At an early age I developed feelings of inadequacy. I was adopted at the age of three. My life was full of rejection and despair.
In 2006, I graduated from Life Challenge for the first time. I was given the knowledge and skills to do the right things but I didn’t choose to do them. It didn’t take long before I was back on drugs. This time it was harder and more destructive. I became a hopeless heroin addict. I hated who I was and feared being around the people who loved me. Once again, pride had a hold of me. I thought the only way out was suicide, but God intervened.
God had never left me and I felt his presence. I re-entered Life Challenge in August 2011, humble and ready to let God heal me. I completed my restoration in May 2012. I am now serving as an intern, anxious to give back to the women who are hurting and broken.