Do you feel discouraged, deceived, or depressed?

Do you worry that you’ll never overcome the challenges and heartaches in your life?

Do you struggle to forgive yourself and those who hurt you?

I understand. I experienced those same feelings and struggles. However, I moved from broken to beautiful, and you can too. Through my blog, the free resources, and my future podcast, my goal is to help you move from broken to beautiful.

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Practical steps and encouragement to help you move from pain, brokenness and defeat to peace, joy, and freedom.

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Practical lessons to help you leave destructive patterns of thought and behavior to move forward in your life.

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What to Do When You Long for Confirmation That God Answers Prayer

Confirmation? What can you do when you long for confirmation that God answers prayer? Have you struggled to know what to do? I have more than once. Be Persistent. When I long for confirmation that God answers prayer, I remind God of my prayer requests morning, noon, and night. I’m as persistent as the widow… Continue Reading

Do You Celebrate Mother’s Day? I Don’t.

Do you celebrate Mother’s Day? I don’t. For several reasons, you may find it as difficult as I do to celebrate Mother’s Day. Eight years ago, my mother passed away before Mother’s Day. My only child died three days after Mother’s Day in that same year. With the anniversary of his death, Mother’s Day, and… Continue Reading

Your New Life Can Spring up in May Just as May Flowers Do

Your new life can spring up in May, just as May flowers do. You don’t have to live in the wilderness or the wasteland. May 2 is World Asthma Day. If you have asthma, your new life can still spring up in May. Look for alternative and traditional ways to control your asthma and move… Continue Reading

When a Parent in Assisted Living Asks, “When Am I Going Home?”

What do you say when a parent in assisted living asks, “When am I going home?” If you’re on the phone, you can hide the expression on your face. You can also wipe the tears without that parent seeing you. Dad’s short-term memory has deteriorated because of dementia. He had been in the hospital for… Continue Reading