The Inheritance House Background

In 1991, Don Jaeger, was diagnosed with an incurable muscular disease, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). He was invited by the Rev. H. David Wilson (now retired) to a Healing Mission at All Saints Church led by the late Rev. Canon James Glennon of St. Andrews Cathedral of Sydney, Australia. Canon Glennon laid hands on Don and prayed for Christ’s healing. Don was miraculously and completely healed over the ensuing months. His was the first such medically documented curing of ALS. In 2001, the Healing Ministry acquired the Bed and Breakfast Inn located next to All Saints. The Inn was renamed The Glennon House in honor of Canon Jim Glennon. The Glennon House enabled the ministry to offer individual healing prayer appointments with trained Prayer Ministers.

Don and the Glennon House Staff had a vision for the ministry to grow beyond the Tuesday Evening Healing Service and the walls of All Saints Church to become an Outreach Ministry to the community. In 2016, this vision began to come to fruition as the ministry was able to hire several Outreach Prayer Ministers.

In 2018 that vision has become a reality!  The ministry staff announced the expansion and relocation to downtown Orlando, with a new name The Inheritance House. The doors of the new ministry opened in July 2018.  Several healing activities are offered in the new location. We have individual prayer appointments available, in-depth Healing Teachings, Soaking Prayer, and will be offering other activities as the ministry continues to expand. There will also be a weekly Healing Service in the downtown area.

While it is bittersweet to be leaving the campus and family of All Saints, The Inheritance House staff believes that God is calling us to minister to His people in new and expanded ways.  And we are excited to follow Him where He is leading us!