Gratitude

The other night before bed, I read John 21:15-19. Jesus in this passage reinstates Peter after his thrice denial of him during his trial. Three times Jesus asked Peter, “Do you love me?” In verse 17, it says that Peter was hurt because Jesus asked him a third time. As...

Be Still and Know that I am God

Psalm 46:10, Be still and know that I am God.” So much of the healing I’ve experienced has come through cultivating an intimate relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Now before we continue, let me give you one of the definitions I found for...

The Path Towards Healing

The following post is written by a recent participant in our Healing Path 1 class. It had been a long time. Though I am only in my late twenties, I have already gone through many of the modern rites of passage into adulthood. I had moved out and lived on my own during...

Life Without Touch is Painful

Recently, I had lunch with some dear friends in their backyard. We sat and enjoyed one another’s company for over two hours. When it was time for me to leave, they walked me to the door and hugged me. At first, I pulled back to protect myself but then realized...

No Longer Worthy To Be Called Your Son

This blog entry has been contributed by a friend of The Healing Path Ministries. In Luke 15 Jesus tells us about the parable of the Prodigal son, one we know all too well. There is a moment in the story however that recently caught my attention. For myself personally...

Freedom from My Father’s Abuse

Often, we try to imagine how our healing will come. We hope a prophet of God will call our name out in a conference of 5000 people, and we will be wonderfully healed. Or perhaps we will go to a revival meeting and be “slain in the spirit” never to experience our sin...