Now in it's second edition, this concise but detailed book brilliantly explains how the unseen realm has a powerful consequence on the growth, or lack of growth within individuals, churches and organizations. The author provides examples of how land and buildings can become defiled and cursed and how the wrong spiritual authority can be broken, bringing release. Fully backed up by scripture this book is a powerful tool in teaching us to reclaim the ground from the enemy. "Ken Hepworth encapsulates the scriptural principles behind Ellel's teaching on cleansing land and buildings in a concise and helpful manner. This teaching is of critical importance to the Body of Christ. It will help leaders to understand and overcome some of the reasons why long-term problems can hinder church growth and life." PETER HORROBIN, International Director of Ellel Ministries "Ken Hepworth has provided for the Church a much needed tool that will be of immense help in diagnosing, addressing and solving critical issues that challenge us all. He offers a well balanced outline of teaching and testimony within a framework of sound theology and practical ministry that will result in deliverance and healing for those who choose to apply the contents of this book with serious intention. This book is challenging, timely and exciting It needs to be read by every serious Christian who longs for the fullness of God's sovereignty in their life, home, work, church and community." REV. DR. ALISTAIR P. PETRIE, Executive Director, Partnership Ministries About the Author Ken Hepworth is a man with a heart for God's people and a desire to see the Church, both locally and globally become all it is destined to be in Christ. This passion has placed him at the cutting edge of healing and deliverance issues in his calling and commitment to fully proclaim the Kingdom of God. He has served the local church for over thirty six years as Evangelist, Pastor and latterly as a Bible Teacher with an international Discipleship and Healing Ministry. He has been married to Jean since 1965 and has three grown up sons and five grandchildren."