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I just wanted to outline what the purpose and mission of this forum is, and how this place of fellowship is different from many other forums on the Internet.
What is the purpose and mission of our forums?
(Including Lobby, Spiritual Warfare & Deliverance, Inner Healing, and Prayer Closet)
The purpose of the forum is to have friendly, loving, and edifying discussions and fellowship, where people can come and feel safe when seeking help and asking questions. Discussions with Christ-like love are welcomed here with open arms!
Being run by real-life deliverance ministers...
This forum will always be a place where the subject of deliverance or spiritual warfare in the life of a believer is welcomed and understood. Do you dearly love Jesus, but are being harassed and tormented by demons? We believe YOU!
Many thanks to our moderator staff, these forums make a wonderful place to discuss spiritual warfare, deliverance, inner healing, and much more without meeting constant persecution from those who don't agree with our fundamental beliefs (aka, "But Christians can't have demons!").
If you try to discuss the idea of casting demons out of Christians in most other Christian forums online, you will face strong opposition, and constant persecution which yields an endless source of heated debates. What a waste of time!
A place to reach out and receive help:
Do you feel like you're all alone? Most who are seeking deliverance ministry do feel alone, and feel like nobody understands them. Even their pastor writes off what they are going through, and doesn't realize the reality of what they are facing. Is that you? Are you afraid to tell people about what you've been going through, for fear of rejection? Then I don't think you could have came to a better place!
We want this to be a forum where you can feel comfortable, understood, loved, and accepted. Many of us know what it's like to be through horrible bondages ourselves, and share great joy as we see people receive their deliverance which Christ has purchased for them with such a steep price on the cross!
Why aren't heated debates welcome here?
If constant heated debates are taking place, it can make those who are in need of help feel hesitant to step out and get to know everybody. There are plenty of forums online where debates can be held, but this is the only place that I am aware of where people can come and find a loving and caring environment to help them in their deliverance and healing process; as a matter of fact, it's been so loving, safe, and friendly, that even alters have came out and introduced themselves on the forum... that says a lot! We do want alters along with those in need to feel comfortable with us, and to reach out and receive the help and love that they so desperately need.
Our mission here is not to get caught up in heated debates, but rather provide an environment for practical and loving discussion, where anybody with bondages or wounds can feel comfortable walking in and being treated with Christ-like love instead of fearing for their head being chopped off in the next theology war.
A heart-felt word shared by one of our members:
I feel the Holy Spirit is showing me that we need to preserve this safe and loving environment as a place for healing and ministry. Heated debates sets a bad tone for everybody, and it could mean life/death for somebody who is desperately seeking help but cannot open up because they don't feel safe here.sheila wrote:One of the things I like most about this web-site is the compassion. When I came here, I was truly remorseful and full of shame. The people here were non-judgmental and open-armed. I have never felt so accepted. I was also very used to "owing" someone something if they ever did anything for me. The people here expect nothing from you. It is the first time I have felt unconditional love. I want to thank you all.
In God's Love, Sheila
Many thanks to you all who are here to help support this labor of love for our dear brothers and sisters in Christ!
In Christ's love,