Healing Anger, Embracing Love with Nanci Lamborn

Listen in as we explore the journey from hate to love with our guest, author, and ordained inner healing Minister Nanci Lamborn. In our conversation, Nanci shares candidly about her childhood pain and the journey towards reconciling with her past, particularly in her relationship with her mother. Through her ministry and personal experiences, she offers profound insights into the process of trading ashes for beauty, fear for strength, and bondage for freedom. She is also the author of Angry Daughter: A Journey from Hatred to Love, offering profound insights into overcoming deep-seated anger and resentment.

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Collide Resources

  • The Counseling Bundle is a tremendous online course covering the 12 most common issues women face in counseling featuring tips, tools, and advice from mental health professionals. This course is a great fit for anyone considering whether counseling is for them, or as an option to begin the healing process while waiting to see a counselor.
  • NEW Broken & Beautiful: a 5-Day Devotional is a free resource to help you collide with Jesus and see that there can be beauty in the places we often see as broken. We created this tool so that as you work through Luke 7:36-50, you will keep running into the One who renamed the “sinful” woman, not by her brokenness, but by the beauty He could bring out of it.

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