As I sat down a couple mornings ago to read God's Word and consider His mindfulness of me, I was led to Psalm 27 by a lovely little devotional called, "Jesus Calling."
After sharing her unbearable stress, Susan was nearly ignored by her church leadership.
When I faced off with my mission's leadership, I needed a friend. Sam was there all along preparing me for the stand I needed to take.
God's communication through His creation can be extraordinarily helpful as we minister to survivors of abuse.
We wish you the Peace of God that surpasses all understanding in this New Year.
Recognizing Jesus is the true and right judge brings healing and forgiveness.
Praising abusive leaders, no matter how much good they have also done, can further traumatize those who have suffered under their leadership.
Olivia had been abused emotionally by her husband for more than 30 years. She finally got free. She was living in her new-found freedom when he showed up once again, having been gone for over a year. He was getting more and more aggressive as he sought to gain entrance to her life once again. … Continue reading Not As Things Ought to Be: Grieving Our Loss