This is a place where you will find hope for your life. Hope for depression, loneliness, anxiety, grief, sadness, hopelessness, sorrow, and several other problems related to your soul. It is a place for hope, for healing, for joy, for encouragement, for a new beginning. it is a place to find light in the darkness, a reason to keep going with the certainty that you are not alone. It is a place for you, for me and to those who are looking for a new life every day. Come and join us.
Healing Hope Channel
Hello dear friends. I just posted on facebook the second part of my life story earlier today. As I said before, these posts are part of a new project ministry that God has placed on my heart. Reading it will help you know me better and to understand the goal of this new ministry. Please read it, and share it. Also, I have created a this blog as part of the new project and I am sure God will use it for his glory. please share this blog as well. People need hope and the goal of this new ministry is to tell them about the Healing Hope available to all.
A Troubled Childhood: Losses, Starvation, Loneliness and Depression “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy…” (John 10:10a) Everybody has a life story. Some people like it and some don’t, and some don’t care about it, but the truth of the matter is that everybody has one. You have your own life story as I have mine. I would love to hear yours, but for now, I wanted to ask your permission to share with you my life story. Also, I want to encourage you to read it from the beginning to the end as if you are going on a journey. I pray that by reading my story, you will be inspired and challenged to change the way you see your own story because things can change, and it can change for good or even for the better. I am Valmir Pereira, proudly “Pastor” Valmir Pereira, and this is my story. I was born into a poor and very problematic Catholic family in one of the most impoverished cities in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Poverty was not the primary cause of our famil
The New Life: A Powerful Transformation Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. (Gal. 5:17) The New Life: Cleaning the Inside As I wrote in the last post, the day when I came to Christ was April 24 th , 1991, a Wednesday night prayer service. I also said that night Jesus set me free from drugs, but I was still struggling with alcohol and cigarettes. Yet, I wrote that after the pastor shared with me that God had spoken to him that one day I would be the pastor of that church - Around June 1991 I got strengthened to fight with my alcohol addiction. On that day I made a commitment to God to stop drinking, and I did stop. No more alcoholic drink. Those words, said by the pastor, about me being a pastor at that church echoed in my mind day and night. It seemed insane, but I liked that; I wanted those words to come true in my life. I began to pray about being a pastor. I made myself available to God. I sta
Light in the Darkness: The Healing Hope “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5) The two voices from the inside In the midst of my darkest time, the fear of death was growing in my heart. I knew the kind of life that I was living was not right, and on the inside of myself, I knew that I had to change my ways. But how to do that? I had tried before, and that didn’t work. I began struggling with the thought of changing my lifestyle and not being able to do that by myself. I started to fight a battle with two voices coming from the inside of myself. The voice in favor of my change was trying to convince me that it was possible for me to change and my dad was the best example that I had. My dad changed. He had left his addiction behind him and was living a life of honor and dignity, so I could too. All that I had to do was to follow his example, but I knew that I was not as strong as my dad was. Also, I was convinced that my life