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Aubrey November 7, 2015 at 1:27 pm

Thanks Jack. Truly encouraging.

Jack Wellman November 7, 2015 at 3:41 pm

Thank you for your kind words. Truly all glory goes to God.

Carmen N November 12, 2015 at 2:13 pm

Yes. Very encouraging message. It is so difficult to fail at anything. How great to know that even one’s failure can be turned to usefulness for the glory of God.

Jack Wellman November 12, 2015 at 6:17 pm

Amen Carmen. I had much experience with failure.

Andrea Guzman November 17, 2015 at 9:04 am

“I truly believe that some ministries are birthed out of pain.” This is a quote worth tweeting. 🙂 As I navigate my post-divorce/co-parenting life, I know how very true this is. The depth of despair, fear, anger, hopelessness and loneliness I’ve felt as a result of my divorce initially paralyzed me but then the Lord began dealing with me. He gave me His Word and hope. Then He gave me community and placed in me in a loving community of believers through my church. I began counseling and I had to make a choice to forgive my ex-husband. I had to forgive myself and I had to repent of the sin lifestyle I engaged in which led to an ungodly union in the first place.

I’ve been divorced 3 years now and it’s not easy particularly because I have to co-parent but God in His awesomeness is turning things around for His honor and glory. I began a twitter account called healfromdivorce and I love providing biblical truths which help people heal from hurts and hang-ups. I’m not a seminary student nor a lay pastor…I’m just a girl from NYC who loves Jesus and wants to share what He’s doing for me. How He is turning my pain to purpose for His glory.

Jack Wellman November 17, 2015 at 12:13 pm

What a powerful testimony my sister in Christ. How encouraging! Praise God and I thank God for women of faith like you who persevere in the dark nights of the soul, the shadowy valleys, and still turn that pain for God’s glory to be displayed. Thank you my fellow heir in Christ.

Deborah Young April 14, 2018 at 3:08 pm

Thank you for your message from God it really hits home ,but with different situations in my life . Meant a lot to me . I look back a lot and see how all the bad I’ve been through God has used it in his will for me in his plans . I’ve grown up wonderful with God and still want to see what he sees & use my hands as his to do his work .





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