Jesus came to pardon our sins. But He also came to heal the brokenhearted so we can walk in freedom.  

Freedom from pain, guilt, shame, sin, and condemnation. By His wounds we are healed. 

May God continue to bless us on the path to complete restoration and healing in Him.  

Browsing Archive: September, 2012

Confessions of a Recovering Addict's Wife: Part 2

Posted by Kristina Croft on Saturday, September 22, 2012,

I recently wrote a candid blog confessing a bout of struggles with anger, bitterness, and painful memories. I think it’s good to share the truth; this journey isn’t easy. And even after years of recovery, there can still be hiccups and triggers that cause us to stumble. I got a good response from many of my readers who said they, too, have struggled with similar set-backs. I’m glad that it was encouraging to you. I think it’s important for us to know that we are not alone in our str...


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Confessions of a Recovering Addict's Wife

Posted by Kristina Croft on Tuesday, September 11, 2012,


Recently, I had one of those moments. One of those moments where I wasn’t guarding my heart and thoughts, where I allowed my mind to dwell on the pain of the past; I allowed my fears to run rampant and I began to scrutinize every little detail of my husband’s behavior. One of those moments where, even though I have no evidence what-so-ever, I attempted to nitpick his actions until I could find something that he was doing that wasn’t “diligent” to his “pursuit of purity.” It was ...


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Addiction of Idolatry

Posted by Kristina Croft on Tuesday, September 4, 2012,

“You shall have no other gods before me.”

Exodus 20:3

Well, we’ve got that one covered. We don’t worship idols by having orgies before golden calves or tossing our babies in the fiery belly of Molech. We don’t bow down and offer sacrifices to Baal or kneel and pray before the goddess Asherah.  So the first commandment is not really relevant in our day and age and we can just move on to the next one, right? Wrong. Dead wrong. I believe the sin of idolatry is as rampant today and is...


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