what Is unbound

Unbound is a safe, loving and effective model of prayer ministry.

As children of a loving God, we were created to live in relationship with Him. Sin broke this relationship and separated us from God. Sin also opens the door for lies and bondage to enter our life, causing problems like fear, anxiety, hopelessness and shame.

The Good News is that Jesus brought salvation and liberation by dying for our sins and setting us free from this bondage. But even after accepting this gift of salvation, we don’t always fully experience freedom, we continue to feel anxious, afraid, guilty, or hopeless.

Unbound helps us respond to the good news of the gospel and apply truth to our lives using Five Keys: 1) Repentance and Faith 2) Forgiveness 3)Renunciation 4)Authority and 5) The Father's Blessing.

The 5 Keys

In an Unbound ministry ® session, we help people to make five crucial responses that release the power of the gospel into their hearts. We call these responses the Five Keys ®. Each key helps you to access God’s grace and unlock the door to freedom.

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Testimonies

A testimony is a personal declaration of what God has done in your life. Read how the Lord has used the Unbound model in the lives of others, to help them break out of their small story into the bigger story of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit.

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Endorsements

We are grateful for the support and affirmation of many church leaders from around the world.

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Read the Book

Author Neal Lozano shows us how to tap into the power of the gospel that sets us free. In Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance, you will discover the keys to freedom. Neal lays out a strategy for overcoming the tactics of the Enemy and discovering freedom in the Father's love.

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Find A Team

Unbound Teams around the world want to help you take hold of the freedom you have been given in Jesus Christ. Reach out to one today to unlock your prison doors and experience the love, hope and freedom the Lord has for you.

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"And while he was still a long way off, his father saw him coming. " Luke 15:20The father saw the son coming from far off, not so close that he would recognize his face, but he saw the son's gait and his stature and...

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