Journey Pink: The Story of a Princess In Need of a King
A Memoir of Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse
New from Michelle
a memoir of healing from childhood sexual abuse
What does it look like to heal from sexual abuse?
How is it even possible?
Secrets. We all have them. Michelle had plenty of secrets and intended to take them all to her grave. Married with three children, she owned a business and actively participated in church. Everything appeared wonderful on the outside, but on the inside, secrets from her childhood bubbled up and wreaked havoc in her life. She visited a counselor determined to heal quickly without telling anyone else her secrets. But healing took time, and she had to continue to show up and sit in her counselor’s office. Sit with the awful memories. Sit with the Lord. Sit with others. None of those chairs were comfortable or easy, but they were necessary for healing. She never wanted anyone to know about the sexual abuse she endured throughout her childhood. But God had other plans. This is the story of how He saw her, healed her, and set her free.
will help survivors (and those who love them):
The trauma from sexual abuse distorts the lens of how a survivor perceives God.
We have to talk about sexual abuse.
Survivors need to know that Jesus loves them.
They need help finding their voice, establishing boundaries, and feeling empowered to say no.
They need the love and support of caring and safe people to hold space for their stories.