A new venture with the Ruth Institute
Some of you might recall that I spoke for the Ruth Institute’s Survivor’s Summit in the summer of 2020. The Ruth Institute seeks to halt the sexual revolution and build a civilization of love with the traditional family at the center. I am deeply humbled and honored to be part of such a well-grounded organization that is giving people everywhere the proper awareness, education, and tools needed to fight back against the rapid decline of morality in today’s world.
My goal with “Ask a Survivor” is to answer any questions you may have about victimization and/or healing and provide you with whatever “Survival 101” skills you may need. This is not meant to replace professional help, but I do want to help get you started. I want you to know that you are not alone and that healing IS possible. You’re going to be okay even if it doesn’t seem that way right at the moment.
A lot of times when people have suffered from abuse, they don’t know where to turn. There is so much going on physically, mentally, and even spiritually and getting back on their feet and entering into the healing process can feel like an impossible feat. I’m here to help! Much like in my book, I want to be a friend, companion, and guide to you on your journey.
I will still be posting on this blog as often as I can and also plan to continue with my book reviews. That’s something I sort of fell into and bringing good, helpful (and sometimes fun!) resources to people is something I have found that I enjoy doing.
I pray that God can work through me in this new venture to help bring hope, help, and healing to those who are suffering (or to those who are trying to help someone who is suffering). It doesn’t matter if you are a survivor, a friend or family member of a survivor, or someone trying to better understand and help others. I’m here for you!
Please visit my “Ask a Survivor” page on the Ruth Institute website for more information and I look forward to talking to you and answering your questions!
Let’s talk! ❤️