• The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, To preach the acceptable year of the Lord. (Luke 4:18-19).
  • Saturday, 2 March 2013


     Deliverance is not a prayer prayed, a demon rebuked but a life lived in Christ!

    How We Minister:
    We know and believe the power of God to deliver, heal, and save!
    We utilize a mentor, discipleship approach to lay Biblical foundations to help a person achieve and maintain their freedom from bondages
    Deliverance is a very personal experience, and inmost cases, dependent on the will of the person to relinquish past behaviors, mind sets, and footholds that one has given to the enemy. It is vital that one is willing to make lifelong changes.

    We are led by the Holy Spirit in our approach and practice to meet each individual in their specific need. We have gleaned knowledge from our experiences in the church and with individuals and know that there is no set method in which deliverance occurs.
    We first meet with an individual to discuss their concerns, to gain an understanding of their past that may have opened the door to demonic activity, and factors that are allowing the demonic to stay.
    One thing is certain: Every knee shall bow at the name of Jesus, and it is the power of Jesus Christ’s death on the cross and His resurrection that grants freedom from these strongholds
    We utilize a vast array of teachings some of which are breaking generational curses and ungodly soul ties; these are often essential elements in gaining one’s freedom.
    It is important that an individual look introspectively, have a willingness to address his issues, and see Christ as his only deliverer.
    One’s willingness to leave sinful behaviors, practices and lifestyles behind and pursue a Godly lifestyle according to the Word of God is necessary in gaining and maintaining freedom.
    1. We must “…continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling…Ph 2:12.”

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