Help is on the Way!

In the Event of Sudden Disaster, Grin By: White Dove Bone-shaking tremors of impending disaster erupt from the deepest seat of my soul – the place where my controlling beliefs create my circumstances – threatening to throw me into the tumultuous sea. Resisting the stormy undercurrent of my limiting beliefs is something I’ve learned to do only […]


Create Your Own Jail Break By: Susan Deborah Schiller  Standing up to Sociopaths – A Collection of Essays Telling your story is important, on many levels. First, for your own freedom. The second is because it lights up the darkness around you. The third is that your story becomes a portal for Heaven to invade the darkness on […]


To Stand in the Shock Waves and Shine By: White Dove   Photo Source “I’m grooming you to grin in the face of disaster,” I heard Papa God say as I was listening in prayer one day. You see, part of my family legacy is to worry. I tend to worry about things as tenaciously as […]


A Meditation for Those who Feel Lost in the Darkest Night of their Soul By: Kimberly Dimick We all hope at the darkest moments of our life that our faith would shine or this strength would come so we could smack some demons around. I have found that our faith shines AFTER we get to […]

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Praying into the Abyss of Despair By: Dr. Stephen R. Crosby Sometimes our circumstances make us feel like we are standing on the edge of a dark and bottomless abyss of hopelessness. We pray, do all the things we know to do, have been told to do, trained to do (and then some), and nothing […]


Sent in by a friend… who has passed through the Valley of the Shadow of Death and fears no evil… The Father says today that you think you are on your last gasp and Loss is inevitable. I say to you that your dream,your vision is still Viable and living. You are going to have […]


The Winds of Change are Rolling: Calling All Wave Walkers By: Susan Schiller  In the series, "Love from Papa" Picture the disciples battling the impossible waves while Jesus calmly walks across the waves, nearly bypassing their boat,  totally unconcerned about the storms! Why did He nearly pass them by? Perhaps because He had just demonstrated the […]


Faith as a Catalyst for Hope and Love By: Susan Deborah Schiller There are still days when I feel disconnected… like my brain has a huge lag… when I feel lost in the dark. The neuroscience behind pathological love relationships helps me to understand there will be these kinds of days. It takes a long time […]


A Different Kind of Peace By: Susan Deborah Schiller “Ask me and I will tell you some remarkable secrets about what is going to happen here.” ~ Jeremiah 33:3 I asked God to show me the future – what I should be believing for and working toward. The first thing I saw was a company of […]


  You Shouldn't Have to Stand Alone By: White Dove No one heard my silent cries but him. He told me it would always be that way. And then he grinned, that mocking, smirk – more like a half-smile, except that it held no warmth and made me shiver. He was not only my husband […]


Cowgirl Up! By: White Dove A little part of my own memoir… My husband and I were invited to manage a ranch, that they wanted turned into a House of Prayer. Stepping foot into the sprawling, 5,000 sq ft barn-turned-into-a-house, we took the bull by its horns and began cleaning and decorating the newly constructed […]


Beware of the strong woman! By: White Dove Warning: Trigger alert. Please don't read if you are sensitive to images of family violence. "I'm ashamed of you! Why can't you have more grace?" said my pastor, after telling him I was divorcing my husband. We were just shy of our 20-year anniversary and the LAST […]


"Rise Up A Warrior"   by Graham Cooke Your life will never be the same following sociopathic abuse, so why not make it your very best life ever? Graham Cooke is a mentor who has helped me the most, in the past 15 years. I've never met him in person, but I've read and listened to […]


Shining Light into the Murky Depths of Marital Abuse   By: Kimberly Dimick   Women are often sent demeaning messages from well-meaning but misinformed Christians that minimize and marginalize what they suffer in surviving an abusive marriage.    Later, in post-divorce recovery, especially when the perpetrator's behavior is on-going via co-parenting, they continue to be sent messages that invalidate their pain. We […]


Help is on the Way! By: Kimberly Dimick Previous Stories: Kimberly's Love Story & From Ruin to Restoration, Josh's Love Story I have sensed in my heart from the Lord and cannot shake it, that the Lord is moving even now and even as you read this Word and receive His love for you, that […]


The King's Bride By: Susan Deborah Schiller Many women, much like holocaust survivors, ask me the same question, after having lost everything to their absuer: What is ahead of us as we are so close to retirement? We are widows, having lost both husbands and church.  We fell through the cracks of institutional Christianity. We are […]


Plunging into the Heart of the Plague By: Susan Deborah Schiller Today I finish driving about 2000 miles across country, from my childhood home town to my present home town. It's nice to visit the 1st World but 3rd World living is where I really love to be. There's a plague all around me, but the people […]


The Most Beautiful People are Formed by Trials By Kimberly Dimick In the series, "Letters to Readers"  Dear sister, my heart goes out to you. I understand the emotional and spiritual exhaustion you feel at this point. I know you have tried everything there is to position your husband to obey and love God. You […]


Earthing By: Susan Deborah Schiller In the "devotional" series Later this week I'm taking my granddaughter into the wilderness, tent camping. We'll sit under the stars, roast some marshmallows, and listen to the silvery laughter of the ponderosas as the wind tickles their needles.  Sometimes when life makes no sense, you just need to walk barefoot in the […]


If you're the victim of a religious sociopath, I want to assure you that it's not because you're an ordinary victim of domestic violence. Don't let anyone tell you that it's because of your low self-esteem or whatever… it's definitely not that! By: Susan Deborah Schiller In a dream, I learned what caused me to attract […]


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