I am often asked why I don’t associate with my birth mother, my brother, and two of my half-brothers. The conversations all start with, “How is your…?” To which I reply, “I’m not really sure, I haven’t seen them or talked to them in years”. Then I am asked “Why?” To keep it simple, I just say that we took different paths in life, which sums it up in a nutshell, but that never seems to be an acceptable answer, because as soon as it’s said, the interrogation begins. At this point, I usually just say that the house I grew up in was abusive so I walked away, so I wouldn’t become a product of that environment. I am then told, in so many words, that it’s sinful and wrong that I’ve cut off ties with my family; that it doesn’t matter that they were or are abusive to me, the proper thing to do is be patient and tolerant of their sins.
Original Airdate: December 23, 2013
It’s the last show of Season 2 and you don’t wanna miss this. Jeannie Wilbourn shares her testimony “Seeking Sanity” where she reveals to us the years of sexual abuse she suffered as a child, her fall into addiction, and her fight to get sober.
This is my testimony. I am 17 years old. I just had to share this because my God has done so much for me and it’s too much to just keep quiet about it. Continue reading God’s Miracles
Celibacy is one of God s greatest gifts to the world . . . and also one of the most misunderstood. . . .
Original Air Date September 30, 2013
Jeremy Armstrong shares another fabulous topic with us. Check out what he says about Christian Complacency in our every day lives. What can you add to this?