Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I contact Walk with Yah (WWY)?
A: Use the quick and easy Contact & Membership registration form found here
Q: Do I have to believe in the Bible to have a Sanctification session?
A: Yes. While I’m not concerned with denominations, Walk with Yah ministry is a Bible-based ministry. Any person that WWY do a Sanctification session with must believe in the authority and tenets of the Bible.
Q: Do I have to become a member of WWY to get Sanctification services?
A: WWY prefers to only minister to WWY members.
Q: Are you a state-certified professional?
A: While there is no state certification program for sanctification/deliverance, Minister Noe did undergo extensive training for Theophostic ministries. Minister Noe is not state-licensed but just a servant of our Heavenly Father. Also, Minister Noe advises if clients feel that they need to see a certified professional for any reason that they do so. Walk with Yah believes the Ruach haKodesh can heal but He can also used certified professionals as well.
Q: I have never done sanctification/deliverance before. What should I expect?
A: When you contact WWY to schedule a Sanctification session, you will be sent a “Pre-Deliverance Guideline” email that will help guide you through the process along with a profile sheet and a liability waiver (time & situations permitting). Since WWY can’t profile every circumstance we’ll maneuver our way together through the remainder as we depend on the Ruach haKodesh / Holy Spirit.
Preferably a WWY representative will talk to any clients beforehand as well to answer any other questions that a client may have.
After the Sanctification session I’ll send you a “Post-Deliverance Guideline” email to help continue to guide you through the process. Please reference the 'What to Expect' page as well on this website.
Q: How long will the Sanctification session last?
A: Sessions typically last 2 – 3 hours. This will depend on individual circumstances.
Q: When do you most often have your Sanctification sessions?
A: At this time, the WWY schedule varies greatly so it's best to try to schedule a time in advance.
Q: Do you only do sessions with local clients?
A: Video teleconference sessions are available for clients that are either out-of-state OR that are local but due to various factors (e.g. family life, traffic, etc.) it makes better use of time to do a remote session.
Q: How many sessions will be required?
A: That depends on a variety of factors. The answer will be different for each person. It depends on how much sin there is that has to be dealt with, how much does the client 'flow' themselves, how many questions or learning opportunities there are, how much effort the client is putting forth, etc. In addition sometimes Yeshua will take care of a number of items very quickly and at other times it may not go as quick as we'd like for it to go.
Q: Should I fast before our Sanctification session?
A: Walk with Yah doesn’t ask that people fast as a requirement BUT WWY feels that people that strongly want to seek Yah and His will become more sensitive to Him when they deny themselves the pleasures of the world and focus more on Him. However, if you have a medical condition that requires you to eat or believe that not eating would be a distraction for you then WWY suggests that you not fast.
Q: Do I need to be in-person to have a Sanctification session?
A: While being in-person is the best case scenario if that is not possible WWY can do Sanctification sessions via video-teleconference (e.g. Zoom) if you have that working capability or over the phone. However, these last options are only available if the first option is not possible at all.
It is best to be in a location where you will not be disturbed and you have the freedom to express yourself freely. After you contact WWY we will determine the best meeting environment (e.g. time and location) for your Sanctification session.
Q: Can a Bible believer be demon-oppressed?
A: Yes believers can be demon-oppressed (not to be confused with possession) or influenced by demons. When we sin we open ourselves up to the enemy. This can be due to habitual sin, a one-time event, generational curses, etcetera.
Q: Will you be yelling at me during a session?
A: No. Walk with Yah believe in honoring the person at all times. However, there may be times when voices do get raised it is not good practice to yell at the client themselves. Walk with Yah also do not believe in pushing a person past the limits of where they are willing to go.
Q: Does your ministry charge?
A: The suggested offering is $50 an hour (per 1 Ti 5:18). Walk with Yah believes for your own spiritual growth you should give to the ministry for your own benefit (2 Cor 9:5-13) as we reap what we sow into. Just note only WWY members can be ministered to.
1 Ti 5:18: For the Scripture says “. . . The laborer is worthy of his wages.”
2 Cor 9:5-13: 5 So I thought it necessary to appeal to the brothers to come to you in advance, and arrange your promised blessing beforehand – this to be ready as a blessing and not as greediness. 6 And this: He who sows sparingly shall also reap sparingly, and he who sows on blessing shall also reap on blessing. 7 Let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not of grief or of necessity, for Elohim loves a joyous giver. 8 And Elohim is able to make all favor overflow toward you, that you, always having all you need in every way, have plenty for every good work. 9 As it has been written, “He scattered abroad, He gave to the poor, His righteousness remains forever.” 10 And He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, shall supply and increase the seed you have sown and increase the fruit of your righteousness, 11 being enriched in every way for all simplicity, which works out thanksgiving to Elohim through us. 12 Because the rendering of this service not only supplies the needs of the set-apart ones, but also is overflowing through many thanksgivings to Elohim. 13 Through the proof of this service, they esteem Elohim on the submission of your confession to the Good News of Messiah, and generosity in sharing with them and all men
Q: How many people will be involved in our ministry session?
A: If a man has scheduled a Sanctification session, there will be a minimum of one Sanctification minister however at least two are preferred. If a woman has scheduled a Sanctification session, there will be a minimum of two Sanctification ministers. This will depend on the communication medium as well (i.e. video teleconference, in-person).