Freedom Tools: For Overcoming Life's Tough Problems

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Baker Publishing Group, May 1, 2008 - Religion - 256 pages
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Most Christians feel ill-equipped when trying to help each other--yet it is within their power to make a difference. Fully believing that intimate and caring conversations can bring life-changing freedom, author Andy Reese gives readers the tools for facilitating healing. By illustrating the invasive role of evil, he shows that sin and wounds are the root causes of life's toughest problems. When readers understand this, he introduces Sozo, a proven approach to healing that brings about true transformation. From the Greek word meaning "to save, heal, and deliver," Sozo has been used in hundreds of settings on three continents and is growing rapidly.
Designed for the layperson seeking to help others, this book is also for individuals seeking personal freedom. It is appropriate for small groups as well.

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User Review  - Anonymous - Christianbook.com

The American church today is largely sitting around, trying to be good for God, waiting to enter His eternal Kingdom when we die. We are saved but not set free. Jesus paid the price for our freedom ... Read full review

User Review  - Basil Hall - Christianbook.com

If you care about spiritual and emotional freedom, you need this book. It is simple and direct with powerful tools to help you and others push back the dark cloud of your hurts and your past. I have used many of these principals with hundreds of hurting people and they work! Read full review

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About the author (2008)

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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