Monthly Archives: August 2011

Never Put Anyone on a Pedestal

I frequently hear from readers and acquaintances that I seem to be incredibly strong, in spite of the pain of my past. The trouble with viewing me as if I belong on a pedestal, is that I can tumble from … Continue reading

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Take a Leap of Faith

We continue with my series, Confident in God’s Hands, to help survivors of abuse and trauma develop greater courage. Today, we look at what it means to take a leap of faith. A splat or a flight? After my divorce, … Continue reading

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Following Jesus Should be Our Highest Goal

During my series, Confident in God’s Hands, I’ve given you a lot of tips about how to become more courageous after suffering from abuse or trauma. Hopefully, these ideas have been helpful to you. I know that writing them for … Continue reading

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Find the Good in Suffering

I’ve been off the radar for a few days, because MS has knocked me for a loop. I don’t like to let my readers down, and it has been bothering me that I haven’t had the strength to continue writing. … Continue reading

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