Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Troubled by Triggers?

Andrea Lee provides helpful suggestions for how to help people who experience emotional difficulties after triggers

Monday, 19 March 2018

Inside the Heart of a CSA Survivor

Pam Gannon provides compassionate insights into what goes on in the mind of a victim of childhood sexual abuse

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Debilitated and Diminished what others are saying:

The biblical principles that Dr. Anne Dryburgh shares in "Debilitated and Diminished" are tried and true. In her book is a clear and concise breakdown of biblical principles, along with great practical applications to help women suffering under emotional abuse. Chapter 4 is also a valuable resource, as it covers the role of the church and how to come alongside and be a friend to the abused wife. Even though "Debilitated and Diminished" is full of deep and profound truth, it's an easy read. As I said... clear and concise! Whether you're in ministry, or a friend of someone suffering under emotional abuse, this book would be a great tool for your tool belt! And, even though this book is geared towards helping the emotionally abused wife; many of the principles could apply to emotional abuse occuring in different dynamics. We have requested that anyone in a leadership role, within our church read this book. It is so important to be united in our approach to helping these women and their families! I highly recommend this book!

Monday, 12 March 2018

Counseling a Liar 1: The Heart of a Lie

New Blog Series from Faith Church Lafayette. Counseling a Liar, pt 1: "If you leave a garden unattended, it will grow weeds. If you leave it for years and years, it will be impossible for you to tell that it was ever a garden at all. The person that chooses to lie has chosen not to cultivate..." Read further

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Monday, 5 March 2018

Helping those Struggling with Addictions - Dr. Mark Shaw

In this interview, Dr. Mark Shaw speaks about opportunities for help for those struggling with addictions and about becoming more equipped to support them

Wednesday, 28 February 2018


All of us will experience some level of loneliness at some point in our lives. The people who are most likely to experience the biting pain of loneliness include those who are facing bereavement, marital problems and/or divorce, chronic illness, unfamiliar surroundings or culture, or children who are growing up in a difficult home. Continue reading

Troubled by Triggers?

Andrea Lee provides helpful  suggestions for how to help people who experience emotional difficulties after triggers