About Unbound

Unbound deliverance ministry applies the gospel to a person’s life. Unbound guides a person to surrender more fully to Jesus, rejecting all that runs counter to the truth as revealed by Jesus Christ. Other models of healing or deliverance prayer rely on the gifting of the minister, perhaps accompanied by supernatural signs or physical manifestations. Unbound prayer ministry, in contrast, is really led by the person receiving prayer.


Most people misunderstand deliverance. They think that it’s only for possessed individuals. It’s not. They think that it can only be done by a trained and appointed exorcist. Not true. Others believe that deliverance is something only for “charismatics,” or that it’s necessarily frightening. Absolutely unnecessary.

Still others confuse deliverance with emotional or mental healing. Deliverance does closely align with healing. For the greatest healing of all is healing from sin and from its inevitable outcomes: misery, destruction, death. But deliverance is not the same thing as healing.

Deliverance ministry simply addresses the reality of spiritual warfare in every human life.

The devil’s evil influence ranges from temptation to harassment to oppression to possession.Yet Christians, while subject to the Satan’s constant opposition, can never be overpowered by the enemy; he can only gain power in their lives to the degree that they open doors to his work. How?

  • Living in fear
  • Believing lies
  • Engaging in sin
  • Refusing to forgive
  • Forming unholy ties or attachments
  • Cutting off from community or rightful authority
  • Approaching the occult with fear or fascination.
  • Putting other things in place of God to give life meaning

Deliverance ministry closes these doors and releases people to live freely, secure in their identity as God’s beloved children, dedicated to His purpose for their lives. Deliverance is about belonging completely to God and nothing else.


Despite our best efforts, many of us struggle with the same sins time and again, leaving us feeling hopeless in our search for freedom. Pastor and author Neal Lozano knows this firsthand–and he’s laid out a strategy, based on his years of experience, for you to overcome Satan’s influence in your life.


Unbound deliverance ministry is a model of prayer developed by Neal Lozano. It is the model for deliverance most widely endorsed by Catholic bishops and priests throughout the world. Unbound guides people to surrender more fully to Jesus and encounter the truth that sets them free.

Other models of healing or deliverance rely on the gifting of the minister, perhaps accompanied by supernatural signs or physical manifestations.

Unbound prayer ministry, in contrast, is really led by the person receiving prayer. In fact, the goal is for people to learn to use the model for themselves, as a regular part of their prayer life. It is simple, undramatic, and yet very powerful.

Unbound is the model for deliverance most widely endorsed by Catholic bishops and priests throughout the world.

As the Church’s efforts to carry out the New Evangelization unfold, I affirm that “Unbound” is truly a Catholic form of deliverance and healing ministry from past wounds, sins and oppression that keeps one from experiencing the fullness of life and joy in Jesus Christ.  The power of Jesus Christ experienced through the five keys of “Unbound” brings countless numbers of people to that freedom which can only be found in Christ.  “Unbound” is one of the methods of the New Evangelization for helping people to experience Jesus and the power of the Gospel.

+ Archbishop Mike Byrnes, Guam (formerly auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Detroit)

Read more Unbound endorsements here from Catholic and non-Catholic leaders alike.


The goal is for people to learn to use the model for themselves. It is simple, undramatic, and yet very powerful. It is based on “Five Keys to Freedom.”

Key OneRepent for your sins and believe in Jesus.
Key TwoForgive others … and yourself.
Key ThreeRenounce the work of Satan, his influence in your life.
Key Four – Stand in the authority of Jesus Christ and say “NO” to evil.
Key FiveReceive the Father’s blessing on your identity and destiny.

Through these five keys, people learn how to win their ongoing spiritual battles, and experience liberation to be who they were meant to be and live the life they were meant to live.

Go to www.heartofthefather.com to learn more about Neal Lozano and his ministry, Heart of the Father.

The radio mini-series, “Called to Freedom,” presents an overview of the model and discussion of its key concepts:



The Give Free! training workshop for personal ministry gives participants confidence in using the Unbound model of deliverance prayer. This all-day seminar provides hands-on ministry experience, role-play, discussion, teaching, and connection to valuable resources.

After attending a workshop, participants can serve as guest intercessors with Unbound-Michigan up to four times without joining our team.  We are also happy to mentor churches seeking to develop an Unbound ministry.


Unbound-Michigan partners with Renewal Ministries, a Catholic mission organization, to teach Unbound throughout the world. For more information on Renewal Ministries, including upcoming mission opportunities, click here.




Learn more about Neal's ministry, Heart of the Father.



We schedule prayer every day of the week. Contact us below or call (734) 761-8038, ext. 1008

(We do ask that everyone requesting ministry first read Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance or watch/listen to a conference. Podcasts are linked below. Heart of the Father's conference is available from their website on DVD with a companion study guide.)



Unbound-Michigan offers teaching, training, and ministry throughout the state. We are not an official arm of Heart of the Father, but we maintain a cooperative relationship with them and have received training from them. We follow their guidelines for using the name ``Unbound.``

Upcoming Conferences

If a registration link is not posted, please visit the website of the hosting church or facility.