December 9, 2015
Hosted by Reverend Nicholas Barrett
We are all aware of our pasts, but we are not always aware of how our pasts effect and manipulate our present lives. We perceive our past experiences as good or bad, with the bad being stored as a negative resonance that can grow to become our limitations. These past bad experiences become stored in a negative resonance, which lies dormant as a pain bank. This can then be triggered by the words or actions of others, causing things that are seemingly innocent to bring way to a response or reaction in a person that causes the feeling or past pain to be reactivated. This show will highlight how bringing about the ability to forgive using God’s ability to love will help listeners live a life that is liberated from the words or actions of others. It will also show how it’s easier to solve the past with forgiveness than to live an entire life as its hostage. When you release the things of the past, you can then begin to live the free and abundant life that was intended.
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Our real identity is not found in external trappings. Our identity is in God’s riches, His likeness, and His character. Our show encourages you to find your identity in Christ. We build self-esteem and male/female relationships, unify races, and bring humanity together, thus creating a powerful tapestry of strength in unity. We would have our true selves back and live and function in a way God intended.
Reverend Nicholas Barrett
Reverend Nicholas Barrett, renowned performance coach and psychologist, is also an author and public speaker, specializing in all areas of human development. His books include Mind Set to Fitness, and Get out of Mind Jail. The former was inspired from his passion to make people’s lives better through his previous experiences working with countless clients over 17 years in his health and wellness business.
In his spiritual journey, he strives to be the best version of himself with each new day. Using his passion in the study of human psychology, together with his life challenges and wisdom gained, he has written Get out of Mind Jail.
After losing both his parents tragically in close succession, Rev. Nicholas has gone forward with even greater strength and faith, dedicating his life to helping others on their walk. His mission is to empower, elucidate, and inspire the human spirit one person at a time through his unique gifting and talents, to deliver a message that would be life changing. Rev. Nicholas delivers his content both publicly and privately.