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    Cultivating the family dream

    ‘How could you say that about me?’, ‘How could you do this to us?’, ‘I am not staying here if you don’t see you’re wrong!’, ‘You are unrecognisable right now!”, ‘You clearly never loved me!”, ‘If I see you in the street, I will run you over!’
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    Drugs cost me my friends, family and freedom

    Joseph Dyer, who is now a qualified and certified gas engineer, tells his story because he knows that there are many people who are struggling with an addiction that could easily kill them.
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    Together again: We refused to let anything tear us apart

    In the beginning, when I initially started attending the UCKG, John and I were having relationship problems, so we eventually separated.
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    I fought against my anger to gain peace with my family

    Although Richard had a tough persona, deep down, he had many inner issues and, at times when they became overwhelming, his family would be on the receiving end. Continue reading to find out what happened.
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    Taking back the love

    Mess and chaos – the definition of a relationship where trust and commitment is non-existent. Tapiwa and Yasmin Senah both had decisions to make: either they remained the same or took back what was lacking to make their relationship work.
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    Family: Putting the pieces back together

    Family. The word alone has positive connotations of happiness, unity and togetherness. In the mind’s eye, one sees parents and children having dinner together, spending time together, laughing and enjoying each other’s company. But is this what you see when you think of family? Some people would prefer to forget the harsh reality of their […]

    God, local UCKG branch, parents and children, the family unit,

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    Go to war or turn to God

    Having been born in the church did not protect me from the decisions I made. Thus, I lived a troubled life and lacked direction.

    a troubled life, filled with negativity, I started seeing the fruits,

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    Putting an end to my addiction

    Some people get drawn into an addiction unintentionally or through curiosity. At one point in his life, Duncan Muchira had many habits; some were easier to shake off than others. Read on to find out how he achieved his freedom.

    At one point in his life, I am no longer addicted, I wanted to stop,

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    I found true hapiness thanks to the campaign

    Rafaela Bernini had been a member of the UCKG HelpCentre for three years and had seen positive changes in her life – from breaking free from depression and restoring the relationship with her family, to overcoming the abuse she had suffered as a child.

    Depression (mood),

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    I decided to fight for my marriage

    Roberto Santellán found difficulties in all aspects of his life. From a very young age, he suffered with rashes all over his body and was put on a water diet in an attempt to resolve the problem, but the rashes kept coming back. During the nights, things were not better. He had frequent nightmares and experienced sleep levitation.

    God, Jesus, Prayer,

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