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Monthly Teaching Letter from June

Each month, friends of the ministry receive a teaching letter from June that includes encouragement and ministry updates, as well as ways that people can partner and pray for Hope For The Heart. Feel free to browse through recent letters from past months listed below.

  • Bonding with Your Child through Boundaries God promises that if you follow His truths for wholeness, you will have a transformed life. Through the power of Christ, the dysfunctional family patterns of your past can be healed in the present, offering you hope for the future. Don’t be a prisoner of your past. Find your way out of the darkness. Through the power of Christ in you, let your past be past and press on to a future filled with hope.
  • Finding Your Way Back to Functional God promises that if you follow His truths for wholeness, you will have a transformed life. Through the power of Christ, the dysfunctional family patterns of your past can be healed in the present, offering you hope for the future. Don’t be a prisoner of your past. Find your way out of the darkness. Through the power of Christ in you, let your past be past and press on to a future filled with hope.
  • Ethics & Integrity: “The Same in the Dark as in the Light” “Do you consider yourself a person of integrity?” Ethics is the study of various systems of right and wrong conduct. It examines good and bad motives, judgments, and consequences. People of moral integrity are not double-minded. They don’t pretend to have virtues that don’t exist. Their minds, wills, and emotions are congruent—not at odds.
  • Caught in the Maze of Verbal & Emotional Abuse Verbal abuse is the systematic, ongoing use of harmful words or harsh tones in an attempt to control others. The use of reviling, insulting, or contemptuous words penetrates deep, hurting the hearts of others. June shares a six-step strategy for how to deal with Verbal & Emotional Abuse.
  • God’s Refining Process In both the Old and New Testaments, we find numerous references to God’s refining His children through fiery trials in much the same way an earthly refiner uses fire to purify gold and silver. In Isaiah 48:10 the Lord says, “I have refined you, though not as silver; I have tested you in the furnace of affliction.”