Sabrina Peters

After battling a porn addiction for 6 years, this Pastor shares his thoughts on how to help Christians who are wanting to break free.

Marriage is washing his dirty laundry, sharing a bathroom, a toilet, a bed. It’s seeing your wife’s body change when she’s pregnant and giving birth.

Growth happens when when we’re faced with circumstances we can’t control, conflict we’re forced to resolve, or pride we realise needs to be cut out.

Even if it hurts, open your hand. Whatever that means for you. It’s time to let go of the pain and allow God to mend every part of your broken heart.

In the famous words of Theodore Roosevelt, nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty.

Time doesn’t heal all wounds, it’s what you do with that time. Here’s some practical advice that’ll help you survive this break up.

Love is the mark of true faith, true Christianity. And it is so much more than a word. Love is a verb. It’s an action. An outworking.

Even if you feel like you’re sinking remember who’s in your boat. Jesus not only calms the storm, but He comforts you in the midst of it.

If you’re feeling depleted, don’t quit friend – simply, pause, pray and let God refill you. He’s the supply that never runs dry.

Here are 10 ways you can care for your mental health to help you stay grounded and resilient during this turbulent time of unpredictability.


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