Let’s face it. No one is immune to shame and brokenness. Many of us have gone through seasons of spiritual isolation due to that shame and brokenness. But what if, instead of barriers, they could be tools for deeper community and connection to God? In today's One Voice episode, Alex Doleac helps us understand how God can use even our shame as a means of spiritual transformation and growth.
You can access The Heart of Man movie that Alex mentions here: https://www.amazon.com/Heart-Man-William-Paul-Young/dp/B082XGSQHN
About Alex: In addition to being a fabulous photographer, Alex serves as the Director of Youth and Family Ministries at Parkway Heights UMC in Hattiesburg, MS. To see some of Alex's creative work, you can visit his website at http://www.alexdoleacphotography.com You can also follow Alex on Instagram @alexdoleac.
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