Who We Are

Desert Streams Healing Ministries is a Christian ministry established in the early part of 2005 by Harry and Myrna Lynn Lindenberg. It is not affiliated with a particular church or denomination, but desires to serve people and churches from all streams of the Church and also people who are not affiliated with the Church at all.

The Lindenbergs have a ministry team working with them. They also have a board of directors to whom they are accountable.

Harry studied Mechanical and Computer Engineering at the University of Alberta for seven years and worked full–time as an engineer for five years. In 1990 he responded to an invitation to step into full–time, vocational ministry with The Navigators of Canada. In 1991 he married Myrna Lynn, who completed a B.Sc. in Education at the University of Alberta earlier that year. She went on to teach school for the next four years. From 1990 to 2002, Harry (helped by Myrna Lynn) led the campus ministry of The Navigators at the University of Alberta, investing in students through evangelism, mentoring and leadership training activities. In 1999 the Lindenbergs began taking healing-related training under Ellel Ministries, an international healing ministry founded in England in 1986 (www.ellelministries.org).

The Lindenbergs have a heart to see God’s healing touch come to those who need and want it. They desire Desert Streams to be of help to the people of Edmonton and surrounding area, and beyond.


All personal prayer ministry given by Desert Streams is given by a team of 2–3 members of the Desert Streams Ministry Team. No ministry is given one–on–one. The members of the Ministry Team do not operate as professionals who have been trained in the areas of medicine, counseling or psychology. Rather, they operate as lay–based followers of Jesus Christ who have obtained training through Desert Streams, or similar organizations, and who work on the Ministry Team on a voluntary basis.