burden of a secret, Amy Merritt, Faith Beyond Fear, faithbeyondfear.com
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The Burden of a Secret: A Wife’s Testimony, Part Two

Read Part One here if you haven't had a chance: Amy continues her story of God's grace through the unburdening of a deeply guarded secret... Part One may be found here! That night, as I stood behind the couch facing my biggest fear and the single most hurtful thing I had done to my husband and… Continue reading The Burden of a Secret: A Wife’s Testimony, Part Two

God, Lori Altebaumer, Faith Beyond Fear, Guest Post, faithbeyondfear.com, prodigal, infertility
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When We Give Our Fears to God: A Mother’s Journey

There are few sounds like that of a mother crying over her child. A heart-broken mother, a terrified mother, a lost, angry, confused and wounded mother holds nothing back but weeps out grief in anguished sobs that come from deep within her DNA. Where is God? How could this be His plan? The pain can… Continue reading When We Give Our Fears to God: A Mother’s Journey

Holland Webb, Faith Beyond Fear
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From Faith to Fear And Back Again

When it all falls apart "What did he say?" I turned from the newscast to the man next to me. "Crashed." It was early fall of 2008, and I sat in Bangui, the capital city of the Central African Republic, watching the news in French. As my college French professor will attest, there is no… Continue reading From Faith to Fear And Back Again

Run-Out Faith, Karen Smith, Faith beyond Fear, faithbeyondfear.com
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My Run-Out Faith

    What sweet words I find in Isaiah 43. Words to remember as I travel through life.  Or at least until life sweeps me off my feet. What do I do with these promises? When life is upside down and flames set every dream ablaze, are these words true? No Words Would Come Four miles… Continue reading My Run-Out Faith

Becoming a Protector, Mari Jan Francis, Faithbeyondfear.com, Faith Beyond Fear
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Becoming a Protector: My Journey of Faith Beyond Fear

Becoming a Protector I called the instructor of my counseling course. Tension rose. I knew what I needed to do. Stalling was no longer an option if I was to walk in integrity as a counselor and a child of God. My brother-in-law molested me as a child. Now his granddaughter, my great niece, was… Continue reading Becoming a Protector: My Journey of Faith Beyond Fear