According to MW online dictionary, "shame" is "a painful emotion caused by consciousness of guilt, shortcoming, or impropriety; a condition of humiliating disgrace or disrepute; something that brings censure or reproach; something to be regretted."
Whoosh! For many of us, "shame" is an old familiar friend, but by God's good graces and mercy, God Himself invaded our heart and mind with His love--and by His strength, we bid "adiós" to Señor Shame.
I'd like you to meet Adam. He struggled with shame for years and his captivating story will ....
...grip your heart. His story will give you a peek into God's healing power. His story will point you to Christ as the Answer for destroying shame in your life.
On Choose 2 Think Podcast episode 055 "Removing the Mask: How to Overcome Shame, Anxiety & Depression," Adam unpacks his journey to find true, lasting, and real love and freedom.
Within minutes, you'll hear how Adam's heart aims to serve others and to proclaim God's love for you and for me.
Our chat included topics like:
I'll tell you a bit more about Adam on Thursday when his episode airs, but until then, check out his #1 best selling New Release on Amazon in the category of Adult Christian Ministry: Love is Real.
Perhaps now is the time for you to face your shame once and for all. If you don't know where to begin, Adam's book is the perfect starting block!
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