Breaking the Bonds of Evil: How to Set People Free from Demonic Oppression

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Baker Books, Oct 1, 2006 - Religion - 208 pages
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Deliverance is an immense need that even today is largely sidelined in the church. The body of Christ needs more people trained in deliverance to carry out this vital, life-changing ministry. Rebecca Greenwood offers a fresh look into deliverance, but she doesn't stop at explaining what it is; she examines the deliverance ministry of Jesus, emphasizes the importance of team ministry, and trains believers to confidently walk out their freedom. Full of inspiring stories of breakthrough, Breaking the Bonds of Evil will impart faith in the anointing that believers carry in deliverance ministry. Pastors, lay leaders, and deliverance ministers alike will find this powerful book invaluable in their ministries and in small group studies.

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For all Christians who are serious about invading the kingdom of darkness with the kingdom of heaven this is a mustread book. Youll learn how to identify demons and demonic entities of all sorts how ... Read full review


this really a deliverance issue? Is this individual saved? Is the person willing to cooperate with ministry
Jesus the Deliverer
What Demons Do and Why They Do
Can a Christian Have a Demon?
Closing the Door on the Enemy
Authority of the Believer
Diagnosing Demons
Setting the Stage for Ministry
Team Ministry
Walking in Freedom

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About the author (2006)

Rebecca Greenwood, formerly executive assistant to Peter and Doris Wagner of Global Harvest Ministries, is founder and president of Christian Harvest International. She travels in the United States and abroad teaching on intercession, spiritual warfare, and deliverance. Rebecca and her husband, Greg, have three daughters and make their home in Van, Texas.

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