complete restoration defeats complete devastation …


written by Kudakwashe Nyakudya Each area of life has an impact on the others. Hence when one area, like emotional health, is compromised, every other area suffers because of that. In Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) however, it is normal for more than one area to be devastated at any given time. In my own personal experience, … Continue reading complete restoration defeats complete devastation …

restoration is not selective


Most times when we focus on “restoration” from Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA), we examine what perpetrators did and how our lives became totally crushed because of their actions. That is the one part of what we are walking out of, as we launch into restoration. But there is another part. That part has to do with … Continue reading restoration is not selective