Christian Women Can Overcome Abuse and Domestic Violence

1 in 3 women experience abuse in their lifetime. However, Native American women are abused 4 times the national average, and they are 10 times more likely to be murdered.

Abuse and Domestic Violence are the least talked about, addressed, and provided with resources pandemic in the Christian church today.

The cost of intimate partner violence exceeds $8.3 billion per year. Medical costs, physical and mental, make up for 70% of the total.

Between 21-60% of victims of abuse lose their jobs due to reasons stemming from the abuse. 73% of them are harassed at work.

The first women’s shelter was established in 1973!

Welcome,

 

Can We Talk About What You Face Every Day?

 

  • Afraid of what mood your husband will be in and tired of the anxiety tying knots in your stomach.
  • Depressed by the degrading words, emotional abandonment, isolation, physical pain, and distorted love from your husband.
  • Discouraged because you believe you have no options in your abusive marriage that won’t disappoint God.

 

“I know first-hand how exhausting and difficult it is to wake up facing these realities because I spent thirteen years in an abusive Christian marriage. Every day I tried to fix myself, so my husband would love me, in an attempt to save my marriage, and to prevent disappointing God as a wife.

 

I assumed my husband’s demands, expectations, and actions were God’s intention for my marriage because I believed my painful past experiences and messages instead of searching for God’s truth. My journey of healing prepared me to be a champion for abused women and to develop a healing path centered in Christ’s grace.

 

My life’s story is proof you are not forgotten or alone. You can be healed from the fear, helplessness, and pain of abuse through God’s transforming grace. You can live in God’s design of love and marriage—safe, secure, and loved.”

 

Join Darla’s fight against abuse. Subscribe to her email list below and receive a FREE download:  4 Key Aspects Multiplying Abuse and Troubled Marriages

 

Equip, fortify, and empower the women in your care by booking Darla for your next event.

Testimonials

“I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop! I loved how honest and open Darla was about sharing her difficult times of her life and how God walked her through it. It really helped me see that God transformed her life and gave me hope that he’s able to do that for all of us. I also loved how she shared scriptures to build us up! Darla was energetic, funny, and real! The best combination!

Lisa Swinney

“Every writer strives to convey his or her message in a manner that not only gets relevant information across, but evokes the reader’s emotions; Her writing style is informative, persuasive and socially meaningful.”

Simon Temple

“Darla is an engaging speaker that has the love of Jesus pouring out of her life and voice. She brings the whole group to a greater understanding of themselves and how the Lord can work through them by getting to the meat of the subject. She makes me smile and want to move closer to the Lord.”

Bobbi Magers

Executive Financial Officer

“Darla has been given the gift of hearing and understanding the struggles of women. She quickly discerns the core problem and speaks the truth. She offers wisdom based on the spiritual guidance of the Holy Spirit.”

Beth Allen

Professional Flautist

“Darla’s spirit draws you to her as she shares her passion to empower people to connect to God in a deeper way. Darla is an endearing, enthusiastic, transparent speaker. You get the impression that God is using her as His warrior on Planet Earth!”

Carine Pearson

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