The Trail of Broken Pieces has been written to help people who have lived or currently are living life through a cycle of painful and traumatic experiences.
This book has three primary objectives for the reader: 1) Recognize unhealthy repetitive
life cycles; 2) Understand how pain and wounds hinder us spiritually and 3) Learn how to be set free from spiritual and emotional strongholds.
Even though we all experience pain, the way it affects each person can be different. Although there may have been some healing in the past, some people may still experience
feelings of emotional bondage and need further healing from those experiences. We cannot put ourselves on a specific time-table for healing to occur, nor should others push us in the healing process. Everyone will approach this in a way that is right for them and, for some, it may take a little longer to get where they want to be.
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