Attending a class using the book Shame, the Thief of Intimacy, Judy Parks’ life was forever changed. Judy said, “I truly can say being led through each chapter and seeing the truth behind the lies set me on a path of no return to freedom from guilt and shame.
As we pray for the police and sheriff departments, could we send a note telling them we are for them and praying? Perhaps go and pray at the station! Be creative! Show love and kindness!
A few years ago, Jean Priest had the desire to bless the local law enforcement officers in Duluth, MN. She began a program called Adopt-A-Cop, and since that initial gathering, it has grown in favor with not only the Police Departments, but the Fire Department, too.
The Palestine, TX Community Lighthouse is on the go again with an outreach to local law enforcement agencies in the community blessing them with baked treats.
“God is alive and well in Reedsport. After a few months of isolation Reedsport Aglow came out of hiding,” writes Leann Stuller, President of the Reedsport Lighthouse.
When Gay Jacobson went through treatment for cancer last year she put some Lord You Said cards on her refrigerator as a daily reminder. She is excited about the new Lord You Said Healing cards which have just come out.
Rachel Bondshu shares a memory from her time of ministering the truth and power of Jesus to the women in the Valley State Prison in California.