Do you believe in miracles? Marcus Dygert does.
He not only believes in the miracles recorded in the Bible, but trains people like Jesus did to live a lifestyle where miracles can happen.
Dygert will be the guest speaker at the “Lifestyle of Miracles” Conference hosted by The Crossing (Washington Crossing United Methodist) Church, 1895 Wrightstown Road in Washington Crossing (PA), from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.
Dygert, who has been called a “lightning rod for healing” miracles, will lead training sessions that explore such topics as why pursue miracles, how to pray for healing and learning to hear God’s voice. He is the co-founder of Monarch Ministries International based in Mechanicsburg.
“I’m nothing special. I’m just a guy who says, ‘God, do whatever you want with me,’” says Dygert, who will also hold healing services at the church for those who are suffering from sickness or injuries.
Dygert had never thought about working in ministry. He grew up in a troubled family and ended up living on the streets until he was placed in foster care. “It doesn’t matter about your past. That doesn’t determine your future,” Dygert explained. “Your future is determined by what you do with today. If you allow God to grab hold of you, He puts you in your destiny.”
Dygert went from living on the streets to living for God as a pastor and then became a healer. He said his kidneys were restored and his back injury was healed through prayer.
Dygert will speak about his healing experiences and others’ accounts at The Crossing’s weekend church services at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 and 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 3.
For in-person or online registration, visit crossingumc.org/miracles. The cost is $45 for the daytime training sessions (plus optional $15 for a catered lunch on Friday); evening sessions are free.
Donations for Dygert’s ministry will be taken at the sessions and church services.