Thursday, October 16, 2008

A Giveaway That Keeps On Giving

I can still remember the day I walked into the clinic, asking God to forgive me, believing that this was the only answer. No, I wasn't a desperate teenager, my whole life ahead of me college student, a single mom or a married woman who had an affair. I was married and it was my husband baby but to us the timing wasn't right and our marriage was rocky. I won't touch on every detail that happened that day but when I walked out of that clinic,my life was different. At the time I couldn't have put my finger on it, I just knew that I had left a piece of me behind.

Did you know that 75% of abortions take place because a child would interfere with their lives. Sad but true. We may never be able to over turn Roe vs. Wade but there is something we can do. We can reach out to those who are hurting through a bible study that is being offered in a free giveaway over at Surrendering The Secret.

Pat Layton founder of this ministry,has her own story and desire to help women who have made this choice. No, you don't have to be post-aborted, just have the same desire as Pat to bring God's truth into their live.


Brooke said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! Good for you for sharing your heart. Through your blog you may become "God with skin" to a women in blog land is crying out for help. I'm proud of you!

Marsha said...

Thank you, Tammy for sharing your story with us! I'm so thankful you have received healing from the Lord and that you are now His vessel filled to overflowing, pouring out His healing balm on other women.

Thank you also for coming by my blog. I can tell we share many of the same passions. I'm going to enjoy being blog friends!

Blessings to you this day.

Chatty Kelly said...

Keep spreading the word, Tammy. Surely you are making a difference!

Carol said...


Wow God was speaking to me this morning about peparing me to heal from this. You have been such an inspriation to me. Thank you for all your encouragement on my blog.

I'm off to check out this book.


Cindy said...

Just stopping by to say thanks for your comments on my blog the other day.

I am feeling much better today and ready to join the living world.

Blessings, Cindy

Laura said...

That is a tough statistic to read. God is smiling on you for using your sorrow to help heal others. I think this truly is one of the toughest issues we face as Christians. How do we embrace the wounded? You are doing it, friend.

Sharon said...

I have nothing to add or say. I simply wanted you to know I read your blog today. :0)

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Pat said...

Thank you for having the courage to share you story. Rev 12:11 says that God uses our testimony to get His Kingdom work accomplished. You are a blessing and my prayers are hooked up with yours as you press on with God.

Vikki said...

oh, I wish I had seen this sooner!

Tiffany Stuart said...

Thankful you are pointing others to healing and hope.

THANK YOU! I'm on your side. I've been there as you know.