Make Your Dreams Bigger Than Your Memories
:We all have a past. We've all made mistakes and done things we wish we hadn't done. We all wish we could just push a "delete" button on some of the choices we made yesterday and some of the things...
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:We all have a past. We've all made mistakes and done things we wish we hadn't done. We all wish we could just push a "delete" button on some of the choices we made yesterday and some of the things we've experienced years ago. What's more, our past has a way of shaping who we are today. It's amazing how one single dramatic experience of rejection in childhood can last through adulthood and forever alter our self-image or how one bad decision in college can overshadow the dreams of the future, even God-given dreams. Terri Savelle Foy knows that past hurts (whether brought on by someone else or our choice to sin) can undermine us. Raised a church kid, she knew all about sin but made the mistakes anyway. She learned firsthand that it's not until we truly get a revelation of who we are in Christ, and apply it to our lives, that our past can be erased and our dreams become real again. Terri shows how we can let go of our past, change our self-image and confidently move into a future with hope.
<div><span style="font-family: Arial;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>TERRI SAVELLE FOY </strong>is the daughter of well-known evangelist Jerry Savelle. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Communication Studies from Texas Tech University. She was ordained into ministry in January 2000 holding her ministry credentials with Heritage of Faith Christian Center. She currently serves as the Executive Vice President of Jerry Savelle Ministries International. She co-hosts the Jerry Savelle Ministries TV broadcast that reaches a world-wide audience. Terri and her husband, Rodney Foy, have been married since 1991 and are the parents of a beautiful, red-headed daughter, Kassidi Cherie. They reside in the Fort Worth, Texas area.<br /> </span></span></div>