the me you don't see

Series Runs April 6/7-May 4/5

When you look at me, what do you see?

My hairstyle? My outfit?

But beneath the surface lies the real deal—my thoughts, my struggles, all tucked away.

Would you accept me if you glimpsed my true self? I worry you might not.

But for us to heal and grow, we gotta unmask the parts of me you don't see.

Here's what we're talking about:

Online or in-person—we're not too far from wherever you are.


April 6/7

In the suffocating grip of depression, every day feels like an uphill battle. Darkness consumes most of my thoughts and emotions. Will this heaviness ever lift? Despite the isolation, I cling to the belief that Jesus, the light of the world, will pierce through the shadows, bringing relief and comfort.



April 13/14

Doubts can plague my every step, whispering inadequacy and unworthiness. Will I ever measure up? Insecurity grips me, leaving me feeling small and insignificant. Yet, in the uncertainty, I find acceptance and belonging in Jesus, who sees beyond my flaws, and offers unconditional love and purpose.


sexual sin

April 20/21

Sexual sin can shatter self-worth and leave a trail of guilt and shame. It's a burden I once carried alone, believing I was unworthy of love and forgiveness. But through Jesus, I've discovered there's a path to redemption and purity where grace overcomes shame and healing begins.

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April 27/28

Trauma isn't merely a memory—it's a heavy weight, shaping every aspect of my life. But I'm refusing to let it define me. Through reflection and courage, and guided by the love and compassion of Jesus, I can begin to loosen its grip. With each step toward healing, I find strength and hope.

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relational issues

May 4/5

Relationships can leave scars deeper than physical wounds. Betrayal, misunderstanding, or abandonment can color every interaction with doubt. But, I'm learning that healing starts with acknowledging the hurt and finding courage to rebuild trust—with the love and grace of Jesus leading the way. 

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We'd love to see you at church!

Online or in-person—we're not too far from wherever you are.