Where is your fear coming from?

There are two kinds of fear

Healthy and unhealthy fear.

Unhealthy fear has three sources.

In this week’s video, I’m being interviewed on a national Canadian Christian public affairs program which aired this month.

You’ll learn how to identify and block the three sources of unhealthy fear.

Go ahead, click on the video. There’s nothing to be afraid of.

5 comments on “Where is your fear coming from?

  1. L on

    I don’t have a story of conquering fear at the moment. My fear though is staying in a rut. I have been trying to get out of my current occupation and go back to school. I been trying to kick down doors but nothing opens. Please pray!

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  2. justin on

    i believe god had helped me conquer my cronic fear of dealing with my denial of being mentally ill,while experiencing uncontrolable negative voices in my head,i decided to trust god with the problem and i finally had the courage to go to hospital from there the doctors diagnosed me with phsycosis and severe anxiety disorder i got prescribed meds which i take responsibly every day and am relieved im no longer in denial about my problem my fear of being placed in a mental institution and being a burden on those around me.thank you dr mullen for the much needed direction your ministry has provided i read your books,emotianally free and studied the video blog its really helped me understand my problems.i was converted to christianity several years ago the leader at my church didnt like what i looked like and criticed me in front of others he said” dont die around here!!” and regularily said the usual cliches”cheer up it might not happen”! once at prayer time i was unknowingly looking deppresed and he kicked me in front of everyone and said “thats where his faiths at!!!” i didnt retaliate i took it on the chin and thought i had committed the unpardonable sin and had lost my salvation.thanks to your much needed ministry,ive been given the tools and skills to overcome rejection and the hurdles of past hurts along lifes sometimes difficult journey.god bless you dr mullen

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