I am an ordinary woman, that’s probably now what you want to hear. But it is the Truth.
I was born to an unwed mother, in the south, in the year 1960’s.
This was during a historic time of rebellion and free love.I was given away at birth.
The first spirit that I was exposed to was the spirit of rejection. The mother that took me from the hospital holds a special place in my heart. I was a tiny, sickly premature baby weighing a little over two pounds at birth that my great aunt took home from the hospital, that day. She was single at the time. What a blessing
is was thatshe would listen to the voice of God and include me in her life. My mother later married a good man and I grew up in a family.
At a young age, I accepted Jesus Christ as my savior but it was though the passing of time and hardship of life that caused me to submit to his will and allow Jesus to become Lord of my life.
In due season, I graduated from high school and went on to college, at the end of my junior year I took a detour and joined the Army.
My army experience was wonderful as I traveled the world and interacted with many different people. In time I returned to and graduated from college, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human services. I entered the work force in a managerial capacity.
Spiritually I embraced my relationship with Christ as my path weaved through many of life’s challenges. Now divorced withtwo wonderful daughters I could tell you of all my wonderful achievement, but I won’t. But I will share with you, words of encouragement and hope found in the person of Jesus Christ, God’s
only son. I will tell you of a better way, of unconditional love divine, of mercy and grace.
Yes, I am an ordinary woman saved by grace.