Anger Videos

Anger videos present real people who share stories of personal struggles.  Each video comes with a companion application/discussion guide which includes a summary of the video key points, suggestions for use, discussion starters, and relevant scripture.   Please check back as we regularly add new content.

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Mad At God

If we’re honest, at times most of us have felt angry with God. Survivor Margaret generously shares the pain of feeling estranged from God. Therapist Jenita reminds us of the lament of the psalms.

Where was God Discussion

Where Was God

After Barb lost her beautiful son, for a time she was blinded by her anger and grief. Sadly, she was met by some people who were not equipped to support her. Abuse survivor Jessica describes the journey of healing that leads to the acceptance that our identity is defined by God.

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Fear of Judgement

Jason talks about the fear of being judged for his addiction and the reality of how he was judged by people in his church. Counselor Julie provides direction on being present to hear and accept those who come to us for support.

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From our Executive Director, Steve Johnson

The survivors, whose stories we tell are the heroes of LifeSupport. A comment we often get from the survivors is, “if my story can help someone, then there is redemption for me.”

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are built on the stories of real people who share their experience, hope and healing.  We’re grateful for their trust and generosity in serving others who seek change.

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