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We first and foremost use prayer as our source of healing. We rely on the Holy Spirit to guide us in Listening Prayer for what needs to be prayed to bring healing. We use multiple modalities for where the Lord leads us through the Holy Spirit.

Modalities used:

Splankna Therapy, Freedom in Christ by Neil Anderson, Praying in the Courts of Heaven, Art Loomis Deliverance Ministry, Praying off Ranking and Root Spirits, Free Masonry Deliverance, Elijah House, etc.

  • The term deliverance in religious use describes the process by which a person, believed to be under the control of an evil supernatural entity called a demon, is set free - delivered - from the control of that demon. In the New Testament, Jesus and some of His disciples are described as "casting out demons" from individuals, and thus "delivering" them from "demon possession."                                                                                         http://www.biblestudy.org/beginner/definition-of-christian-terms/deliverance.html

A Brief Explanation….Splankna Therapy

This field is generally called “Mind-Body Work”. Splankna Therapy is a Christian approach to emotional healing. It consists of an understanding of 3 styles of mind-body work:

 

Neuro-Emotional Technique (N.E.T.) assess acupuncture meridians on the body to release core emotional blocks from an emotional event of the past or current.

 

Emotion Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as Tapping. Tapping on meridian points to release stuck negative emotions.  It restores balance to the body's energy.

 

Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) involves moving your eyes in a certain way while you process traumatic memories.

For more information, please read this document:

God is the change agent in Inner Healing Deliverance Prayer work.

He will heal the emotional trauma in you so that you are transformed.
This then will eliminate the symptoms. 

You will be set free and your relationship with God and others will be restored.

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