Created in the Image of God Seminar

Learning What It Means to Walk According to the Spirit

If there is one verse of scripture that describes the purpose of this seminar it is Hebrews 4:12:

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

The seminar explores the Biblical differences between soul and spirit, what it means to be born again, and how it is that we can be freed from strongholds and bondages. Many believers are going around today crippled in their Christian life because they have never dealt with the effects of things that happened in their past.

It is the goal of the seminar that each participant would come to a more intimate relationship with Jesus and would experience healing in those parts of their soul that have suffered damage. Many are aware of physical healing, but few seek healing in their soul, and yet Jesus promised healing in all areas of our life.

Our soul is made up of our mind, will and emotions, and most of us have been hurt in various ways in those areas. Many physical illnesses have as their root cause such soul hurts that have resulted in unforgiveness,  bitterness and fear. These hurts not only can cause physical symptoms, they prevent us from experiencing the full joy of intimacy with our Lord and Savior.

This seminar is excellent in a retreat setting where people are removed from the daily pressures.

The book Created in the Image of God is used as a companion resource. Click here to obtain more information.

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