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: October, 2013

How Can I Tell Anyone About This?

Posted by Kristina Croft on Friday, October 25, 2013,

Embarrassed.

Misunderstood.

Humiliated.

Scared.

Insecure.

Isolated.

These are just a few of the words that describe how we usually feel when we consider sharing our struggles and pain with another person. We think that there's no way any other person could possibly understand what we're going through or what we're tempted by. And that's a lie straight from Satan that is intended to keep people in darkness and despair; where as confession brings things into the light. In fact, the Bib...


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Healing is a Funny Thing

Posted by Kristina Croft on Wednesday, October 2, 2013,

Healing is a funny thing. Not funny “haha” but funny as in peculiar. Peculiar that something so painful and gut-wrenching can actually spark a deep love and passion within you that you didn't know you had. Let me explain...


After I discovered my husband's addiction to pornography, I felt like my life was over. I was so completely overwhelmed by broken-heartedness that I didn't see how I could possibly ever love him again. And yet something within me was longing for him. And as my husban...


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Fear of Trusting God Completely

Posted by Kristina Croft on Wednesday, October 2, 2013,


Ok so, as a pastor's wife, most people think trusting God completely is easy for me; like I have some sort of super-christian faith that I've absorbed from my super-christian husband/pastor. But that is not the truth! I do struggle with trusting God completely. (Though I'm not sure why; He's never let me down.) But in my selfishness and my need to be in control, I find it difficult to turn things altogether over to the Lord.

This was especially true with my husband's sobriety. My husband has ...


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