Transforming Others

The journey is the graceful spot

I help others because I feel a need to walk them through the same transformation that I experienced. I feel a need to help folks go from that dark, broken spot (where I was so isolated) to move forward and transition to a spot that’s filled with grace and peace.

I literally see this as a journey. What I know and feel compelled to do is share that process and that journey, and to help others walk through it, because…

I feel the need to help others be transformed, because it’s not who we are or what we do, it’s part of being healthy, whole and at peace. To be out of the broken spots, out of the grief, and out of the places that are so dark.

I feel compelled to help others be transformed. That’s why I do what I do today. You can go to my website,, hit contact, and the information is readily available for you to contact me.  To start transforming yourself.

Or you can click the “Share Your Story” tab and send it to me.

I look forward to hearing your story and knowing what your transformation is all about.

Join the dance here every Friday for #DanceWIthJesus Linkup.  Shine a light on the path you are on to encourage others who need to walk a similar path.

15 thoughts on “Transforming Others

  1. Susan, I love how you offer yourself to help others on their journey. What a blessing that you can do this. I’m all about encouraging others and I love to see how other people are doing it, too. There is a place for all of us and there are so many needs, so many hurting people. We, who have experienced God’s love and faithfulness can really have a ministry with others when we are willing to give of ourselves and share. I see you doing just that. Blessings to you!

    1. Yes ma’am the share your story place is there cuz some folks just need to tell their story to realize just how far they have come already. It’s so encouraging to see that progress!

  2. Thank you Gayl. Share your Story on my website is so folks can SEE their story. Sometimes we simply need to see how far we have come…

  3. Love your focus on the journey. Sometimes we like to think one word or one conversation changes a life, but most often (as Jesus showed us) it’s a journey of transformation, begun by a moment! Visiting today from #RaRaLinkup 🙂

    1. Thank you Katy. It’s been a journey for me for sure and looking back helps me see just how far I’ve come. Figure other folks may wanna reflect on their progress front time to time too, Appreciate your encouragemt!

  4. It’s inspiring to know there are women like you, Susan, opening yourself up, and reaching out to welcome others into their new journey of grace… so glad I stopped by from the #livefreeThursday linkup!

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