Bloom in the Dark
Bridges with Paula Mosher Wallace
Author Paula Mosher Wallace is the president of Bloom In The Dark, Inc, a Christian charity devoted to encouraging women who have been through pain, abuse, and personal darkness. On today's episode of Bridges, she describes her journey of becoming an "ex-victim." Paula also shares stories about her book, "Bloom In The Dark: True Stories of Hope and Redemption."
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