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Peace the World Cannot Give

At the end of His earthly life, Jesus repeated one theme over and over, above all others: that of peace. “Let not your hearts be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me … Peace I leave with you; my…

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Thoughts on the Fullness of Life

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life and have it to the full.” - John 10:10 In inner healing ministry, we walk with a lot of people who are…

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Journey of Healing and Becoming

“Will I ever be healed? Maybe I am just too broken.” If you have felt overwhelmed by the depth of your wounds and the shattered pieces of your heart, take courage. Healing truly is possible, for with God nothing is…

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Love the Size of a Horse Chestnut

One of the many powerful healing tools I learned while engaging in the CHRIST Program from Hope's Garden was how to create a self-soothing basket. Laura suggests that within this basket, we collect items that help regulate our nervous system…

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The Grace of Forgiveness

Made in the image and likeness of God is a phrase which is thrown around quite casually in Christian circles these days. If we are truly made in His likeness, then it would suffice to say that we are “like…

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The Mercy of Kintsugi

There is an ancient Japanese practice called kintsugi (“golden joinery”). In this cultural tradition, when a piece of pottery or dishware breaks, the broken pieces are not thrown out, but glued back together and the cracks are painted in with…

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The Healing Power of Creativity

Our Lord began wooing me with the beauty of art and His boundless gift of creativity when I was a very young girl. At the age of six, my grandmother began teaching me the art and skill of oil paints…

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Ride the Healing Wave

I love my instant pot. I throw in some raw ingredients, seal it tight, press the start button and the heat and pressure build and build until, not long later, those ingredients have been transformed into something wonderful. And then…

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