Story to inspire at Christian Outreach lunch
YVONNE Jones has a remarkable story to tell and one that is set to inspire attendees at a ladies luncheon, this Saturday, October 26.
Ms Jones is someone who for many years felt like a victim as a result of being molested and sexually abused as a child.
No one would believe her and she rebelled against a strict religious upbringing and became pregnant in her teens.
She was forced to leave her home and community and to adopt out her son, whom she was later able to find.
Ms Jones’ experiences led to a life of broken relationships and marriages.
She also survived two encounters with cancer and the accompanying treatments and surgery.
However, Ms Jones does not feel like a victim of her circumstances. Instead she feels like a victor who has conquered them and continues to lead a fulfilling life. Her faith in God is the basis of this. At present Ms Jones enjoys helping others as a practitioner of alternative therapies.
She has also worked at a women’s shelter and her desire is to spend the rest of her life helping wounded women and children who have been hurt and abused through the circumstances of life.
Ms Jones will be speaking at the luncheon at the Best Western Colonial Palms Motor Inn at 11am on October 26.
For more information or to book, phone 0548 484 377. There is no cost to attend.