We are excited to announce the release of the 1st of 35 short video clips that address various topics from our book, The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself—How Loving Yourself the Way God Does Can Bring Healing and Freedom to Your Life. These video clips are from one to five minutes in length and are taken from a seminar we conducted in Sanibel, Florida. Titles of these clips include How does “hidden” shame show up in my life?; What in the world drives my actions?; What if I feel God has walked out of my life?; How do I climb over my loved one’s walls of shame?; “God loves me.” Why do I beat myself up? and many more.
Click on the video below to view Video Clip 1:
The Great Disconnect: “I Know Jesus Loves Me, But . . . “
Will You Help Us Get the Word Out?
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We will be releasing these videos over the upcoming weeks and we are asking for your help. There are many people who desperately need to be able to love themselves the way that God loves them. They need to know that this isn’t just a nice idea, but that it is critical for them to live from a place of freedom instead of bondage. One important way that you can help is to share this blog post on your own social media sites. Another way you can help is to direct those you know to our social media sites—including this blog. Here are links to our sites that can help you spread this message:
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If you or someone you know is in need of finding a safe place for emotional and/or spiritual healing and restoration, please contact us at The Father’s Heart Intensive Christian Counseling Ministry. Check out our web site at www.fathersheart.com or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are located in the North Georgia Mountains in a retreat-like setting to counsel individuals or couples for periods of two to five-days in length.