“After hearing Dr. Pakkala speak, I have learned that in Christ I have power and authority. My trust in God has increased.”
“There is more to maturity than just saying “I believe in Jesus Christ as my Savior.” Jesus is the way to true healing. I really like how LDM’s How to Be a Barnabas is put together. I have a new way of understanding that there is a step-by-step process to really get Christians free. I see that I need to get my life deeper in the Lord and deal with all my past issues first then ask the Lord to follow me through in helping others”
Dr. Pakkala convinced me that I must pray and pray some more as God leads people to position themselves in a small group for Katie’s Secret or one on one for His healing. I have a much better understanding of God and Satan and how he works. The training was excellent!
Two ways that my understanding has changed is that I now believe that innocence can be restored by listening to Dr. Pakkala and my view on the occult is better defined and now I understand footholds and strongholds and breaking down walls or barriers between me and God.
The Katie’s Secret class brought me closer as I learned to forgive and run to Him for comfort and healing. I have a better understanding of God’s deep love for me and a sense of justice and compassion for hurting and abused people, and their abusers.
Thank you, Ms. Pakkala, for all you do to help others.
How can words adequately express how thankful I am for you? Thanks you so much for your prayers. You are an inspiration to me and I am so thankful I can keep borrowing your hope during these difficult times in my life.
We think of you, refer to and quote you so often! Thank you.
I have been working through Taking Every Thought Captive and it is both simple and profound. I think every Christian should study this and really take their time with it. I’m surprised that I had distortions about God that I just assumed were true because they are true of my dad. My relationship with God is so much richer and I don’t live with the fear anymore that I am displeasing God. Thank you.
Your ministry to women who have been trafficked is having a huge impact. The women I know who are using your materials have a tough battle ahead of them and I am praying against the father of lies. We will trust our STRONG SAVIOR to fight the battle for and with us.
Thank you for your ministry that you give at great cost. I continue to love ____ and she blesses me with her friendship and love back. Alaine, you are one of God’s miracles and your ministry always gives me hope.
I feel like you ushered me into the presence of the Lord. May Jesus Christ be praised for the miracle He has performed in your life and mine. We are meeting this week and are using many of the things you shared. Thank you for being real and for allowing God to use you. Your life has had a great impact on me.
Thank you for blessing my life with your anointed teaching.
I have been so blessed. At first I didn’t want to read the book, Laura. Most times I need to guard my mind with what I read or watch. Well I read it and my heart was so broken, yet so encouraged. I cried…thanked God…I asked Him questions…Something definitely is stirring in me. I have been praying that my heart would be broken for the things that break the heart of God. After reading Laura, I feel more prepared to work with the girls who have been rescued from trafficking and prostitution. My heart is already starting to connect with them.
Alaine, I want to thank you for sharing your story with me and your intimacy with Jesus in your book, Laura. I was especially moved by your sharing about the grace God gave you of having a box to put all the unanswered questions and not let them be in the way of your trusting the goodness of Jesus. You have encouraged me on my journey. May the Lord continue to bless you abundantly!
My friend shared the Katie’s Secret CD with me and I’m finding it most meaningful to me in these days. Thank you.
I finished reading the book, Laura, but already want to read it again. She says so much that everyone inside me identifies with. Although our family situations were different, I felt like “Laura” was telling my story…and the way she explained how Jesus was there with her . I am amazed how she survived as she became an adult and the awful anguish she experienced. The book makes me want to face the abuse in my past. I am grieving my childhood on a new level. It is not a bad thing, it is just without the film of denial. I feel like I’ve made a new friend and it is like a resting place for my little ones who struggle to explain the horror. There is a special lack of self-pity and gentle but immensely strong faith and the whole book seems an act of worship to me. So rather than painful it is somehow soothing (although certain parts are very painful to read).