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?”

A Public Apology to Fiona Barnett

We would like to publicly apologize to Fiona Barnett for a series of events that took place in 2015. On November 19, 2015, Fiona Barnett FB messaged Loren with the following: "Loren, I'm just going to come right out & tell you this - I have it from a very good source that Dr Preston … Continue reading A Public Apology to Fiona Barnett

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 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

On the “Selling of Prayers”

Today, Carolyn brought to my attention an advertisement that she received in her email from the sham of a ministry, "Bride Ministries," that the both of us used to be associated with. Although the journey was difficult, our Heavenly Father was gracious and merciful enough to open our eyes and free us from that bondage. … Continue reading On the “Selling of Prayers”