I learned a lot from giving up dessert, ice cream, cereal, and other major sugar cravings during Lent this year.
Learning About Faith and Domestic Violence Recovery
As I sit here writing on Easter morning, below are the messages from my heart of how I grew during the weeks leading up to Easter this year:
Could I have been more diligent on my diet? Absolutely! But, as I reflect on this Easter Day, I know the season brought me closer to God, closer to my prayer time, and closer to my leaning on God during the turbulence world of the coronavirus.
On a lot of levels my efforts proved valuable to improving my quiet time with God. Definitely a lot more valuable than the previous time I tried this three years ago. But, as I reread this draft copy, I’m inclined to maybe continue this spiritual growth I’ve encountered. Maybe I won’t be so quick to end my efforts just because Easter is here.
My prayer: remembering the Easter season way past the actual day on the calendar.
Blessings and safety to all,
Hi, I'm Sue
Welcome to my blog! I served twenty-one honorable years on active duty, living a double life of capability and accomplishment in the service while enduring brutality and abusiveness in my twenty-one year oppressive marriage. Today I'm happily married and have three children who are my inspiration and motivation.
My goal is to help combat the lies of abusers with the truth of God. I hope you find my words to be healing and helpful through your own life experiences.
Being separated from my abusive husband didn't make me a domestic violence survivor. It surely didn't release me from the grip of his brainwashing control and the innate power he had on me.
Read the full raw story in my new book, Rock Bottom and Faithless.