We’re having a Blogger’s Gathering this week: 7 Bloggers, 7 Post about 7 Aspects of Thankfulness. Please check my friend, Joe Castaneda, and his blog (The Overboard Life) for today’s post. It truly is a great article on being thankful!
“In February 2017, my wife and I took a trip to Israel through our church, organized by Terry Porter. He did a phenomenal job with planning — getting us there and back and, of course, everything in between. Touring and exploring the country was awesome, and for every place we visited, he would reference the Bible, bringing it more to life! Terry is a man excited about teaching and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Throughout the time I have known him, his love and humility have grown deeper and is reflected in his maturity.”
Terry came in and spoke directly to the heart of our church, clarifying biblical and healthy instructions to carry loads weighing us down. His candor, common sense, and demeanor help you realize that just because you are broken, you are not broke, healing can be found and spiritual health can be restored. Terry challenged, encouraged, and provided directional hope to living a God-honoring life once again.
Engaging. Sympathetic. Wise. That is how Terry impacted me and other men who recently listened as he shared his journey through life. Having hiked through valleys of adversity and failure, Terry has a unique ability to connect with the hearts of others. Every man received useful insight into life and how we can practically live out our Christian faith. I highly recommend Terry for groups of any size.
Relationship & Marriage Consulting
The time spent with Terry and his Health from the Inside Out philosophy has been significant and life changing. The videos, tools, and resources; along with Terry's guidance throughout our sessions have been insightful, helpful and valuable. We have grown in our personal, mental and relational health. Terry has given us tools to use in our communication with one another that have made us aware of how our words, actions or lack of actions, have affected each other in the past and how to avoid negative habits long formed. Thank You Terry.