Debbie Holland reviews the steps that help us truly give up our fears and hurts to God's care, so that we can become clean vessels through which Gods love can flow.
Debbie Holland, manager of the King's High Way program at Khouse, provides some scriptural insights on how to deal with depression and the 'holiday blues'.
Debbie Holland answers the question, 'If Christianity is so great, why are there so many Christian hypocrites who know and even teach The Truth, but don't walk it out in their lives?'
Debbie Holland answers the question; Is adultery a situation where hurt feelings and righteous jealousy are appropriate?
Debbie Holland answers the question 'Can a believer who has turned his back on Christ repent and be forgiven and taken back into the family of Christ?
How do I handle a situation where my spouse expects me to change, blames everybody else, and feels no fault for any difficulties in the relationship?
What do we do when fearful, suffocating thoughts come in and steal our joy? We are in a mind battlewhoever directs our thinking is also going to ultimately direct and control our lives.
'My husband is obsessed with pornography. He is not willing to commit fully to God or me. What is a wife supposed to do?' Debbie Holland tackles this difficult question.
Debbie Holland answers the question, 'What do you do when all the pain and hurt you receive comes from brothers and sisters in Christ?'
This article relates the first part of the life of James, a K-House employee, who struggled his whole life with abandonment and rejection by his earthly fathers and how his Heavenely Father healed those hurts.
After 40 years of having no father, James discovers that his father not only is alive, but did want him and had changed his life around.
Debbie Holland answers the question, 'How do I get the abundant joy and peace God promises during these frightening and uncertain times?'
Debbie Holland answers the question, 'My wife of many years has left me. Am I wrong to want to try and save my marriage at all costs?'
Should we discontinue teaching other Christians if our own private lives are far from perfect?
How do we deal with our emotions and worries when we have a hard time giving them up to God - and might not even WANT to give them up?