Some people believe that miracles ended when apostles died. If that's so then why do we see authentic miracles to this day? Does God pick and choose when miracles happen and to whom? Or is there something we do to position ourselves to receive them? Arbee Freeman delves into these questions explaining an incident in Jesus' ministry that few have understood: His encounter with the Syrophoenician woman. Pastor Freeman of Celebrate Jesus Church in Medford, Oregon wants you to kw that miracles are t a thing of the past and there are some simple steps believers can take to receive them!
A native Oregonian, Arbee Freeman grew up in the coastal area around Brookings. He also lived in Eastern Oregon in the community of Lakeview where he worked for the family logging business. He went to broadcast school and was offered a lucrative job in television sports casting when the Lord called Born-again at age ten, Arbee made a commitment to God at age 25 and He called Arbee and his wife Janie into full time ministry in the early 70's. He sent them to Medford, Oregon to start a church. The Lord spoke and told him very clearly, As you set your face as flint in intercessory prayer, the Word of God will go worldwide out of Medford, Oregon. Ever since then, the practice of prayer, and teaching it to others, has been the foundation of everything he does. He has pioneered several churches in Northern California and Oregon, ministered in several foreign countries including South Korea, Trinidad, and Uganda, but his primary calling has been to Medford to educate, equip, and empower people by rebuilding the walls of faith. Because of the Apostolic/Prophetic anointing Arbee operates in, many have been supernaturally healed of terminal and incurable afflictions, delivered from demonic influence, and set free from mental and emotional trauma. His practical, down-to-earth style is easy to understand and apply in everyday living, and those who have been consistently sitting under his preaching and teaching have become people who walk in health, victory, and authority in their own lives. It has been prophesied that Medford is the gateway to revival in the Pacific Northwest, and we well believe it. Located on the I-5 corridor, Medford is the second large community you meet as you cross from California into Oregon. Long a stronghold of darkness, Arbee and Janie's band of warriors have been diligently working at shifting and changing the atmosphere in Southern Oregon, the results can be seen everywhere.