DISCIPLESHIP, HEALING AND DELIVERANCE: Breaking the Cycle of Generational Iniquity
In May 2023, Julie Hollett will be facilitating four sessions on the subject of Discipleship, Healing and Deliverance (DHD). Each session will build upon the previous teachings; for maximum benefit, we recommend attending all four sessions. Registration is free and is required for each session.
SESSION 1 (the content of Wednesday and Thursday will be the same):
Wednesday May 3rd, 9-11am – Women Only in the Prayer Room
Thursday May 4th, 7-9pm – for all New Lifers in the Prayer Room
SESSION 2 (the content of Wednesday and Thursday will be the same):
Wednesday May 17th, 9-11am – Women Only in the Prayer Room
Thursday May 18th, 7-9pm – for all New Lifers in the Prayer Room
SESSIONS 3 & 4
Friday May 26 (7-9pm) and Saturday May 27 (9am-1pm).
Both sessions 3 & 4 will be held at Fremantle Christian College. Childcare is available on Saturday for those in Year 4 and below.
All sessions require registration – scroll down to fill out the form.
WHAT’S THIS ALL ABOUT?
Julie Hollett writes:
The Bible teaches us that sin can affect a family line for several generations. Have you ever asked yourself why you struggle with certain things?
“Why is it that I seem to be repeating the pattern of fears and phobias that obsessed my mother’s life even though I have repeatedly tried to change?”
“Why do I find p*rnographic material so hard to put down? I have fasted and prayed and cried out to God. I am still hooked. What’s wrong with me? God doesn’t seem to care.”
“Why am I so fascinated with the occult? My family are second generation Christians. Where does the strong interest spring from?”
In my experience, the topic of generational iniquity is not well understood. I believe there are several reasons for this:
- There is a lack of understanding about the different types of sin that afflict the human race and the consequences of these sins. The Bible differentiates quite clearly on this issue as we will discover when we peer beneath the English translation to the original Hebrew words used in the scriptures.
- There has been a mingling of imprecise language. People often talk about generational curses when they really mean the penalties, or consequences of sin attached to generational iniquity.
- Many disciples of Jesus Christ don’t understand the ways in which generational iniquity can affect them and their families. The important biblical teachings of justification (salvation) and sanctification (living holy lives like Jesus) have too often been reduced to the idea that ‘it was all done at the Cross’. Jesus certainly secured our salvation at the cross along with many other things, but we are still required to understand the biblical patterns and principles and apply them, based on the finished work of Christ on the Cross.
PLEASE REGISTER FOR ALL SESSIONS BELOW: