In spite of numerous red flags, Kary married her abusive partner when she was very young. After over two decades, she was able to save some money and get out. Now she shares some insight into what made her stay for so long and what she would do differently if she had a do-over.
After Lisa lost her husband of 23 years to death, she ended up marrying a man who abused her in every way possible. Find out how she got out and built a beautiful life for herself.
Debby survived an abusive marriage for three decades. Find out how she coped and what happened to make her wake up and get out.
Today we look at a survivor’s journals to discover the exact thinking that keeps women of faith stuck in abusive marriages.
Hear Becky’s story of overcoming abuse that started in childhood and continued in marriage. This is a crawling to flying story you don’t want to miss.
You may have heard horror stories about Christians who get divorced. But Natalie and Jeni, both abuse survivors and divorcees, discuss the benefits of a merciful divorce from an abuser.
Today we’ll meet an emotional abuse survivor who has perfectly captured the dynamic of covert abuse in an incredible poem. After she reads her poem, we’ll talk with her about how she was able to realize her confusing experience was abusive.
Three women of faith who have survived emotional and spiritual abuse share their experiences learning how to go from crawling to flying with the help of the private education and support group, Flying Free.
In this episode, we visit with Rebecca Farris, mother, wife, and company CEO about misogyny in the church and how demeaning attitudes toward women perpetuate abuse at church and in the home.