This is a place for healing, education, restoration and preparation
God has glorious plans for your love life, (See Jeremiah
29:11). It is our earnest prayers, vision and mission to see
to it that His plans for your love life come to pass!
Our primary focus is twofold: (1) protect you from falling
into the harmful and sometimes deadly - love, sex, relationships
and marital pitfalls and booby traps, and (2) properly prepare
you for the love of your life.
Partake of our ever-growing list of life-changing articles
and powerful resource tools. When the time comes for love,
you will be ready!
In this masterfully written book, Gillis explores how relationships that couples initially view as nearly perfect can go bad, and, tragically how some liaisons even become deadly.
The compelling stories recounted of failed relationships run the gamut from unsuspecting fiancées being left at the altar to men trapped by paternity fraud predators.
While a great deal of relationship information that is readily available to the public addresses what can be done to cope after a breakup or divorce, the real answer lies in preventing a failed relationship.
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Sexual Sins 101
If you are struggling with homosexuality or lesbianism, we
prayerfully urge you to visit these ministry websites:
Through the years I have ministered to countless women who
are suffering from (PAS) Post Abortion Syndrome. I have encountered
women who have had up to nine abortions. Whether they had
one abortion or nine, they all had three common denominators:
(1) they did not clearly understand the consequences or risks
of having an abortion, (2) they eventually regretted their
decision, and (3) they desperately wanted go back in time
and erase what they did, but could not. Abortion 101 is designed
to help you understand the true facts concerning abortion.
Sadly, minority women constitute only about 26% of the female
population (age 15-44) in the United States, but they underwent
approximately 36% of the abortions. According to the Alan
Guttmacher Institute, black women are more than 3 times as
likely as white women to have an abortion. Whether you are
black, white, red, yellow or brown, we are here for you! I
encourage you, if you are contemplating having an abortion
to take the assessment test and thoroughly examine our other
resources on the subject. If you have already had an abortion,
visit the below link and start the healing process now!
If a person does not understand domestic violence and cannot
discern this evil spirit, they should not be dating or courting.
The reason is simple
domestic violence is prevalent
in our society. There are men and women who firmly believe
in using abuse and physical force to express themselves. How
bad is this problem?
In August of 1997, Bonnie Campbell, director of the Justice
Department's Violence Against Women Office, has said that
the numbers provide "sobering proof" that domestic
violence is underreported. In fact, according to projections
from the 1997 study, 204,129 women and 38,790 men annually
seek emergency-room treatment from injuries related to domestic
violence. These are disturbing numbers. Your training starts
with learning: The 8 Laws of Domestic Violence. Next, you
need to thoroughly understand what domestic violence is. Often
times men and women are victims of domestic violence, but
don't realize until it is too late. Finally, if you are in
an abusive relationship or marriage, we've got resources to
help you escape!
When it comes to love, sex, relationships and marriage, oftentimes,
men and women make decisions based solely on their feelings,
sexual urges and emotions. Cohabiting has is one of those
areas in which individuals participate in without thinking
through all of the risks and consequences. At Cohabitation
101, our mission is to help you understand all of the aspects
of living together.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 101
Teen Sex 101