Meet Our Contributors, Self-Esteem & Food-Related Issues Blog Series

Series hosted by Lisa at https://CommunityMoms.wordpress.com and Vision61 Ministries On Mondays Starting June 1, 2015 Meet Our Guest Writers Brooke Lynn – blogs at https://BrookeLynnBooks.com (“Brooke Lynn – Living Free”) Called to write passionately, leading others closer to Jesus Christ. Helping you break through insecurity and doubt, encouraging you to live a life of freedom and healing. She is... Continue Reading →

Mercy for Eating Disorders (Resource)

I wanted to share with you a resource made available through Mercy Ministries. You can download a FREE ebook:  "Starved - Mercy for Eating Disorders"  [button link="http://www.mercyministries.org/downloads/Starved.pdf" color="default" size="small" target="_self" title="" gradient_colors="," gradient_hover_colors="," border_width="1px" border_color="" text_color="" shadow="yes" animation_type="0" animation_direction="down" animation_speed="0.1"]Download FREE eBook[/button] Information about the book, borrowed from Mercy Ministries: Mercy for Eating Disorders Written... Continue Reading →

You are not alone.

It is difficult to confess our weaknesses and struggles.    Nothing that we talk about here on Vision61 is easy.   If you have been visiting recently, you are aware that soon we will be sharing a series of stories and testimonies from people who are [or who have in the past] struggled with self-esteem,... Continue Reading →

Food: Lies We Believe and Truth That Sets Us Free

Series Starting June 1st, 2015 Lisa Brown at CommunityMoms.wordpress.com and Angel at Vision61.com will be starting a series about Self-esteem and Food-Related issues. This series will start on Monday, June 1st! We have a wonderful group of writers who will be sharing their stories with us. Stories to encourage and give us hope that God will... Continue Reading →

There is no flaw in you.

The enemy has done an awfully good job at making us women feel as though we will never measure up - that we will never be pretty enough, or thin enough. The world and media has given us a false perception of what a "normal" body image looks like and false expectations of relationships. Our... Continue Reading →

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