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  • Why Is Healing So Hard?
    How to persevere through the journey of deliverance
  • The Shadows We Cast
    We can’t escape our past, but we can move forward in freedom
  • Ready for Counseling?
    How to pick a truly wise counselor
  • Junkie in the Pew
    One woman's struggle with loving God and loving drugs
  • Tattoo Removals and Cover-Ups for Jesus
    Chris Baker, the ministry director of Ink180, has dedicated his life to rescuing and restoring sex trafficking victims to health and wholeness in Chicago—for free
  • How to Help Someone Who Has an Addiction
    Helping a friend or family member who has an addiction can be difficult. Here are a few helpful things to do and hurtful things to avoid.
  • One Thing Remains
    Vulnerability, transparency, and true love played large roles in Christa Black’s healing journey away from abuse and toward marriage and motherhood.
  • Recovering from a Sexual Past
    Why and how you should allow God to enter into your redemption and healing
  • Celebrating Recovery
    12-step programs help you overcome more than just chemical addictions—they illuminate the importance of confession and healing in Christian community
  • A 12-Steps Marriage
    After 10 years of life with an alcoholic, I finally learned that I was part of the problem in our marriage.
  • The Beauty of Weakness
    Spiritual growth seldom happens on the platform of our strength.
  • My Marriage Was Over
    Back from the Brink: A real-life story of a marriage in recovery.
  • My Son's Drug Problem
    Would our family survive his addiction?
  • Getting Real About Alcohol
    I have a problem with drinking, but I can't stop. What can I do?
  • What I Lost By Gambling
    With every trip to the grocery store, I'd purchase thirty dollars worth of lottery tickets.

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April 13, 2021
There Is No "Safe" Jesus
There Is No "Safe" Jesus
The risky call to love like Christ

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