Freedom to Be Whole Again! Too often, believers settle for much less than what they have access to in Christ--complete emotional and physical healing, as well as peace of mind. The Word teaches that salvation brings wholeness to the body of Christ. But it does not come automatically. In order to receive the gift of wholeness that was purchased for us on Calvary, we must allow Christ to restore the loss we have suffered through our own sin, as well as the sins others have committed against us. We must address all hindrances to healing, such as emotional pain, a pharisaical spirit, and an orphan spirit. The church must stand as an example of Christ's redeeming work on the cross. And the only way to do this is to restore what has been lost. By turning from our sin and releasing all unforgiveness and bitterness, we can walk in the freedom of forgiveness and wholeness. No one is too far gone; all believers can experience the grace of Jesus Christ and walk as victors instead of victims!
For years, Pastor Sue Curran has been teaching on the importance of prayer in the church, a topic that is very close to her heart. In doing so, she is fulfilling her spiritual calling to create a "house of prayer" in both individuals and the body of Christ. In 1973, she and her husband, John, founded Shekinah Church in Blountville, Tennessee. Pastor Curran is highly sought as a speaker at leadership conferences and prayer conferences, both in the U.S. and abroad. Her wit and prophetic wisdom make her a powerful teacher and minister. Curran is now an adjunct professor at Beacon Seminary in Macon, Georgia, where she received her master's degree in theology, as well as her Doctorate of Divinity. She continues spreading the message on the importance of prayer and desires to see that message transform the life of all believers.