What if you could reach out and touch God’s love, and NEVER be the same?
Unbound is a ministry of healing in which a trained prayer team prays with individuals to assist them in overcoming the spiritual obstacles they encounter in their path of Christian discipleship and take hold of greater freedom in Christ. This ministry uses the Five Keys of the Unbound model of deliverance developed by Heart of the Father Ministries (heartofthefather.com). Individuals who come for Unbound prayer share their personal story related to the area where they sense they need freedom and are led by the prayer team through a series of prayers based on the Five Keys of Unbound:
▪First Key: Repentance and Faith
▪ Second Key: Forgiveness
▪ Third Key: Renunciation
▪Fourth Key: Taking Authority
▪ Fifth Key: The Father’s Blessing
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Examples of situations where Unbound prayer can be an effective help for individuals include:
- Marital/family discord
- Inability to forgive
- Relationship struggles
- Habitual sin
- Persistently negative view of God or self
- Chronic fear, anxiety or sadness
- Stalled spiritual life
- Anywhere in your life where you feel “stuck” and desire greater freedom
Unbound Prayer does not replace the ordinary means of growth in the Christian life such as personal prayer and the sacraments. Nor does it replace the ordinary means of human development such as counseling and other forms of psychological support. It serves as an additional tool that addresses the specifically spiritual influences that are frequently a part of any personal problem.
Want to Schedule an Unbound Prayer Session?
Unbound healing prayer ministry is offered twice a month by appointment. We have day, afternoon, & evening times available. Because Unbound ministry is a deeper dive into intercessory prayer, it is recommended that you read Part I of Neal Lozano’s book, Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance or watch a small series of ‘Preparing for Unbound Prayer Session’ online videos. We will provide you with links for your preferred method of preparation.