Re-post — “Why I Share: Is it Worth It?”

Originally posted by Loren on: https://lorengrace.com/2019/10/03/why-i-share-is-it-worth-it/ I've a few things on my heart that I want to write about, and even though this post is all over the place (apologies beforehand!), I promise you all the thoughts are connected, so I hope I don't lose your interest. 😄 I often go back and forth when … Continue reading Re-post — “Why I Share: Is it Worth It?”

Christ Crucified: Foolishness… or the Power and Wisdom of God?

Original article by found here: https://lorengrace.com/2019/09/11/christ-crucified-foolishness-or-the-power-of-god/ 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 (BSB) For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For it is written: “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate.” … Continue reading Christ Crucified: Foolishness… or the Power and Wisdom of God?

Ephesians 3 and a Biblical View on Healing from D.I.D.

Recently, we've attempted to make clear to those individuals who claim to be Christian that salvation does not occur by asking the person of Jesus to enter into a spiritual space within themselves that they are calling their "heart." Because of what many of us have been taught from a very early age, and continue … Continue reading Ephesians 3 and a Biblical View on Healing from D.I.D.

Inner Healing and Working with Jesus (Updated)

Notice: the book being discussing throughout this article is "The Shining Man with Hurt Hands," by Ellis Skolfield. If you are a dissociative survivor, I do NOT recommend you read this book, as it is triggering and disturbing. Update: Because I do not believe that I have used as precise of language as I should … Continue reading Inner Healing and Working with Jesus (Updated)

A Message from Loren

(Notice: Carolyn's thoughts about this article can be found in the comment section at the bottom of the page.) Carolyn and I received a couple of emails the other day from an individual. And by "Carolyn and I," I don't mean that the email was actually addressing the both of us, but that the email … Continue reading A Message from Loren

Q&A: The Illuminati and Branham

We've received an email from an individual, and what follows is the abridged email and our response. QUESTION  I have an IMPORTANT QUESTION for Carolyn. I am a brother in Christ with this one question for you as I believe it to be of utmost importance. From your time in the Illuminati, what do you … Continue reading Q&A: The Illuminati and Branham

End the Stigma

via End the Stigma Dear Hollywood, Television, and the People Who Believe their Programming Lies: Stop stigmatizing people who have mental illnesses and mental disorders. I have a trauma disorder. I am not a sociopath or a psychopath. I have a dissociative disorder. I am not a homicidal maniac, nor do I live a double-life, … Continue reading End the Stigma

A Letter to the Victims of Bride Ministries: Trauma Bonding, Education, and Healing

(Originally posted on: https://lorengrace.com/2019/01/18/a-letter-to-the-victims-of-bride-ministries-trauma-bond) To the Victims of Bride Ministries: Over the past couple of years, Carolyn and I have interacted with some of you, and have received emails from others of you, who have described your painful experiences with Duval, his "coaching" staff, his "support group" leaders, and some of his other clients. Some … Continue reading A Letter to the Victims of Bride Ministries: Trauma Bonding, Education, and Healing

Before You Email Us: Deliverance is Not a Destination

A couple days ago, we received an email from a precious individual, and it reminded me that I have been needing to address something. Again. 🙂 Carolyn and I have covered the topic of deliverance in our book, in several of our articles, and in a series of nine videos where we extensively detail deliverance … Continue reading Before You Email Us: Deliverance is Not a Destination

Reblog: An October Life

Sharing from my (Loren's) personal blog (link below to read the entire post): "September is an odd month. It’s both my favorite and my least favorite month. It’s one of the months I most look forward to, but also one of the months I most dread. One day I might get into the odd events … Continue reading Reblog: An October Life