Leaving my abusive husband was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. In public, everyone knew him as a "Christian" man and a "good" husband. I didn't get much support from friends or the community because no one knew what he was like behind closed doors. Rachel Everhart not only shared her story with me, but encouraged me to listen to God, not other's because He was truly the only one that understood my pain and suffering. It's been 5 years since my divorce and I am still healing, but I now know that I'm not alone. God can give me the peace, joy, and understanding to forgive and move on with my life. Thank you Rachel!
Tracey Halbert -Arkansas
If you or anyone you know is dealing with domestic violence please get in touch with Rachel. I am very good friends with her, I met her through Casie Howard at Kindred Hospital. Rachel was Casie's nurse and through God's intervention was with us the night she passed away. Please, listen to this brief excerpt from her interview and share, share, share this clip so the right people can get Godly help to escape from, recover after and thrive in spite of domestic violence. Her whole story is quite amazing and proves God' love for us over and over.
Rhonda H. Tripp - Texas
About the domestic violence video...
Brought tears to my eyes as I remembered back to what I went through growing up. I didn't know Jesus then. I know that hopelessness you spoke of. I also can relate to talents being buried but not gone. Well done Rachel. Wow!
Cyndi Powell - Indiana
One day I went to the local library to print something out and ran in to a perfect stranger. I was struggling with my own issues and she ministered to me right there. She made me look at things totally different in a very short time. Whenever I get down or think the "old way" I always think about Rachel and how far she has come. I still look forward to her Facebook posts of faith. I am thankful for her and that we have stayed in touch after the day we met at the library. She was there for a reason!
Anonymous - Texas