A couple of years ago I was talking with a man who told me he lost his job in healthcare. He had offered to pray with one of his patients, but his employer objected because they found no evidence that it might help. Another group in the UK was forbidden from advocating prayer for healing, again because the authorities said they didn’t have evidence that prayer is effective. GMRI is a 501(c)3 non-profit institute dedicated to researching the biomedical and health effects of Christian prayer for healing, and communicating that evidence to scientific communities and the public. Our research is funded 100% by individuals who want to see medical evidence regarding the effects of Christian prayer for healing. We have published a number of peer-reviewed papers documenting remarkable medical effects following prayer for healing. Now we are excited and ready to research our next case reports. We have 8 cases of claimed miraculous healing through prayer in the works at this time, each with strong and remarkable medical records documenting the healing from otherwise incurable conditions. Each case takes at least 100 hours of work from every member of our research team. Once we receive a reported remarkable healing, we gather and process medical records, literature reviews, consulting with medical specialists, conducting interviews, collecting data, carrying out administrative tasks and board review, writing and editing the case report, and managing media exposure of it, plus more. Our purpose is to provide medical evidence about remarkable healings following prayer for healing. We have already seen that publishing these case reports in medical journals provides strong evidence about the effects of healing prayer, and we are working hard to publish more cases. We need your help to make this happen. Will you help us today? We aim to raise $50,000 by July 31st to research the next case report, and you can be a part of this study by just clicking on the donate button below. Thank you!
About The Author: Clarissa Romez
Clarissa has a Master's in Molecular Biology from the University of Brasília (UnB) and is passioned about bridging the gap between Science and Faith. She works as a research assistant for GMRI investigating healing testimonies and writing case reports about them.
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