Welcome to episode two of This Little Light Of Mine.  

My name is James Powell and I’m thrilled to have you join me on this personal journey of healing, discovery and possibility.  

(3:02) LISTENER ADVISORY: this episode may contain triggers for some. Topics in this episode include: sexual abuse, trauma, suicide, exorcism, addiction & conversion therapy 

For full show notes visit www.ThisLittleLightOfMine.CA  

Here's a rundown of S01E02:

I’ve been struggling to use my voice for decades. This has been an ongoing internal battle that, only recently, have I been able to face my fears and trust that I’m being led forward.

In the second part of my story I start to talk about deeply personal events from last year that nearly broke me and had me call out for surrender.

Thank you so much for listening to part of my personal story today.  If you’re willing I want to hear part of yours.

  • Has God/Your Inner Knowing/Or A Higher Power ever whispered a message to you, urged you to create something or help someone?  
  • What fears get in the way of you doing what you know you were created to do?
  • If you could change your life by changing one belief you have about yourself (or that others have about you) what would that belief be?

I love hearing from you and would love to journey this path forward together.  

Reach out on IG @MyLightShinesBright or visit me at thislittlelightofmine.ca and check out our get involved section where you can find space to actually add your voice and share part of your story.

You are loved


This Little Light of Mine - LGBTQ, Christianity, religious trauma, mental health

This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph.

Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.