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Why We Exist

Our mission here at Resilient Ministries is to help you build better relationships with God, self, and others through experiencing, embracing, and expressing emotion. 

 

Resilient means having the ability to withstand and recover quickly from difficult conditions. We desire to see you walk in emotional freedom and re-write the messages that hold you back from operating in an emotionally healthy way within the different relationships of your life.

 

It’s hard when we have gone through experiences that send a faulty message about our emotions. Some of these messages sound a lot like “suck it up, don’t cry”, “you’re being too sensitive”, “big girls don’t cry”, “it’s not that big of a deal”, and so many more like these. We know how problematic these underlying messages can be when dealing with everyday life with our loved ones. We are here to help. 

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Who We Are

We are a team of women who know the importance of believing truth over lies. We all stand in faith on the truths from God. We all have had our turns of walking through healing emotionally in different areas.  We have been there for each other at different times for those and continue to be available for each other and you. We believe God has so much freedom for your heart. We boldly believe that as you put the work in to understand, create new, and nurture your relationship with emotion you will experience your own emotional freedom.

What We Do

Our vision is utilizing niche programs to focus on the specific areas where people struggle emotionally or where they just want to improve the dynamics. We want to be hands-on with you! You’ll be able to choose from coaching packages, community building opportunities such as retreats, conferences, mission trips, and service projects. We plan to provide additional resources for you such as online courses and podcasts. 

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"It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery." 
Galatians 5:1