Tag Archives | Heal from the past

Tammy’s Thin Place: ReRighting the Battered Pages

Stuck in a moment you can’t get out of? You don’t have to be. Tammy experienced God’s grace as she thought about her childhood. She blogs at If Meadows Speak, sharing stories of reclaiming  her family ranch and restoring her life. (Is God restoring something in your life? You can share your story here.) **** […]

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Can you help others when you’re hurting?

April McCullohs shared this posting with me last week, and I knew it was perfect for my readers here. I’ve often felt like in order to minister to others I have to be fully 100% healed of my pain from the past. Not so. And, actually, I believe God can use us more when we […]

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I’m afraid to write the next memoir

When Thin Places released this year, I felt naked. And rightfully so. I shared my story stark on the page there, my heart displayed for all to see. The pain, the neglect, the sexual abuse, the divorces–all these damaged me and my heart. Hints of those injuries haunt me today still. One thing that really […]

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Healing Week: Hope after Miscarriage by Bridget Collins

This week I’m launching my Audio Healing Retreat, Get Past the Past. In celebration of that, I’m inviting friends around the blogosphere to share their stories of healing. Today’s guest is Bridget Beth Collins who used to babysit our kids when we lived in Seattle. Now she has kids of her own! She is pictured […]

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Healing Week: Healing in the Storm by Alece Ronzino

Image via Wikipedia This week I’m launching my Audio Healing Retreat, Get Past the Past. In celebration of that, I’m inviting friends around the blogosphere to share their stories of healing. Today’s guest is Alece Ronzino, a new friend who grits her way to glory. Healing in the Storm :: Africa has the greatest storms. […]

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Healing Week: Put Down Your Sword by Holley Gerth

This week I’m launching my Audio Healing Retreat, Get Past the Past. In celebration of that, I’m inviting friends around the blogosphere to share their stories of healing. Today’s guest is Holley Gerth, a sweet new friend who has a terrific, healed heart. After the War Hot tears slam my cheeks, slide down, rivers of […]

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When a man says he’s sorry on behalf of those boys

I’d given my book Thin Places to the people at my table group at Cape Town. Towards the end of the 8-day conference, one of the men in my group approached me. “I’ve been reading your book,” he said. “And I’d like to talk to you.” We sat away from the hubbub. He told me […]

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Amy Sullivan’s Thin Place: What to do When a Baby Turns Blue

What would you do if you noticed your baby was blue? Read about Amy’s experience in today’s Thin Place. Then catch up with her at her blog. (For info on how to submit your Thin Place Story, go here.) **** Looking back at home videos, I can see something was wrong then, but as a […]

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Charissa Steyn’s Thin Place: A Literal Thin Place

One of the thin places of my life was literally the thinnest place I’d ever been. Not only was it a place, it was also a number…84. I vividly remember the scale telling me my weight on that particular day. I rejoiced. With every pound I shed, I felt like I was gaining an identity. […]

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Leah Taylor’s Thin Place: Oh, snap! He ain’t here!

Welcome to the first Saturday installment of Share Your Thin Place Story at MaryDeMuth.com. Leah Taylor recounts her experience from this year’s She Speaks Conference. Take a minute to let her story encourage you then stop by her site, Leah Taylor Ministries, to say hi. Remember, if you have a Thin Place Story you’d like to […]

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