Mending Broken Bridges has been written to help the person that wants to delve deeper at their own pace into the world of the hurting individual.
This is a journey that requires perseverance and a strong desire for change. Change will
only happen if you embrace the tragic events in your life. There is good news for all who press into this journey, because even though it may be difficult, it will reap great benefits and lead you to the One who longs to heal and set you free. Isn’t that what we all want?
I pray that as you read and study these pages, you will begin to have deeper revelation and
will find wholeness, both spiritually and emotionally. I pray for each and every one who
reads these pages that the Holy Spirit of God will guide you and break off the chains that
bind you. The hardest part will be taking the initial step to move towards your healing.
Once you make that decision in your heart, it is all uphill from there. You will not be disappointed!
For I, the Lord, love justice; I hate robbery and iniquity. In my faithfulness I will reward them and make an everlasting covenant with them. Their descendants will be known among the nations and their offspring among the peoples. All who see them will acknowledge that they are a people the Lord has blessed. Isaiah 61:8-9
I was born in the small farm town of Auburn in Nebraska while my father was serving in World War II. He would not see me or my mother for three more years when the war was over. I married my husband, Dick in 1966. We moved to Omaha and had 2 sons, Dave and Duane. In 2005 my husband passed away. I have been a born again Christian since 1972. In 1991, God placed a call on my life that would change me forever - to minister to those who were wounded in heart, soul and spirit. Little did I know that I would also be facing my own brokenness and personal demons as I grew in my own faith and relationship with the Lord. In many ways, I still feel like I am just beginning. God has birthed in my heart and spirit a new way of ministering to others that involves my own journey of healing, the experiences of others in their personal walk, and the wisdom of God. We have a God who loves us and desires for us to be free and whole. There is always hope and a way out of every circumstance