Getting Free and Staying Free


Getting Free – Many people are held under the bondage and impulses of sin and do not know they can be free.  In John 8:36, Jesus makes a profound statement of truth and victory.  He says, “Therefore, if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed”.  True freedom is found in Christ alone.  This is not a freedom to do anything we want to do, rather, it is a freedom to have the sustaining power of the Holy Spirit enabling us to no longer be bound by vices and addictions of all types.  Section One of this book provides the practical tools and spiritual truth necessary to get free.
Staying Free – Once free, sustainability is vital. This truth is affirmed in Galatians 5:1 which reads, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made you free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage”.  The goal is to no longer be recaptured by past vices.  Sustained freedom over vices will be impossible at best, if you fail to assume your responsibility to maintain your freedom in Christ.  Section Two of this book provides models and tools for ongoing spiritual growth and success in maintaining freedom.

About The Author

 Dr. Gabriel Rogers is an anointed preacher and teacher of God’s Word.  He is the founder and pastor of Kingdom Christian Church, a Spirit-filled church located in Charlotte, North Carolina.  His ministry extends its reach through the Life in the Word television broadcast, reaching thousands of people each week.  As a Pastor, he is passionate about helping people and seeing them reach their maximum potential in Christ. 

 Dr. Rogers is the owner of The Angel Gabriel Company, a group private practice that provides Christian counseling services for individuals, couples and families.  As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, he holds a Ph.D and M.A in Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  His professional career spans over 20 years in the corporate sector providing mental health and consulting services within business and educational entities.  He has also served as an adjunct professor at colleges and universities in the Charlotte Metro area. 

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