In Resisting the Devil, author Neal Lozano shows that sometimes evil spirits tell us lies that lock us into sins and personal problems. He explains the practice of deliverance, a way of dealing with such demonic influences that is supported by the teaching and tradition of the Catholic Church. Lozano’s “Unbound” model, based on three decades of experience in deliverance ministry, builds a bridge between the sacrament of Reconciliation and exorcism. People only very rarely need exorcism – an official ministry of the Church – yet can still have difficulty receiving the freedom offered by the sacrament. Deliverance closes this gap. It offers troubled believers a way to get free from the influence of evil spirits. Teacher and pastoral counselor, Neal Lozano has been active in ministry for more than 35 years.Neal’s ministry is helping people find freedom in Christ. An international speaker, Neal has led seminars and spoken at conferences throughout the world. He and his wife Janet have led outreach missions to Poland, Latvia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Haiti, Turkey, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda. Neal is the author of four books and has served as the director of Renewal and Reconciliation, an association of churches in the Greater Philadelphia region. Neal, a Roman Catholic, has a master’s degree in religious education from Villanova University, where he also led an evangelistic outreach to college students for 18 years. Married since 1973, Neal and Janet have four sons and six grandchildren and reside in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.