Sozo is not counselling and at no point will counselling be performed during a session. The goal of Sozo ministers is to help fellow Christians overcome obstacles and road blocks that have become a hinderance to living life to the fullest.
Forgiveness is vital element in Sozo ministry. True freedom can only come through the avenue of forgiveness. Every Christian should cultivate a lifestyle of forgiveness and Sozo helps give you the tools to be quick to forgive others and yourself.
Yes it can. Once the Holy Spirit brings healing to the first time the lie was settled into your spirit, any future lie experiences will realign to The truth.
After receiving freedom, individuals will learn healthy tools they can use to maintain their freedom through difficult times. Individuals are given post-prayer instructions after each session. Keeping connected to a local church, spending time with God, and reading His word are an important continuation in the walk of freedom. A subsequent Sozo session may be necessary as a “wellness check”, especially in difficult seasons. Pursuing ongoing Pastoral counselling may also prove helpful.
Sozo prayer deals with issues hindering our personal connection with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. With a healed connection, we can more easily walk in the destiny to which we have been called.
Sozo prayer is simple, fast, Spirit-led and effective. It removes the clutter, so we are able to have clear perspective in our day to day lives.
The Sozo Prayer Ministry Team believes EVERY person can hear God’s voice and the most life‐changing moments are when He speaks to our hearts.
People who feel they are not growing in their relationship with God.
People who do not seem to be hearing Him.
People who desire greater freedom.
People who desire greater intimacy with the Lord.
Sozo is for everyone!
Two Sozo team members will pray with you privately in an office at the designated location (usually a church office). Normally, men pray with men and women with women.
A Sozo session usually lasts 2 - 2.5 hours.
Absolutely not. Your Sozo prayer time is completely Holy Spirit led. Our Lord is gentle and kind and will only lead you to places that you are able to go. Sozo is not about exposing sin, rather it removes barriers that hinder your relationship with the Lord. Everything shared in your prayer time is up to you and kept completely confidential.
Generally, a follow-up appointment is not necessary. Your session will equip you with tools that can be used in your daily walk with the Lord.
If you feel like coming back, you are welcome to come again 6 months after your Sozo. This may happen when the freedom you gained in your first session leads you to wanting freedom in another area.
The Sozo Team is accountable to the leaders of their home church, Alberta Sozo, and Sozo Canada.
Sozo Canada is accountable to the International Bethel Sozo Organization.
The first step is to take the Basic Sozo training. Check our events at Sozo Alberta to see when our next training session is.
You can also check Sozo Canada and Bethel Sozo sites for other opportunities.
Once you have the training, contact one of the existing Sozo Teams to let them know your interest in joining them.
Go to the Teams page and the map to find a location near you. Each map pin has a link for the best way to contact that team and make an appointment with them.