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Let the Children Come to Me
Let the Children Come to Me by Dawnetta Russell

Price: $15.99
Author: Dawnetta Russell
Subtitle: A Practical Guide for Children's Deliverance
Format: Paperback
Length: 103 Pages
Published: 2014

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Dawnetta Russell, a deliverance practitioner, has put out this simple, practical guide to ministering to children.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: What is Deliverance?
Chapter 2: How Demons Enter
Chapter 3: How to Start a Children’s Deliverance Team in Your Church
Choosing Your Team
What Does the Children’s Deliverance Team Consist Of?
Adult Leader
Children’s Leader
Prayer Support
Requirements Before a Child Can Go Through Deliverance
The Process
Coming Together
Appendix A: Questionnaire Key/Children’s Waiver
Appendix B: Prayers for Specific Purposes
Prayer of Authority and Engagement of Deliverance
Breaking Soul Ties
Breaking Word Curses
Breaking Pacts, Vexes, Hexes, and Incantations
Prayer for Deliverance from Rejection
Prayer of Deliverance from Generational and Personal Spirits
Prayer for Trauma
Prayer for a Passive Mind State
Freemasons and Their Descendants
Appendix C: Aftercare for Children


It takes someone like Dawnetta Russell who works with kids day in and day out to thoroughly understand them and have deep insight into how to effectively minister to those needing deliverance with great sensitivity, compassion and skill. The detailed tools in this practical manual are a goldmine of resources for the children’s deliverance minister. However, in my opinion, this book is a must for the library of every deliverance minister.
Doris Wagner, Global Spheres, Inc.

About the Author:

Dawnetta Russell speaks at local national, and international conferences on children’s deliverance and is a member of the International Society of Deliverance Ministers. She is an experienced counselor and has a Master’s Degree in Psychology. Dawnetta is currently the Youth Pastor at Church on the Rock and has been for the past 7 years. She is coming up on her 17h year as the Student Assistance Counselor at a local high school where she counsels hurting and at-risk youth. Dawnetta lives in Edmond, Oklahoma with her daughter, Rachel.