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‘Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same sufferings are experienced by your brotherhood in the world.’ – 1 Peter 5:8-9   One of the first impacts of mental illness is isolation –... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 6

The past few weeks I've been sharing about The Body of Christ; how we are like different body parts with different functions (Romans 12:1-8). I hope you're getting something out of the series. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me through our contact menu. - Luke The Digestive System (The Teacher) These... Continue Reading →

Words

Encourage a life to be lived or Cause self-worth to be shaken. Empower a life to hold on to hope or Make a person feel like they're worthless and they'll never be free from all the lies they've learned to believe. Can help someone live to 32 or give up on life at age 16.... Continue Reading →

The Dark

The hardest part is when it hits you. The uncontrollable, overwhelming and crushing wave of despair. Loneliness. Hopelessness. The dark pit that engulfs you and won't let go. What's worse is this blackness that isolates you from everything - you're the only one who can see it. It taints every thought, every word, every action.... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 4

For the past few weeks and several to come I have been doing a series on The Body of Christ - how we are all different but part of the same body in Christ (Romans 12:1-8). We've been looking at how people's gifts (aptitudes/personalities) are comparable to parts of the body and how we all... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 3

For the next few weeks I'll be sharing about The Body of Christ - how we are all different parts but part of the same body (Romans 12:1-8). If you have missed any of the series check our blog posts for the others. I hope you enjoy reading and find some insight into how we... Continue Reading →

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