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At His Dearly Loved Daughter, we're finding our identity in our Jehovah Rapha. He is the God who heals. Whether you're working through affair recovery, or some other trauma or brokenness, we've got something for you! So grab your Bible, a box of tissues, and a cup of coffee, and let's lean into God as we heal together!

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Joshua at the Walls of Jericho

I hope you read part one of this series about the life of Joshua, because it helps us understand how we've come to this point in which we find Joshua at the walls of Jericho, stepping out as the brand new leader of the people of Israel. Though we did ...
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The Life of Joshua: Strong, Courageous Victorious Part One - Joshua as a Servant Leader

The Life of Joshua: Strong, Courageous, Victorious (Part 1)

I have always loved reading about the life of Joshua in the Bible. He has been one of my favorite Bible characters for as long as I can remember. The theme of his life was, "Be strong and courageous, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go." ...
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Addiction, Lies, and Relationships

It's time to address a very important reality about addiction, lies, and relationships. When we're active in our addiction, or even at the beginning stages of recovery, it can be difficult to understand why confession is SO important. The enemy tells us we're protecting the people we love by not ...
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How to Let Go of Control in a Relationship

There is a fundamental truth about addiction, or any willful sin for that matter, and it is that the problem is never the fault of anyone but the addict (or the sinner). If someone we love is battling addiction, it absolutely is NOT our fault. However, there are things we ...
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Psalm 37: How to Trust God in Difficult Times

After facing an intimate betrayal, or any other trial for that matter, we all have to figure out how to trust God in difficult times. We're tempted to believe that when life is hard it's somehow an indication that God has abandoned us, or that He is untrustworthy. But it ...
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Does God Love Me No Matter What?

I know it seems like a ridiculous question to many of you: "Does God love me no matter what?" For a lot of you the ability to accept God's love for what it is doesn't present any problems. You think, "Of course He loves you, He died for you!" But ...
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Communicating God’s Way: Taming the Tongue

Is there anything more central to communicating God’s way than taming the tongue? I mean, if we could all somehow learn just to control what comes out of our mouths, being sure that every word was pleasing to God, and nothing more, I feel certain we’d see dramatic improvement in ...
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I Am Uniquely Gifted and Called by God to Serve

I am Uniquely Gifted and Called by God to Serve His Church

I hope you've been following along with our Identified Series. We're working our way through the book of Ephesians in order to find our identity in Christ.(Click to catch up.) Today we’re learning about our calling and gifting. Our identity in Christ is such a wonderful, mighty identity that it ...
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I Think We Need a Separation in our Marriage. What Does the Bible say?

If I were to do a google search of the words, "separation in marriage bible" what do you think I'd find? Well, I'd find it's something people are searching, and I'm not surprised. When we were going through the very early stages of recovery, separation wasn’t really on our radar, ...
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Communicating God’s Way: The Importance of Forgiveness and Humility

Forgiveness is a big word surrounded by a lot of confusion. Some other time we’ll talk much more about the ins and outs of it, and when we should and should not forgive. (I’m in the research phase of that project.) But today what we want to deal with is ...
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I Am Complete in Christ and Deeply Rooted in God's Love

I Am Complete in Christ and Deeply Rooted in God’s Love.

I hope you've been following along with our Identified Series. We are using the book of Ephesians to help us discover our identity in Christ. (Catch up here) Today we want to let some truths from Scripture sink down like roots that keep us strong in the Lord. When I'm ...
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Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop: Is He Still Lying to Me?

Often, when lies have defined a relationship for many years, we’re left wondering, will I ever stop waiting for the other shoe to drop? Even after years of solid recovery, many of us find ourselves struggling to believe we're not still being lied to. How can we ever know for ...
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Communicating God’s Way – Tell the Truth!

Communicating God’s Way – Tell the Truth! We’ve been studying what the Bible has to say about communication, and this week it’s all about how important it is that we all tell the truth. All the time. We need to be deeply committed, as the saying goes, to tell the truth, the whole truth, ...
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I Am Part of God's Eternal Plan Revealed

I Am Part of God’s Eternal Plan Revealed

We’ve been working our way through the book of Ephesians, learning to identify ourselves according to God’s definitions and not those of the world or the enemy. (Catch up here) Today we’re learning about our part in God's eternal plan, which He has revealed to us through Scripture. Many generations ...
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Healing is Not Linear: Navigating Stages of Betrayal Recovery

People far wiser than myself have named three stages to the process of healing from Betrayal Trauma, and as a survivor, I can definitely find pieces of my own story in each of those stages of betrayal recovery. But I’m here to tell you, the journey to healing is not ...
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