Beauty From Pain

Beauty From Pain - Anchor Of Promise


As parents of teens in crisis, all we see is pain.  That pain is evident through our teen’s struggles and hurts, through their mental illness, disorders, and addictions.  We also see that same pain directed towards us through the avenues of their behavior.   It is often very difficult to handle and we get emotionally and mentally weak and tired of the battle.  It’s seems as if hope is too far away for us to have.

  For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth

comparing with the

glory that is to be revealed to us.

Romans 8:18

The good news is that God already knows the end result from your teen’s pain.  No matter how bad or agonizing the situation is, or how devastating the circumstances are, God is BIGGER than those things.  I never thought I would see beauty from my teen’s many crises.  For five struggling years of depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and attempts, body issues, identity problems, dealing with the occult, generational problems, drug overdose, and more….God took all of those things and changed them around for HIS glory.  I prayed and cried many times for the pain to stop… for our teen…for us.

God in His faithfulness proved to me that by calling out to Him, He does answer in His timing.  He IS and ALWAYS will be the author of my teen’s life.

Slowly, through prayer and seeking God’s wisdom and guidance, we started to see changes in our teen’s heart, mind, and spirit.  Holding onto the Word of God, praying the scriptures, laying our teen at His feet because our teen belonged to the Lord, the metamorphosis began.  And so it will be for your teen or young adult too.  God loves you and looks to heal your broken family.  Nothing is impossible to HIM!

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  1. Vintage Mama on May 10, 2016 at 10:26 am

    Hi Stacy – we’ve featured this post on the Ruby for Women blog today and will be sharing it over on the new Ruby for Women community site: Would love to have you stop by – it’s a great place to connect with other Christian women. Hope to see you at the conference this year! Hugs, Nina

    • Stacy Lee Flury on May 10, 2016 at 1:22 pm

      Wonderful and thank you! I will definitely stop by and visit the new site. Blessings!

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