Learning to Live Loved

I’m finishing up my two weeks on the east coast this weekend Raleigh, NC with an amazing group of people who have been through a lot of pain, but are still finding their way into what it means to escape the clutches of religion and embrace a life in the Father’s love.  So excited to be here with them and share together what Father’s been teaching all of us.

If you’re in the area and want to join us on Saturday night, we’re still have openings.  You can get the info here. Then, I finish up Sunday morning with some people who are engaged in a ministry that uses horses to help troubled kids. Later that afternoon I catch the big bird home.

Twice in the last week, I’ve had people mention how much an interview I did in 2015 really touched them.  Here’s what one wrote me a few days ago:

These two 40-minite pieces are packed with more relevant and badly needed Truth than almost anything you’ve written. Those two piece makes it clear: the bottom line reality is that simple: learning to live loved ! That simple sentence says it all. The American church has lost that Truth.  (Emphasis theirs)
So for those who may have missed them, or didn’t even realize they were there, you can watch below.  I’m grateful to Dan Madison and Jeff Herr who put this together. The interview is in two parts.  Enjoy!

Learning to Live Loved: Part One

Learning to Live Loved: Part Two

3 thoughts on “Learning to Live Loved”

  1. I am not one to sit still long enough to listen to audiotapes. Rather read. Your book HE LOVES ME had say a great impact in my journey. But, I listened to the two interviews and loved them. I so appreciate your honesty and openness. Thanks Wayne for all you do.

  2. I have never responded to a video post before, but Wayne telling his story so parallels my family’s past journey that I am hopeful that our continuing walk with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit will be as fulfilling as his seems to be. I appreciate the grace that Wayne gives to those who ‘have left’ or those who ‘have remained’. It gives me pause to consider what areas of growth in Christ I can work on with him. Thank you for posting this.

  3. Thanks to both of you. I am amazed at the journey God has led me on, far different from anything I would have asked or imagined. I’m so grateful that even through the dishonesty and betrayal of others, he has continued to shape my heart to live in the security of his affection and follow him to unknown and often uncomfortable places. May God lead you too and may you know all the treasure that is yours in his grace…

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