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A Way Out – Daily Devotion

1 Corinthians 10:13. Whether it’s food, your phone time, or substance abuse, addictions are hard to kick. In 1 Corinthians, Paul reminds us that no...

BEST OF 2019: Discovering God's Freedom From Pornography Part 1 – Nick and Michelle Stumbo

Starting at age 14, Nick Stumbo experienced a 15-year binge/purge/confession cycle dealing with pornography and sexual fantasy. Nick had good intentions – he confessed...

Living Free From Shame and Guilt Part 2 – Jamie Ivey

You don’t have to feel shame or guilt about your past. You can embrace the freedom you have in Christ! Author and podcaster Jamie...

Living Free From Shame and Guilt Part 1 – Jamie Ivey

You don’t have to feel shame or guilt about your past. You can embrace the freedom you have in Christ! Author and podcaster Jamie...

What Do I Do If My Spouse Was Abused? – Erin Smalley

A history of sexual abuse is a hard truth to bring to the light. Your spouse may be tempted to keep it a secret...

How To Avoid Shame-Based Parenting – Dr. Kelly Flanagan

Jim Daly and John Fuller talk with Dr. Kelly Flanagan over his book, Loveable. You can find Dr. Flanagan's book at our store here:...
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