There’s no mistake so big, no sin so great, that God cannot forgive. Hear how God gave both Brenetia and LaRue freedom from their past and healing through His Word. No matter where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, you can find freedom through forgiveness in Jesus Christ!
An abusive childhood left John with deep emotional wounds, which festered into a simmering rage that followed him into adulthood and marriage. Tony grew up feeling unwanted and unloved. Even after marrying and starting a family of his own, his anger led to verbal and physical abuse. But God can restore even the hardest of hearts as well as marriages and families.
So much of our high school and college years are consumed with trying to figure out who we are as individuals. And often, all that searching only leads us to more confusion! Brian reveals how his personal identity crisis led him into a homosexual lifestyle and how a relationship with Jesus Christ revealed his true identity and set him free!…
No matter what mistakes or poor choices you’ve made, you’ll never be out of God’s reach! Find encouragement as you discover how God changed Michael’s life forever in this powerful story of redemption.
Behind closed doors of Christian homes across the world are husbands and wives who are hiding the awful secret shame of domestic abuse. Perhaps you or someone you know is struggling to overcome the scars of abuse in your life. Discover how God provided healing for Deborah and find hope for whatever trial you may be facing.
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Bitterness, anger, resentment—John had a mass of tangled emotions inside him from his difficult youth. No matter how hard he tried not to, he still ended up lashing out at the people he loved. Find out how God turned John’s life around and how He can change your life, too!
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When someone has wounded you deeply, it may not be easy to extend forgiveness and allow healing to begin. Kay shares her story of reconciliation with a childhood abuser . . .
When the doctor pronounces the worst, and diagnoses the disease as fatal, where do you turn? . . .
When Mallery met baby Rosie on the streets of Haiti, she knew she was being called to be the hands and feet of Christ and do all she possibly could to . . .