Posts Tagged: Richmond domestic abuse resources

Tragedy & Forgiveness

Airing May 29, 2017 Tragedy & Forgiveness Click for details   In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey reveals a portion of her personal testimony that is generally not shared. Why tell it? So others who are in domestic violence or have gotten out, but are still stuck in it emotionally can see… Read more »

Carin’s Story of Survival

In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey shares her personal story of a life of domestic violence, and recovery. Beginning in her early forties, Casey was depressed and lonely after her children had moved out of state. Her previous relationship had failed, and she essentially turned her back on God. She was ripe for something… Read more »

Let’s Partner Together on This!

To those who have already joined me on my podcasts, thank you! For those who have not had an opportunity to tune in, I would love to have you soon. This has been such a fulfilling and inspiring journey for me as God has opened doors of opportunity for me to speak and for others… Read more »

The Lost Necklace

Three little kittens were charged by their friend, Christina, to find a lost necklace. But it wasn’t just any necklace. Christina and her daddy had specifically picked it out at a jewelry store, for a special occasion… Christina pulled her thumb out of her mouth and fluffed her hair from her face. She carefully described… Read more »


I’m having an amazing journey! After struggling, with much frustration most of last year – because my back was not receiving needed results from physical therapy, chiropractic, massage & other efforts – my doctor ordered an MRI. Oh no! MRI results revealed surgery was without doubt in my future, no real choice about it… Jesus… Read more »

How Am I to React?

Sunday morning I planned to come downstairs, fix a cup of tea and bring my geriatric sweetheart (our female lap-dog) out onto the front porch with me to enjoy some quiet time before my husband got up. Her room is also the laundry room, and when I opened her door, I found that she had… Read more »

Words of Encouragement

Writing is my passion and I am so blessed to have the opportunity to share stories and information to help others. Not only do I enjoy the art of writing – but I am committed to helping women and children who are victims of abuse and who are working through the emotions and scars that… Read more »

Senseless Tragedy

  I’ve been greatly saddened in reading the recent Richmond Times-Dispatch stories about Stafford L. Shaw Sr., who killed his girlfriend and baby, then while trying to escape the police on I-295, hit another vehicle and ultimately caused two more fatalities before his own death. Shaw had been implicated in murder of a young pregnant… Read more »

NYSUM Extreme Makeover

You Can Make A Difference! If you want to help those who have suffered from domestic violence, there’s a wonderful way! Participate in the yearly New York School of Urban Ministry’s  (NYSUM) Extreme Makeover! If you missed it this year, plan to go 2016! Or you can otherwise help the effort. Many churches participate to… Read more »

EMT Proposes to Domestic Violence Survivor

In recognition of her work as a dating and domestic violence advocate since her recovery, Melissa Dohme was invited to throw out the first pitch at Monday night’s Tampa Bay Rays baseball game against the New York Yankees. The moment became even more exciting than she had expected when the baseball she was handed read… Read more »