Good Monday friends,

I am in sunny California this week being Nana to Amaya and Leilani and cooking up a storm for my daughter and her husband to have meals to eat for the next few weeks. I've decided for this week to share a video on a question and answer session I did at a women's retreat last year. The question that's asked is: How do you respond when someone hurts you? What is a Christian to do?

Thanks for all your prayers over the last month. I did make it through and I give Him all the glory for the strength He gave me.

Click here to watch video

1 Comment

  1. elisa.lu on October 23, 2011 at 2:53 am

    Wow! The wisdom you shared in this 3 minute clip is right on. So many people settle for unhealthy relationships because it is easier. I know God has higher calling for my life – and all Christians – to love others well. Thank you, Leslie.

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