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Spiritual Warfare
Identify and respond to spiritual attacks.
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How often does your church talk about spiritual warfare? Whether it's a frequently taught subject or one hardly discussed, it is essential that you prepare those in your church to identify and respond to the forces of evil that tempt and oppress. The practical articles in this resource will help you and those you lead learn to identify spiritual oppression, counsel oppressed individuals, and fight the forces that do not want to see God's good work done in your church.

This 33-page resource will help you identify and respond to spiritual attacks in your church, on individuals and the church as a whole.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Winged Enemies
What Canada geese can teach us about spiritual warfare.

A Contested Universe
In the end, Satan loses. But until then, we're in for a battle.

Can a Christian Be Demon Possessed? (free sample)
Confusion over the meaning of the Greek leads to misunderstanding and confusion.

Three-Front Warfare: The World, The Flesh, The Devil
Opposition to God comes from at least three areas, each of which requires specific resistance.

Satan's Power
What the New Testament says.

Is It Really a Demon?
Consider these diagnostic insights to help determine rules of engagement.

Quick Guide for Action
Key points for caregiving ministry.

Giving the Devil More Than His Due
Sometimes exorcism causes damage, not deliverance.

Diagnosing the Demonic
A case study reveals four "doorways" that can lead to demonic involvement.

Deliverance: Removing Demonic Presence
Steps to freeing those under the unwanted influence.

Attacks on the Church
When the atmosphere of your church turns toxic, it might be the work of a malevolent spirit.

When Members Are Caught in the Occult
Leaders find themselves with the touchy ministry of warning.

My Unsought Calling
I didn't seek this aspect of ministry, but to refuse it would have been unfaithful.

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Also of Interest
Minister with grace and love to LGBT people.

Hope for the hardest issues.

Shepherding Others
Older, wiser church members can shepherd others. Show them how.

Helping People Care for One Another
The first step in helping people move into ministry is to remind them that they are part of a royal priesthood.

Topics:Crisis, Deliverance, Healing, Spiritual Warfare
Filters:Counseling, Pastor, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Spiritual director
References:Ephesians 6:12, Acts 5:1-11, Ecclesiastes 8:5-6, Colossians 2:13-15, Romans 8:31-39
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March 20, 2015  9:01am

my earlier post is an answer to Lisa Coles please.

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June 04, 2013  4:45pm

Mark 16:17 say and these signs shall follow them that believe(on the Lord Jesus Christ), in My Name (Jesus) they will cast out devils. Believers have been given the authority to use the Name of Jesus to cast the demonic influence and or force out after the Holy Spirit reveals to you the origent of the problem. However the individual must be willing and believing for their deliverance. If they are the will more then likely not come out and or comeout and go get 7 more demons and inter back in the person.

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joseph hood

March 14, 2013  8:20pm

Take authority over fear and falsehood. the answer is with Jesus come to him and find the peace you have always yearned for...i love you Jesus

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lisa COLES

January 31, 2013  3:09am

i have waken up to the warfare that is going on in the spirit things that has happened in the comin days that has attacted me with my finances and love ones . i have not had a home for years . i need to know about different ways of figthing war fares that has come up against me, falimy

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Anne Muschke

May 10, 2012  9:46am

Very fine

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