The Paul L. Cox collection is designed for those interested in spiritual warfare and prayer. It is especially tailored to equip those involved in prayer ministry. From a volume on listening skills and avoiding blame shifts, to texts discussing spiritual beings, to a compilation of prayers for generational deliverance, this collection offers unique perspectives on many spiritual issues. Paul L. Cox, pastor, author, and co-director of Aslan’s Place Ministry, shares candid insights from years of ministry experience throughout this collection as he builds on a biblical basis of discussing ways to find freedom and wholeness in God.
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- Provides resources on spiritual warfare and spiritual beings
- Includes the text and background of numerous prayers for generational deliverance
- Offers insight for those serving in prayer ministry
- Come Up Higher
- Sacrifice the Leader
- Tipping the Scales to Your Advantage: Blessings or Curses
- Biblical Basis for Spiritual Conflict
- Heaven Trek
- Spiritual Servants of the Most High God
- Unwrap the Gifts
- Title: Paul L. Cox Collection
- Author: Paul L. Cox
- Publisher: Aslan’s Place
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 1,043
About the Author
Paul L. Cox founded the ministry Aslan’s Place with his wife, Donna, in 1999. Located in Hesperia, California, this ministry center is “dedicated to bringing freedom and wholeness to the wounded and captive. It also brings training and equipping to the body of Christ for spiritual warfare.” Cox received a Doctor of Ministry from the California Graduate School of Theology.