If you’re familiar with my background, you might think this is the website of a lawyer.  But I was a writer long before I ever became a lawyer.

Before that, I was for years a victim of child molestation.  That fact doesn’t define me.  It’s just the springboard I’ve used to propel myself forward.

And that really is my point.  We are, all of us, more than our labels, more than our circumstances, more than the pain we may have endured.

This website is a way for me to make that point, to comment on abuse-related issues, and to share my faith.

I hope you’ll join me…and find your own voice.



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138 responses to “Home

  1. livenewlive

    What a tuff time Im sure keep up the awarness I think there is a strong need for more attention nice job.

  2. Thank you for being a voice. Many are blessed by your blog, I am sure. Especially those who may be trapped in circumstances or silence, but at least have access to the Internet. Praying for you and your blog. God loves you!

  3. 100 percent behind you Anna xo

  4. Anna, I have great admiration for you, for having the courage and the voice to share the atrocities that you’ve been through. You serve as an inspiration to so many. Thank you. And, your faith is a testament to your inner strength.

  5. Anna, you’re truly a saint for the suppressed, the underprivileged, the abused—- in a time that literally worsens by the day. Your pen is mightier than sword. With your drive, your words serve as a hope, a glimmer of light for a failing society. With each post, it’s an outstretched hand for everyone seeking help. Thank you for all that you do and say and believe in.

    • I wish I deserved such high praise, Lance. But thank you for the encouragement. This world of ours can be a sad place. No one of us alone can change it. Together though we can make a difference, can shed light in dark places. The temptation may be to despair. God, however, remains sovereign. In the end, He will prevail. We can rely on that.

  6. Leo

    Hi Anna, I read your book: An Evangelical on the Left loved every second of it. I can relate to your views and I happen to have survived mild child abuse myself. In my culture, it is considered normal to hit kids…

    • Thank you for your feedback on the book, Leo! Though great minds can differ on the subject, there is a distinction between mild corporal punishment and outright physical abuse. Children need discipline in some form. This can, however, be taken to an extreme. It is not appropriate to inflict physical injuries like burns or bruises on a child. It is not appropriate to deprive children of necessary food or shelter, by way of punishment for an infraction. All discipline should be tempered with love.

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