From The Desk Of Darlene J. Harris – Sharing Passages From “And He Restoreth My Soul”

A New Song, A New Dance

All of us at one time or another lives with shame, guilt, anger, and bitterness. These are hidden themes of abuse. Like the melody of a song that lasts long after the music stops and memories that last long after the dance is over. So do the themes of abuse. It is for the sake of God’s people that the church refuses to keep silent. By refusing to keep silent, the church becomes an agent through which God fosters wholeness in the family and in the community. Through restoration God creates the words to A New Song and choreographs the steps to A New Dance.

Servant Darlene J. Harris

Author: queendjh

Introducing Darlene Janice Harris "I do not want Christ's death to be found vain in me. Therefore, each step I take must count and be purposefully forged for someone's growth toward God's desire and His glory." Experience: Ministry Development, Public Speaking, Workshop Creation.