Break your silence.
Discover events and resources that empower women to share their stories and experience the freedom that comes from a lifestyle of confession.
A NEW VIEW OF CONFESSION
Every woman experiences situations in her life that fill her with secrets, steal her voice, and strip her of a purpose. She lives in silence, hoping—praying—she will find a way out. It’s only through breaking the silence that she breaks the strongholds.
Share Your Story
Confession begins with sharing your story. You must talk about the situations in life—good and bad—that have shaped and brought you to where you are today. After that, you can begin to live a lifestyle of transparency.
Find Your Voice
Situations from your past often break us. You become silent. You’re afraid to speak. Confession helps you find the courage within to share your life authentically and truthfully. In that process, you find your voice.
Discover Your Purpose
When the situations from your past keep you stuck, you can never fully embrace the present. By sharing your story, you begin to find freedom from past situations, allowing you to take responsibility for yourself and discover your purpose.
The Broken Silence Conference brings women together for authentic storytelling, uplifting entertainment, and transformative teaching from Auntie Anne Beiler on the power of confession.
STORIESX8 is a small group experience that guides women through the journey of sharing their stories, finding freedom in the process, and living the lifestyle of confession.
READ THE BLOG
Read the latest articles from our blog for stories, inspiration, and resources that help you share your own journey and live a life of freedom.
Many of us don't get too excited about change unless we know there will be no pain and everything to gain. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, “no pain, no gain”. Sometimes change can cause great pain and so we decide there will be no more changes for me. We come into...read more
There is a small painting that I have of a lion and a lamb. They are sitting together, staring off at something we can't see. They sit side by side in a field of tall grass. Whenever I see this photo of the Loin and the Lamb, I think of forgiveness. There is a passage...read more
I just read my very old devotional “God Calling” which I have used since the year 2000. In it, I have little notes about events that were significant to me at the time. As I was reading, I noticed a note I wrote in 2006 that talked about having deep concerns because...read more
There is not a one-size fits all approach to forgiveness because the magnitude of offense is different from situation to situation. So, when attempting to explain the how-to for understanding or applying forgiveness, I immediately question the magnitude of the offense...read more
Living most of my life in Pennsylvania. I’ve always enjoyed the four seasons and have very fond memories of the winter season. However, after a few months of playing games, enjoying outdoor activities like ice skating, sledding, and drinking lots of hot chocolate we...read more
Most of us have experienced things in the past year that we need to forgive so we can start this year with a clean heart. However, the old mantra “forgive and forget” needs a refresh because while forgiving is possible, forgetting is not. I love the quote, “We forgive...read more
What Other Women Are Saying
"I've learned how to replace feelings of anxiety, worry, and depression with feelings of peace, joy, and hope. The sweet taste of freedom and victory is oh-so-much better than the bitter dregs of bondage and defeat!"
“I have learned to meet people where they are. Now, I truly understand what grace is and I extend it as much as I can. When you hear someone’s story, it is impossible to be judgmental towards them because you understand them better.”
“I have been working for years to overcome and repair the wounds of my abusive childhood. Telling my story in a safe environment has been the most freeing thing I've ever done. I have learned that my story defines who I am and I'm proud of who I am.”
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START A SMALL GROUP
STORIESX8 brings the Broken Silence model of confession to small groups. The curriculum is best suited for groups of eight (although not required) and lasts for eight weeks. Learn more about what the Small Group Kit includes and sign up to be among the first to know about the release of our new workbook coming in 2018.