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Breaking Free

God wants you to overcome your destructive behaviors. Encouragement can help.

  • by Anonymous Author
A child is truly blessed if he or she can grow up in an environment that is secure, healthy and emotionally stable. It’s ideal if a child is raised by warm, loving and God-fearing parents.
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  • by Anonymous Author
Writing this article—recalling all the memories—is almost too much for me to bear. But I’ve decided to write it, hoping and praying that it will help someone else whose heart is breaking from a family tragedy. I’ll share my story and some of the lessons I’ve learned. I want you to know how God has been healing my heart. If you need healing, He is there for you too.
  • by Anonymous Author
I’m writing this in 2012 at age 36. In a way, I feel I’ve lived a hundred years, years filled with some good stuff and a lot of bad stuff. In another way, I’m a “newborn babe” excitedly learning the “pure milk” of God’s Word (1 Peter 2:2).
  • by Michael Kelley
Be prepared to help a depressed person to choose life rather than suicide. The loved ones of a suicide victim need to understand what the Bible reveals—that there will be life after death for that person, and he will have his opportunity to qualify for eternal life in God’s Kingdom.
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  • by Larry Walker, Glen White
In the previous two installments of this series, we identified and described the symptoms of alcoholism. Alcoholism is so widespread that most of us know someone afflicted with the problem.