In April, 1861, a small group of New York City women, including 28-year-old Charlotte Waverly (inspired by Georgeanna Woolsey), decide to do something about the Union Army’s Medical Department and their unpreparedness for the war, and end up changing the course of the war, despite criticism, ridicule and social ostracism.
Quick Review of Last Week: Life-altering wrongs committed against us may never be corrected in this lifetime. But what about the times when we’ve wounded others? How can we remove the “Cain-stamped” seal on our souls–the glaring sins and blunders that have almost destroyed our lives in the past? Only God can completely remove those, but Part 2 shares two more ways to help you find healing from your past.
“Get over it!” “Move on!” “The past is gone!” How do you find healing from your past? Well-meaning friends may offer you their best unsolicited advice, but their words hurt. Why? The past still haunts you. Are new beginnings possible? Is healing a reality? How do we confidently release the past and embrace the future? How do we find the strength to “press on?”