Our Mission is the releasing of individuals and generations into harmony and unity of body, soul, and spirit.

Our Vision
The Vision of 4-Life Ministries is to bring hope, peace and order out of conflict to individuals and communities through intentional focused intercessory prayer. Simply stated, it is inviting Christ to identify any lies we may unknowingly believe so they can be uprooted through a revelation of Truth. In Prayer we are able to hear His Voice that breaks into places that no human voice can. Through Prayer we make room for the Lord to reveal His truth to the wounded heart and mind, allowing us to have a personal encounter with the Lord Jesus. It is the Holy Spirit that leads us into truth, light, peace and hope.

Lis Schmidt

Executive Director
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Lis Schmidt is co- director of 4 Life Transforming Prayer Ministry along with her husband, Alan. Although Lis is trained professionally as a Registered Nurse, with additional training in sexual assault(Forensic Nursing), Peri Natal Hospice Counseling, crisis pregnancy counseling and family practice, her calling is to help others discover renewal and healing through the power of Jesus Christ. Initially Lis was trained in Advanced Theophostic Prayer Ministry and is a past member of the International Association of Theophostic Ministry. She previously lead a church team using the Theophostic Prayer Ministry Model from 2007-2011. She was trained in Bethel Sozo in 2013 after having had her first sozo in 2012, and the 4 Life Ministry became a member of the Bethel Sozo Network in 2015. She also received a certificate in Pastoral Counseling through the Center for Advanced Recovery Education in California. In 2016 she became a licensed minister through the River Fellowship. Lis believes prayer ministry is an effective way of helping people get to know the Lord better and get free from pain. She has also received training in Family Foundations International, and Christian Healing Ministries. Lis uses a team approach in this ministry. Lis leads and mentors the growing team of prayer ministers and prayer intercessors. She loves to see the Body of Christ equipped to do the work of the ministry, and is committed to ongoing training and equipping of her team and ministry.  4 Life Transforming Prayer Ministry is also a member of the Morningstar Fellowship of Ministries out of North Carolina. She is also a member of the Women in Ministry Network through Patricia King.

Alan Schmidt

Associate Team Member
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Alan Schmidt is a team member and prayer partner. He is trained in Bethel Sozo and enjoys being a part of bringing peace and healing to the wounded and broken hearted. He too has received additional training in Family Foundations International. Alan has been doing financial coaching for 40+ years, thus He is gifted and experienced to do Financial Sozo’s. He is a business leader in the community and brings his strengths to add to the team.

Chaplain Karla Charboneau

Biblical Counselor
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Karla is a master’s level Biblical counselor and a Board Certified Professional Counselor as well as a Chaplain. Karla has been a counselor since 2005. She has been a Director of Counselors where she supervised other counselors and student counselors. Karla deals with all kinds of relational issues, and has worked with people from 3 to 85. She has been a wife to John Charboneau for the last 42 years and is a mother to 6 children. Karla and John have nineteen grandchildren. She is teaching parenting classes and teaching a class at Word of Life Institute . She is available for personal counseling sessions.

Our Ministry Teams

                        SOZO TEAM 2017

Our prayer ministers are mature Christian adults from a variety of Christian backgrounds who’ve answered God’s call to serve at 4-Life Transforming Prayer Ministry. Together we support and glean principles from other healing ministries such as Family Foundations International, Christian Healing Ministries and SOZO as part of our ongoing training and personal challenge of maintaining our intimacy with the Father.

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