How Grace Can Change Your Life

Written by Jennifer Weatherly, Communications & Administrative Manager. You can learn more about Jennifer and support her work at FHI here! If our hearts condemn us, we know that God is greater than our hearts, and He knows everything. Dear friends, if our hearts do not condemn us, we have confidence before God and receive from Him anything we ask. 1 John

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Forgiveness: the Divine Antidote

Written by Jessie Mejias The most important element of healing is forgiveness. In all the years that I have been receiving and ministering healing, I have never known any lasting healing or deliverance to occur without forgiveness. Imagine that you had been poisoned, and were slowly dying. Now imagine someone else came to you, telling you that they had the antidote

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A Time For Redemption

  Written by Cassandra Matondo, FHI student and volunteer video producer “Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do.” Luke 23:34 Jesus’s prayer as He hung on the cross was a supplication for forgiveness, but it was also a plea for mercy and extended time. Time, so more people could come to hear the Word, confess, repent, and know the

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Celebrate Freedom on Good Friday

  “Very truly I tell you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life, and will not be judged, but has crossed over from death to life.” John 5:24 (NIV) As we approach Easter, we’re reminded that the Resurrection is at the heart of the healing process that is the journey to freedom. John Sandford of

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“It Is What It Is, Man”

Guest post by FHI student Kristen Wind, who lives in Richmond, Virginia but is originally from Perth, Australia. This is about her recent visit home. Article originally posted on her blog. When people ask me how I feel about living away from home, I don’t always know how to answer that question. I love my life in Church Hill in Richmond, Virginia, alongside a

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Learning to Wait on the Lord

Written by Jessie Mejias, FHI Founder and Director  For many years, my sister worked for a major airline. As a result, I have been able to fly to different places across the globe, many times in first class, at a greatly reduced cost. There’s just one hitch: I have to “stand by”—that is, wait for the availability of seats. I have

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