Noble Ministries is a Christian faith-based, non-profit, public charity, operating under 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.
We exist to:
- Help people rediscover their God-designed identity and destiny
- Assist people in overcoming their emotional wounds, fears and discouragements
- Offer encouragement and renewal
- Provide training in pastoral care
The people having the most positive influence on society are those who are tri-dimensionally whole (meaning spirit, soul, and body), thus functioning as the most free, confident, loving, wise, joyful, generous and creative people on the planet!
The process of becoming whole requires role models and leaders who are themselves whole. We facilitate healing and equipping for emerging leaders to become just that. By helping leaders become prosperous in their souls, we benefit the multitudes.
In order to carry out our mission of providing rest, refreshing, new perspective and healing, Noble Ministries provides three main venues of service:
- Transformational Life Coaching/Prayer Ministry
- Private Healing Retreats
What is “Transformation Prayer Ministry”?
The Transformation Prayer Ministry (TPM) Basic Training Seminar Manual defines TPM as, “Intentional and focused prayer with the desired outcome of an authentic encounter with the presence of Christ, resulting in mind renewal and subsequent transformed life.”
Transformation Prayer is a ministry of prayer that is Christ centered and God-reliant for its direction and outcome. Simply stated, it is encouraging a person to discover and expose what he believes that is a falsehood; and then encouraging him to have an encounter with Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit in prayer, thus allowing the Lord to reveal His truth to the wounded person’s heart and mind. It is not about the prayer facilitator advice giving, diagnosing problems, or sharing opinions or insight. It is about allowing a person to have a personal encounter with the Lord Jesus in the midst of the person’s emotional pain. It is the Holy Spirit that leads us into all truth and it is He that intercedes for us in prayer to the Father. The Apostle desired to “know Him” (Phil. 3:10) and experience Him; “Him” being the person of Jesus.