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The complexities of healing and forgiveness in the emotional aftermath of traumatic events often result in feelings of isolation in one's faith community. Survivor, Wendy Redroad, offers an innovative program where divine purpose is discovered in the passions. Professional recommendations & inspiration.

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nlighten faith communities to the unspoken needs of the traumatized.
Defend human dignity.
Initiate an affirming forgiveness program.
Foster sustainable transformation.
Yield to mercy--with justice.
 

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013 5:50 PM

I Remember You

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 5:50 PM
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 5:50 PM

Thank you for being you. I am humbled by your continued visits despite my long and unexpected season of silence. As I take the time to soak in the realness of profound loss in both friendship and family know that I remember you in my prayers. I. Remember. You.

I will write again. Actually, I've been writing. So I'll blog again. But for now, mostly my life is full of prayers, praise, tears that sting my cheeks and cause my eyes to swell (a.k.a. "the ugly cry") inappropriate laughter with my closest friends, beer, and even a few swear words. (Not necessarily in that order.) Which is to say, I'm human.

Of course I'll tell you all about it. Most likely at summer's end. I will tell you this: When a girl says yes to God--agrees to write and speak on the topic of forgiveness--all hell breaks loose. What I know to be true is that God Almighty is for me, not against me. He has a way of turning a curse into a blessing.

Smile.

 

 

 

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