Category: faithfulness

Walk Through the Door That’s Open;

Walk Through the Door That’s Open

December 5, 2018

If anything gives us reason for hope, it's this: God hasn't abandoned us. He came, and He's still "making all the sad things untrue."

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At Last My Love Has Come Along;

At Last My Love Has Come Along

October 24, 2018

This week we’re picking up the story of recovery and restoration with one of my favorite parts: when Prince Charming appears! If you missed the […]

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Providence in a Bottle;

Providence in a Bottle

October 17, 2018

First I was oblivious. Then ambiguous. Even when diagnosed with toxic metal poisoning, I didn’t really understand. A process that began slowly a few years […]

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About Narcissists;

About Narcissists

October 10, 2018

Any story about spiritual abuse will, at one point or another, include a narcissist. This is part 5 in the series of my journey into […]

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At the Edge of a Familiar Cliff;

At the Edge of a Familiar Cliff

October 3, 2018

This is part four of the series on my journey into and out of a spiritually abusive environment. Click here to start at the beginning […]

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The Year-Long Breaking Point;

The Year-Long Breaking Point

September 26, 2018

Have you ever been at the beach, jumping waves as they roll in, managing to keep your head above water until one catches you off […]

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From Healthy to Hopeless;

From Healthy to Hopeless

September 12, 2018

Up to now, this blog has primarily told the story of my journey from hopeless to hope-filled since joining Young Living in 2013. But to […]

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The Fragrance of Healing;

The Fragrance of Healing

April 27, 2017

“Wholeness waits along rugged roads we never thought we would travel.” Margaret Feinberg I recently read “Made Well” by Jenny Simmons. When I cry in […]

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I may stumble, but I’ll enjoy the dance;

I may stumble, but I’ll enjoy the dance

April 6, 2017

God’s never in a hurry, but His timing is impeccable. That’s one of my takeaways as I read Genesis again at the beginning of the […]

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Lord, lead me gently!;

Lord, lead me gently!

March 30, 2017

As much as I’m liking the slower pace, it feels … well, to be honest, awkward. I like it, but sometimes it feels indulgent. It […]

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