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12 | Redemption: The Saving Grace of God to Transform Your Life (Guest: Dr. Darlene Ephriam)

June 03, 2024 Alicia Terry | Christian Author & Speaker
12 | Redemption: The Saving Grace of God to Transform Your Life (Guest: Dr. Darlene Ephriam)
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What's the Word? | Biblical Wisdom for Everyday Living
12 | Redemption: The Saving Grace of God to Transform Your Life (Guest: Dr. Darlene Ephriam)
Jun 03, 2024
Alicia Terry | Christian Author & Speaker

Dr. Darlene Ephriam’s life went from rejection to rehabilitation and ultimately to redemption more than 30 years ago. What could have easily been a life of substance abuse and broken relationships became so much more. By accepting the finished work of Christ, “Dr. E” experienced redemption in her life, her marriage, and in her relationship with her children. Listen, and let her story be an encouragement to you.

Highlights:

  • Isaiah 44:22 – Offenses and sins swept away
  • Struggling to accept the redeeming work of Christ
  • The process of being made whole
  • Getting my joy, laughter, and family back
  • Extending grace to myself regardless of the past

What did you find most compelling about this episode? Is there a word from the Bible you would like us to do a show on in the future? Let us know. Fill out this Google Form to leave your feedback.

Meet Dr. Darlene Ephriam: 

Married 47 years to Minister Ray Ephriam, Dr. E and her husband are ministers at Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Austin, Texas. The two are also founders of Temple Restoration Ministries, a women’s day retreat. Dr. E loves sharing with others how God restored her while in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility more than three decades ago. It was there that a young counselor led her to Christ, and from that point on she promised the Lord that she would do His work.

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Book for womenI Am Who God Says I Am: Getting to the Heart of Your Identity

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New children’s book release!
I Am Who God Says I Am And This is What I Know …

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Show Notes

Dr. Darlene Ephriam’s life went from rejection to rehabilitation and ultimately to redemption more than 30 years ago. What could have easily been a life of substance abuse and broken relationships became so much more. By accepting the finished work of Christ, “Dr. E” experienced redemption in her life, her marriage, and in her relationship with her children. Listen, and let her story be an encouragement to you.

Highlights:

  • Isaiah 44:22 – Offenses and sins swept away
  • Struggling to accept the redeeming work of Christ
  • The process of being made whole
  • Getting my joy, laughter, and family back
  • Extending grace to myself regardless of the past

What did you find most compelling about this episode? Is there a word from the Bible you would like us to do a show on in the future? Let us know. Fill out this Google Form to leave your feedback.

Meet Dr. Darlene Ephriam: 

Married 47 years to Minister Ray Ephriam, Dr. E and her husband are ministers at Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Austin, Texas. The two are also founders of Temple Restoration Ministries, a women’s day retreat. Dr. E loves sharing with others how God restored her while in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility more than three decades ago. It was there that a young counselor led her to Christ, and from that point on she promised the Lord that she would do His work.

Please leave us a review on Apple Podcast & Spotify .

Above the Fray Publishing/Alicia Terry Links:
Website | Instagram |
Book for womenI Am Who God Says I Am: Getting to the Heart of Your Identity

COMING JUNE 24, 2024
New children’s book release!
I Am Who God Says I Am And This is What I Know …

© 2024 Above the Fray Publishing, LLC | Spiritual Growth, Christian Living, Interpersonal Communication, Personal Development