After brain surgery Julie Woodley had incredible encounters with our Lord. She wrote about those divine intimate encounters in this devotional, which she is so excited to announce it is
Trauma leaves deep wounds. Whether it’s the trauma of physical abuse, a devastating illness, relational loss, or a life-changing accident, the survivor typically has a deep sense of brokenness, and sometimes shame, even though she did not do anything wrong. The unrelenting pain and self-condemning thoughts shatter her confidence: “You’re not as strong as you thought; you’re not as good as you thought; you’re not as indestructible.”
In her new book, Broken and Beautiful: 31 Days from Healing to Joy, author and certified trauma counsellor Julie Woodley offers readers a month-long day-by-day path to honesty, restoration, and hope. “Brokenness is not the end, but a new beginning, for those who allow Jesus to reshape their shattered selves into something wonderful and full of His grace,” Julie says.
“Walk with me as I share my day-to-day struggles, victories, and moments of clarity on this path with the Re-Creator of My Heart.”
Julie Woodley has walked through several lifetimes of trauma, starting with childhood sexual abuse in her home and family, sexual trafficking, post-abortion trauma, head injury, cancer and divorce. While such tremendous pain creates deep scarring of a person’s identity, Julie has learned that by trusting the One who was scarred on our behalf, the hardships and turmoil have the potential to transform the hurt person into something beautiful. Like a translucent piece of sea glass polished by the unrelenting waves of innumerable tides, Christ can shape the wounded person into someone lovely to behold.
Broken and Beautiful: 31 Days from Healing to Joy
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