Set Yourself Free With Deliverance Coaching!

14 Mar

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One of the main purposes of the book “the Church of the End-time Zombies: A Guide To Religious Detox” is to prepare YOU to stand alone as the author did for 8 of the 11 years she has been out of organized religion. Once Pam Sheppard started the online Christian fellowship called RESCUE, she now has supportive friends from several American states and others from South Africa, Dubai, India, Antigua, Finland and Canada. A prolific writer, Pam’s books are really an outgrowth of her main passion: deliverance counseling and pastoring. So this book is a labor of love to all the people around the world that Pam would love to personally pastor, particularly those who have been damaged and deceived by religion as peddled by “the religious.”

Since she is without the resources and capability to personally pastor the millions who are in dire need, she is using this book to coach those who will one day have to stand alone as she did. So as a labor of love, Pam has jam-packed almost 300 pages with loads of truths to prepare you for the evil day. It was a book written a century ago that turned Pam’s life upside down and served as the catalyst to open her eyes to comprehend just how deeply the enemy’s infiltration into the institutional church had personally hindered her walk in the spirit. “War on the Saints” set her free from being a Christian zombie for 25 years.

So this her 7th book is motivated by her democratic belief in the free will of the individual to be un-deluded in this Laodicean age of deception where “Satan has deceived the entire world.” For those who have an ear to hear and an eye to see, this eye-opening book will take you on the narrow road to meet the true and real Jesus Christ of Nazareth for yourself, without the influence or the mediation of the blind controlling and leading the blind. This book will pull you out of your religious ditch and cause you to stand on solid, good ground that will prepare you to “really be born again.” In fact, You will be able to clarify for yourself what has kept you deceived and what you need to know to address your own vulnerabilities and triumph over them.

In her 6 earlier books, Pam established and presented a framework to unravel religious deception which she elaborates on and enhances in “the Church of the End-time Zombies.” Nothing is withheld that would be useful to you but one subject, demonic soul-ties, the subject of its own book. This book is conversational in its language style as Pam personally coaches you from each page.

Then there are those of you who do not have to stand alone, as RESCUE still has the capability to receive your membership. To know more about RESCUE, watch these videos.

Don’t forget to get your coaching book to help you stand alone.

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ebook www.lulu.com/content/16464312

3 Responses to “Set Yourself Free With Deliverance Coaching!”

  1. Susan Dumbill March 19, 2015 at 6:01 pm #

    Hi Sorry, but somehow some text got missed out of my email. I meant to say that I do *voluntary work *in a psychiatric hospital.

    Sue

    On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:58 PM, Susan Dumbill wrote:

    > Hi to Pam and the Team > > I’m sending this from Liverpool UK!! > > I’d like to thank you for what you are doing, especially your online > support for those not directly connected with churches. > > I’m nearing my 5th year in this position. I came out of a very dubious > group in 2007 and have had to leave another church re concerns I had. I’ve > visited several churches here and nearby, and have found that in some I > sense that I shouldn’t stay after the meeting, chat etc, and that my > presence isn’t really wanted there. I’ve noticed other negative reactions > to my presence in some, and this has been very painful and difficult to > take. After a while of looking around I have decided to not go looking > around for the time being, but to trust God, and continue my prayer and > Bible reading etc. > > I’m sure not being in a church isn’t good, but if/when you’re not wanted, > and feel even driven away it seems pointless hitting your head against a > brick wall, as we say here. The thing is that the Lord is very much with > me, and as well as reading my Bible more than I did when in churches I’m > learning to trust Him and listen to his witness in my spirit. I put Bible > verses in my front window (my house is right next to the pavement > (sidewalk!!) and I see people reading them as they pass. Even today I gave > a taxi driver a card with Bible verses (which I make, and add extra verses > and a choc mint!!) and we had a very encouraging conversation before I got > out about Jesus and church. This sort of thing does happen as I carry my > cards around when I’m out, and I have some very interesting conversations > with strangers on buses and on the street. it’s clear to me that the Lord > will use whoever is available, in the ways they can operate. I a > psychiatric hospital myself, after leaving the dubious group in 2007 and > again in 2010, 2 very short admissions, patients open up to me and the > other volunteers with the same ‘history’ and I find this a very pastoral > role. I’m 52, single with no children (and no regrets, I thank God) I > find myself in this kind of role, especially as several of those I support > are in their 20’s. It’s amazing how the Lord works things out like this. I > could never have imagined this. I know He is with me and I’m so grateful > for what He is doing. And the odd thing is that I don’t miss church – those > who don’t want me around. It’s such a relief not to have to run to places > where I’m not really wanted, and knowing I have done all I can to right > past wrongs and give others ‘space’ etc, I know now to leave it with the > lord to work in people’s hearts, and to pray for them. I’m sure He knows > how to work in situations in ways we can’t see until much further on… > > Thanks again. > > Sue [?] > > > > > > > > > > On Sat, Mar 14, 2015 at 9:31 PM, SETTING CAPTIVES FREE <

    • Pam Sheppard Publishing March 19, 2015 at 7:31 pm #

      We appreciate your support. I think you need the book to understand why we believe that the going to church tradition is over.

  2. Susan Dumbill March 19, 2015 at 5:58 pm #

    Hi to Pam and the Team

    I’m sending this from Liverpool UK!!

    I’d like to thank you for what you are doing, especially your online support for those not directly connected with churches.

    I’m nearing my 5th year in this position. I came out of a very dubious group in 2007 and have had to leave another church re concerns I had. I’ve visited several churches here and nearby, and have found that in some I sense that I shouldn’t stay after the meeting, chat etc, and that my presence isn’t really wanted there. I’ve noticed other negative reactions to my presence in some, and this has been very painful and difficult to take. After a while of looking around I have decided to not go looking around for the time being, but to trust God, and continue my prayer and Bible reading etc.

    I’m sure not being in a church isn’t good, but if/when you’re not wanted, and feel even driven away it seems pointless hitting your head against a brick wall, as we say here. The thing is that the Lord is very much with me, and as well as reading my Bible more than I did when in churches I’m learning to trust Him and listen to his witness in my spirit. I put Bible verses in my front window (my house is right next to the pavement (sidewalk!!) and I see people reading them as they pass. Even today I gave a taxi driver a card with Bible verses (which I make, and add extra verses and a choc mint!!) and we had a very encouraging conversation before I got out about Jesus and church. This sort of thing does happen as I carry my cards around when I’m out, and I have some very interesting conversations with strangers on buses and on the street. it’s clear to me that the Lord will use whoever is available, in the ways they can operate. I a psychiatric hospital myself, after leaving the dubious group in 2007 and again in 2010, 2 very short admissions, patients open up to me and the other volunteers with the same ‘history’ and I find this a very pastoral role. I’m 52, single with no children (and no regrets, I thank God) I find myself in this kind of role, especially as several of those I support are in their 20’s. It’s amazing how the Lord works things out like this. I could never have imagined this. I know He is with me and I’m so grateful for what He is doing. And the odd thing is that I don’t miss church – those who don’t want me around. It’s such a relief not to have to run to places where I’m not really wanted, and knowing I have done all I can to right past wrongs and give others ‘space’ etc, I know now to leave it with the lord to work in people’s hearts, and to pray for them. I’m sure He knows how to work in situations in ways we can’t see until much further on…

    Thanks again.

    Sue [?]

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