Posted On May 29, 2018

In our fallen world, there are far too many stories of sexual abuse that have left victims with shame and regret that seem unbearable and unending. But there is hope in the power of the Gospel to be whole once again. Christ bore our shame on the cross so that we can know the hope and healing that can only come through Him. Ellen Dykas joins us today to share that, even when heinously sinned against, Christ offers freedom from the bondage of shame.

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