Sis Podcast Have you ever felt wronged, hurt, or betrayed? When we experience injustice, we can feel victimized. Those feelings can leave us vulnerable to further destructive patterns. In my story, I share how God’s powerful redeeming love turned my hate to love. This world is so noisy and confusing. It is hard to listen well and to know who to listen to. Who we allow speaking into our lives influences the direction we choose to go in. There are some who don’t have the best intentions or the best for us. A former prostitute shares her story of how the love of Jesus found her on the street in her darkest hour and introduced her to true love. Have you ever been wronged, hurt, or betrayed? When we experience injustice, we not only feel victimized, but those feelings can also leave us vulnerable to further destructive patterns. In today’s message, hear how God’s powerful redeeming love transformed hatred into compassion and love. We all experience injustice to some degree. Whether it is a cheating spouse that leaves, never to return, or a drunk driver taking the life of a loved one, it insights an inner scream to seek vengeance and demand justice. We want the wrong made right – right NOW! In this episode, I share how Jesus makes a way for me through my hurt that turned into hatred. Anger is often our go-to emotion when we don’t know how to express what is happening inside us. My guest, Danielle Walker, shares with us how Jesus made himself known to her while struggling with the emotion of anger. We all long for deep friendship. Those trusted and committed relationships where our worst is met with acceptance and our best is celebrated. In this episode of She is Significant, we talk about girlfriends and Jesus – our most trusted friend. Transitioning through the seasons of life can bring many challenges. How do we stay current, relevant, and significant to God’s calling on our lives? So many aspects of our lives are hidden out of sight and buried deep within our soul. After a while we may even forget about those experiences despite the damage still existing beneath the surface. How do we repair the damage? No one wants to feel painful emotions, yet they are created within us to help us process human experiences and to build our empathy, compassion, and love for others. How do we navigate pain? In this episode of She is Significant, I share a special partnership offered to us in those seasons of pain.