The Hem of His Garment by Dr. Michelle Bengtson

SACRED SCARS

Resting in God’s Promise
that Your Past is Not Wasted

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Access to the Hope Vault!

Over the years, I’ve created a library full of free resources that restore hope, renew minds, and empower you to live in your God-given identity. I’ve just combined all my resources, along with some new items, into a Hope Vault.

I’m glad you’re here.

Everyone goes through hard times. You are not alone. Hope is the key to the survival of your soul. Through my resources (books, podcast, and blog), I’ll provide sound practical tools to affirm worth and encourage faith. Hope will unlock joy and relief—even in the middle of the storm. #HopePrevails

Books authored by Dr. Michelle Bengtson
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Dr. Michelle Bengtson's Coaching Services for struggling writers
Biblically based Hope Prevails blog posts
Meet Dr. Michelle Bengtson

Featured Post

17 scriptures with who God says you are and what God says about you. Read more and save a copy to refer to later.

Who God Says You Are: 17 Scriptures About Our True Identity

Do you know who God says you are? Or, what God says about you? Read more to discover your true identity in God’s eyes.

Latest Post

10 Things Grieving Parents Need and Don’t Need

10 Things Grieving Parents Need and Don’t Need

Learn the do’s and don’ts of comforting grieving parents. Discover how your empathy and actions can offer them solace and strength, making a significant impact during their most challenging times. Click to read these invaluable tips and become a source of strength for grieving parents.

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More About Dr. Michelle Bengtson

Meet Dr. B.

She lives to break the grip of anxiety and fear, foster regeneration, and renew life in her readers and listeners. She frequently speaks from John 10:10 “The thief only comes to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they might have life, and have it to the full.”

From her own personal experience and professional expertise as a clinical Neuropsychologist, she unpacks these words, recognizing in her life and others’ the brokenness that attends life, but also the concrete steps we can take as we walk with Christ through the thin places of life.