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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

Say the word “family” and a myriad of images comes to mind, a collage of both personal and fabricated images. Images that nonetheless influence thoughts, feelings and beliefs— individually and collectively. Sadly, no one exits childhood without trauma, some more than others. For many, parents are the instigators of this trauma. Inflicting physical and psychological …

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Confusion, self-pity, cowardice  Immersed in icy, hostile memories Wicked, dishonest, selfish choices Suffocating victim mentality  Drowning in the sea of hopelessness Reeling from the enemy’s cruel taunts Accepting as truth his vicious lies Believing weakness, loser defines me Grayness forever colors my world  No escape, no relief, no hope, nothing Devastated, lost, no where to …

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Let Jesus open that wound. Remove the shame, guilt and regret. Cleanse it with His love. Setting  you free forever. Jesus, the Great Physician, has wonder working power. Doing what no drug, psychotherapeutic technique or self-help program can. Permanently freeing you from fear, insecurity, addiction, bondage and sin. Healing you of the curses this sinful …

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Debt is a prison because it enslaves you. Influencing your decisions. Dominating your thoughts. Determining your realm of influence.  All disciples of Christ were at one time spiritually indebted to sin. Separated from Papa and destined for hell.  But thankfully, Jesus paid the debt. All sins— past, present and future have been expunged from our …

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There is a loneliness epidemic in America. According to a nationwide survey conducted by global health service company Cigna, “an astonishing 43% of participants (that’s 2 in 5 Americans) sometimes or always feel isolated from others, and that their relationships are not meaningful. Additionally, 27% (that’s 1 in 4 Americans) rarely or never feel as …

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