Redemption Story

The story of redemption is a simple one. Believe, repent and surrender and your sins will be washed clean and you will be made new. That’s how it is between God and man. It is between us humans that it gets more complicated. We tend to question if every and anyone can be redeemed, especially if the wrong they have done was particularly egregious to us or our loved ones. Some question the authenticity of their own redemption given their personal ongoing struggle with a particular sin. In this Easter edition of Family and Faith Magazine we explore the foundational issue of redemption through the eyes of people we hope you can relate to.

We also turn the spotlight on other issues such as domestic violence in our main feature with the effervescent and sweet Tricia-Ann Morris. We are also very pleased to share the good works of Christine Haber Ministries International, reminding us that “the kingdom of God is not in word, but in power!” (1 Corinthians 4:20). So turn the pages, enjoy the stories and be reminded that redemption, personal victory and power come from the risen Christ, whom we celebrate in this holy Easter season.

Please note that the magazine content for Easter 2017 is only available in digital form via the link below. We are in the process of upgrading our website and so new web / online stories will be unavailable until end of May. Thank you for your patience.

https://joom.ag/fYZW

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God bless you!

 

 

 

Editorial Director & Founder

Shelly-Ann Harris

@harrisshellyann

A big thank you to our sponsors, advertisers and hardworking team for their support for the Easter Edition and throughout 2017!

  • Richard Brown, Contributor
  • Indi Mclymont Lafayette, Writer/Contributor
  • Christopher Brodber, Writer/Contributor
  • Gabre Cameron, Photographer
  • Monique McLeod, Professional Makeup Artist
  • Tamar Henry, Administrative Executive
  • Anna Aguilar, Designer

 

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