Imagine With Jason Clark

Episode Three / Mahesh Chavda

 

 

 

 

 

I had the incredible privilege to talk about miracles and the powerful love of God with Pastor Mahesh Chavda.

For over thirty-five years, the Chavdas (Mahesh and Bonnie) have been reaching the nations with the gospel accompanied by signs and wonders. Hundreds of thousands have come to salvation and thousands have received healing from critical diseases like AIDS and cancer through their ministry.

Many of these miracles have been medically documented, including healings of Stage IV cancer, the lame, deaf and blind as well as the resurrection from the dead of a six-year-old boy.

In this episode, Pastor Mahesh tells the story of how God raised that six-year-old boy to life.

Imagine with Jason Clark is an interview-based web series. The guiding purpose is to reveal the always-good transforming love of God.

With over three miracle-packed decades of experience, Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda lead Chavda Ministries International, a worldwide apostolic ministry. The vision of CMI is to proclaim Christ’s kingdom with power, equip believers for ministry and usher in revival, preparing for the return of the Lord.

For over thirty-five years, the Chavdas have been reaching the nations with the gospel accompanied by signs and wonders. Hundreds of thousands have come to salvation and thousands have received healing from critical diseases like AIDS and cancer through their ministry. Many of these miracles have been medically documented, including healings of Stage IV cancer, the lame, deaf and blind as well as the resurrection from the dead of a six-year-old boy.

In addition, Mahesh and Bonnie have produced many useful tools for believers including their books, Only Love Can Make a Miracle, The Hidden Power of Prayer and Fasting, The Hidden Power of a Woman, Storm Warrior and their latest books, The Power of the Cross: Epicenter of Glory and Getting to Know the Holy Spirit.

Together, the Chavdas pastor All Nations Church in Charlotte, NC. They also spearhead a global prayer movement, The Watch of the Lord®, where they have been leading their congregation in weekly corporate prayer for more than a decade.

For more information on Mahesh Chavda go to chavdaministries.org

Thanks to Seth Snider for the use of his song My Angel in the title sequence – from the album Pitch Black Pines – sethsnider.bandcamp.com


Jason Clark
is a writer, speaker and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

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