What does kickstarting mean?
Throughout this website you see the word ‘kickstart’ mentioned a few times – but what does kickstarting mean? It simply means a disciple of Jesus who helps another disciple to pray for the sick for the first time and to see people getting healed for the first time. Kickstarting is short for teaching people to heal the sick, preach the gospel, cast out demons, etc. by taking them out and showing them how to do it. When you have done it once, you know you can do it again.
Kickstarting is spreading all over the world and a powerful example of this you can read here:
Three years ago a man from Sweden came to Denmark. We took him out on the street and kickstarted him in preaching the gospel and healing the sick. He went home to Sweden and continued doing the same with other people. One and a half years later, we saw that this had already grown to 5 generations: the person we kickstarted had kickstarted one, who had kickstarted one, who had kickstarted one, who had kickstarted one.
Several of them have seen over a thousand healings in a year. So because of kickstarting we alone have seen many thousand of people getting healed all over Sweden and hundreds of people getting born again through repentance, baptism in water and in the Holy Spirit.
Do you want to do what Herman does in this video? Then you need a ‘kickstart’.
Powerful discipleship tool!
A good way to kickstart someone is to go out to a public place where there are many people. The person who has experience with laying their hands on the sick and seeing them getting healed (the trainer), stops people and asks them if they have pain or a disease they want to get rid of. When the person agrees to receive prayer, the trainer ask the person who is being kickstarted (student) to command the pain/disease to leave. If there is no immediate healing, the trainer encourages the student to continue and repeat the praying – until the person is healed.
When the student experiences for the first time that people are getting healed through their hands – just as Jesus promised – it starts a fire in them. Faith rises up and they want to see more. It encourages them to continue for greater thing – like seeing people saved and starting to live a life lead by the Holy Spirit.
Over the years, many people have been kickstarted. And they continued kickstarting others.
An example of kickstarting spreading
Over the years, many people got kickstarted.
And they continued kickstarting others. Here you see Torben Sondergaard kickstarting Tommy Gubi.
Sonia Voss continues and kickstarts others.
Here you see Sonia kickstarting other people.