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What is Love to A Survivor?

The women in the 60 day emergency assessment program are reading Redeeming Love in our Support Group.  It has lead to some wonderful discussions so far. My favorite being what is love?  I asked [...]

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Could This Be for Me, God?

In third grade I wrote a report on Gladys Aylwards, a little known missionary in China during the 1900s. Although I’m sure the report was nothing notable it had an lasting impact on my life. It [...]

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Strength to Rise: A Survivor’s Story

She was introduced her first pimp when she was 21 years old. Living in Austin, Texas, estranged from her family, Tasha was vulnerable and alone. She recalls, “I didn’t know he was a pimp. I just [...]

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For His Glory

When Goliath appeared in Israel, the comfortable and peaceful life of the Israelites was disturbed. Each day Goliath faced God’s people, mocking and challenging them to fight. Nobody was [...]

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Healing through Connection

We recently completed a training session in the therapeutic Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) model. This therapy trains caregivers to provide effective support and treatment for people [...]

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Hero

“Not all heroes wear capes.” This is one of those phrases that started off talking about first responders, like firefighters and EMTs, and then turned into a funny meme where you would see [...]