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Breaking Strongholds In Your City by C Peter Wagner

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Author: C. Peter Wagner, General Editor
Subtitle: How to Use Spiritual Mapping to Make Your Prayers
Format: Paperback
Length: 240 Pages
Published: 1993

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Take a moment to look around your community - the parks, the malls, the key points of interest. Look at the downtown, the uptown, the back alleys and across the tracks. What are the institutions that dominate the life of your city? Do they glorify God? Or is your city infiltrated by pockets of idolatry and corruption?

You can bring light to the darkest parts of your community by breaking down the enemy's strongholds through prayer. Finding solid information will ensure that your prayer is on-target and much more effective. Breaking Strongholds in Your City shows you how to identify the enemy's territory in your area, and provides practical steps on how to pray against these dark strongholds - making it perfect for pastors, church leaders and intercessors on every level.

Whether you are being called to frontline warfare or behind-the-scenes prayer support, discover how you can target your prayers to God's glory in your neighborhood.

Table of Contents


Part 1: The Principles

Chapter 1: An Overview of Spiritual Mapping by George Otis Jr

Chapter 2: The Visible and the Invisible by C. Peter Wagner

Chapter 3: Dealing with Strongholds by Cindy Jacobs

Chapter 4: Spiritual Mapping for Prophetic Prayer Actions by Kjell Sjoberg

Part 2: The Practice

Chapter 5: Defeating the Enemy with the Help of Spiritual Mapping by Harold Caballeros

Chapter 6: Practical Steps Toward Community Deliverance by Bob Beckett

Chapter 7: Evangelizing a City Dedicated to Darkness by Victor Lorenzo

Part 3: Application

Chapter 8: Mapping and Discerning Seattle, Washington by Mark McGregor and Bev Klopp

Chapter 9: Summary: Mapping Your Community by C. Peter Wagner



Seldom have I read a book that has taught me more about strategic prayer. Never have I read a book that gave me so much hope for my city. The subject of spiritual mapping is new to me. What I don't understand, I will ponder. What I do understand I will act upon.

John C. Maxwell, Pastor, Skyline Wesleyan Church, San Diego, CA

Spiritual mapping is a controversial subject, but it is worthy of serious biblical reflection and prayerful discernment. Believers seeking to evangelize effectively should be fully prepared for the spiritual battle.

Dr. Robert Logan, Vice President, Church Resource Ministries, Alta Loma, CA

About the Author

Dr. C. Peter Wagner is professor of Church Growth at Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Missions, in Pasadena, California. Recognized as a leading authority in the fields of evangelism and spiritual warfare, Dr. Wagner has written or edited more than 30 books.