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We did it! We have survived the mental strain of unpacking our past pain and trauma, the emotional ups and downs, and the spiritual revival of our soul—all of which have strengthened our foundation for lifelong healing. Through this unraveling process, we have learned how to manage love, sex, and relationships. But our journey doesn’t end here.

This is a new beginning. A new way of walking out our health with the tools and mindset for lasting change. Living every day with our focus on the pursuit of healthy relationship with God and others. We cannot do this alone. We need to continue our healing in community.

How is God calling us to use our healing for others? For some of us, it may include going through this study again as a leader or co-leader. Perhaps God is calling us to invest in our marriage through personal counseling or a study for couples. Maybe God is calling us to take this curriculum beyond our church, to women in our community who desperately need God’s healing grace.

God brought us to a place of healing not just for us, but for others so the glory and grace of God would be evident in our lives. As we continue to walk the path of lifelong healing—taking one step at a time, one day at a time—may God open our eyes to where we need to pass along the hope and grace of His healing in our lives.

I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit. ROMANS 15:13 NLT