Sarah Ramsey, a toxic relationship expert and author of Becoming Toxic Person Proof, helps women stuck in the healing process to recreate themselves and build lives that they love!
Healing from Spiritual Abuse
Reconciliation is not a requirement. It’s the desired outcome, but it can only truly take place when four things have happened.
Emotional abuse that involved another person using God or His Word as a weapon of control is also called SPIRITUAL ABUSE, and this type of abuse is horrific in its potential to destroy one’s faith in God.
When our life falls apart, our beliefs about marriage, God, the church, our identities, and the Bible are challenged. This process is often scary, confusing, and painful. It’s called deconstruction, and Stacey Wynn specializes in guiding people through it.
In some Christian circles, the Bible is misused in order to control and neutralize half of the human race through a human construct called Patriarchy. In this interview with Rebecca Davis, we talk about what Patriarchy is, how it destroys women and families, and why it is not something the Bible promotes — but rather exposes.
Natalie draws from her own story—the pains and the triumphs—to answer two listener questions from women just like you. These women have taken all the blame, and struggle with knowing their true responsibility—whether their bad marriage, and all the fallout from it, are really their fault.
We explain abuse and oppression in the world through stories. What stories are you telling yourself and what do they say about God? Part 2 of 2.
Survivors have to wrestle with justice and oppression when they lose their families, their freedoms, their children, their finances, their homes, and their churches. What kind of God allows wickedness to prevail while victims suffer alone?
It’s the deepest betrayal you’ve ever experienced, so you deny reality. But reality is the key to healing, freedom, and restoration.