A series of eight audio CDs, from the popular Provo Lecture series given by Colleen C. Harrison. Each CD is approximately 45 minutes.
Childhood Abuse and How It Damns Us: Experiencing abuse in childhood can block us from our true potential as children of God. But we don’t have to stay stuck in the past. The power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ can help us break free from the lies and pain of our childhood.
Deliverance Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ: None of us get through this life without challenges.Addiction, depression, compulsive-obsessive behaviors, and other life trials can threaten to overcome us. But all is not lost. There is hope. There is a solution. The solution to any and every problem is the same: Jesus Christ. This is Colleen’s personal story of deliverance through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. (Previously titled “And He Did Deliver Me From Bondage,” this is NOT the same as the book.)
Denial: Avoiding the Whole Truth, Avoiding Christ: Denial is a merciful coping mechanism when facing some of life’s difficult problems. But denying the problem also distances us from the spiritual help we so desperately need. For true healing, denial must eventually give way to the spirit of truth in order to apply the power of Christ’s Atonement.
Overeating and Other LDS Addictions: Active members of the LDS Church may not find themselves suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol, but we have our own issues to deal with. There is hope for those of us suffering from the pain of “socially accepted” addictions, such as eating disorders, perfectionism, and workaholism.
The Establishment of Zion: One Heart at a Time: And the Lord called his people Zion, because they were of one heart and one mind, and dwelt in righteousness; and there was no poor among them. (Moses 7:18) Zion is an attitude, a way of life. We can create Zion in our lives by letting Christ into our hearts.
The Sin in Self-Sufficiency: We talk about being self-sufficient, having a 72 hour kit, food storage, earning what we have and not relying upon the charity of others or the government. While we need to resist the character defect of entitlement, there’s is another trap we need to avoid—the trap of relying of self and others more than on the goodness and mercy of God.
Under the Influence: The Deadly Effects of Codependency: Codependency is the original “dis-ease” of all addicts. It’s the practice of putting the esteem of others before the esteem of God. In it’s most advanced forms, it can be deadly. This is one mother’s story of her daughter’s untimely death due to the effects of codependency.
Would God That All His People Were Prophets: And Moses said unto him, Enviest thou for my sake? would God that all the Lord’s people were prophets, and that the Lord would put his spirit upon them! (Numbers 11:29) Extrapolating from this scripture found in the Old Testament, Colleen discusses the concept of personal revelation and how we live far below our privileges. Personal revelation is not only our privilege but also our obligation.