Understanding The Orphan Lifestyle Mp3 Download

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Understanding The Orphan Lifestyle

Mp3 Downloadable Audio with Chester Kylstra

In this informative teaching, Chester Kylstra introduces and explains the Orphan Lifestyle and how RTF’s Integrated Approach can help to transform an Orphan of heart into a Son of God.

The struggles of having an orphan’s mindset and heart can be seen as early as the fall of man, as Adam and Eve rebelled from the Father and lost their identity as sons and daughters in the Garden of Eden. This teaching explains the complex behaviors and patterns a spiritual orphan may exhibit and what it looks like to minister to the orphan lifestyle in the four ministry areas: Sins of the Fathers and the Resulting Curses, Ungodly beliefs, Soul/Spirit hurts, and Demonic Oppression.  Topics covered include;

  • What it’s like to be an orphan versus a son
  • The lost sense of identity and place an orphan feels
  • The beliefs and vows an orphan makes
  • The relational difficulties with others and God an orphan experiences
  • How shame, fear, and control work in an orphan’s life

Chester asks a critical question; where are you on the journey from being and orphan to becoming a child of God? This teaching puts into words where many of us are in this walk, and reminds us just how close we are to experiencing the Father’s loving embrace.


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  • 4
    Can relate to this book

    Posted by Mark on 16th Jul 2019

    Now I understand myself better