User : bcrawford14
I am a testimony in ever since of the word. I am an overcomer in every sense. I was born to a teenage mother and at that very moment I was a statistic. I spent my life trying to fight the stereotypes that had been attached to me at birth. I experienced homelessness; molestation; rape; abuse; abandonment; and pain all by age of 8. I wouldn't allow that to stop me so I decided I would continue to fight.
Education was my outlet; graduating high school a year early; and accepted to 22 different colleges and universities but told I wasn't allowed to go was the moment I realized that my life would never be like anyone else. I knew that there was a greater purpose for my life and the enemy was doing everything in his power to keep me from it. I fought to get to college where I had the worse experiences. I was in a domestic violence relationship; homeless; and struggling trying to pay school off and graduate.
After being married to the love of my life, I allowed the toxicity of my past to affect my marriage and my mental state; but I knew I continue allow that to be my story anymore. I no longer wanted my story to be full of pain; turmoil and brokenness. I knew that God had designed and called me to so much more than this.
I am a survivor, a victor, but most importantly I am an Overcomer! After experiencing grief, abuse, self-esteem issues, depression and the fear of failure and success, I decided that there had to be more! I know there was purpose for my pain and God had given me the power to walk in it. So, I decided I would walk in Purpose and Power and God would give me the prosperity out of obedience.
Being A Survivor means it didn't kill you! Being the Victor means You Live to Tell the Story!
But, Being an Overcomer Means its all working to make you Everything you were created to Be!!
I no longer want women to operate in Broken pieces and places but to be whole and experience everything God designed you to be!!!!!!
To get to that place, You have to "Clean Out Your Closet!"Visit Website