Do you always find yourself looking for stories that you can relate to? Issues and concerns that you seem to be facing? Are you looking for stories of encouragement and inspiration? Breathe Again Magazine will bring these inspirational stories to life in our magazine, giving women a voice.
(New) Let Me Heal You The Way I Want To! by Stephanie Walker
LORD! I DON’T WANT TO GO TO THIS CHURCH; THESE PEOPLE GET ON MY LAST NERVE! DO YOU HEAR ME JESUS?
Walk into your Season by Gail Davis
Grace and peace,
I want to share this nugget with you that the Lord spoke to me concerning the seasons and our position in the process.
(New) Beat Breast Cancer With a Vegan Diet – You Can Too!
As a breast cancer survivor, I’m particularly interested in studies showing the connection between breast cancer and diet.
Change Your Heart, Change Your Body
It was the most frightening moment of my life. There I was, 38 years old, standing in my living room with my hand over my heart.
(New) “Why Are Men Silent In Relationships?”
Well ladies, I am about to shed some light on this age-old question.
For Her, But From His Point of View “Men are…”
Women all over the world have chanted, agreed, or at least considered the thought of an all-familiar motto, “All Men Are Dogs”.
(New) Never say Never
“Girl, I wouldn’t even put up with that mess.”
You’ve heard it before and most likely have said it on an occasion or two.
From Pain To Purpose By Nicole Cleveland
On April 28, 2004 I thought I would literally lose my mind. Riding in the back of the ambulance the next day, I knew I would not survive. The situation had the best of me. (Click here)
Free From Me By Nicole Cleveland
After all we’d been through, taking my husband back was the easy part. Rebuilding trust was so much harder. In January 2005 my husband and I reconciled. (Click here)
Check Out “Dear Daddy” by WAVY -TV Don Roberts
This book will make you think about your father –
has he earned the name “Daddy?”
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Sounds stupid huh? Coming out of the mouth of a 15 yr old that probably seems like the dumbest thing a teen can say. To me it isn’t. That is what I need, and that is what my mom should know to do. After all, she is my mother. But I guess she doesn’t.