About Heaven in Healthcare
A place for Christians working in the health sector to connect, learn, and be inspired to release heaven wherever they go.
The Power of a Common Dream
When I started medical school this excitement had grown into a life passion and dream so I started to explore the ways in which it could be expressed. As I progressed through my medical career I saw God work through me in the workplace; miracles of healings; creating atmospheres of peace, hope and joy amongst some of the most challenging circumstances. Creative wisdom, encouragement and discernment all flowing through the activity of the Holy Spirit has always been the normal potential of Christianity – God at work in and through us to bless the world.
Imagine if that was the dream and experience of every Christian working in the arena of Healthcare, what a difference we could make in the world. This is the heart of Heaven in Healthcare, the power of a common dream, and we are starting to see this reality unfold as we equip and train Christians to realise their full potential.
It is a very exciting journey to be part of and we believe that Health Provision in many nations will be enhanced as we move forward together to release Heaven in Healthcare.
Meet the Team
Pete is the founder of Heaven in Healthcare and heads up the leadership team. He inspires both the team and our wider network of members with his passion for putting heaven into healthcare. As a Doctor, his vision has always been to see God-given medicine working alongside miracles of healing, which can clearly be seen in his teaching, his equipping and his leading.
Pete is married to Kim and has two grown up children and two grandchildren. He loves sport, looking after his garden, and chocolate. Fun fact: Pete’s first sporting triumph was the High Jump.
Administrator & Editor
Helen is married with two school-aged children. She loves being creative, walking, baking and keeps a keen eye on Netflix. Fun fact: Helen has played the violin since she was four years old.
Emergency Care Practitioner
Sasha loves sport with a particular passion for Liverpool FC, having fun, egg custard tarts and developing her allotment garden. Fun fact: Sasha was a South East of England power lifting dead lift champion!
Patrick & Felicity Mayfield
Patrick is a writer and coach. Felicity loves the outdoors and walking the nearby hills. Together they delight in their wonderful family of six children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. In lockdown, they both recently discovered the exhilaration of running – something they had assumed was impossible at their time of life! Fun facts: Patrick was at Wembley to see England win the World Cup Final. Felicity once had dinner with President Jimmy Carter.
Dr Mike Von Fraunhofer
Mike is married to Sarah and they have two adult children. Fun fact: He is a dab-hand at driving a fork-lift truck after spending a year working in a wholefood warehouse.
Stuart is married to Donna, has three grown up sons and one, very new, grandson. He loves rugby and baking sough dough and seeing new indie bands live. Fun fact: Stuart is currently busy building a tree house.
Trustee & Advisor
James lives in Maidstone in a in a 17th century working water mill. When not working on the mill or in the surrounding gardens, he likes to spend his time restoring and renovating classic motorbikes. He is married to Liz and they have a daughter Louise. A passionate sportsman who particularly enjoys football, supporting Chelsea, golf, motorsport and fishing. Given the opportunity he would love to explore more of the world. Fun Fact: James has faced a few culinary challenges during his travels, from having to swallow a large spoonful of soft pork fat in Denmark – thinking it was a desert – to eating a sea cucumber in Shanghai, not wishing to cause any offence by refusing it. With a little concentration, both of which he claims he can still taste even today!
Anne’s interests include her allotment, walking, exploring, and making her own organic cosmetics. Fun Fact: Anne once held a tarantula in her hand, briefly!
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