Life presents an array of challenges - physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual. The Sozo Ministry is an opportunity to discover and receive re-alignment through a prayer model that identifies areas where relational struggles have caused disruption. In fact, Sozo implies rescue and salvation from suffering. In a sense, it is where the perceived invisibility of chains makes noise and then breaks as God’s power shows up in a mighty way to bring healing and restoration. The supportive team in this ministry serves as both reassurance and strength. Our relationship with God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit is important, and hearing from the Lord is critical as we purpose to follow God’s heart and obey His Word. He is speaking, and too often our eyes, ears, and hearts are unable to see, hear, or feel due to walls that we have built or doors that we have opened, either consciously or unconsciously. During a Sozo session, there is a newfound freedom from some of the junk of our past: the lies that were believed over time, the experiences that told us we were not good enough, the words that carried burdens, weights, and pain in the journey of our search to fill the known void in life. There is a release from these lies as God shows up and demonstrates His presence and love, for we know that His perfect love casts out all fear.
Pastoral and Clinical Counseling
Sometimes, there is a greater measure of support and strength needed, as life fills with mountains and valleys that leave us scarred and wounded much longer than we anticipated. We offer counseling services by qualified, certified and licensed counselors. These counselors do not only love the Lord and people; they’ve been trained to provide clinical and therapeutic counseling techniques to help people learn how to walk in the new freedom they've found. We partner with counselors who specialize in psychological disorders, women’s issues, life management, and family struggles. Our services are available for all ages and for preventative as well as corrective measures.