The Things That Were Meant For Evil…

Written by Judith A Cruz-Vazquez   By most accounts myself and my children should have been added to the list of statistics. I came from an abusive background, on all levels. I didn’t get help and as I got older I immersed myself in extremely destructive lifestyle choices. I was a teen run away, involved in... Continue Reading →

My Testimony (Kasmira Jensen)

Written by Kasmira Jensen   How much can a person handle? That is a question asked all too often, whether we ask it of ourselves or we wonder about someone we’ve seen a news story. The answer simply boils down to whether or not we have factored God into the equation. For me, looking back,... Continue Reading →

The Nature of Addiction

Written by Rosa A. Hopkins Imagine you're in a smoky room, where things are unclear. A seductress leans sultrily into the microphone, as she sings words of unbridled passion. (If you're a woman, picture that this is a man). Things become hazy. She promises a love so strong that your soul will feel its pain... Continue Reading →

What do you run to?

We all do it. One way or another. When we are hurt, upset, mad…emotional…we run to something, or someone.   When I hurt, I want to feel…something else.   I have ran to... Self-destruction. Self-harm. Drugs. Alcohol. Ice Cream.   ............…   Fill in the blank. What do you run to?   All those things... Continue Reading →

Nick’s Testimony

Testimony of God's restoration and redemptive power. History of rejection and abuse. Deliverance from drug and alcohol abuse and other reckless life choices. "The things that the enemy implements in our lives for defeat, God is always able to use for victory, regardless of how the world sees it at the time and regardless of... Continue Reading →

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