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Recovery

Healing

SEPTEMBER 12

RELAUNCH- HEALING

For many of us, during these last 18 months, our childhood wounds surfaced and addictions or struggles returned. In this new season, we can put good habits and patterns in our lives to support healing and growth. We can relaunch our lives by looking honestly at things revealed that God wants to heal.

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The Unmanageable Life

SEPTEMBER 13
THE UNMANAGEABLE LIFE
Living right is hard work. In fact, it’s impossible. The more honest among us are open about our struggles with things that always seem to knock us down. The rest of us attempt to play the part of a good person on the outside, but deep down realize we are living a lie on the inside. It’s time to get honest about how powerless we truly are in managing our lives. Let’s explore how to take that first step toward truly becoming the person God created us to be.
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Addiction is a Family-Affair

JULY 26

ADDICTION IS A FAMILY-AFFAIR

Before the pandemic, before the stay home orders, and before national protests speaking out against injustice, families were already dealing with a crisis. Addiction. One in seven Americans has a substance abuse problem. That’s 40 million people. And, it’s a disease that can happen right in your own home. Just ask the founder and senior pastor of Austin’s Shoreline Church, Rob Koke, who witnessed the suffering of his addicted child. Rob and his daughter, Danielle, join us as part of our Voices series to pull back the curtain on the mind-numbing power of addiction and offer hope and real strategies for those longing for freedom.

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