Deliverance Church International – Umoja

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Deliverance Church International Umoja

Centre For Transformation

Welcome to the DCIU website. Here you will find useful information, access resources, and connect with the larger DCIU family. 

We desire to help you grow in walk with God and as our lives are transformed by the saving knowledge of Christ, we in turn transform our families and the communities in which we live.

Contact Us

Pastor on Duty

Office

Email

Follow Us on Social Media

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Deliverance Church International Umoja

Centre For Transformation

Welcome to the DCIU website. Here you will find useful information, access resources, and connect with the larger DCIU family. 

We desire to help you grow in walk with God and as our lives are transformed by the saving knowledge of Christ, we in turn transform our families and the communities in which we live.

Contact Us

Pastor on Duty

Office

Email

Follow Us on Social Media

The Fathers Blessings

Jacob had a father’s wound that was as a result of his father planning to exclude him from his blessings. That’s the story for some of us, we are wrestling with Daddy wounds like;

  1. An absent dad who never was available to love and affirm you.

  2. A dad who rejected you and walked away on you. For some a dad who refused to take responsibility.

  3. Those raised by a single mum’s and have never had a father figure in their lives.

  4. Passive dads who declined to be involved in their children’s lives emotionally, financially or physically.
  5. Abusive dads – emotionally, physically or sexually.

Instead of a blessing you got a wound or a curse. Or your wound is from a controlling or a perfectionist dad who never said once “well done!”

Whatever your father wound is, there is hope. You have a father in heaven who wants to bless you.

Jesus came here to introduce us to his father (God). Jesus is our elder brother and we are co-heirs. We see this on the book of Mark 1:9-11.

…” Then a voice came from heaven, “You are My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”…

Mark 9:11

Whom I love: I love you unconditionally. It is my decision; it is not about you. This gives you security and acceptance. God loves you.

With you I am well pleased:, I approve of you. I affirm you and validate you. I am proud of you. I know you can, I have faith in you that you will make it. I am cheering you on. I am smiling at you and always will.

God always believes in you.

Every child needs 3 things from dad, or else he/she will spend a lifetime searching for them:

  1. A sense of belonging.
  2. Unconditional love and acceptance.
  3. Validation or approval.

In spite of your dad experience, your heavenly father meets all your needs. That voice at Mark 1: 9-11 was not just for Jesus. It is for you. Receive it. Accept the blessing.

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