Resurrection is my personal testimony of freedom and deliverance from a lifetime of compacted trauma. It is named Resurrection because I acknowledge the power of Jesus’ resurrection that has accomplished this mighty work in my life. Not only is it a testimony, but it is also a witness statement, a living record that honestly and accurately details the truth behind the traumas I suffered. After eight years of praying and pursuing God’s truth and revelation about these events, I know the power of exposing lies in order to reveal the truth.
I realise that Resurrection is not an ‘easy read’ for, in telling my account, I have had to include the severity of what I endured. However, I have prayerfully compiled this testimony with the aim of others finding light in their darkness and hope in the midst of their despair.