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: March, 2014

Borrowing Fear from Tomorrow

Posted by Kristina Croft on Sunday, March 30, 2014,


A lot of things run through my mind when I find out that a man I know has relapsed into his addiction and his family is once again devastated. I am so brokenhearted for the family and I cry out to God on their behalf. I can only imagine how hurt they must be going through this all over again. It was already the hardest thing they've ever done the first time, and now they're back at ground zero. And then I start to question, “How can this be!?” They were doing so good and everything seemed...


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10 Normal Reactions of a Wife who Discovers her Husband Looks at Porn

Posted by Kristina Croft on Friday, March 21, 2014,


#1 It's normal to feel deeply hurt and brokenhearted by your husband's sexual sin.

#2 It's normal to be very angry over his choices.

#3 It's normal to have a lot of questions about the types of things your husband has been doing.

#4 It's normal to feel insecure about your body and sexuality.

#5 It's normal to cry. Alot.

#6 It's normal to lose trust in your husband.

#7 It's normal to be a little obsessed with checking the internet history and his phone.

#8 It's normal to be confused by his add...


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Why you Shouldn't Keep Secrets from Your Spouse

Posted by Kristina Croft on Tuesday, March 18, 2014,

To tell or not to tell or how much to tell... these are the big questions in the recovery world. Should you tell your spouse when you struggle sexually? For so long, it's been an unwritten rule that men should not tell their wife if they have sexual struggles. That we are too fragile and that it won't benefit us to know. That it's just between the man and God. Most encourage men to talk to a male accountability partner so as to spare the feelings of the wife.


But my husband and I both disagr...


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Peace that Surpasses all Understanding

Posted by Kristina Croft on Wednesday, March 5, 2014,

Discovering your husband's addiction to pornography can be one of the most unsettling experiences of your life. There are so many questions and confusion that plague your mind. Insecurities and fears that shake you to the core. And emotional chaos that seems to turn your life upside down. Addictions of any kind can devastate a family, but addictions of a sexual nature tend to take a special toll on wives. We take it so personally. Pornography attacks the very heart of us and makes us question...


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