Demonic Deliverance Counseling

Live Free From The Torment Of Demons And Help Others Find Freedom Too.

Demonic Deliverance Counseling
Don't let fear keep you from engaging the spiritual forces at work around you or attached to you. Some problems can't be overcome in any other way except to confront the demon(s) in Jesus' Name!  All believers have the power and authority to exercise a healing and deliverance ministry (Luke 10:17, Mark 6:13, Mark 9:38, Mark 3:14-16, Mark 16:17, Acts 19:13). The Holy Spirit can never be driven away, He remains permanently in believers as a deposit guaranteeing our salvation (Ephesians 1:13-15).
 
But demons are “squatters and temporary intruders.” As such, they are subject to eviction. The Holy Spirit attaches to the spirit of the believer, and demons, on the other hand, connect to the mind, emotions, body parts, or will of a person.  Like rats, they attach themselves to “emotional garbage” or sin within a person.

Former Fuller Theological Seminary Professor, Anthropologist and Healing Ministry expert Charles Kraft classifies demonic strength on a scale of one to ten. Demons low on the scale flee quietly with a command from the believer. Those at levels three or four put up resistance, require several minutes of commanding, and may physically convulse the person in need of deliverance. Demons at the upper end of the scale often require several hours or multiple sessions to master. Kraft believes that “demonic strength is calibrated to the amount and kind of spiritual and emotional garbage in a person’s life.

If you need help walking through your deliverance in a calm, loving and healing environment reach out to us today.
  • Christian counseling is confidential, Bible-based counseling by one trained and experienced in both pastoral and counseling ministry.
  • Christian counseling is not designed to treat severe mental illness. We do not perform psychiatric or psychological evaluations, nor prescribe medication.
  • The Christian counselor uses prayer and scripture to welcome God's presence in the healing process.
  • A typical counseling session lasts one to two hours. After the first meeting, the counselor will make recommendations for follow-up appointments, growth assignments, Christian spiritual practices of grace, and participation in other support ministries, well as a fellowship with a local corporate or house church, or small group ministry.