Heal the wounds
Silence the lies
Connect to the Father
I’ve never heard that word before. What does SOZO mean?
Sozo is a Greek word that appears in the New Testament 110 times and means to be saved, healed, and delivered all at once.
SOZO Ministry is a unique inner healing ministry in which the presence and power of God rebuilds the broken places in people’s lives, restoring them to wholeness. It can bring emotional, spiritual, and physical healing.
SOZO is not counseling! It’s a process whose aim is connecting each person to God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) so the individual hears from God for himself or herself.
Why should I consider having a SOZO session?
Do you feel stuck in life?
Are you controlled by fear?
Do you deal with rejection?
Have you ever been victimized?
Have you ever had a traumatic experience?
Are there generational issues that keep showing up?
Is there someone you are struggling to forgive?
Do you feel there is a barrier of some kind between you and God?
Is there a memory that still hurts or a sore spot you don’t want to talk about?
For God did not send His Son (Jesus) into the world to condemn the world, but the world through Him might be saved (sozo). John 3:17
How does SOZO work?
In a SOZO session, a team will sit down with you. With the help of the Holy Spirit, they will walk you through a process of freedom and wholeness.
It is not a counseling session. It is a time of interacting with God: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Each SOZO session has two to three trained people, plus the one receiving ministry. The session lasts between one and two hours.
Due to the nature of SOZO, people are amazed at how easy and quickly healing can come.
The Lighthouse SOZO team consists of a dedicated group of people who are devoted to the Lord. They have a passion to see people come into fullness of relationship and intimacy with God and seize their God-ordained destinies. They endeavor to minister with love, kindness, consideration, and understanding.
They have been trained through teaching and observation in the techniques developed by Bethel Church in California.
If you are interested in more information about SOZO, or you would like to speak to someone and perhaps schedule a SOZO, please fill out the contact form under the Home tab.
If you want to schedule a SOZO session, click on the document button below, fill out the form, and follow the instructions.