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ALANI's Triumphant Story of Survival

A Family Secret REVEALED: More Than a Story is a moving narrative about the sad and tragic life of a young girl. Her life turns unexpectedly triumphant in her adulthood as she understands more about her relationship with God and learns to live as a survivor of family sexual abuse.

Read about her "divine assignment" as she offers suggestions for social change toward those affected by incest whether as a victim, perpetrator, or spouse of a victim or perpetrator. After reading this story of compassion, forgiveness, and healing—all centered around the life-altering world of incest—many people find themselves surprisingly compelled to express love and empathy instead of the anticipated disdain, judgment, and condemnation many would readily extend.

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Why do People Question Accusations of Sexual Assault?

With so many people coming forward with accusations of sexual assault, lots of people are talking.  They're questioning:

"Why are so many people coming forward after such long periods of silence?"
"Why would someone stay silent for so long?"
"Could this all be true, or is there an ulterior motive?"

To address these questions and much more, twelve (12) trauma experts from around the US, Canada, and Australia will share their personal stories of abuse, silence, and healing in a new free series called, "While We Were Silent."

While We Were Silent is a can't miss series if you:

  • Suffer in silence and wish for a fuller life,
  • Are on a healing path and want to learn more about what others are doing,
  • Seek to understand what is happening in this movement,
  • Have a personal journey of triumph that you wish to share to support others,
  • Want to be a part of a community of love, acceptance, and respect.

This ground-breaking event opens the conversation to the 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men who have been sexually abused to understand themselves and the possibilities for transformation in their lives if they choose to seek healing.


Over the course of the series, we will discuss and share insights on:

  • Why people stay silent after abuse,
  • What happens during the periods of silence,
  • Significant breakthroughs that lead to healing,
  • Keys for healing that can help you break through your walls of silence and live into the fullness of your being - when you are ready,
  • What is possible for our cultures and our world when enough people shift out of the pain and into relationships of compassion, mutual respect, and harmony.

No matter where you are, you are not alone. We're here for you.

Join us for this free online interview series. You can listen online at your leisure with no expiration date.

P.S. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please help us spread a message of hope and healing. Forward this email or share the link: