True Stories of Hope & Redemption
Use the fertilizer of your past to bloom in your future!
Bloom In the Dark is an anthology of true stories, poems, and letters of women who have lived through abuse and personal darkness, and have been healed and restored by God’s mercy!
Without sugarcoating her situation, each woman shares her pain, how she made it through, and how God met her. Through the stories in this book, you will see that you are not alone in brokenness. Pain and abuse are everywhere, but there is hope in God! Christ will meet you, carry you, hold you, and heal you, too!
If you’re healing from your heart wounds, or long to be, learn more about what it means to be an Ex-Victim.
I highly recommend this incredibly sensitive book for any who feel like they’ve been taken to the very edge of despair with no way of ever returning to a beautiful life. There is hope. I had trouble putting it down and couldn’t believe the depth of vulnerability shared. To all who opened your heart to help others heal, you are so very brave, thank you and may you be abundantly blessed.
This book is a “must” read by any woman that has ever been hurt and is determined to gain strength. Even though this book will make you cry, it will also give you strength and understanding!
Dr. M. T. J.
This is a beautiful book of hope… I am a survivor myself, and was encouraged and inspired by this book.
C.S. on Amazon
Just finished your book. I read every single word and some of the stories several times. I gave it to two friends yesterday….. As I read about God’s intervention into troubled lives, I realized more than ever how He stepped in and helped me out of the pain of [my husband’s] alcoholism. I now have a serenity which I never thought was possible.
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