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There is a divine reason why you landed on pamsheppard.com. Are you looking for complete freedom in Christ? Well, my brothers and sisters, you have arrived at the right place! COUNSELING HAS BEEN MY SECULAR PROFESSION SINCE 1973. I am licensed to practice therapy in the state of NY. I am also insured. An ordained minister who served as pastor,  and I functioned in a deliverance ministry for 25 years.  I have developed a deliverance counseling model that is unique.  It is outlined in my third book, “Faces of the Religious Demon: Freedom Through Deliverance Counseling.”

The main objective of Christian counseling and mentoring is to set captives free. At Pam Sheppard Ministries, the most important tool in the process is actually  the captive.  For example, if during the assessment process, the captive reveals that his or her faith is weak, or that there are major issues of doubt and un-belief, then a major objective of the assessment phase would be to build up the client’s faith.

The treatment plan  lists the problems, hindrances in the situation, the goals, objectives and the strategies toward building the captive’s faith.  We also consider whether or not the captive has a strong network system of Christian elders who can support the captive. Therefore, we employ a cadre of mentors or “ministers” for support and encouragement.

The Christian client today is one who has been duped by the organize church into easy believism. They have repeated a sinner’s prayer, acknowledged that they have accepted Jesus Christ into their hearts, and declared to be saved or born again.  What has happened is that the fake Jesus answered their invitation. They have worshipped Him through prayer meetings, bible studies, song and dance, yet they are not saved.  They don’t know it but the enemy DOES. Therefore, the weapons of spiritual warfare do not work for them.

Without the weapons that redemption affords: the helmet of salvation, the breastplate of righteousness, the shield of faith, the girdles of truth, the feet shod with the gospel of peace and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God, the captive has to rely on a Christian counselor or minister who is truly saved—one who can successfully work the spiritual weapons against principalities and powers. Even so, we have found that the captives’ free will is their best weapon.  So in deliverance counseling and mentoring, we encourage the captive to fight in cold blood.  From a Christian perspective, our role is akin to a trainer who prepares  a prizefighter for a boxing match.

As spiritual trainers, we are in the captive’s corner, giving specific instructions as to how to win the fight. The captive takes our instructions, does all that he or she can do, and when the time is right, we step in and finish the fight by casting out demons and commanding fallen angels to go about somebody elses business. It has been our experience, that until captives use their own free will to revoke the invitation that they made to the fake Jesus, their psychic doorways or chakras will remain open, and demons will have unhindered access to their souls and spirits.

So we focus on closing those gateways by truth.  If the captive does not fight the process, victory is assured. Since December 2002, we have discovered an astounding statistic.  At least 95% of the churchgoing captives who we have served–about 300 professing Christians— did not understand either sin, repentance or the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. They do not know that they received the fake Jesus. Consequently, they worship whom they do not know.

This is an extremely appalling, pervasive condition, of epidemic proportions within the worldwide church.  Since we have counseled people in Australia, South Africa, England, Japan, Canada, the Caribbean and from at least 1/3 of the United States, the problem is the same.  An imposter god is being worshipped as if he is the Lord Almighty.  No wonder Jesus warned that in there would be people who would call Him “Lord,” and He will say “I NEVER knew you.”

If you would like to arrange an appointment for deliverance counseling or deliverance mentoring, call 518-477-5759 or send an email to pamsheppard911@yahoo.com

As you read “Faces of the Religious Demon, you will find that each face or profile offers new insights and challenges.  You the reader will learn how any ground obtained by spirit entities , no matter how small or seemingly insignificant is “GROUND POSSESSED,” even though a captive himself may have no obvious manifestation of total possession.  Your eyes will also be opened to realize that even the slightest of ground claimed by the enemy can be so debilitating and even toxic to spiritual growth and empowerment, what is the point of quibbling over terms and inches?!” For if a demon has only one inch of territory, it will seem like a mile to a tormented captives.  I train and employ Certified  Christian ministers in a mental health field.  I personally provide clinical supervision to all ministers and counselors hired by Pam Sheppard Ministries.

We don’t ask for tithes, offerings or or donations. Yet the workman is worthy of his meat. We do not operate from a 501.c.3 and so we are not tax exempt.  We report all income to IRS and we have declared a loss and not a profit each year  since our inception .  In any event,  no one is turned away for a lack of money once it is determined that   we can help.

So call 518-477-5759 and lets get started.

