Inaugural Healing Workshop

Ho’ola Health & Urgent Care

Inaugural Healing Workshop

Saturday, January 20, 2018
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM (lunch provided)
Kalihi Union Church
2214 North King St., Honolulu

Dear Healthcare Professionals and Those Interested in Providing Healing:
You are invited to a workshop to hear about:
  • How to discern God’s fingerprints and integrate Prayer and bring Missions into your everyday healthcare practice and healing environment.
  • How to preserve your well-being and zest for medicine amidst the everyday realities and burdens of caring for patients.
  • Why and how a Non-profit Christian Faith-based clinic in the Kalihi area on Oahu can serve as a “Missions-in-our-backyard” opportunity to bringing physical, spiritual and emotional healing for those lacking access to quality healthcare?

Ho’ola Health & Urgent Care Clinic is a Christian Faith-based urgent care clinic, whose Mission it is to provide Oahu’s underserved communities with caring for the health of the human Body, Soul and Spirit, through medicine, prayer, emotional healing, and demonstrating God’s Love.

Ho’ola’s first clinic will be located in the Kalihi-Palama area of Honolulu

Matthew 10:8 (NIV)

Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.


8:00 am Welcome & Prayer
8:10 am Vision:
  • Whole person, natural and supernatural healing in healthcare context
  • How Kalihi clinic fits into this context
8:30 am Talks on Christ-centered, practical approaches to –
  • Caring and Healing for Self: How to preserve your well-being, and avoid burn-out, amidst the realities and pressures of caring for patients.
  • Caring and Healing for Others: How to see God’s fingerprints and bring Missions into a secular healthcare practice.
  • Table-top practical exercises and sharing
10:30 am Break
10:45 am Medical Missions in “Our Backyard”: So What’s This Kalihi Clinic All About?
12:00 pm Lunch
  • Breakouts: “What role can I play?”
  • Next Steps
1:00 pm End, with optional tour of Kalihi Clinic site (2055 N. King St.)


Dr. Abby Abildness
is a founder and CEO of Healing Tree International ( Together with her husband, Dr. James Abildness, their passion is to network pastoral, medical, business and government leaders for the healing of nations. Abby is a sought-after speaker and teacher both nationally and internationally. Jim and Abby are global leaders in the global health transformation network. Abby Leads the Global Apostolic Prayer Network and is State leader for the Pennsylvania Apostolic Prayer Network, Congressional Prayer Caucus Network, Generals International, and Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network.. These strategic positions put Jim and Abby on the forefront of key cultural transformation initiatives as their mandate is to be empowering global solutions.

Robert Doe MD
is President of Transformation Health Network ( and Medical Director for Aloha Kona Urgent Care ( . Dr. Doe also works in Kona with the University of the Nations Medical Discipleship Training School. His journey has included Medical Director for Lancaster (PA) County Prison, consultant and teacher for the Kurdistan Regional Government Department of Health, and more than 50 short term medical mission outreaches in nations such as Nicargaua, Honduras, Haiti, Columbia, Nigeria and Kurdistan of Iraq. His passion is raising up models of healthcare that combine Christian Healing prayer with medical practice.

Selina Chen, MD, MPH
is a clinical informatics physician champion and trainer for Hawaii Pacific Health, a conglomeration of academic and private hospitals. She is an Internal Medicine and Pediatric Hospitalist at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children and Straub Clinic and Hospital. Dr. Chen is also an Assistant Professor at John A Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii. Her journey has included medical director of nursery hospitalist and locum tenen physician on Oahu clinics from Kalihi to Kahuku She has served at short term medical missions to China, Nepal, and Philippines and continues to serve at her church’s prayer team.