New Freedom Outreach Center hosts two Soaking Sessions per month directed under Katie Souza's ministry teaching.
Katie was a career criminal most of her life, was convicted of a number of felonies and sent to federal prison to serve almost twelve years. While serving what would be her final prison sentence, Katie encountered God in a way that dramatically changed her life. She immediately became an outspoken advocate for Jesus and her infectious love for him caused many women inside her cell block to accept Him as their Savior.
One of the things that Katie is known for is her insights relating to soul-healing, a revelation that explains why so many Believers can appear to do everything they’ve learned in church and still fail to receive breakthrough in their lives. Once Katie began teaching and writing about the process of soul-healing, she witnessed and heard evidence of thousands of miracles. Now you can enjoy watching and readingmany of these great testimonials!
Katie lives in Arizona with her husband, Robert and their three small dogs. She writes, teaches, produces a television show which is broadcast around the world and travels extensively. Katie and Robert visit prisons several times each year to teach inmates how to hear from God and to demonstrate that they too can achieve what God has promised and planned for them. She continues in full pursuit of her expected end!
Life Choices is a Christ-centered ministry providing education, support and healing for sexual life choices.
Life Choices exists to share the love of Jesus Christ by providing help with unplanned pregnancies, healing from post abortion stress and providing education about sexual life choices. By helping young people understand the facts about their sexual life choices, we encourage them to abstain from pre-marital sex, drugs and alcohol. We emphasize the great value of each individual through the fulfilling love of Jesus Christ.
The mission of the Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women and youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities.
“…I was in prison, and you visited me.” -Matthew 25:36