Write Where It Hurts

Memories are powerful. Negative memories, toxic. Over the years, God (in His grace) led me to a unique coping mechanism that helped me reconcile some pretty painful wounds. Many of us have used journaling as a form of self-therapy but if often amounted to little more than unburdening. I’m talking about much more than that. Without divine intervention, journaling in itself doesn’t lead to a genuine healing connection.

The Write Where It Hurts journal features one hundred days (200 pages) of perspective-changing writing prompts along with inspiring quotes to lead you on a journey of truth. Learn how to reconcile painful life experiences with God’s purpose for your life.