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RW Blog November 2019 – Brett Martin

What voices am I listening to?  Have you ever asked yourself that question?  I think of myself as being a positive person.  I want to believe the best about myself and others. When I look at challenging or difficult situations in a person’s life, for the most part, faith fills my heart and mind of what God can do. This is usually the case when my eyes and heart are centered on God.  (John 15)    I can see with His…

RW Blog October 2019 – Jason Caywood

Marching on the Trees by Jason Caywood One of the repeated refrains from the narrative historical sections of the Hebrew Scripture (Old Testament) is that God must go before the people of Israel for them to have victory. Many Psalms praise this facet of God’s activity in the history of Israel and some lament God’s apparent absence from Israel’s political and military challenges. But the core conviction remains the same: God must be present with his people for them to succeed…

Ever Accountable is Committed to Helping Women

For a long time now, we’ve noticed a lack of help for women who struggle with porn, which is a problem! Women and men experience pornography differently for many reasons, and because of that, they need different kinds of information to find the motivation to quit. Here are a few basic reasons as to why women interpret pornography differently then men: Porn is produced and consumed mostly by men (66% of all consumers), so it is their fantasies primarily depicted. As…

RW Blog September 2019

Who Is Responsible? Ezekiel 3:20 – NIV “Again, when a righteous person turns from their righteousness and does evil, and I put a stumbling-block before them, they will die. Since you did not warn them, they will die for their sin. The righteous things that person did will not be remembered, and I will hold you accountable for their blood.” “Who Is Responsible” by Wynn Cameron Thompson Seems like the more I hear many people talk the more I hear excuses.  I…

RW BLOG AUGUST 2019

What IS real repentance? 2 Kings 22-23:25 22:11 “When the king heard what was written in the book, God’s Revelation, he ripped his robes in dismay.” (Message)  “The impressions which the reading of the law made upon Josiah were that he rent his clothes, as one ashamed of the sin of his people and afraid of the wrath of God; he had long thought his kingdom was in a bad state, by reason of the idolatries and impieties that had…

RW BLOG JULY 2019

Sin, Grace and Sincerity by Jason Caywood Recently I heard a story of a family friend who was a believer and is now in the Lord’s Presence due to the passing of death. At one point in his life he realized that he needed the Lord Jesus to save him. He told a friend, “My heart is black and full of sin.” He knew that he needed the grace the Gospel proclaims and did embrace the Lord Jesus and he…

RW Blog February 2019 a reminder “Fix Your Focus on the Cloud”

“Fix your focus on the Cloud” Numbers 9:18-23 – NKJ 23 “At the command of the LORD they remained encamped, and at the command of the LORD they journeyed; they kept the charge of the LORD, at the command of the LORD by the hand of Moses.” One of the hardest times in our walk with Christ is when we find ourselves in the wilderness. Many of us have heard of these experiences before actually experiencing them. Some of us…

RW Blog November 2018

SNOOZING AWAY OPPORTUNITIES… BLOG by Judi Thompson Wow….I can’t believe it’s already December. Another year has quickly passed. In the stores it seemed as if Thanksgiving was ignored and Christmas took over. There were a few sales on pumpkins and turkeys and of course limited areas on the store isles to display all the things one “must have” to be able to celebrate Thanksgiving. But almost simultaneously the multiple rows of Christmas decorations sadly overshadowed Thanksgiving. Such a reflection on…

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 I was deeply ashamed of, keeping in great secret. Growing up in a home with pretty much no reverence for God and all reverence for…

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 8:10 I’ve been thinking – “why do so many Christians lack strength in their daily walk with the Lord?” We know God is our strength…
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