"Inclusive of all and exclusive of none"

Statement of Faith

Welcome Remark 

Dedicated to the preserving of the Spirit and the sanctity of the Church. Always promoting Christ as its head. Appealing to all who are in need of being made whole. Being ever led by the Spirit of God. A church that is inclusive of all and exclusive of none. A church that will go out for a coming Christ. Empowered by a prophetic word - a thus saith the Lord.

Who We Are:

Pastors, Healing Balm Ministries

There is a balm (an ointment, or salve) that if applied, will bring healing. We offer Christ. He is the healing ointment. Come, grow with us. Your faith will be strengthened, and you will increase in the knowledge of who God really is. You will move from recognition to intimacy because Jesus loves you just because you are you!

Healing Balm Ministries is an inner-city ministry. We are located in the heart of the Borough of Darby Township, Pennsylvania. Our hearts and arms are open and extended to all who are whole, and to those who are in need of being made whole. We are a church that is inclusive of all and exclusive of none, with God’s word as our standard. Our main focus is on you, the individual. The gospel (good news) that we preach is for the total man; man is made up of body, soul, and spirit.

With a steadfast conviction, we are striving to pursue our dream and vision of becoming a multicultural church. We envision this by fostering and cultivating a culture of oneness and by embracing each other’s differences. Given this, we will produce a people that are empowered and will discover, develop, and deploy their spiritual gifts.

Our message is: Christ was crucified, buried, and resurrected. We are ever led by the Holy Spirit, promoting Christ as the Head of the Church. Healing Balm Ministries was born out of pain, pressure, and persecution. It is our desire that our name will become a reality in the lives of our people here, and those who visit.  

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Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, our services will be live streamed on Facebook until further notice.  Please join us on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM for Prayer and Bible and Sundays at 10:00 AM for Worship Service.   

Weekly Reflection:

Scripture References:

Acts 28: 1 - 6, Psalm 112:7, Isaiah 59:19, Psalm 118: 24

Reflection for Message Titled "Impervious"

There will be difficult times in your life. Things will challenge you and problems will frustrate you. Make sure when that time comes that you look at the total view. In the moment, it will seem impossible to get through. Just know that God has already planned for your victory over every circumstance. People will try to make determinations of what you will suffer. They will say things to make you doubt God's plan for your life. Just like Paul shook off the viper with no harm; you are going to survive every challenge with no permanent damage.


Trials will come up in life. If you look at them with human eyes, you will get frustrated. Somethings may catch you off guard, but they will not have a permanent effect on you.  God has laid the foundation for you to be successful. He has planned your life around every difficulty you will face. Your heart needs to be fixed and established in the Word of God. This will cause your foundation to be solidified and unshakable. Find something positive in each new day. Don't allow people to make predictions of how your life will be affected by circumstances. Just remember, God's sovereignty and call on your life will prevent you from suffering things that had the potential to destroy you. 

Have a blessed day!

Past Reflections

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"Was Blind, But Now I see"

Scripture References:  John 9:21-25, Galatians 4:16, Ephesians 4: 13-15

The Pharisees were people who knew the Bible and followed tradition. They frequently intimated anyone that did anything new that was against what they believed. It was great that the Pharisees knew the Bible, but tradition made them spiritually blind. It was hard for them to accept that they were sinners and that they needed God. Jesus used a conventional method to heal a blind man on an unconventional day; and it caused the Pharisees to reject the miracle of God


The Pharisees assumed the man and/or his parents were sinners because of his blindness. His blindness was there for God's miracle to be manifested in a nontraditional way.
Sometimes, God is trying to get us to a certain point of healing or deliverance; but we don't like the pathway. Rejecting God's way can lead to spiritual blindness and doing what is traditional, which is very damaging. The Holy Spirit gives us the ability to distinguish between what is good for us, and what could be detrimental to us. Be open to receiving the truth in love. Stay focused and don't follow what you see, thinking it's good for you. Allow God to open your eyes to the truth through His Word and don't be afraid to walk in holiness. In reality, it gives you the best sight that others cannot see. 

Have a blessed day!


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Events within HBM

This section is dedicated to events and happenings within the Ministry.  Contents will periodically be refreshed.  Please make sure to visit frequently.  Thanks. 

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Matthew 18:19 Amplified Bible (AMP)

19 “Again I say to you, that if two believers on earth agree [that is, are of one mind, in harmony] about anything that they ask [within the will of God], it will be done for them by My Father in heaven." 

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Our Church's Location


1510 Walters Avenue | Sharon Hill, PA 19079

Phone: +1 (610) 583-4788 
Email: info@healingbalmministries.org
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