Sozo helps people find freedom from the impact of wounds and lies on their relationship with God. The word “sozo” means ‘to make well or to make whole.’
Through prayer, Sozo helps people to connect with God – God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Sozo is not counselling, it is a means of helping people to relate to God by following the leading of the Holy Spirit, so that they might hear from God themselves and receive directly the freedom that they may need.
What to expect
A session is led by one person with a second person present to pray, possibly to offer suggestions for a way forward and to write down what the person attending may hear from God, be it words, pictures etc. A session may take anything from one to two hours, depending on each individual and on what God may want to do. Everything shared is completely confidential. We do not charge for a Sozo. However, because there are costs involved for training etc., we do invite people to make a donation if they would like to.
A Sozo can be helpful for anybody. Some people come with a particular issue that they want to sort out or they may feel that they have hit an impasse in their walk with God. Others come with nothing wrong, just eager to know more of God and to grow as a Christian.
We encourage everyone to have a Sozo at some point as it can be a really helpful opportunity for God to move them forward in their relationship with him. Many people have already found this to be a valuable experience. Sozo does not replace discipleship. Rather, it provides an opportunity for God to give freedom in life so we can walk in a new directions, replacing old habits and mind sets by dwelling on God’s truth.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Glo Sozo team. Sozo is accepting limited applications at this time and an enquiry will not guarantee a Sozo appointment. Please enquire below. Thank you.