Welcome to freedom that matters!
Welcome to freedom that matters!
What is your definition of freedom?
My definition of freedom shows in my own life.
I’ve grown out of being this insecure girl who is feeling rejected, fearful and without proper identity. I’ve grown into the woman of destiny I am today.
I have found freedom from many of the things that held me back.
Freedom from many of the lies and deceptions in my mind that held me captive and robbed me from many experiences and opportunities in my life.
In that search for freedom, I learned that freedom is not equal to doing what we want. Freedom doesn’t mean to eliminate any limits, structures, laws, values and moral compasses.
Therefore, this website is about freedom – and also about truth.
Contrary to the saying that „truth hurts“ I believe that truths doesn’t hurt – the lie we believe behind the truth does. Truth always sets us free.
Freedom comes when we break free from the lies about God, ourselves and the world that holds us captive.
In the next few months, I will upload a new article every other week. These articles will be about
Freedom with self (body, soul, spirit)
Freedom with others (family, friends, work, etc)
Freedom from dependencies (anything around the subject of dependencies)
Freedom with God (subjects touching God, religion and true freedom)
Discover the Articles!
Feeling or Identity – that difference will change your life
It is difficult to get rid of something you think is part of you. In this video share my journey from believing that this feeling was my identity to the understanding that this a feeling, as real it is can be - is not who I am, not my identity - and how this...
What Easter means to me – Video
In this video, I share some thoughts about Easter and explain what a PowerPoint presentation made in 2002 has to do with it. Mentioned song: Parce qu'il vit Music in the video: On the cross
What we can learn from Ruth’s story
How are you doing? How is life in this special time where Covid 19 is the main topic, influencing every aspect of society and personal life? Soon we will get into Easter break which is a good thing: that means we can slow down with our homeschooling and invest more...
How to stay calm in testing times
Last week I received a voicemail from a friend in Seattle – we live 5000 miles apart, with a time difference of 8 hours. I was amazed however, how our lives look very similar right now. Both of us entered into the realm of home schooling our kids, our daily life is...
Encouraging Thoughts Concerning our Current Situation
At first I thought there was enough being said on the topic...But I notice how most of the news contribute to the insecurity, uncertainty and the resulting fear and panic.Therefore I would like to encourage you with this short video and contribute to security, and...
My Journey of the last decade and what I learned from it
This past decade has been an amazing journey that turned into a passionate adventure I would never want to miss. I got married, gave birth to 4 babies, we (I) settled down by buying the house Benny grew up in, we became owners of our own business, we started this blog...
The secret of true freedom
More than 15 years ago I had an assignment to complete: The task was: To choose a picture out of several magazines and write down: 1.which person of the picture represents you 2.which person do you want to become I chose the picture you see here.I wrote down: 1. I...
“I thought that this was love” – how to make the difference between love and codependency
As I wrote in the last article, I had to learn the difference between codependency and love the hard way. In fact, I didn’t even know that there was a difference between the two. I knew the word “codependency” but never made the parallel to my own life.Today, all...
Open letter to the guy that broke my heart
Dear friend, For a long time, you and “our story” was buried inside me like the wreck of the Titanic on the bottom of the sea – forgotten and invisible, yet part of my story, my past. Even years later, it was very difficult for me to dive to the depth of the sea to...
My father – and how I learned to honor him
When I think of my father today, I see a man who is very upright. Someone who would always give his best. He would never do something he knows would be wrong. His moral standards are very, very high. For years, he worked in a job he actually hated, in order to feed...
“I wouldn’t want you to be my secretary“
These were the words of a professional, who is without a secretary at the moment. I love what this person does. That's why I told him I would love to help out but didn't think I was the right person for this job.That’s when he told me: “I wouldn’t want you to be my...
How to break free from poisonous Pedagogy today
In today’s article we will explore some more the subject of poisonous pedagogy. Then I will share with you how today I am able to recognize the pattern of poisonous pedagogy and how I am able to choose new ways and apply a new mindset for how I view God, how I see my...
An essay about Poisonous Pedagogy back in time and Today
Regardless of the season of my life, I have always had one final goal in mind: I wanted to be able to start a family. Not just any family. I longed for a healthy family. I knew, even in the years of "rebellion", while I was questioning all the values and things taught...
How to quit spending time and energy in things you have no ability to change.
There are situations in life that can feel overwhelming. They are frustrating, preoccupying. Situations that make us angry, upset, sad and even depressed. They are situations like those tent vacations last October, which were supposed to be sunny and mild...
How I learned to be gracious toward myself and others
The very moment I sat down to write this article (the title already set) I got a call from a friend I love dearly. This friend told me that I’ve hurt and disappointed her in a situation that happened recently. I felt shocked. I never meant to hurt her! I had plenty...
From ashes to beauty – 8 factors that bring change into your life.
I am very excited to write my first article for this website. Excited, because there is so much gratefulness and compassion in me, when I look back to where I came from and where I stand today. Compassion because I remember very well where I come from. I...