In December, Neal went to France to speak at a National Symposium on Deliverance sponsored by Chemin Neuf, an international Catholic ecumenical community. The symposium sold out six weeks ahead of time!
Over the years, I have heard the rumor in Catholic circles that lay people do not have the authority to give a command to evil spirits. In fact, as I began to write Unbound I was advised that it may be too late to write a book on deliverance because of this issue. I did not understand nor did I agree.
From August 19 through September 1, Matt and Jenn had the incredible opportunity to minister in beautiful Italy. They stayed with the Chemin Neuf community near Modena for a weeklong retreat, teaching on Unbound and praying with the community members.
Our recent trip to Gambia in July was a great success. Almost entirely surrounded by Senegal, Gambia is a small country in West Africa with fewer than 2 million people who are mostly Muslim. We were invited to go there by the Diocese of Banjul and the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. The team from Ghana, led by Renewal Ministries' country coordinator, Emmanuel Tamakloe, hosted us.
A testimony from a friend: I wanted you to know that your book, Abba's Heart, has made a huge difference in the lives of a group of women in prison. I have been a volunteer there for over 12 years teaching classes, bible studies, and book studies.
A post from a friend in San Diego: Abba Father Institute, a Catholic apostolate whose mission is to share God the Father’s love, hosted San Diego’s first Unbound Ministry Team Training and Unbound Freedom in Christ One Day Conference with Neal and Janet Lozano on March 31st-April 1st.
The pace has picked up as the Lord has provided many opportunities to share the good news in this first half of 2017. He is giving us health and energy to continue on. Read more about the conferences in California, New York, and beyond.