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Heart Of The Father

In the series "Heart Of The Father" we will discover deeper truths about who God is, how to put our full trust in Him, and how to heal from past wounds that hold us back.

The Fathers Heart is to see ours healed. 


We all experience heartbreak at some point or another. As we reflect on past hurts, we realize we've left some cracks along the way — areas of our hearts that unattended, have been left broken.

The good news — God has come to make broken things whole. Only in Him can we discover the healing and wholeness we crave. In this message, "Heart Health", Pastor Cameron shares four types of heartbreak we all experience and four keys to healing on the road to forgiveness.


Watch Sermon 3 and think about the following questions. (Journaling your answers is encouraged)

Question One:

What pain do you need to acknowledge and how can you surrender it to God?

Question Two:

Which type of wounded heart do you identify with? Why?


As we heal from the past and establish healthy patterns for the future, it's good to take an emotional evaluation of how we currently feel. While we don't live by our emotions, they are a helpful guide to evaluating our current mental, physical, and spiritual state.
How do you currently feel?

Anxious, insecure, uncertain, sad... Take a moment to evaluate your current emotional state.

What are you afraid of?

What we're scared of often holds power over our ability to live emotionally healthy and free. Identifying what scares you is a good first step to shifting mental patterns and strongholds.

What can you let go of?

Sometimes our emotions rule over us without constraint. It's okay to feel out of control when it comes to your emotions, but you don't have to navigate the waters alone.

Whats on your mind?

Rehearsing or chewing on something from the past? Often times we find ourselves unable to move forward because of an emotional hangup in the past.

What are you carrying?

We all carry emotional baggage. Our response can be a result of baggage we're still carrying. Past trauma, broken relationships, rejection, and other emotional weights have a real effect on our present moment.

Keep Going:

Beyond your own discovery, we've compiled some key resources to help you on the journey. Contentment is found when realizing we're always a work in progress.
If you wish to purchase a book to continue your journey but are in need of financial assistance, Faith Center may be able to help. Let us know how we can help by using the "Share" form below. 

Share Your Story

Has the heart of God The Father brought healing to your own heart? Perhaps you started with a false perspective of The Good Father? Relational wounds from past experiences?  Generational patterns that are less than what God has for you? Whatever your story or experience, our faith is built as we reflect on God's faithfulness in our lives. 
Share your story of redemption below. 
If we believe your story could help encourage and strengthen the faith of others, we will contact you to receive your permission before sharing.

While we commit to your privacy, we have a higher commitment to protect those that are most vulnerable. If we have reason to believe that a minor, an adult 65+ years, or an individual with developmental disabilities is suffering or has suffered abuse in the past, it is our obligation to report information in order to ensure the safety and wellbeing of others. 

Thank you for sharing!


Healing from your past is easier in community and with the power of prayer. Don't walk this journey alone. Pray with a partner, pastor, or a friend. If you are interested, you can share a prayer request with the Faith Center lead team in the form below and we commit to be partnering with you in prayer.
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Our team will be partnering with you in prayer!

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