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Can't Hurt Me
Shaping Our Stories149
Through the power of the Holy Spirit we need to learn how to evaluate what our family dynamics really are. We will then be able to change what needs to be changed to go from dysfunctional to nurturing to prosperous. As we uncover what is hidden beneath the surface of our family relationships, we can reshape our life story and fulfill our responsibility of leaving a good inheritance to our children and grandchildren.
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The battle the believer may face as he or she develops their own life story is to dethrone some of their dark generational and even cultural governing stories.
There are parts of yourself you'll never see without God's help! These internal issues must be given over to God's hand for grace-filled healing. He desires to liberate you from the bondage caused by these "blind spots" that may be buried deep within.
Apostle Kimberly Nixon currently resides in Spring Lake, North Carolina, with Michael, her husband of thirty-seven years. She has a wonderful son, two beautiful daughters, and three blessed grandchildren. Apostle Nixon currently pastors Williams Chapel Church in Spring Lake, North Carolina. Apostle Nixon may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting Williams Chapel's webpage at www.wclive.org.
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