My name is Debbie Kay, and I am a Christian author whose calling is to comfort hurting people. With God's help, I have overcome many challenges in life. I know what it is like to be overwhelmed with sadness and grief and have a heart so broken and battered you don't think it's possible to survive the pain. I also have experienced the wonder of having my pain and grief turned to joy by a loving and caring Savior. My son has multiple disabilities, and I have numerous autoimmune diseases, so I have learned how to research to find resources and answers to help cope with illness and disabilities. My calling and mission are to share with others the helpful things I've learned and some of the resources I've found that may help on their journey.
In addition to being an author, I am certified in Grief Recovery. I am trained as a Life Coach with specialties in Stress Management, Health and Wellness Coaching, Hope Coaching, Marriage Mentoring, and Divorce Recovery. I have used my training and knowledge to serve the masses instead of working one-on-one with clients.
I believe part of my calling and mission is to offer hope, encouragement, prayers, and resources to broken-hearted people dealing with grief and loss associated with abuse, chronic illness, death, divorce, grief, and having a child with special needs. Those are all issues that have touched my life. The second part of my mission is to help educate and bring awareness to the world at large on how to show compassion and minister to the needs of those grieving, disabled, and struggling with the hard issues of life. Hope For The Broken Hearted ministries was founded in 2010. I am not a non-profit organization. I work full-time, running all aspects of this ministry.
The Lord has graciously allowed me to minister to people in 169 countries. My Facebook page, with over 1,300,000 followers, reaches millions of people per week. My other social media sites, website, and youtube channel reach hundreds of thousands more.
Donations to this page will help me support myself and my son and help me continue my ministry outreach to offer hope and encouragement to the hurting.