St. John’s offers Freedom Session

Sessions begin Thursday at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Vernon

Do you have unresolved painful issues in your life?

Do you wish you could stop carrying them around and having them affect your day to day life?

If you answered yes to these, the situation can seem pretty hopeless. But there is hope.

Consider Freedom Session.

St. John’s Lutheran Church is hosting Freedom Session beginning Thursday, Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m.

“This course has helped hundreds of people across Canada, and many in Vernon over the last eight years,” said Joel Haberstock, with St. John’s.

There are videos at which will give you a feel for what to expect.

Please call the church office at 250-549-2244 or check out the website to register.


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