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I Have a Voice: Miguel

Miguel’s video focus’ on healing and returning to faith after suffering physical, spiritual and emotional abuse.
The I Have a Voice Video Project is set to help survivors of abuse:

  • Recognize the abuse they have suffered and bring it out of the darkness and into the light.
  • Understand they are not alone and the abuse they have endured does not define the person that they are; and
  • Overcome being a victim and realize the full potential of their lives.

For more information visit www.hopefulheartsministry.com
Video #4 of 6

I Have a Voice: Laura

Laura was shot by her husband with a shotgun in the stomach and survived. She gives a VOICE to the real danger of domestic violence. It isn’t always physical – the verbal and emotional abuse can lead to great tragedy.
The I Have a Voice Video Project is set to help survivors of abuse:

  • Recognize the abuse they have suffered and bring it out of the darkness and into the light.
  • Understand they are not alone and the abuse they have endured does not define the person that they are; and
  • Overcome being a victim and realize the full potential of their lives.

For more information visit www.hopefulheartsministry.com
Video #5 of 5

I Have a Voice: Holly

Emotionally abused and neglected as a child which led to a cycle of abusive adult relationships, Holly speaks out and shares her story.
The I Have a Voice Video Project is set to help survivors of abuse:

  • Recognize the abuse they have suffered and bring it out of the darkness and into the light.
  • Understand they are not alone and the abuse they have endured does not define the person that they are; and
  • Overcome being a victim and realize the full potential of their lives.

For more information visit www.hopefulheartsministry.com
Video #3 of 5

I Have a Voice: Shannon

Shannon’s “I Have a Voice” video focus’ on healing and the many facets of forgiveness.
The I Have a Voice Video Project is set to help survivors of abuse:

  • Recognize the abuse they have suffered and bring it out of the darkness and into the light.
  • Understand they are not alone and the abuse they have endured does not define the person that they are; and
  • Overcome being a victim and realize the full potential of their lives.

For more information visit www.hopefulheartsministry.com
Video #2 of 5

I Have a Voice: Jenna

The I Have a Voice Video Project is set to help survivors of abuse:

  • Recognize the abuse they have suffered and bring it out of the darkness and into the light.
  • Understand they are not alone and the abuse they have endured does not define the person that they are; and
  • Overcome being a victim and realize the full potential of their lives.

For more information visit www.hopefulheartsministry.com
Video #1 of 6

I Have a Voice

about shannon4In April of 2013 with the support and expertise of INFINITUDE CREATIVE GROUP (based in Dallas, Tx) Hopeful Hearts Ministry was given the blessing to launch its first ‘Abuse Awareness Project’ to spread awareness and hope from one survivor to another.

The “I Have a Voice” YouTube video’s are personal stories of survivors who have survived various forms of abuse in their lifetime (domestic, sexual, incest, rape, neglect, emotional and verbal).  The video’s show the power a survivor has when given the chance to give a VOICE to their story that was once kept hidden in shame and guilt.

“I Have a Voice” is about recognizing you are not alone, that the abuse does not define you however by surviving what we’ve lived through we are empowered to move forward.

http://www.shannonmdeitz.com/i-have-a-voice-videos

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The “I Have a Voice” YouTube video’s are personal stories of survivors who have survived various forms of abuse in their lifetime (domestic, sexual, incest, rape, neglect, emotional and verbal).  The video’s show the power a survivor has when given the chance to give a VOICE to their story that was once kept hidden in shame and guilt.

Screen Shot 2014-04-01 at 9.45.44 AM“I Have a Voice” is about recognizing you are not alone, that the abuse does not define you however by surviving what we’ve lived through we are empowered to move forward.

http://www.shannonmdeitz.com/i-have-a-voice-videos