This week, John Bailey and Mark Renfroe talk about how God can help us to come back stronger from our failures.
Scripture is filled with people who fail, sin against God and lose what they love, but it also offers the opportunity of redemption to those who are burdened by their past.
Most film adaptations of books are praised for their faithfulness to the source material, especially with an author as famous and revered as Shakespeare.
In Central Asia, our partners are taking care to those who have been broken by a sinful world and showing them the hope of the gospel.
When our partners in India first met Saanvi* in March 2021, they could clearly see the cruel marks of oppression etched into every crease of her face. Her expressions were grim more often than not, but truthfully, her life had given her little to smile about.
Dr. Eddie Capparucci and Gary Wilkerson continue their conversation on the process of recovery from sex and pornography addiction.
Sam Jolman returns for a conversation on navigating the complicated relationship between vulnerability, healing and community.
Matthew Ward and Dr. Mark Mayfield once again join Gary Wilkerson for a conversation on how leaders can humbly find healing.
This week, Gary Wilkerson, Dr. Mark Mayfield and Dr. Dan Allender discuss the role that freedom plays in our lives and how suffering can be more beneficial than we may realize.
Dr. Dan Allender joins Gary Wilkerson and shares his perspective on how understanding our own stories can help us engage with other people in a meaningful way.
In part three of this series, trauma therapist Adam Young explains the impact of trauma, attunement, and attachment on our relationships.