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Addicted
In my job, nearly all of the clients with whom I work are struggling, or have struggled in the past, with addiction.  Though I've had my own bouts with it throughout my lifetime, I have often minimized my struggles as being somehow less than an "addiction" ...

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Fervent - A Book Review
Fervent - A Book Review Broken.   Disheveled.   Discouraged.   Barely clinging to hope.   Those are the words that encapsulate where I
found myself as I picked up Priscilla Shirer’s book, Fervent.   I felt broken by
the looming threat of marital dissolution...

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Fervent - A Book Review
Fervent – A Book
Review Broken.   Disheveled.   Discouraged.   Barely clinging to hope.   Those are the words that encapsulate where I
found myself as I picked up Priscilla Shirer’s book, Fervent.   I felt broken by
the looming threat of marital dissolution...

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Just as I am
In the above scene, you hear four of my favorite words, and, I venture to say, four words that we all log to hear.  "Just as you are..."  Not, "after you do this," or "when you change this," but " just as you are ."  In my meager 35 years of living, I've st...

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The Redeemed
In recent months, I've become conscious and deeply appreciative of my life's small victories.  I'm no longer concerned with widespread and total deliverance, though I still seek that as an ultimate goal. While I struggle against the tide of addiction to nic...

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All of Me
In the last few months, I've undergone a whirlwind of transformation.  Back in August, I moved out of my house.  Out of my marriage.  Out of the only life I've known for the last 10 years.  Separated from my husband by mutual lies and deception, brokenness ...

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Perfectly Imperfect
I am free from the bondage of "can" and "cannot"...I have now entered into a realm of "want" and "do not want".. which makes choosing my Father's will far more desirable than it ever was while shackled in the chains of rules and dogmatic thinking.  I unders...

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For as long as I can remember, I've been terrified of making mistakes so to rectify the wrong thought patterns I've had towards them, I recently embarked on a journey of embracing them.  Ordinarily this would be healthy and beneficial, but what I've found m...

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