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  1. Acts 8:18 And when Simon saw that through the laying on of the apostles hands the Holy Ghost was given, he offered them money. 19 Saying, Give me also this power, that whomsoever I lay hands, he may receive the Holy Ghost. 20 But Peter said unto him, Thy money perish with thee, because thou hast thought that the gift of God may be purchased with money. 21 Thou hast neither part nor lot in this matter: for thy heart is not right in the sight of God. 22 repent therefore of this thy wickedness, and pray, if perhaps the thought of thy heart is not right in the site of God.

    • I hear your point and I agree. We do not offer our services as a gift from the Holy Ghost, We do not lay hands on anyone, nor do we offer the gift of the Holy Ghost for money. We are workmen. I am a licensed therapist in the state of New York who happens to be a Christian. Didn’t Jesus say that the workman is worthy of His meat? Thank you for the scriptural reminder.

      • One other point needs to be made here. I am not one who contends that I am anointed 24/7. In fact, I don’t usually know that I have been helped by the Holy Ghost until days later. When I cast out demons, I am definitely seeking the help of the Holy Ghost. Under no circumstance is ANY money exchanged. My evidence that the Holy Ghost supports the work I do is that “captives are being set free.” Again, Marlene, thank you for your interest and concern. Its too bad there are not more like you who are confronting mega preachers and others who are prospering off of the gospel. I worked hard for 25 years to enjoy the pension and Social Securiy Benefits that I live well from in these times of nationwide economic crisis. No money from Christians has ever paid my bills in my 30 years on the battlefield for the Lord Jesus Christ.

  2. lenae

    What do you have to say about the American “apostolic” church?

  3. Rina Jongsma

    Dear Pam Sheppard, I admire the wisdom the Lord has given you. Really great! Still: I have also a warning: never allow yourself to be adolised by other people, also of course not on your website. Only God is to be adolised, Never his children. God is a jealous God. He will never give his honour away to someone. Please be watchful. Thanks for your website anyway!

  4. Rina Jongsma

    Dear Pam Sheppard. How much I admire your website and everything on it, still I would like to add a second warning: I hope you never allow yourself to get enriched through your ministry financially. Freely He gives it to you, also freely give it away again. I hope you agree with me that we as christians are called to live soberly, and ought to be examples to the world and to the greedy christianity, who want to get as much of possible out of it. They think it is a blessing if they “earn a lot” by their ministry, and are not prepared to give their money to the poorest of the poor again. So they make their name a stink to the word and to other christians. I hope you never fall into this trap of liking it “to be rich financially”.

    • I am set for life fiancially Rina. Why? Because since I have been in ministry for 31 years, I worked full time, earned a great pension, and so I am trained not to live off of the gospel of Jesus Christ. For when I received a salary as a pastor, I gave it back to the church as my tithe, adding to it 10 percent of my secular salary.

      So personally I am set and want for nothing. Yet in terms of ministry, being an unknown, I have to spend money to be reached online. Every time I am reachable on a search engine, I have paid to be found. For every book I write, I have paid to be published. I am training five people to do the work that I do. I believe in paying staff, as the workman is worthy of his meat. Yet I will not do what needs to be done by begging folk for tithes and offerings. I set a reasonable membership fee that allows me to pay ministerial expenses.

      sister, I have not gotten rich off the backs of Christians in 31 years. No need to start doing so now! Thanks for your interest and concern.

  5. Hi Pam, I would like to join your mentoring and women in ministry program. As I told you I have a radio gospel show with my mom but of course I would like to learn more as well as deal with my own personal issues. You assigned me Tee so I will go online to see if I could connect with her, but I am not computer literate no do I have a facebook, myspace or anything connected to social media except an email address. So please let me know what I have to do. Thank You!

    • I sent you an email. I need to edit the page on Mentoring Women. you are already on the path and only telephone sessions are missing, as you have an email mentor and you are,in RESCUE.

      • Okay, so I’m going along the way I am supposed to? What is the difference between your paid sessions and RESCUE or is it like a process then I get into the paid session later?

        I am listening to your videos and I have two of your books so far “The Fake Jesus” and The New Idolatry”. I am learning so much but I still have questions and still need to know what is mentally going on with me. But thank you for replying.

  6. allen

    Like to know more.

  7. J.

    Hi. I could use some prayer. I was recently involved with someone who practices Kirtan and declares himself a heathen christan who loves God. But he seems oppressed to me. And says he loves Christ and God but doesnt belive that the church is balanced. IDK I’m worried. It says when you have sex with someone you become one with them. Please help me

  8. Debra Lee

    Hi Pam, I spoke with you over the phone a few weeks back. I have come away with so many things you have said regarding coming out of the IC. I have had a gut feeling in my spirit that something wasn’t right. Thanks for the confirmation. Continue to spread the “True Gospel”

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