Immeasurably More

At the age of twelve, I began experimenting with drugs and alcohol.  At fifteen, my drug abuse escalated when my step dad passed away.  With him gone, I felt so alone.  I was desperate to find stability in my life.  I felt abandoned by God.  I was very angry at God because I felt like he had taken two fathers away.  Read more…

Life and a Purpose

As a child it was common for me to be around drugs and alcohol. Through my childhood and teenage years I had friends invite me to church and would attend now and then, but I never truly cared about God. I was self-absorbed and wanted instant relief from the issues of life. At 13, I started smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol.  I became more and more dependent and my drug use became progressively worse. Read more…

On a Mission

My life was thrown into the fire quickly when my parents divorced when I was two and my mother remarried an abusive alcoholic. Growing up in a broken home was very difficult and I dealt with feelings of rejection, depression, and severe anxiety. I was sexually abused by several men in my family for about 12 years of my childhood. To escape the pain I had developed, I began experimenting with marijuana, which soon turned into an everyday occurrence. By sixteen I had my first drink of alcohol and I was hooked.  Read more…

See the Blessings

I had a good childhood. My father was the pastor of a local church. I grew up in a hardworking, Christian home and those same values were instilled in my brother and I. We spent weekends, holidays and vacations with my grandparents. We were happy until my parents divorced when I was 16. My world as I knew it fell apart. That was the first time I ever experienced depression.  Read more…

Unconditional Love

I was raised by my mom who was an alcoholic and drug addict.  By 9 years old I had been molested by 3 men, whom I was suppose to trust.  I was taken by the state custody and sent to live with my dad and step family.  Who offered no understanding.  So I had to grow up pretty fast.  I acted like I could handle anything on my own and suppressed almost all my emotions. Read more…

Letting Go

I grew up in a Christian home.  God blessed me with a husband that loves the Lord and a beautiful son.  Like many Christians, we allowed compromise and sin to creep in and it tore my life apart.  I left our church, and my husband and I separated.  As our son got closer to kindergarten, we filed for divorce.  Because I was raised in church and he was not, I pridefully believed I knew more than him and I failed to yield to him.  I was the wife Proverbs warned of.  I had no respect for life.  I remember signing the divorce papers and turning to him and shaking his hand with a smile on my face, saying, “nice doing business with you.”  Read more…

Enjoying Life

I grew up in church with great parents and 2 brothers. At age 14, my parents divorced and I moved out of the house I called “home.” I began hanging out with girls older than me and started drinking, smoking cigarettes, and going to bars. At 16, I was busy going to school, then work. I graduated high school, worked full time, and met a man that I soon fell in love with.  Read more…

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