2018-2019 RW Support Group Registration – Minneapolis still open!

This group has REOPENED – Will start near the end of October…PLEASE CALL for exact details! MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA – FOR MEN and WOMEN:  RW Support Group – 16 Weeks Dates:  Contact for complete information – Phone: (612) 460-5716 or Email: rw at sojourncampuschurch.net Time:   To be announced Cost:    $60.00 – Manual included  – some partial scholarships available TUCSON, AZ  – FOR…

RW JULY 2018 BLOG

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Restoring Wholeness ministries back in 2010 that I came to understand much of my life I had been living in fear, fear of rejection, fear of failure, and fear of abandonment just to name a few. My only coping mechanisms for dealing with these cruel feelings were ones…

RW JUNE 2018 BLOG

WHY DO WE LACK STRENGTH FROM TIME TO TIME? “Then he said to them, “Go your way. Eat the fat and drink sweet wine and send portions to anyone who has nothing ready, for this day is holy to our Lord. And do not be grieved, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.” Nehemiah…

RW MAY 2018 BLOG

Message from the heart I recently walked through a courtyard that was beautiful and pristine. I didn’t linger but had taken notice how everything seems so clean and in order.  Later in the day I went back through the same area after the winds picked up. I was taken back with the condition and visual impact…

The Brokenness and Healing Legitimate Needs by W.C.Thompson

One of the important realizations I’ve had in my healing journey is that I have legitimate needs which, for some reason, were not met in my formative years. This coupled with the experiences of abuse and plain-old broken ways of thinking and being has given rise to my neediness, confusion and stinking thinking. I came…

RWM Blog April 2017 – “Fake News”

Fake news – by Judith A. Thompson (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Fake news websites (also referred to as hoax news[1][2]) deliberately publish hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation purporting to be real news—often using social media to drive web traffic and amplify their effect.[3][4][5] Unlike news satire, fake news websites seek to mislead rather than entertain readers, often for financial or political gain.[6][4] Such sites have promoted political falsehoods in…