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He Sees Me Through – Aug 2017 Newsletter

August 1, 2017 at 09:21

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Despite appearing like she had her life together, Beka was collapsing inside.  She began drinking and doing drugs, and overdosed twice.  “One of those times, I felt like I was dying.  I just told God, ‘If my life is worth living, I will wake up in the morning and I won’t be dead.’  And I […]

Used by God – July 2017 Newsletter

June 30, 2017 at 10:02

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“By the time I was 18, I had dropped out of high school, was severely depressed, and was in and out of mental hospitals for suicidal ideation.  I desperately hated myself and was very angry with God.  I eventually hit a new low and was willing to give God what was left of my life.” […]

Resting in Love – June 2017 Newsletter

May 30, 2017 at 10:37

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“Depression during college became overpowering, and it soon brought me to a breaking point.  I left school without finishing my semester finals and went back home.  I was completely defeated, and felt as though I had failed.” Read Rachael’s story of how she learned to cease striving and rest in her assurance of the love […]

God’s Son – May 2017 Newsletter

May 1, 2017 at 11:25

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“I grew up in a good home, but it was a broken one.  My dad left when I was a baby, and my mom raised me and my three siblings.  My mom took us to a good church every week, where they looked to the Bible for truth and looked to Jesus for relationship.  The […]

Loved by God – Apr 2017 Newsletter

March 31, 2017 at 09:33

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“I grew up with five siblings, and there was almost no love in our household.  My parents fought constantly, and we all suffered verbal and physical abuse from my father.  I’d always been told I was worthless, and I’d never known the love of a father.  These things spoke louder than anything I’d heard about […]

The Lord Equips – Mar 2017 Newsletter

March 1, 2017 at 09:16

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“When I was fifteen I began using drugs regularly with my mom and joined a gang.  She became involved with many different men, and what I was exposed to left me psychologically and emotionally disturbed and confused.  Eventually I left home, but I felt I had nothing to live for.  I often engaged in dangerous […]

God is My Help – Feb 2017 Newsletter

January 31, 2017 at 14:13

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“It was college, and I was at a  breaking point. My anxiety was flaring up, I had become depressed, developed an eating disorder, and was thinking of suicide.  My sister told me I should see a counselor, but I didn’t think I needed anyone’s help.  I had always been the one to take care of […]

Finding Joy – Dec 2016 Newsletter

December 1, 2016 at 13:55

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Former Resident Julie B. learned that no amount of darkness or loneliness can suppress the light of God’s presence. “Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning.” Psalm 30:5  “I spent much of my young life walking on eggshells. My father was angry and verbally abusive to my mother. He broke things sometimes, and I […]

Coming Alongside – Nov 2016 Newsletter

October 28, 2016 at 09:48

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“After eight years of constant drinking, I ended up in the hospital for five nights. My loneliness, anxiety, and depression had led me down a dark path, and there seemed to be no way out.”  We know from Proverbs 27:6 that “faithful are the wounds of a friend.” When our true friends see us growing […]

God Provides – Oct 2016 Newsletter

September 30, 2016 at 09:27

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“After spending 45 days in jail, the Lord finally got my attention, but it took a lot to get me there. Growing up, my parents weren’t around much, and I was raised almost completely by a nanny. I spent many of my formative years unsupervised. I fell into the wrong crowds and got caught up […]