Transformed Through Truth TV Program Launches March 1, 2017

Dear Friends,

I am so excited about the launch of our brand new program:

Transformed Through Truth with Sheryl Giesbrecht.

Please join me – Sunday, Tuesday and Thursdays at[on-demand]%20transformed-through-truth.html

To watch on your mobile device, just go to your app store and download the app: Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network.

Why should you make it a point to meet me? Very simple.

I love to share my testimony – I am so thankful for the amazing things God has done.

Sometimes life seems unfair, lonely and frustrating. We need each other.

John 8:32 (NIV) says, “Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” It can be a process to trust God enough to let go of our own emotional, relational and physical brokenness.

It’s only possible to move from bondage, that is, from captivity to freedom when we choose to believe God and take Him at His Word. We must dedicate ourselves to find out what God thinks, God helps us untangle the knots of deception so we can intentionally walk in our identity in Christ. The result will be transformation into the best version of ourselves we can be. And this complete makeover is what gives God glory. Imagine the how the freedom will feel! When we trade our bondage for spiritual breakthrough.

In the first show – The Great Exchange – I will share my testimony of how God broke through the lies of my unbelief through loving believers at a Christian camp. And after two weeks of experiencing how “Love covers a multitude of sins,” I embraced it.

I began to believe God’s love could cover the things that held me captive. It was finally clear: I didn’t need to clean up my act before coming to God; He loved me passionately just the way I was.

“Love covers a multitude of sins.” (1 Peter 4:8 NIV)

I didn’t know how to let go of my feelings of shame, blame and unworthiness. I didn’t know what it meant to literally let the blood of Jesus cover my sin, accept God’s forgiveness and learn how to walk in victory through my identity in Christ. I didn’t understand how to abide in the truth of what God says about me and act accordingly.

There’s a big difference between who you are in yourself and who you are in Christ.  “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ.” (Ephesians 1:3 NIV)

In Christ – You are LOVED, You are SAFE, You are IMPORTANT

When you know who you are, it makes all the difference.

You are free from your past, to live on purpose in the present!

Romans 12:2 says, “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good and pleasing and perfect will.”

I am so excited for you to join me at Transformed Through Truth.

Together, we will learn how to apply God’s word to our lives.

See you soon! Love you – Sheryl[on-demand]%20transformed-through-truth.html

After Advent…What’s Next?

Christmas is complete. Trash cans are full and so is the refrigerator. Some of us feel a let down or even a loss of momentum after so much planning and preparation for celebrating the holidays. Now that you have unwrapped those beautiful gifts under your tree, why not plan get to know God through peeling away the layers of mystery? You can do this day by day, as we study 31 of God’s names and character qualities. Join us in a 31 day journey to get to know God better. Beginning January 1 through 31, 2017, you can join in with me, Sheryl Giesbrecht and many others to get to know God better. This will happen in our Experiencing God Through His Names Private Facebook Study Group.

January 1, 2017 — Join the journey, Experiencing God Through His Names, via the private online Facebook study group.

(Those joining the group do need to have purchased the book.)

Experience God Through His Names

Get to know God better!

What’s in a name? Names are more than groups of letters that represent a person or identify objects. Names are powerful. A person’s character and destiny can be influenced by his or her name. God’s attributes and personality support His unique and distinct names. If we comprehend the meanings of His titles, we can know God more intimately. In Experiencing God Through His Names, Sheryl Giesbrecht walks with you on an exciting journey to discover and absorb the truth about God’s character. In the next 31 days, God wants you to get to know Him. Are you ready?

What: Studying the Names of God for 31 days

Launch date: Sunday January 1, 2017.

Where: Your computer, ipad, phone, devotional, journal, Bible

LIVE Facebook Event: 5 PM PDT




(I know you have many items pulling at your time on New Year’s Day Sunday — our time together will be short…I will talk about the journey, our focus and our FATHER! That’s day 1.)

These are just a few of God’s amazing names…we are going to study 31 of them. And He will be more real to you than ever before.

I love this promise from James 4:8 “Come near to God and He will come near to you.”


So excited for you to join us!

Love and prayers,


January 1, 2017 — Join the journey, Experiencing God Through His Names, via the private online Facebook study group. (Those joining the group do need to have purchased the book.)

January 1, 2017 – Join the journey “Experiencing God Through His Names” private online Facebook study group.  (link here) Experiencing God Through His Names: Online Facebook Group #2

Purchase a copy here.


The Potter and Clay

The Potter and Clay -

If you’ve watched a potter make a clay pot on a potter’s wheel, you remember how fascinating it is. You see the wheel turn around, as the potter’s hands patiently shape the clay. The clay stays soft and pliable as the potters’ hands are dipped into water; the wheel’s motion assists the formation of a masterpiece.

Similarly, God’s hands form us into a vessel fit for serving Him as life’s motion assists in our development. To stay moldable to the Potter’s touch, it helps to remind ourselves of His love. We must remember – although we might not trust His hand, we can always trust God’s heart.

Sometimes God reminds us we are not in charge through circumstances spinning out of control. Is. 29:16 says; “You turn things upside down, as if the potter were thought to be like the clay! Shall what is formed say to him who formed it, ‘He did not make me?’ Can the pot say of the potter, ‘He knows nothing?’”

My emotions were raw and some days ran the gamut from giddy highs to desperate lows, in the days, weeks, and months following the tragic day my first husband, Pastor Paul, was killed in a motorcycle accident. Yet my circumstances were impounded and surrounded with God’s love, the prayers and presence of His people encompassed me in a powerful way. I didn’t want God’s hand to shape my understanding of grief and loss in this way. One day, I finally submitted to His plan, I said, “Ok, I will let you redirect my life and allow you to heal my broken heart and wounded soul however you wish. Make me more like Jesus.”

I am thankful to say God has given me a sensitive heart that cares for the grieving, the widow and the orphan because I sought healing through Him. This happened when I submitted to the Potter’s authority and looked at my life through His eyes, because He allowed me to heal, I can relate to each of these situations.

If we remain pliable in the hand of the Potter, desiring to be conformed into the image of His son, this is allows Him to shape us and make us into a new creation. Our responsibility is to have a regular prayer time and Bible study. When you sit alone with God, you begin to observe His ways are not your ways. Giving leadership to God is not easy, but it is best. When we choose to obey God, to do things His way and not ours, we are under His authority and find true liberty.

True freedom, healing and transformation is entirely possible when we submit to His control. Is. 30:15 says, “In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have none of it.”

Let’s pray, “Father, it’s a privilege to be molded into a vessel that is fit for your use. I thank you for shaping me and making me into a vessel worthy of being filled with the holy contents of the Holy Spirit. Keep me pliable and receptive to whatever you have planned for my future. In Jesus’ Name, Amen

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