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Laura Schauer’s Thin Place: Friends to the End

“I heard Mary’s interview regarding her memoir on Moody radio’s Midday Connection. I purchased and read her book, discovered her website, e-mailed her, and have been encouraged by these incidents to begin sharing my story (for the sake of “healing”).” The above excerpt from Laura’s email, the story behind today’s story, is  a connect-the-dots picture […]

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Melissa Pickens’ Thin Place: Slave No More

Melissa continues the themes of this post on her blog, Breathe Deeply. She partners with her husband to bring the message of healing and restoration to people through Rally Point Ministries.  (Want to encourage others by sharing your  Thin Place story? Read here to find out how.) **** Several years ago, exhaustion found me lying […]

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Amy Hunt’s Thin Place: Looking for a Manual

“How am I supposed to pray? How am I supposed to forgive? How do I become a good Christian?” Amy’s questions were answered with grace, as she shares here and on her blog, “A Grace Full Life.”  (Your Thin Place story can encourage others. Here’s how you can share.) **** Ever since I was a […]

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Abby Alleman’s Thin Place: The Eyes That Drew Me Home

If you’re facing the loss of a loved one, I pray today’s story will strengthen you. Read more from Abby at her blog, Fan the Flame. (Sharing your Thin Place story can also strengthen the faith of others. Care to share? Go here to find out how.) **** “Help! I don’t have the strength to […]

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Loretta Pearson’s Thin Place: God as Emotional Healer

Hurt happens. Healing can happen, too – even when the hurt is horrific. In today’s Thin Place story Loretta shows us we can receive God’s wisely gentle healing. (Has God ministered to you in a Thin Place? Want to share your story? Go here to read how.) **** I was only 6 months old when […]

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Esther Feng’s Thin Place: God in School

God doesn’t need government approval to show up in schools, as Esther experienced when she was only 6 years old. You can read more from Esther on her blog, For Such a Time as This. (If you’d like to share a time when God showed up in your life, go here to submit your Thin […]

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Deb Martell’s Thin Place: Nothing’s Wasted

Coping strategies that serve us well in difficult times can leave scar tissue that needs to be removed. Deb walks us through a bit of her healing in today’s Thin Place. You can read more about Deb on her blog, Nothing’s Wasted. (Do you have a Thin Place when God met you? Go here if you’d […]

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Josey Bozzo’s Thin Place: An Unknown Thin Place

Josey lives in Virginia with her husband and two kids.  She shares bits of her life on her blog:  Amazing God, Ordinary Life. (If you’d like to share your Thin Place story, you can do so here.) **** A bottle of alcohol. A handful of pills. A deadly combination. God came near during a time […]

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Alicia Wilson’s Thin Place: Living Waters

Alicia also has a blog, A Little Time to Share. Give her a little visit after you read her story. (You can submit your Thin Place story here.) **** The memories began to flood into my dreams, taking over the night. More than three decades had past, but I could still remember my first years, […]

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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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