The Journey

This is the true story of my journey from domestic violence to freedom. The journey is metaphorical but the events that led to me finally escaping my abusive situation are very real. It is told in a powerful and engaging way and the purpose is to help others who are being abused to summons the courage to escape from violence and choose freedom for lives. Especially women of faith. My faith background is rooted in Christianity and unfortunately there are many leaders in the Christian church who are encouraging women to pray harder, have more faith, and stay in an abusive marriage in order to “save the marriage.” This may sound absurd but it is a reality. This film is a rebuttal to that preaching and although it should not be controversial, it is. A second purpose is to help those who have watched someone they love remain in a violent relationship gain understanding. Anyone who is being abused, has been abused, or loves someone who is living in domestic violence will be profoundly moved by this film.

I Met The Perfect Man

Not long ago I was in a world of hurt. I was completely isolated and overwhelmed with despair. I would often be in my pajamas at six o’clock in the evening, laying in bed, staring at the ceiling, wondering how my life had turned out the way it had turned…

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Hello, My Name is Jesus

  Hello. My name is Jesus. I understand that my name is usually associated with a particular religion called Christianity, and so if you belong to a different religion you may think that I have no business being in your life. But I have not come to talk about religion.…

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Behind the Scenes

A rainbow appears over the home of someone who is trying to get free from abuse. She has been praying and God has given her an answer: Don't belive those lies, a life of abuse is not my will for you. Trust me, and I will rescue you.

Behind the Scenes She lies on her bed and cries as she replays the last incident over and over again in her mind. He goes about his business as if nothing happened. Back to the office, to the gym, to the little league game, or to the church meeting. Her…

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You Are Not Alone

Jennifer Faith surfs with Jesus.

I just want to make sure you know that I see you there.  I am sorry that you have to walk on eggshells and that you are so scared all the time.  It breaks my heart to see you suffer this way.  This is not the life I had planned…

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