044 | Book Discussion: “Spiritual Slavery to Sonship” (Tyler Sevlie)

Tyler Sevlie joins dadAWESOME to discuss the monthly Inside-Out Dad Life theme through the book “Spiritual Slavery to Sonship”.


Find Security, Freedom, and Acceptance by Resting in the Father’s Love
People are always looking for identity and acceptance. Sadly, the search often leads to wrong places, wrong people, and wrong messages about who they are.

These restless journeys ultimately lead us to feeling frustrated, unloved, and unseen. The truth is you are already loved and accepted by your Heavenly Father! 

Transition from living in Spiritual Slavery to Sonship, as you:

  • experience Father God’s love like never before—it stops being theology and becomes transformational encounter.
  • learn how to walk in peace, security, and rest—no matter what circumstances are against you.
  • break free from always feeling guilty, shameful, and condemned.
  • enjoy your spiritual inheritance as you walk in your true identity.

Drawing from Jack Frost’s adventures as a seafaring boat captain and his everyday experiences with church and family, you will quickly find yourself in this story.

Get ready to learn practical truths on how to root out lies about your identity and start living as a beloved child of God!

The Seven Counterfeit Affections:

  • Passions
  • Possessions
  • Position
  • Performance
  • People
  • Places
  • Power

Purchase Book: Original Version published in 2006 or the Expanded Edition published in 2016

Listen to the audiobook on Audible

Outline of the book from Tyler Sevlie: Chapter quotes and notes

Article: Slavery to Sonship >> Exposing the Roots of the Spiritual Orphan (Jack and Trisha Frost)

Article: From Slavery To Sonship Part 2 (Jack and Trisha Frost)

Appendix 1: Chart outlining HEART OF AN ORPHAN & HEART OF SONSHIP

 

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