Deliverance Ministry

    Many people do not have the revelation of deliverance, and it’s given the ministry of deliverance a bad name in many people’s eyes, because of failed deliverances within the church, unsuccessful ministering, and people walking away still in bondage, because the person ministering did not understand  what the root of the problem was in that person’s life.

    Freedom is necessary for believers in Christ to become fruitful, but freedom for the most part is the “missing ingredient” in most Christians’ lives. Jesus Christ has come to set captives free (Isaiah 61:1) to become fruitful disciples. We strongly believe that every Christian has the ability to walk in complete freedom that is given by God.


    Our vision is to set those who are in bondage, oppressed and possessed free.  As Jesus was sent fourth to preach deliverance to the captives (Luke 4:18, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to… preach deliverance to the captives…”), so we are also sent out (John 20:21, “Then said Jesus to them… as my Father hath sent me, even so send I you.”) to do the works He did (John 14:12, “He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also…”), and this includes casting out of devils (Matthew 10:8).


    Most of God’s people are spiritually stuck, running in a circle – expending a lot of energy but getting no where. Some are painfully aware of their struggles and yearn to be free from the guilt, shame, anxiety, fear, abuse and addictions that are suffocating their spirit. Others are largely clueless, even complacent about their struggles, having accepted as normal a subnormal life in Christ, where faith is lived out on a Sunday service but is largely irrelevant the rest of the week. Our mandate is to impart the revelation of deliverance and self deliverance to our generation.


    Our mission is to establish a culture where our generation walks in constant and daily deliverance. We strongly work in the areas where individuals struggle mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Where with the Word of God and the Holy Spirit, the individual will be empowered to overcome their struggle. It involves teaching the biblical message of freedom; taking people through The Steps of Walking in Freedom and; training individuals to use these steps.

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