Monthly archive for ‘ November, 2013 ’

To Speak Freely Brings Healing

8th November 2013 | 0 Comments

Anne Jackson didn’t set out to write Permission to Speak Freely when see posted a simple question on her blog, annemariemiller.com. “What is one thing you feel you can’t say in the church?” The question spread like wildfire around the world through Christian and non-Christian sites alike. It is a topic that has bothered me […]


End the Backlog

7th November 2013 | 0 Comments

  The new End the Backlog.org:  The rape kit backlog is one of the most shocking demonstrations of how we regard the crime of sexual assault in our society. Rape kit testing can bring justice, often an integral part of a survivor’s healing, and it is vital in keeping rapists off the streets. And yet experts […]


Seeing the Forest for the Trees

6th November 2013 | 0 Comments

My dog Mindy ran into the house, jumped on the couch and curled into a little shaking ball. I watched perplexed, thinking something outside scared her. She started to gnaw and lick her leg, followed by a race around the living room, then she would skulk down on her belly again. Each time Mindy would get up, she would […]


Motivational Monday

4th November 2013 | 0 Comments

I have decided to change the format of my blog so it is more organized and my readers will know what to expect on certain days. I also hope that with this format you will receive information that is more valuable to you for your personal journey. The plan is as follows: Motivational  Mondays: encouraging quotes […]


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