team visit.
They have led 'outreaches' around Ireland and abroad where it is claimed, "they saw many miracles and wonders at God's Hand".
"Thousands, from America to Europe have witnessed dramatic miracles take place through this small team.
Invalids get out of wheelchairs, backs are straightened, eyes are restored to perfect sight. Sufferers are freed from alcoholism, drug abuse, cancer etc., and AIDS victims have also been totally healed," explained "Paul", the group's leader.
"Paul", whose name is omitted from all publicity as he "wants to lift up only the name of Jesus Christ, the one true Healer", became a member of a charismatic group in the mid-'80s after visiting a group meeting in Dublin, with his wife.
A successful business and family man, his own beliefs were founded through a laying-on of hands by that group's leader who told him on his second visit that he didn't know Jesus. "I thought she was daft until she put her hands on my head and said, 'God show this man your power'. I felt the power coming all over me and knew that Jesus was real”, he affirmed.
Paul continued to attend the group's meetings and studied the scriptures over the next four years until he began to notice the effect his own laying on of hands was having which included a seriously ill eight-year-old child being healed.
"Jesus was healing through me and the word spread quickly. Since then they have held meetings throughout Ireland, in the U.K., in New York, Boston, and throughout New Hampshire, including at the time, the huge Gill Stadium".
All the Five-Fold members have full-time occupations but work voluntarily for the team, giving of their time freely and gladly and paying their own expenses. The group is a non-profit, non-commercial organisation which does not expect payment and invites all people and all denominations to their meetings, Free of charge. They have nothing to sell and unusually, almost uniquely,
do not seek donations.