Yesterday is Heavy, Put it Down, Be Free
- A general familiarity with Christianity is helpful, but not required.
Life is tough. It hurts at times. Being at peace with the past and enjoying meaning and purpose today is key to a happy life. It's possible. Even though you may feel that a happy life is impossible, many people have overcome unbelievable obstacles and enjoyed a life that defied their past. This course helps you embrace life no matter what life has dealt you.
Who this course is for:
- People that desire to live a full life today but feel that the past is holding them back.
- 05:05Let it Go
- 05:20Three Things to Let Go
- 05:48It's the Interpretation
- 05:54Three Self-Defeating Excuses
- 05:43Is Something Hiding Within?
- 04:31Scars are Proof You Survived
- 04:09God Saw the End from the Beginning
- 03:05Loving Like God Loves
- 05:39A Healing Ceremony
I have over 20 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections as serving as a Certified Religious Assistant working up close and personal with inmates face to face, one-on-one, in groups both small and large. The prison setting provides some of the most challenging situations for applying various teachings, and yet the teachings prove valuable again and again.
Overall, I have 35 years of helping people make choices that lead to a happier life, and sometimes even grasp the deeper meaning of life. I have made a living and raised a family doing what I love: teaching, ministering, and counseling. The key to this success is a host of simple ideas that almost anyone can understand and quickly use to build a better life, if they choose.
I am delighted to bring a lifetime and a career of experience to the Udemy platform and to you.
A little personal information. I married my junior high school sweetheart and enjoy an awesome marriage to this day (40-plus years). We have raised two children and now enjoy grandchildren when our busy schedules allow. Life has had its ups and downs, victories and loses, but life is good. I live in the southern United States and love the culture of the south, the people, the fried food, the outdoors, and our own unique styling of the English language.