The path ahead following a crisis in our life like death, divorce, illness, job loss…you name it, it’s hard. It’s lonely. It’s full of unknowns, full of unanswered questions. How will I make it? … More Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety
Reconciliation was the topic in our DivorceCare workshop on Monday. To be clear, we weren’t pushing marriage restoration for everyone, just simply talking about ways to get to a place of civil interaction with our ex. Even that is a place that’s far out of sight for most that are in the middle of conflict; immersed in … More Civility with our Ex. Is it possible?
“He took away my guilt and reminded me that my life, my future, my journey belongs to Him” … More Letting Go
“There were only three ways out: insanity, incarceration, or the grave.” … More Only Three Ways Out
All of it, every sunrise filled with new hope, is recorded in the journals that tell the zig-zag story of our healing and recovery… … More Journaling the Journey
“He didn’t understand my loneliness or fears. And I became angry because he didn’t understand” … More A Future of Hope
“I have never wanted to die but I have wanted to just not exist. I gave up caring about anything…” … More No Way Back
“One touch from God was all it took. Depression left me, suicide left me, and every ounce of pain and shame was unraveled and pulled away from me.” … More Just one Touch
“The days of suffering that followed turned into weeks and then into months. Each day I would wake up either feeling dead or far far too alive. ” … More Ashleigh’s Story
She was just starting out and finding success.
Then her mom died and everything changed. … More Rashida Namulondo uses Poetry to Heal