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What's Your Secret? || Resources

Bringing secret sins, thoughts, fears, struggles, and temptations out of the darkness into the light is a vital step toward being who God designed you to be. Please be honest with yourself, God, and others to experience forgiveness and healing. We are meant to live life known and loved. Throughout this series we have talked about a myriad of issues, many of which require an ongoing process, and may need to be addressed by a mental health professional. Below are some resources we hope you will find valuable in your journey toward freedom.

Suicide is a real issue, and not to be taken lightly. There is help available. Please take advantage of the resources below

If you're thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

Resources and help are available locally from Assistance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County.


Sexual Addiction is real and prevelant in our culture and within the church. If you are struggling with sexual secrets/addictions there are resources available to help you break free.

Dr. Doug Weiss is an expert in the field of sexual addiction. He provides resources, groups, and intensive indiviadual and marriage counseling. Find out more at sexaddict.com

Pure Desire Ministries exists to provide hope and freedom from sexual addiction for men, women, and teens. Counseling, events, and small groups are available. To find out more, as well as find a group in Northern Colorado, go to puredesire.org


Professional Counselors can be especially helpful to help you experience emotional health, accurately see yourself, and effectiviely address root causes. We recommend the following counselors for any issue.

Restoration Counseling - Fort Collins

Inner Workings - Greeley & Denver


If you have any questions, would like to talk to a pastor, or need specific input please contact us at info@millcitychurch.org

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