Sue Burdullis is the Director of our Camarillo Healing Rooms ministry and ordained through IAHR. In 2003 Sue Burdullis, Director of the Camarillo Healing Rooms, discovered Jesus as Jehovah Rapha, “I AM the Lord that heals you”, in her personal journey with God. The revelation of “Who God Is as Jehovah Rapha” was too good to keep to herself. It translated into a burning passion to see the Good News of God’s limitless love and healing power spread. In 2006 she began the Camarillo Healing Rooms.
As a teacher, Sue imparts her love and passion for Jesus and His finished work of the cross. She firmly believes that we can reign in this life not only over sickness and disease but over all the works of darkness through the abundance of God’s grace and His gift of righteousness. One of her greatest joys is seeing people not only receive eternal salvation but also healing for every aspect of their lives. She firmly believes that every person can enter into a vital union with Jesus Christ through meditating on God’s Word, using it as the primary source for talking and walking with God.
Bob Swaney, Associate Director of Camarillo Healing Rooms, is a retired engineer who accepted the Lord as a teenager. Soon after that a trial that lasted over 3 years taught him to turn to God’s promises in time of need. He received the Baptism in the Holy Spirit In about 1975 and his love for the Word of God grew still more. Bob enjoys sharing about how the Word of God can help people in need in practical ways. He was one of the original group that helped start the Camarillo Healing Rooms in 2006. Now, he leads the Healing Rooms’ Advance discipleship program that offers one-on-one Bible study sessions, looking at a variety of Scriptural topics that can truly be life-changing. People can even choose subjects that are of interest to them. Blessings are likely when we learn and follow more of God’s Word.
Lynn Mays is the leader over the Sozo Ministry operating through the Camarillo Healing Rooms. In August 1989, she stopped chasing the buck and started chasing God. She began a life of intercession, which led her to prayer journeys to the Middle East, Europe, and in the US. Since that time, she has worked in a prison ministry for 10 years, helped open a non-profit Humanitarian Aid Organization with her husband Mitch, and continues to be currently involved with the Orphanage Emmanuel in Honduras, Central America. Through her journey of seeking God’s heart for her life, she became a licensed pastor as well as keeping up her professional career as a licensed CPA.
In January 2003 Mitch and Lynn joined the Ventura Healing Rooms, assisting in the their startup processes. In 2006 some of their team members went to Bethel in Redding, Ca. to learn about the Sozo Ministry. Sozo Ministry changed Lynn’s life. Therefore, since then she has continued to work only in the Sozo Ministry, helping to bring the Sozo Ministry to Southern California and to see people set free. Currently, Lynn is teaching and training the Sozo Ministry teams at Ventura Healing Rooms and the Camarillo Healing Rooms.