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We are never really ready for the death of a loved one. This woman realized a simple trip to the beach prepared her for her husband’s death years later — a situation she never dreamed would show her God’s special provisions.
Jesus left us an example to love others as He loved us. But what happens when loving someone in His name leads to a false charge of sexual abuse? One woman suffered that and made it through the struggle with God’s help.
Betrayal. Hurt. Anger. These and other emotions overwhelmed one woman when her husband broke their marriage vows. Thanks to God’s guidance and her obedience, this wife found the freedom of forgiveness and recommitment to love.
Where does forgiveness begin and end? When the guilty ask for it? When the one betrayed says they forgive? Are the words enough? Here are…
Grieving loss through death takes its toll on individuals, but even good changes can bring stress and depression. One woman discovered God’s preparation for a time she wasn’t expecting.
A moment of hurt and humiliation can grow into weeks of emotional and spiritual upheaval. One woman found the key to freedom in an unexpected story about an even greater offense.
Her mother’s untimely death causes a daughter to lean on her faith in her journey of survival.
A job can mean many things for a family, like financial security. But when a woman’s husband leaves an employer, the income from their small business doesn’t stretch far enough to cover the bills. That is, until the wife learns to depend on God to get them through.
Shame. Fear. Uncertainty. A teenage girl felt all of these, and more, when she became pregnant and was forced to give up her baby for adoption. Later in life, she found more than that baby, now a grown man. She found her Savior.
“Sugar and spice and everything nice.” That’s usually what you hear about little girls, but not about Jessica. Her behavior problems almost ruin a relationship until the grandmother learns to love her as Jesus does.
It’s something parents and grandparents fear could happen to their children and grandchildren after a severe injury: being paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. When this happened to one woman’s grandson, she learned that even through this difficult struggle, God had a plan.
Memory lane isn’t always a pleasant place. For those who have suffered abuse in the home, those memories carry over into adulthood. Read the story of a woman who confronted her past with the power of God and found His peace and healing.
A young girl struggles with being an outsider in school and in her family. Even after inviting Jesus Christ into her heart, she deals with rejection and chooses a wrong path. But that path eventually leads her to a new identity and fulfillment in Christ.