In this third segment of exploring the Taking Back Ground Series, Phil Hobizal covers what it looks like to "walk out the process".
Author: Chris Goeke
Hear from Jennifer and Kathy about what the Erēmos Internship has been like for them.
TBG has allowed many men and women the opportunity to walk in a newness of life not defined by sexual identity or desire. We affirm that God has created each of us for a purpose, and TBG’s goal is to have each individual become that true authentic person which God intended them to be.
As a newcomer to the Mid-Valley Fellowship Staff, this is my first year getting to help prepare for the Benefit Dinner. It’s been an exciting and busy season as we work together to prepare for an event of such magnitude and importance! With the theme of this year being “journey,” we decided to film testimonies … Continue reading Praying & Anticipating
One our participants wrote this poem as an expression of his process walking away from pornography. He agreed to share it with others to give a window into the battle of those struggling. I like porn.I don’t want to like it though.I am fascinated by porn.But I don’t want to be. Why? I don’t want … Continue reading Porn or Life
The Summer Programs were a place to be transparent and not put on a false self. That is what I love about this ministry. They are real and you can be real too.
The song I'm sharing is one I wrote with a dear friend out of a heart of thankfulness and praise to God for the ways he has shown his undeniable love and erased deep strongholds of shame in my life.