NZ Medical Healing Conference

NZ Medical Healing Conference

NZ Medical Healing Conference 

Focus on the Family NZ is delighted to announce The 2018 NZ Medical Healing Conference will feature keynote presentations and 
workshops and local experts as well as breakout sessions, opportunities for prayer if needed and time for            
rest, refreshment and celebration.

Come join like-minded health professionals to share our stories and practical tools that will help us bring life, health, healing
and wholeness for our patients, our communities and beyond.

The event is being convened by Dr's Ate Moala & Mark Sherwood, the NZ Medical Healing Conference will inform, equip, 
inspire and encourage you to navigate the challenges of the task with renewed confidence, as well as supporting you to make 
your daily work a flourishing source of life giving hope for you, your family, and all those you care for.

See you in October!

Labour Weekend
Thu, 18/10/2018, 6:00 PM -
Sun, 21/10/2018, 12:00 PM

El Rancho
58 Weggery Dr,
Waikanae Beach,
Waikanae 5036

New Zealand


Highlights from the 2017 conference


Registration Fee covers registration and meals.
Accommodation is NOT included in the registration fee.
Please wait for email confirmation of availability before you pay for unit. 

Please note – there is NO day registration option offered.

Accommodation at El Rancho 

1.    Elm Court  - $130/person for 3 nights

Twin shared accommodation with 2 single beds. NOT serviced units. Shared bathroom facilities. There is a small communal lounge.
Bedding and a towel provided. Please pay for this when you register.

2.    Baker Lodge - $555/per unit for 3 nights – 1 unit sleeps 5 people

There are only 5 units available – first come, first serve basis.
Two units have a double bed in bedroom and 3 single beds in the other.
Three units have 2 single beds in bedroom and 3 single beds in the other.
Bedding and a towel provided. The units are NOT serviced.
To be booked and paid by one person on behalf of your group renting the whole unit please.

Reflections from the 2017 conference