The moment that I realized I was doing something that I was meant to do and loved to do was when I was in the mountains of Guatemala, working for non-profit organization. I was surrounded by poverty, but felt more alive than I have ever been.
It was winter when I experienced the loss of my marriage. At the time, it felt like the end of the world. What surprised me about this was that God didn’t rescue me in the way that I’d expected. He didn’t bring my husband back like I thought He should.
After 33 years of marriage, my husband left me and moved in with another woman. I was left single and very alone. At the time, it felt like my life was over, I was rejected. What surprised me about this time was how real the presence of God became to me as I experienced Him as my husband. I
by Wodline Hippolyte
I am blessed to today to have both men and women in my life who aren’t afraid to share their life experiences with me. Hearing their stories allows me to make wiser life decisions, strengthens my faith, and form lasting friendships.