This weekend with Lyn Denton

This weekend, after the Ladies Retreat at Country Heights Resort, we have the pleasure of hearing the sharing from Ps Lyn Denton at our Sunday Morning service. See you there at 11.00am!

About Lyn

Lyn Denton – 65 years young. An amazing woman who carried her secret of sexual abuse for most of her life, no one knew her story, but in March 2004 all that changed forever and she will never be the same again.

Lyn is an ordained pastor, married to Baz, also a pastor in one of Australia’s fastest growing churches. She is a mother of four awesome sons and has twelve amazing grandchildren.

Lyn and Baz have been in ministry for over 40 years. Their heart is pastoral care and loving people. They have been very involved in counselling as well as facilitating enrichment and recovery programs for marriage; bringing up children; self-esteem groups for men and women; divorce; grief and sexual abuse courses.
She has traveled extensively in Australia and also New Zealand telling her story to guilt ridden hurting people, and has shared her story on radio, and television in both countries and has had amazing response from men and women seeking help.
Lyn’s desire is to see women and men set free from the bondage of guilt and pain, released to be the people they were created to be and live a fulfilled life.
Lyn says, Where ever I am, I constantly ask myself, ‘How many people here have been sexually abused, how many yet to be abused and how many perpetrators?’ It is a pretty frightening thought, but one that we need to think about and be aware of.
Parents are never aware of what is happening to their children. They are so conscious of the ‘Stranger danger’ concept, but don’t see what is happening to their children by their own relatives and close friends
Her story tells you how easy this can happen and how God has turned something that was so horrible into something really beautiful.
Have you ever thought about the number of young girls and boys, teenagers, women and men that are sexually abused everyday? There is a recorded known figure of abuse, but what about the unknown victims who continue to suffer in silence

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