Find Hope

Homeless. Sleeping in a car with my newborn.

Shauna

I slept in the car one night with my newborn baby. That was one of those “God, why me” moments.

Anger and porn addictions.

Paul B.

I knew better. I was raised better, but once I started and the more I did it the deeper into it I got.

Lost my job and almost my wife before admitting the problem.

Hugh

One of the women was a employee at work. The Board of Directors called me in. After questioning me about this they terminated my employment, effective immediately.

After three generations of sexual abuse, found acceptance from a Christian community.

Scott L

I was addicted to pornography, I was addicted to masturbation. I was addicted to sex. I was also a heterosexual male

Confused kid. Part of me enjoyed the sexual abuse.

Josh S

I remember of walking on a bridge in New York City, hearing an evil presence. As I looked over the edge of the bridge I heard a voice say, “Jump. It’ll be all over.”

I have experienced healing from many episodes of sexual abuse.

Chris D

While we were there we would have to say that the main house where my grandfather was and that is where the actual abuse occurred between me and my grandfather. My grandfather was very perverted. He did things and said things...

He loved me through the sexual abuse—then suddenly died.

Kim

One day he brought a friend with him to also have sex with me. I then realized he didn’t love me. He just thought he could use me and get sex from me.

A prostitute for years when I met my husband.

Marilyn

My husband helped me a lot. He cried. He prayed. When I would go back out and do wrong again he would come looking for me. He would forgive me.

Finding Love After Losing Everything

​Maryann

Maryann escaped a dysfunctional family through alcohol and joining the Air Force. She tried to find love in promiscuity, until she met a fighter pilot who refused her advances and changed her life instead.

Five divorces by age thirty.

Jean

By the time I was thirty I had experienced five failed marriages. I felt like I could do nothing right;