Be Bold Live Free
Be Bold Live Free
Episode 2, Anna LeBaron, Part 2

We pick up our discussion with Anna LeBaron about how Christian women often feel an extra layer of guilt and shame when thinking about leaving a marriage to an abusive person. Listen as Anna breaks this down based on biblical principles.

Anna shares that when there is abuse in a marriage it is absolutely not what God wants. Though many of us stay out of a sense of guilt that we haven’t prayed enough or tried hard enough and because we feel it would be shameful, as a Christian wife, to leave.

As our conversation progresses, it becomes clear that there is a pattern evident in each step of growth and healing Anna experienced: she had mentors, friends, and counselors, sent by God, who were speaking wisdom into her life. The results of which helped her to become the strong and confident person she is today.

Find out how Anna compares her journey to that of the growth of an apple seed so that now her life is producing fruit. Because God lifted her out of abusive situations repeatedly to not only heal her, but to equip her to help others.

Anna says, “There is only one time in your life when you can actually change something and create a life for yourself that you actually want to live. It is the immediate now. There is nothing you can do about things past, or control what will happen in the future. The only time you have is right now, with your next breath.”

It could be a decision to make an appointment with a professional counselor. Or calling a friend you trust who is a safe person. Your decision to open your heart to a safe person can change the trajectory of your life. 

“My hope for your listeners is they will create a redemption story for themselves.”

And to that is say, “Yes, with God, all things are possible.”  (Matthew 19:26)    

About Anna LeBaron

One of more than fifty children of infamous, polygamist cult leader, Ervil LeBaron, Anna LeBaron endured abandonment, horrific living conditions, child labor, and sexual grooming. At age thirteen, she escaped the violent cult, gave her life to Christ, and sought healing. A gifted communicator and personal growth activist, she’s passionate about helping others walk in freedom. Anna lives in the DFW Metroplex and loves being Mom to her five grown children.

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