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We discover our most important mission when we accept our deepest pain, woundedness and brokenness, and thus begin the process of healing.
The only antidote to the brokenness of the world is to surrender to love, to let that love act in us and through us, even when we know it may ultimately lead to heartbreak.
From the amazing story of Deborah in Judges 4 to the stories of Ruth, Esther, Tamar, Rahab, Huldah the prophetess, among others, we consistently see God drawing women into leadership, drawing them up out of the brokenness of patriarchy, and using them as leaders in his greater redemption plan.
In times when we stray, God invites us to begin working through the layers of our brokenness in relationship with Him.
Drawing on interviews conducted with six women, the author, a marriage and family therapist, tells the stories of daughters wounded by their mothers in various ways and their recovery journeys, to examine experiential recovery themes and understand the life experiences and life messages of these daughters, how they can move from brokenness to wholeness, and how the voices of daughters create new meanings about healing.
Westerville, OH, May 31, 2018 --( Well by Alias In Town, began as a memory book project compiling relative journal entries, poetry, essays and original artwork in an effort to tell the story of a life journey through brokenness to recovery.
Let us use art to heal the brokenness, the pain, spread love and cheer, and fill up the void for beauty and buoyancy
How do we forgive the brokenness we find within others--and within ourselves?
Written through the eyes of a girl gifted with wit, courage, and wisdom far beyond her years, this is a troubling yet hopeful story of brokenness, resilience, and love.
Some glorious experiences and moments of brokenness. It makes me realize our connectedness and belongingness.
A spokesman said: "Praying for the unity of the church involves a recognition not only of the brokenness of Christian relationships, but also how injustice in the world at large rends asunder Christian communities and impedes our participation in God's mission."
"The Shattering II" is a story with spiritual implication, an amazing story of a survivor of the hurt, pain, and brokenness of abuse, of her steadfast faith and her determination to overcome the hopelessness of a being victimized to claim victory, inner peace, and healing.
I'm glad she didn't have to examine her brokenness with a man ...
The people of the village worked hard to keep the children clear of all this, as much as they could, though it was impossible not to feel the brokenness of things, even for a child as young as I was.
The best we can do where others will address their own brokenness is to hold boundaries with them, and also work on our own brokenness."