physical setup for a church

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02 Jul 2013 06:22 #34281 by bru79
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what equipment is needed?
Are sacrements administered in private rooms or a common treatment area?
How many staff per patient are needed?

I know costs vary greatly depending on country, but i want to figure out what i'd need and how much it would cost and how many people i could expect to treat.

Is there any step by step information about how to physically setup a healing facility. I'm not asking about memorandums or assocation and other paperwork. I want to know how to physically put a healing facility to together in the most efficient way.

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02 Jul 2013 13:04 #34289 by pam
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I have not seen that published anywhere - it may be dependent on the country. Amanda Mary has a much more elaborate set-up than most - but she has more latitude than most.

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03 Jul 2013 04:39 #34306 by bru79
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Are there any video walk throughs of a facility online? It might be a good thing to include on the DVD course! I'd love to see the setup in Bulgaria!

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13 Feb 2014 00:11 #39922 by larry
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I believe I saw a video on setting up a church in South America on one of the DVD's. I'm sure all countries are different but we mainly need to focus on helping people regardless of what big brother tells us. Worrying about big brother is what got us in this fix in the first place. We gave him too much authority over us. We are sovereign unto ourself and no one else. God Bless :)
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14 Feb 2014 21:19 #39983 by revrob
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IMHO, the best way to set up a restoration facility is to start small and grow it. This way you calculate the cost as you grow.

Alternatively You will firstly require your own premises, you dont want to be kicked out because the owner does not like what you do or is pressured to expell you.

You can either start with just consultations (walk in and out people). in this case you will need a reception area and a room for each Minister to examine and clean people in.

Other things you need are examination table, receptionist, one helper for each Minister, (it is better if you never examine any person alone, always have at least two present with the person being examined).

Also the supplies you use should come direct from the wholesalers or else it will be too costly.

The other way is to set up a hospital like facility where people stay on until healed, the capital and running costs vary but it is not cheap and a lot of the time you will not get big donations, so if you do it this way you will require a lot of capital and available cash.

It could take two or three years before you see any profit. It is not easy I have a lot of respect for anyone that does it.

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