You Can’t Heal What You Refuse To Confront

Here in lies a very big truth. No matter what you struggle with, you can not heal if you refuse to confront the core issue. True freedom comes with surrendering everything. If you are not willing to allow God into that big closet that houses all those hurts you've been hanging on to, you will… Continue reading You Can’t Heal What You Refuse To Confront

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Celebrate Recovery Is For Everyone

Why do people still believe Celebrate Recovery is just for addicts? Is it because they have seen the movie Home Run? Did they go to that bathroom or something during testimony night in the film, where the main character’s sister-in-law speaks of her sexual abuse as a child? Or could it be because everyone thinks… Continue reading Celebrate Recovery Is For Everyone

It’s a Slow Fade

The first time I heard this song I bawled my eyes out. I actually pulled over to the side of the road as I just could not concentrate. The lyrics just hit me in the gut. I am an ex-porn addict that started way too young. Be careful little eyes what you see. It's the… Continue reading It’s a Slow Fade

Sharing Our Faults With Others

This verse is so powerful to me, personally.  You see confessing my sins to God does wonders for me but sharing them with someone is freeing. We are supposed to share one another's burdens. So by confessing to another person and having that person pray for us is powerful. And it's a powerful tool that… Continue reading Sharing Our Faults With Others

The Wonderful Power Of A Testimony

Oh boy, do I love hearing someone give their testimony. To hear how they hit rock bottom, call out to God for help. To hear how the blood of Jesus washed over them to bring forgiveness, healing and a new life is such a joy. Each time I hear one I can't help but to… Continue reading The Wonderful Power Of A Testimony

Focal Point

Everyone takes pictures now-a-days, whether it is with a camera, tablet or phone. And it doesn’t matter what the subject matter is, in the photo, there is always a focal point. Using myself as an example, here for a minute, when I take a photo the subject is always in the center of the photo.… Continue reading Focal Point

The Potter’s Hand

One thing my son, Brandon, loves watching is a potter at his/her wheel. He will stay there looking so intently at every water drop applied, the hand movement of the potter, the delicate procedure of applying a utensil to the clay and the speed of the wheel to ensure that the clay does not go… Continue reading The Potter’s Hand