No more shame

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 8 Comments

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Jenny broke through to freedom!

I met Jenny Bromhead in New Zealand this week. She told me how she had been helped years ago by my CD Starting your journey to recovery.

She’s a living example of a real person who broke the 3 links in the chain of emotional bondage and came out from under the shame and condemnation that depression can bring.

She agreed to share her testimony with us.

Starting your journey to recovery

This was the CD she listened to

This video will give hope to those of you who are struggling.

Just click on the video and start your journey to recovery.

To live a transformed life you need to break the chains that hold you back.

Now I want to hear from you

How have you avoided the shame and condemnation that comes with admitting to a problem? Just leave your comments in the box below.

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Comments 8

  1. Thank-you so much for sharing your story Jenny. It was an encouragement to me…that is for sure. Shame is my biggest hurdle and though I haven’t overcome it yet, I know freedome from it is definitely in my future.

  2. And you know what else? This puts an end to the lie that location is the problem. Even if I lived in New Zealand or Grimsby, Ontario…I would still need all the help and recovery God provides for body, soul and spirit because wherever I go…there I am! May you receive a miracle today, in Jesus’ name!

  3. I am still taking a mood stabilizer and other antianxiety med. Although I have a goal to come off of these meds I know they have also kept me more productive and from regressing. These meds have helped keep my mood and anxiety more stable even though I still need to draw close to God and trust Him with everything with His help.. I know because His love is unconditional and He knows we are only flesh and blood He uses Godly counsel and medications when needed. He wants us to be used by Him and if we are feeling better He in turn gets the ultimate victory.

  4. Well, that was def encouraging! Thank you Jenny and Dr Grant. I had given up on taking different anti depressants because of side effects. But I am going to try again because I really need something to be able to move forward in my life. Thanks again!

  5. I really appreciate the regular video blogs and have to say that Jenny’s story is one of the best! It’s a real encouragement and her story resonates with my own. Many Christians are “wounded warriors” who don’t want to take the very medications that could very well help them carry on. Getting the help that you need is not a sign of weakness, rather it takes tremendous courage to take that step! Thank-you for your ministry Grant!

    Dean 🙂

  6. Thank you so much for sharing. I am 36 and had a stroke last year. I went off my anti-depressents last year and had a really rough time so I went back on them. There are many Christians who don’t approve so there is a level of guilt and shame that go with that but I was so glad to hear your story..
    thank you and God bless…

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