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Book: Bound by fear freed by Grace - Emmanuel Olumobi


About the book

Bound by fear freed by Grace (Voodoo and African Prostitutes in Europe)-This is an eleven chapter expository book on the spiritual effects of prostitution and human trafficking.  It explains how traffickers employ Voodoo to entrap victims; the symptoms are thoroughly enumerated and analyzed. The book also provides the principle of overcoming these problems. There are several testimonies by Pastors and victims on the tragic life of prostitutes and victims of human trafficking. The testimonies are compelling and capable of making anyone rethink careless sexual adventures. The book provides self help for deliverance and on how to help victims receive total freedom.

The book will empower and equip victims of prostitution and human trafficking with adequate knowledge that they may find true freedom when they seek one. It aims also to serve as a guide to individuals, family members of victims, Government agencies and Human right organizations and the church involve in helping victims.

About the author

Pastor Emmanuel Olumobi, is the Lead Pastor of Due Season Ministry, Antwerp Belgium. He is also a member of the Assemblies of God (VPE), he served as the network coordinator for the International (Migrant) Church arm of the Movement from 2008 to 2011.

Emmanuel had his practical ministerial training and ordination at Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry (MFM) in Nigeria. He served in MFM at various times as Church planter, missionary and regional coordinator in Nigeria, Ghana and the Netherlands until 2005.

Emmanuel is a prayer warrior with a diploma in spiritual warfare. A graduate of Biochemistry from University of Ilorin, Emmanuel also had a Bachelors of Theology degree with specialization in Missions from Continental Theological Seminary, Brussels and a Masters of Theology degree from University of Wales. He is married to Pastor Modupe Olumobi and blessed with 3 children.

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