Church of God─Moose Jaw’s Healing, Deliverance & Discipleship ministry offers you a…
on our college campus (401 Trinity Lane)
May 4th & 5th | Starts 6:30 pm on Fri and ends Sat at 6 pm
Learn how to break off the influences of the enemy that create patterns of struggle and difficulty. Move into a resurrected life that is filled with the truth of God; claim the abundant life through Jesus who sacrificed so that we might live it and grow in closer relationship with God!
It is no coincidence that Christians, as well as non-Christians, struggle with life issues! Satan purposefully undermines and/or destroys relationships of all kinds. He wants to separate us from God, the Church, each other, spouses, children and families. On the surface, it appears complicated, devious, varied and relentless. In truth, that is all a lie. Jesus has already achieved victory over Satan, and through Jesus so have we!
The lies and patterns of destruction that we tend to live under can be laid bare, overcome and left behind! Jesus has given us authority over the lies, strategies and oppression of the enemy. Generational lies, ungodly beliefs, life hurts to spirit and soul, demonic influences are all the tools of the enemy. They do not hold power over us when brought into the light and power of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Acts 3:19 states: “Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord.” In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, under His authority, and with the power of the Holy Spirit, and in accordance with sound biblical principles, we are able to break the power of the lies and live in freedom. We have the freedom to continuously choose truth and life through Jesus Christ, and to live a life of freedom in relationship with the Lord Most High! Flowing from that, we can live in godly relationships with each other, our spouses, parents, children, church and community. You can see yourself as God sees you!
This Freedom Weekend will give you the tools to establish godly relationships, and to walk as godly sons and daughters; to prepare the way for restoration of what we’ve lost (knowingly or unknowingly) to the enemy; to draw closer to God.
If this is appealing to you, or you are simply curious and want more information, call the church office!