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Let the praises of God be in their mouths, and a sharp sword in their hands—to execute vengeance on the nations and punishment on the peoples, to bind their kings with shackles and their leaders with iron chains, to execute the judgment written against them. This is the glorious privilege of his faithful ones. Praise the Lord!

Psalm 149:6-9 (NLT)

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Miracle Stories

The session allowed me to go back and address the demons that were still injecting their hooks into my life today. I was able to forgive people and myself for the sins I had committed. The “Freedom” to know that those issues are finally dealt with give me such peace and loving acceptance into the arms of our Abba Father, Lord Jesus Christ and Comforter Holy Spirit.

Most Recent Articles

Unmasking Religious Spirits
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Don [i] served on the Board of Elders in his church for twenty-five years.  He and his family were “pillars” in the church and were part of the original leadership team that planted the church in his community.   During that twenty-five year period, Don led just about every ministry in the church – from adult…

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The Importance Of Monthly Team Training Meetings
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At Wellsprings of Freedom International, ongoing growth and team development is one of our highest core values.  Wherever a new WFI team is trained and equipped, we strongly encourage those teams to get into the habit of meeting together regularly throughout the year for ongoing team training.  A monthly rhythm of meeting with your Team…

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Why We Don’t Always Start At Conception
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Over the past year, while observing various WFI teams and in conversations with team members across our Network, we have noticed that new Team Leaders serving in different locations can get easily caught into the trap of believing that every freedom session must begin the same way.  Some automatically assume that each session with a…

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