Reflections on the Journey

What Voices Are You Listening To?

What Voices Are You Listening To?

What do you hear about yourself when you listen to your inner voice? Do you hear how wonderful, smart and strong you are? Or, do you hear a negative voice, one that says you are lazy, fat and stupid? Maybe…

A Garment of Praise

A Garment of Praise

Last year I shared a new method I learned of studying the Bible. I read a chapter of the Bible and write down everything that speaks to me. Then, I look at what I’ve written and discern what I think God…

Feeling Amazing!

Feeling Amazing!

In September of 2016 I wrote a blog describing my slow journey to health. In that blog, I talked about all the physical symptoms I had after my abuse, like depression, anxiety, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), IC (interstitial cystitis) – which…

How Amy Found Peace

How Amy Found Peace

  Good morning my friends! I am taking an intensive graduate course for the next few weeks. My good friend Amy Daumit, author of Forget Me Not, Learning to Live With Me and For Me and creator of Forget Me Not Advocacy Group, and…

Your Worth Is Infinite

Your Worth Is Infinite

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. In this lull between Christmas and New Year’s, I would love to share some thoughts about our worth in God’s eyes. This devotional was written by my friend Heather of Heart, Soul and…

God Isn’t Afraid of Our Mess

God Isn’t Afraid of Our Mess

Merry Christmas my friends! Okay, I am a few days early, but I am happy to be one of the first ones to wish you a happy Christmas! Recently, Ryan Paulson, of South Fellowship church gave a great message that I…

Your New Name

Your New Name

Last year, I shared my experience beginning to take yoga. At that time, I shared that I was uncomfortable with the idea that yoga is often associated with Eastern religions. The class I was taking became more and more linked with…

A Bump in the Road

A Bump in the Road

A while back I wrote about my journey to physical health. I was very optimistic at that time that I would soon be able to come off all my prescription medications. Over the last several months, I have been slowly reducing…

Forget Me Not, by Amy Daumit

Forget Me Not, by Amy Daumit

Today I have the honor of introducing you to someone special who is fighting against domestic violence. Meet Amy Daumit, author of Forget Me Not: learning to live with me and for me, which just came out last week. Amy is the…

My Slow Journey to Health

My Slow Journey to Health

Many abuse victims and survivors suffer from physical ailments. These are often a direct result of the abuse they’ve experienced though we don’t often realize it. Some of these might include: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, eating disorders, addictions to…