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No One Could Know

Surprisingly, No One Could Know is actually a funny book—at least in the beginning. Many have said, “I laughed, I cried, I got mad, and I even learned a little as I read your book.” While most all names have been changed, every story in No One Could Know is my gut-wrenchingly honest account of my life…my personal struggle with overwhelming shame and self-loathing after an abortion—and later, rape.

So, why is a book about such things partially funny? I think that’s just how life is sometimes—it’s full of ups and downs, isn’t it? Reasons for abortion vary, but I dare say a large number take place because of the very same reason I had mine—so no one could know what was done at an inconvenient time.

When I chose abortion, I was already a Christian, but I had no idea how astounding and full of grace, forgiveness and love our awesome God is. I take ownership for my choices, but I don’t carry guilt and shame anymore, because Jesus Christ has truly set me free.

If you’ve never found yourself in such situations as I did, then likely this book will help you to be of help to someone else. But if you’re carrying excess baggage, I believe this book provides some tools to help lighten your way so you too can experience God’s compassion for yourself and walk free.

Jesus Christ said, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls…” Matthew 11:28–29 New King James Version