The Greek word sozo can be found throughout the New Testament and means to save, heal, and deliver. It is used in famous verses like John 3:17, For God did t send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save (sozo) the world through Him. Kristin Moyer experienced the truth of sozo as she witnessed three of her four children be healed from severe medical issues, including autism, mental retardation, rage episodes, deafness, and stroke. While most books on healing prayer are written to instruct, Finding Sozo is written to encourage and inspire readers. Moyer shares her family's journey from a lip-service belief in a higher power to an all-out surrendered faith in God. Whether she's discussing her personal experiences with adoption, heavy topics like abuse, or more lighthearted questions about whether or t angels wear khakis, Moyer writes every word with an honest humility that will inspire you to hope. Take heart. Miracles can still happen-even in your life. Finding Sozo will lead you to the source of healing and wholeness: God.
Kristin Moyer lives in Golden, Colorado, with her husband and four boys. She holds a MA in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and completed PhD coursework in statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Moyer is a vice president at a technology, research, and advisory company, and, in that capacity, writes and speaks around the world about the future of technology. Moyer is passionate about the power of prayer and is a living testament to the miraculous work of spiritual healing. She is a teacher and intercessor at Living Free Ministries, and is also in The Warrior Class, a developmental training community and intercessory team for Graham Cooke. Having experienced God's healing in her own family, she desires to spread the good news that miracles happen. Finding Sozo shares her family's miraculous story of being saved from illness and destruction.