ISBN: 9781612911014 ISBN-13: 9781612911014 Availability: In Stock
Inner healing is an important part of the Gospel message. You can supernaturally experience healing by exposing the hidden lies that keep you in bondage.
This workbook study presents a framework within which you can learn to pray, listen, and receive God's healing in a progressive step-by-step process. Its practical instruction, examples, and personal stories can empower you to deliberately listen to God in ways that bring deep nurture, assurance, and inner healing.
Jesus said, The truth will set you free. Take Him at His word and experience inner healing.
Includes questions for discussion and personal reflection.
"This book is more than a collection of biblical concepts and truths; it's the story of the healing that occurs when God touches a broken or wounded place in a life. It will help you experience that healing and equip you to help others as well." -Dave Legg, director, People Resources Team, The Navigators
"In this user-friendly and comprehensive guide, Rusty Rustenbach has collated the most up-to-date discoveries in how God heals broken hearts through listening prayer. This resource will serve to equip and multiply facilitators in the ministry of inner healing. It is exactly what churches, colleges and recovery programs have been waiting for." -Brad Jersak, author of Can You Hear Me? Tuning in to the God Who Speaks
"It seems that every endorsement I read for a new Christian book states it will be 'life-changing,' but in the case of Rusty Rustenbach's A Guide for Listening and Inner-Healing Prayer, this claim is not exaggeration. I have used the simple process Rusty outlines in this book to connect with God for my own inner healing. I have also used it to help friends meet God for theirs. Whether you need God's healing touch personally or wish to help others find God for theirs, this is the resource you need." -Cynthia Hyle Bezek, editor of Pray! magazine; author of Come Away with Me and Prayer Begins with Relationship
Rusty Rustenbach is the director of pastoral care for the People Resources Team (PRT) of The Navigators in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He came to Christ in the U.S. military in 1970. He has served on the staff of The Navigators since 1978, working with college students on two U.S. college campuses, as a missionary in four cities in Spain, and since 1996 with the PRT. Rusty and his wife, Janet, live in Colorado Springs. They have five adult children.