Unbound2019-09-25T09:55:31-04:00

UNBOUND

“I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly!” John 10:10


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Unbound healing prayer is a biblically-based prayer model that uses a safe, loving, simple, and reproducible way to pray with people through their burdens to help them respond to the Good News of the Gospel.  Unbound prayer is based on five Gospel keys: repentance and faith, forgiveness, renunciation, authority, and the Father’s blessing. During an Unbound prayer session, a trained prayer team leads the person through the five keys and guides him or her to a greater depth of freedom in Christ. The five keys offer an opportunity to cooperate with the Holy Spirit to heal past hurts and traumas and lead one deeper into the freedom given to us by Christ at our Baptism.

Some examples of areas where Unbound prayer may help people become free include:  habitual sin; inability to forgive; marital or family tension/discord; relationship difficulties; persistently negative thoughts about God or self; depression; anxiety or fear; stalled spiritual life; any area where a person feels stuck or desires greater freedom.  Unbound prayer is not a replacement for the sacraments or personal prayer as regular means of spiritual development and growth.  Nor is it a replacement for counseling for human development and growth.  Unbound prayer is an additional tool for addressing negative spiritual influences that a person may be experiencing.

Unbound healing ministry uses a model of prayer developed by Neal Lozano of Heart of the Father Ministries that guides people to surrender more fully to Jesus Christ and encounter the truth that sets them free.  To learn more, visit www.heartofthefather.com.

To best prepare for Unbound ministry, it is recommended that you read Part I of Neal Lozano’s book, Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance.

For more information or to schedule a prayer appointment, contact Cathy Loh at 561-775-9524 or via email. Unbound prayer at St. Vincent Ferrer is held on the first Monday of each month and is by appointment only.

Source: https://www.diocesepb.org/unbound-healing-prayer-ministry