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Freedom Tools: For Overcoming Life's Tough Problems Paperback – May 1, 2008
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"If you have had theological concerns for the excesses and lack of balance and biblical basis for the inner healing/deliverance ministries, you will find this book a refreshing and corrective contribution to the much-needed ministry of pastoral care."--Dr. Neil T. Anderson, founder and president emeritus, Freedom in Christ Ministries
What do you say to someone who is hurting?
Kingdom business includes confessing our sins to one another, bringing dark things into the light and praying for restoration. But most people feel ill-equipped, even in close relationships, to help others draw closer to God. "Freedom Tools" offers an easy-to-follow process that shows how you can make a difference. You will learn
- the root causes of sin and wounding
- the role of evil in establishing strongholds
- the way to confess sin, break vows, expel demons, speak forgiveness and extend mercy
- and much more.
Inner pain is often inescapable, but healing and wholeness are possible. These proven tools will give you the confidence you need to help others be truly transformed.
""Freedom Tools" is both practical and profound."--from the foreword by Bill Johnson, Bethel Church, Redding, California; author, "When Heaven Invades Earth" and "Face to Face with God"
"A great need has long existed for someone to reduce inner healing to simpler, everyday language and tools. Our friend Andy Reese has done that admirably in his book Freedom Tools."--John Loren Sandford, co-founder, Elijah House Ministries
"I am convinced that most Christians fail to become dynamic and effective ambassadors for Christ because they carry with them heavy loads of emotional baggage. "Freedom Tools" provides a way to help you 'travel light' by unpacking those bags and leaving them behind."--Rich Stearns, president, World Vision U.S.
"In this powerful book, Andy Reese gives you the "Freedom Tools" you need. Use them and you, too, can experience the super-abundant life that God desires for you!" --C. Peter Wagner, chancellor, Wagner Leadership Institute
About the Author
Andy Reese has served as an active minister and leader for many years in the areas of inner healing and deliverance. He is president of the Freedom Resource, a ministry dedicated to providing training, networking, and information using the Sozo ministry method, which he has taught in various settings on three continents. He and his wife, Susan, have four grown children and live in Franklin, Tennessee.
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Top Customer Reviews
I struggled with some bad habits and emotional wounds, and traumas.
I have to say that this is like "Sozo-reviesed." like any other types of inner healing ministry around churches.
It is a conversational inner healing like how other inner healings are. I do not want to say that this is a magic prayer that cures everything.
Many times I had to walk it out, which means there are many other parts that I had to go through with some horrible feelings inside of me.
Sometimes these types of inner healing helps, but when (people around you) setting supports these kind of inner healing and
since we are
Spirit Soul Body being, we need "SOZO" greek word meaning wholeness. Not just spirit side of healing. However, I can recommend this to any people who wants to learn about inner healing like I did.
Please vote "helpful" if you find this review helpful to you. Blessings!
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