The story of David Montgomery’s quest to fill an empty place in his heart. His efforts to find peace and calm for his soul through sports, women, drinking, work success, more education, drugs and then back to sports proved to be lacking in long-term impact. David was unsettled and unhappy with life until he found […]
How crack cocaine and then a beautiful young daughter changed a life forever. – This is the story of Jamie and how he followed in his parent’s footsteps of alcoholism and then got lost in crack and marijuana. How his young daughter brought him back to a new life.
“Miss independence” finds dependence in this story of life change. Sharon’s quest for independence in life and a taste for the world’s riches left her empty. In this video find out how she discovered a satisfying love after experiencing great disappointment.
If you struggle with depression, guilt, loneliness, shame, sin, emptiness, sorrow….or if you sense that there are corners of your heart that are not aligned to the Maker….lift this prayer to God above. My Soul’s Reprieve My heavy heart, oh tired and gray its weight I surely feel longing for a fairer day when buds to blossom deal. ~ Then […]
Molestation and forgiveness rarely go hand-in-hand. But, by God’s grace this story ends differently. If you struggle with forgiveness for someone who has hurt you or harmed you in some deep way, perhaps this story of forgiveness will be of some help.
Anne Caffey’s Wounded Heart Ministry, based in Alpharetta, GA, is an effective counseling service with years of experience working with God and the Holy Spirit to help others who are trapped in hurtful behavior, are in difficult family environments and are hurting. Anne has a special ability to listen well and get to the root […]
God is ready and waiting to forgive anyone who asks. It’s in the Bible, Psalm 86:5, TLB. “O Lord, you are so good and kind, so ready to forgive; so full of mercy for all who ask your aid.” On what did David rest his hope of forgiveness? It’s in the Bible, Psalm 51:1, NIV. “Have mercy […]
After getting into repeated trouble in high school, Brian was kicked out of his home and lived out of his car and at friend’s houses. He grew to hate the “together” families of his friends and more and more anger built inside.