In this week's blog, read as Josiah Travis, a graduate of the HCM International Intern Program shares ow we can experience the delight of the Father!
In this week's blog post, Kim Moraghan shares some time she spent in sacred space with Jesus.
Licensed Professional Counselor Karen Weeks shares her journey of healing.
In this news update, Doug Robinette, newly appointed Interim Executive Director, shares his background and his vision for the coming season in HCM International.
In this week's blog post, Jerry directs us towards the gentle voice of our God.
This article gives an update for HCM International's Spiritual Formation - Spiritual Direction Certificate Program.
In this week's blog post, we are reminded that Jesus has prepared a party and we are invited!
This is a story that demonstrates the love of Jesus as he cares for every part of our soul.
Darlene Kong shares a recent experience where God answered her prayer to show up in the everyday moments of her life.
Jonathan and Gemma share about the Inner Healing Retreat happening in Spain August 20-27, 2018.
Kim Moraghan shares about an experience she had where she realized even more deeply that she is "in process" and that she can completely rest in what Jesus has already done for her.
Elaine Russell, Healing Care Caregiver, shares how Jesus revealed himself as the light even in the shadows of life.
Newsletter from Jonathan and Gemma Donker, missionaries in Spain who are using the Formational Prayer model to bring healing and freedom to the people living in Spain.
Lori Yoder, HCM International intern, shares how Jesus has been teaching her to be present on her journey of transformation.
I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you all in the HCM International community. My name is Darlene Kong and in March I came on staff with HCM International as the Social Media Coordinator.
For more information about Formational Prayer seminars and other training opportunities and resources from Healing Care, visit their website at www.healingcare.org.
“I’m telling Dad!” I heard as I walked into the room. It seemed two of my children were less than pleased with each other.
It was the summer of 2008 and my wife and I were in the emergency room with our oldest daughter. She was nine months old. We were there because she had been experiencing a lot of pain and hadnâ€™t had a wet diaper in way too long. We had monitored it with the doctor for a time, but, finally, they told us we needed to get her to the ER.
We are stuck with love. It isn't going away. The One who designed you wrote it into your DNA. You can try to ignore it, deny it, or close yourself off to it, but at your core, there is a cry for love. You need love.
From that day forward, I did whatever I had to do to avoid any semblance of shame. I lied, hid, blustered, diverted attention. Whatever it took. It rarely worked. My efforts only made me feel more ashamed. I had never been an extrovert, but now I retreated deeper into my shell.
Congratulations to Rev. Dr. Neal Siler on being named an outstanding religious educator in Richmond!
Cathy was 41 when she died of cancer, leaving behind her husband and three boys - aged 17, 7 and 5. She was originally diagnosed almost three years ago...
Check out the devotional by Dr. Robert Woodcock, entitled "The Gift of Spiritual Guidance."
God gives his children directions, but not a GPS. A compass sometimes, but rarely a map. But more important than any of these navigation tools, God gives us a blessing for the journey, and a promise of the Spiritâ€™s guidance.
A new devotional by Bonnie Nietz, entitled "Blessing in a Bathroom Sink" has been posted to our devotionals page!
"Sometimes I sits and thinks and sometimes I just sits," my dad used to say now and then. It is probably a quote from the Pogo comic strip...
We have some exciting news regarding our 7-day "Come Away with Me" retreats!
As the new year begins, check out what Jeff Franks has to say about the finished work of Jesus for us in our newest devotional, "It Is Finished."
Do you have unfinished tasks around the house? My wife could attest to the fact that I am notorious for doing 85% of a job and leaving the last 15% percent unfinished.