What to Expect
In the Unbound Conference, presenters take one through the five keys of the Unbound Ministry. It is helpful to read the book Unbound , by Neal Lozano, prior to attending a conference, but it is not required since the conference talks cover the basic principles contained in the book and give some insights that may not be in the book. herefore reading the book may prepare one to hear them explained in greater depth at the conference.
The conference consists of sessions in which all "five keys" are covered. After sessions a brief time of prayer ministry is offered. This prayer ministry is meant to help with specific issues the talk brought up.
Typically on the afternoon of the second day of a conference, a limited number of more in-depth private prayer sessions are available. Usually the requests for prayer exceeds the available prayer team’s time. Therefore follow up days of prayer are scheduled for later dates.
Individual prayer ministry sessions are with a two or three person prayer team consisting of a leader and one or two intercessors. Prayer teams are trained about the importance of assuring confidentiality. One tells the team the important aspects of their life story that the Spirit revealed to them during the conference talks. The person asking for prayer only shares what he or she are comfortable sharing. The ministry team will not push people to reveal anything they are not willing to talk about. Together the team helps one to identify root causes of repetetive problematic feelings or behavior. Forgiving people for hurtful things and identifying negative patterns of response are part of the interview process. The team leads one through the five keys: repentence in faith, forgivenes, renunciation, authority and the Father's blessing as discussed in Neal Lozano's book, Unbound.