November 16, 2019 8:30am - 4:00pm | Mosaic Community Church - Seattle
The goal of Freedom Day is to equip you with biblical truths to remove the things that hinder you from a deeper relationship with God so that you can walk in the true victory provided through the work of the cross.
The experiences of life can leave us scared and hurt and if we don’t seek help and healing from the Lord, we can quickly become weighed down and overwhelmed. Lots of people end up feeling stuck – believing the suffering and struggles they experience are just their lot in life and that they just need to make the best of it.
Jesus came for us to know life and hope. He came so that we could experience freedom, purpose and the power of His love for us! Jesus is very much in the business of restoring lives, healing relationships, bringing freedom from the enemy and mending broken hearts.
Freedom Day is a great place to start out on your journey of healing and provides a wonderful opportunity for you to take time out with the Lord to receive from Him. The day will include times of worship, practical and biblical teaching, and prayer ministry in the conference setting. We will look at different subjects with a focus on how the issue has affected our own life, our relationships with others and, most importantly, our relationship with God. We believe the day will bring significant help to those who are truly looking to the Lord for help.
During the conference you will be equipped with tools that will help you find freedom and hope. These tools include:
• confession and repentance of sins
• breaking generational sins
• inner healing
• baptism of the Holy Spirit
Freedom Day is not a self-help seminar, but rather a place of ministry where the supernatural power of Jesus will positively change your life. The conference will be set in a safe environment where you can experience all that Jesus has for you.
Childcare will not be provided. Please plan accordingly.
Lunch will be provided.
If you have any questions about the seminar, email [email protected]