Saved but Still Enslaved

Breaking Free from Strongholds

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It's possible to be a new creation in Christ . . . yet still struggle with strongholds.

With compassion, personal experience and raw honesty, Pastor Bobby Davis leads readers through seven common struggles, or strongholds, holding Christians back. He demonstrates how to experience victory and freedom instead of just hearing about it in church.

Bobby offers real answers to real problems that keep believers enslaved every day, uncovering hidden strongholds--including unforgiveness, insecurity, addiction and fear--and offering a way out.

If you're tired of feeling defeated, this book is for you.

There's hope. Christianity isn't just about future freedom in heaven; it's about entering your promised land and embracing the power of God now.

You can accept this freedom, overcome your strongholds and fulfill God's perfect plan for your life, starting today.


Truly a reminder that God is never limited by our limitations. This book will change lives--maybe even yours.

Reggie Dabbs, international speaker; author, Reggie; Reggie Dabbs Ministries

Pastor Bobby makes you retain his message so that you can retrieve it from memory when you need it the most--in the real world when the things in life are attacking your mind.

Rich Froning, three-time Cross World Crossfit Champion; author, First

Refreshingly relevant. Davis links issues such as fear, shame and unforgiveness as part of our battle for fully realized salvation and victorious living.

Cecil Murphy, bestselling author; co-author, 90 Minutes in Heaven

The Authors

  1. Bobby Davis

    Bobby Davis

    Bobby Davis ( is a "preacher's kid" who pushed the limits of drinking and drugs until his life was changed by the Lord in a Christian rehab facility. Now the pastor of the large and growing Life Church in Cookeville, Tennessee,...

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  2. Keri Wyatt Kent
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    Keri Wyatt Kent

    Keri Wyatt Kent is the author of Breathe and has written for both the Daily Herald (Chicago) and for Willow Creek Community Church. Keri speaks often on spiritual formation. She lives with her husband and two children in Illinois.

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