Living Unbroken After Divorce | Tracie Miles EP 129 Past to Power

Honestly, life after divorce hurts, doesn’t it?

We know divorce is never easy. Today, on Past to Power with Amy Elaine & LaTan we’re talking to Tracie Miles of Proverbs 31 Ministries. Tracie’s new book is Living Unbroken: Reclaiming Your Heart and Your Life after Divorce.

Tracie Miles shares her Past to Power Story

Tracie Miles has been a part of Proverbs 31 Ministries since 2006 where she’s a contributing writer to Encouragement For Today. These daily devotions reach millions of women around the world everyday with encouragement from God’s Word.  Also, Tracie works full time at Proverbs 31 Ministries as the Director of COMPEL Training helping countless women pursue their publishing dreams.

Tracie is a popular best selling author of five books, all of which were birthed out of personal experiences and stories which God has used to bring pain out of purpose. Her writing brings encouragement and hope to women around the world.

Healing after Divorce Takes Time

In a recent article, Tracie wrote, ”Grief is a painful season to endure, regardless of why you are grieving, but it is necessary for the healing process to play out.”

“Grief is itself a medicine.” William Cowper, English poet and hymnodist

Tracie goes onto say, ”It (grief) cleanses our souls from anguish and helps us keep moving through the stages of healing our hearts need. Grief is the process God can use to help us arrive at a place of healing, wholeness and happiness.”

Without a doubt, Tracie shares her Past to Power story with us. Truly, one of the hardest things in this process is to stop trying to hold onto something we need to let go of. However, we know God walks through seasons of grief with us. Tracie shared that part of the grieving process is acceptance which ”opens the door to move forward.”

move forward after divorce

Divorce doesn’t mean The End

Most importantly, Tracie reminds us that “the end of your marriage isn’t the end of you.”

Finding your identity in moments of crisis can be a turning point where you turn pain into purpose. In this episode, Tracie shares her top 2 things you need to know.

  • Love yourself because God does.
  • Girl, you’re not crazy

In what feels like the end, there is hope.

Letting go of what can’t be and trusting God with your future is where healing begins. Ultimately, the takeaway from today is how to Reclaim Your Heart and Your Life After Divorce.

And, Living Unbroken is possible.

Past to Power (formerly Real Victory Radio) is here to help you GO COURAGEOUSLY and LIVE VICTORIOUSLY. Your co-hosts, Amy Elaine Martinez and LaTan Roland Murphy want you to know that your past is power in the hands of God. He turns our Past to Power everyday.

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Connect with Tracie on her website where you can learn about all of Tracie’s book.

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About Amy Elaine Martinez

Amy Elaine is an inspirational speaker, former radio show host, and gifted teacher. Her ministry is devoted to helping women with heart-shattered lives become whole again in Christ. She loves to tell the story of how Jesus made her a broken girl made whole through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. Married to the love of her life, David, Amy Elaine is a mom of two boys now young men, Sidney (25) and Gabriel(22). She also has a daughter-in-love Riley and recently became "Yia Yia" to Raelynn Rose Elaine. Recently she left her beloved Colorado mountains to play on the plains of Historic Guthrie, Oklahoma. Most days you'll find her at a local coffee shop writing or ministering across the table to a friend. Her heart's desire is to see women walk in wholeness and develop an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Living the victorious life is one of the major themes of her ministry. She's available to speak at your next women's event. You can connect with her at: