Hey guys, Sharon here This may be hard to believe, but Tuesday, (November 2, 2010) God healed my back. You all know how much time and money I’ve spent on Chiropractors – Mom can attest to that. For any of you who don’t know, when I was 20 I injured my back though a weekend of intense physical activity – a lot of heavy lifting, chopping wood, and a four-hour horse ride. Since then I’ve gone to the chiropractor in Maple Ridge, and then when I couldn’t afford to keep going, stopped. I put out my back in 2008 when I was in White Rock, and again shortly after I moved to Port Hardy. We’ve been having a 9-day conference focusing on healing, miracles, God’s power and stuff.

 I have seen a deaf guy get healed, I’ve seen a guy walk in on two canes and at the end of the night run and dance out, without the canes, I’ve seen a baby’s stomach get healed, I’ve seen people get touched with the love of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. My youth have been touched by God, and are now praying for people with boldness. And I myself have had some crazy encounters with God that I can’t even begin to describe. One of them, like I said, was when God healed my back. God had started something on my back on Monday night, but it wasn’t finished, so I went up for prayer on Tuesday night. My pastor’s wife prayed for me; I went down on the floor with the power of God, and from that point on, for next hour and a half I felt like I was at a “cosmic chiropractor”. My hips, which had been twisted and my left higher than my right, from my spine being out of alignment, all of a sudden moved where my right came up and my left came down. From there, God worked up my back, twisting me and arching my back, and doing what felt like to me deep chiropractic adjustments. Like I said, this went on for an hour and a half. And then he sat me up a couple times and started stretching me and rotating my back. Then he moved me into ballet stretches and warm-ups. Now, I have not taken ballet. The only dance training I’ve had is one year of mixed dance in grade 10, and only one unit was beginning ballet. So the girl that was filming me has taken dance for most of her life; she recognized that I was going through ballet warm-ups. Then God danced me. And I am serious when I say God danced me – I had no control over my limbs. It was like being led in a dance, only not from the outside but from the inside. I was fully aware of what was going on, just not in control. (Though I tried to control it at first, which resulted in some funny collisions with chairs and stuff. After that I yielded, and God led me in dance). I danced to music that was in the background at church, and did moves that I’ve never done, with a grace I have never had before. Michelle (the one trained in dance) told me later that part of the reason she knew it was God and not me was all the technical stuff, like posture and my feet/hands positions, that I couldn’t possibly have known. Then, after 15 minutes of dancing, with no elevated heartrate, no sweating, no breathing hard – God did cool-down stretches and movements with me. Michelle and Caleb (who has also taken dance) said that I was doing a bar routine. At the very end, God had me pray over Michelle, and then Caleb – again, Him moving me – and Michelle told me later that I had been on point when I was praying over Caleb. Point is the most advanced position a ballerina can do – it’s dancing on the very tip-toes – which I have never done. And I was in bare feet. There’s more to the story, but in a nutshell, God healed my back. And I have a video that was taken of the tail end of the healing and almost the entire dance. I’ve uploaded it to Youtube in two parts, both of which I am linking onto this email. I am totally amazed, still am, that God healed my back, and then danced me. It was the most incredible experience I have ever had.