There are thousands of women who need to be in a Love Junkies small discipleship group but due to limited financial resources simply cannot justify the expense.
- Young women on college campuses around the country, trying to stay pure but surrounded by constant temptation.
- Single mothers struggling to raise their children alone.
Many others are in vulnerable positions due the side effects of toxic relationships—addictions, abuse, and incarceration:
- Women trapped in domestic violence or abusive situations
- Victims of human trafficking
- Incarcerated women
The world has lots of advice to offer them, but if they don’t learn how to apply God’s truth in relationships, they’ll stay stuck in the toxic love rut.
That’s why in 2015 I started Living Soul, a tax exempt 501-(c)3 non-profit dedicated to empowering others to live soul-healthy lives.
So far, many generous contributors have made it possible for women on college campuses, in counseling centers, abuse shelters and prisons to be able to study under the leadership of compassionate mentors. I am so thankful for all who contributed to support this campaign. I wish I could list everyone who made a donation, but I do want to recognize a few very generous supporters, both to this campaign and previous unsolicited donations. Their contributions will have a domino effect to empower other women to become soul healthy:
Mo Anderson, Vice Chair of Keller Williams
Cheryl Austin, Simply Splendid Vacations
Sharon Freeny, Whiz Kids
Thank you so much for believing in my mission to help women become soul healthy and build Godly relationships.
Women who lead Love Junkies groups will have access to a leader’s kit complete with other resources that will equip them to lead effective discipleship groups.
If you would like to learn more about Living Soul or make a tax deductible donation to help supply resources for other groups please visit Living Soul.