Episode 37 • Healing From Church Heartache

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In this episode, Brenton Miles sits down with Worship Online’s Libby Lewis to discuss her personal journey growing up in the ministry and dealing with heartache brought on by the church.

Sometimes churches split, there is disunity, slander, and things not of God that happen as a result of insecurity, fear, or sinful human nature. That said, there’s no perfect church because the Church is made up of imperfect people.

But in this episode, we talk about some key ways to heal, rest, forgive, and love… no matter the heartache.

God is the ultimate redeemer… which means… HE REDEEMS… He has the power to heal and set us free from any pain caused by relationships, and ultimately, gives us the power to forgive and restore previously broken relationships.

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