In November 2016, the Lord put on my heart the blueprint that would eventually be VictoryLife House. What was my vision? An educational resource center for other women coming out of domestic violence where they could learn the answer to their Now What? question.
In December 2017, I purposed it in my heart to share my vision with one person every day to begin building VictoryLife House - to give other survivors hope through education - a safe opportunity to re-calibrate their thinking and their lives.
I am the Founder & Chairman of VIctoryLife House, and 100% dedicated to the success of the high calling on my life.
February 12, 2020
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Testimonies about my eBooK Diamonds, War & Cookies
"Great book! It deals with a different aspect of domestic abuse that is often overlooked.
May God continue to bless you in every way as you share the strength, hope, Love, joy and peace that is truly within our reach!"
"Wow. So well written it deserves to be read! A wonderful read with artful passages full of grace and humility — and excellent prose! Your story is spellbinding. Thanks so much for sharing!"
Thrice published author and retired health care executive
"Thank you for sharing your story. You're a very courageous and sacrificing woman.
I support your vision."
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the sound produced in a person's larynx and uttered through the mouth, as speech or song.
a particular opinion or attitude expressed.
And we all have a voice! So what I am offering you is an opportunity to share yours. Nerve wracking? Yes. Forcing you to remember? Yes. Have you actually ever forgotten?
Written from your safe space, in your own time, and when you are satisfied, you may send it to me, and I will "publish" it for you on this page.
Because your voice matters.
My eBook, Diamonds, War & Cookies, is a look at some of what I experienced with Domestic Violence, how I got out, and how I've moved on...or not...since then.
There are no awards. No medals of honor for bravery. No consolation prize. No merit badge or gold watch.
We just left. Our minds imploding as we tried to justify why.