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UK leaders of Bethel Sozo deliver training in Diss 

The first Bethel Basic Sozo Training to be held in Norfolk will take place in February at Hope Church in Diss with the UK leaders of the international healing and deliverance ministry, Christine and David West.  

On the evening of Friday, February 7 and Saturday, February 8, the UK facilitators of Bethel Sozo, Christine and David West (pictured) along with Ruth Burnham, will deliver training on the ministry at Hope Church in Diss.

The Bethel Sozo ministry, is an international inner healing and deliverance ministry founded by Dawna De Silva within the Bethel Church. The training is the first step in the process of learning how take someone through a Bethel Sozo.

Christine West said: “It is aimed at getting to the root of those things that may be hindering your personal connection with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. With a healed connection, you can walk in the destiny to which you have been called.”

Christine and David West lead Bethel Sozo in the UK and have been involved in the Sozo ministry for over a decade. They will be joined by Ruth Burnham, who enjoys leading, mentoring and training teams in the Bethel Sozo ministry in the South East.

The teaching will cover the four main Sozo tools: Father Ladder, Four Doors, Wall and Presenting Jesus. 

The ticket price is £50 which includes a course manual. Tickets can be purchased here.

The training will run from 7pm - 9.30pm on the Friday evening and 9.30am - 4.30pm on the Saturday. 

Snacks and drinks will be supplied but please bring a packed lunch for the Saturday, or food outlets are available nearby.

Hope Church, Vinces Road, Diss, IP22 4HG


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