Listen as our Staff Therapist in 2005, Stephanie Hillerman, explained…
“I once read Frank Peretti’s only non-fiction book, The Wounded Spirit, in which he shared his own personal story in order to speak up about breaking the continuous cycle of violence that children are falling prey to. It changed me.
God showed me in Proverbs 18:14, ‘The spirit of a man will sustain him in sickness, but who can bear a broken spirit?’ Our spirit is essential to our existence. Every encounter possesses the potential to either break down or build up a person’s spirit. I believe in the goal of Coyote Hill, to strengthen and build up the spirit of the children God has allowed us to minister to.”
That will always be our goal – to build up and strengthen children who have been broken. THANK YOU for continuing to give us that opportunity!Related Stories View All
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