E007 Talking Inner Healing with Dawna DeSilva of Bethel Sozo, Part 4

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What is Sozo? Mental Health and Inner Healing, and Walking out your Healing

In Episode 7, we are on Part 4 of our interview with Dawna DeSilva, co-founder of Bethel Sozo, an international inner healing prayer model based out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Dawna tells us what Sozo means and gives us some background on what this particular inner healing model is. We also discuss the correlation between physical healing and emotional healing, and inner healing as a process and it requires that we walk it out.

E006 Interview with Dawna DeSilva, co-Founder of Bethel SOZO, Part 3

Shooting the Wounded, the Victim Mentality, and How Church Leaders can Benefit from Having an Inner Healing Ministry in their Churches

In our 6th episode, we continue with our conversation with Dawna DeSilva, co-founder of Bethel Sozo, an international inner healing model based out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. In this episode, Dawna discusses the sad reality of many churches "shooting their wounded" rather than getting them healed and set free. She also talks about people who embrace a victim mentality, and how an inner healing prayer ministry in your church can be a huge asset not only to the congregation, but also the leadership.

Undeniable Favor: The Back Story on "Conversations With..."

Undeniable Favor: The Back Story on "Conversations With..."

As a ministry and as individuals, we are passionate for people to connect with Jesus and find true freedom, to walk in wholeness, and to be who they were meant to be. It is only then that they can fully do what they are here to do as carriers of the Kingdom of God here on the earth. You don’t have to stay stuck in destructive patterns and habits. You don’t have to be triggered and re-traumatized because of past wounds. Jesus not only forgave sin, but He also provided an amazing benefits package!

The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” Luke 4:18-19

In Isaiah 61, the list continues with comfort for those who mourn, beauty instead of ashes, joy instead of despair, renewing, rebuilding, removing shame, and more!

What a game changer if the Church understood her true identity, her authority, her destiny? What if She walked in wholeness, freedom, and in the abundance that Jesus promised? What if She understood that salvation meant way more than the "sweet by-and-by" but that it is also about being on a co-mission with Jesus to advance His Kingdom on the earth in the here-and-now?

This is our commission for 2019. We are to GET THE WORD OUT!