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Spring 2012: Spiritual Warfare
volume 33, Issue 2
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From The Editor
Spiritual warfare is part of our world and therefore part of our ministry.
What does the Bible mean by "spiritual warfare"?
Can you recognize the presence of evil spirits?
Steps to freeing those under the unwanted influence.
5 church leaders describe a time when they encountered spiritual warfare
I didn't seek this aspect of ministry, but to refuse it would have been unfaithful.
Inner healing involves addressing psychological and spiritual issues.
In the end, Satan loses. But until then, we're in for a battle.
How one church recognized spiritual warfare and the means God provides for victory.
When the atmosphere of your group turns toxic, it might be the work of a malevolent spirit.
A visitor to our church had an unwanted guest
A new book reveals good news about the state of our world.
Invoking the Word of God is essential in battling the evil one.
Satan's disdain for humanity runs deep.
We are engaged in a battle with unseen forces.
If you're stuck in a rut, this is how to mix things up.
Despite the barriers, churches are finding effective metrics of soul transformation.
When your initial enthusiasm fades, you need a plan if you're going to bring your best to your calling
When churches embrace the disabled, everyone benefits.
Whether from the pulpit, or Ground Zero, pastoral prayer changes things
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