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He Won’t Leave Me Alone. Now What?

By Leslie Vernick | March 27, 2024 |

Morning friend, Thanks so much for your prayers. The trip to Korea with my daughter couldn’t have gone better. We were greeted with lots of love, and it was wonderful for her to meet her birth parents, siblings, nephew and niece, aunts and uncles and her 90-year-old grandfather. I also got to spend quality time with one of our CONQUER…

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Red Flags in Long Distance Romances

By Leslie Vernick | March 6, 2024 |

Morning friend, Tomorrow (Thursday), I am off to Seoul, Korea to accompany my precious adopted daughter as she meets her biological parents and sisters for the first time. I’d appreciate your prayers. It will be a life-changing experience for both families.   A mom’s heart is always for her children no matter how old they are. Thanks for the robust responses…

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How to Heal Through a Painful Story

By Leslie Vernick | December 20, 2023 |

Morning friends, We are starting our six-month coaching group Empowered to Change in January. Most of us probably have spent some time thinking about a few ways we’d like the New Year to be different. Every year, people treat the new year like it’s a magical time where you can start to eat better, sleep better, exercise more, and achieve…

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Finding Hope and Healing: Praying for a Godly Husband After Divorce

By LeAnne Parsons | October 4, 2023 |

In the quiet of the night, on the dawn of a bright sunrise, or at the most inconvenient times, loneliness creeps in. It’s natural to long for companionship and the warmth of a loving relationship. For Christian women who have faced the trials of emotional abuse, divorce, and betrayal, this longing can be especially heartbreaking. Loneliness can be both a…

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How Do I Let Go of My Fantasy Husband Without Lowering My Standards?

By Leslie Vernick | April 5, 2023 |

Morning friend, I hope by now you are signed up for our webinar next week, “How Long Should You Keep Trying: And How Will You Know Changes Are Real?” An interesting question popped into my mailbox this week. It doesn’t have to do with a destructive marriage but is an important question, nonetheless.  Question: How do you help women eliminate…

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Flowers Are Not Enough

By LeAnne Parsons | December 21, 2022 |

Hello my friends! Coach LeAnne here, I love this time of year. The beauty and the brokenness of it all. I cherish the birthday celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the many opportunities to share love, joy, peace, and hope with those we care most about, and it is also a time to mourn, remember and honor…

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Help I Don’t Want to Make the Same Mistakes

By LeAnne Parsons | September 28, 2022 |

Hey friend, this is Coach LeAnne Parsons and I’m going to be answering this week’s question. I’ve been on Leslie’s team for 2 ½ years now, and I am passionate and committed to walking with women as they grow in relationship with themselves, God, and others. Together, we reclaim our voices and our brave in the relationships that matter most to us.…

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My Daughter Is Dating A Boy She’s Crazy About

By Leslie Vernick | March 23, 2022 |

Morning friend, Today’s question is a little different in that it is a parenting question from a concerned parent. If you have worried about your daughter’s dating partner, or if your parents did or said something that helped you wake up to the danger in your dating relationship, please share with this woman to help her get through to her…

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What’s the Difference Between a Difficult, Disappointing and Destructive Marriage?

By Leslie Vernick | December 14, 2016 |

Morning friends, Sheesh, I can’t believe Tuesday snuck up on me already. We had such a terrific response to our webinar and subsequent videos, The Three Lies Women Believe that Keep them Stuck, Afraid and Miserable. If you’re interested in joining our six month coaching program starting in January, you can get more information by clicking here. I thought it…

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