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Kristine John

I have goosebumps. My goodness Lyssa, what in the world are we teaching our children if not to truly take a stand against such filth and such a base mentality? You call each of us to stand up...speak the words that shouldn't have to be spoken, and teach lessons we never thought we'd be teaching to our youth. THIS is how we can stand, despite the world we are surrounded by...THIS is our call to action.

Kristin Chowanec

YES! I too am disgusted by the words spoken by a man who wants to lead our country. I too have been victimized by a man who thought he had the "right". Brushing this off as "men will be men" is not okay. It says that this behavior can continue, but it must stop. Thank you my friend for teaching your son to be a true man of God. Thank you!


This is so powerful, Lyssa. Thank you for sharing. Our faith can only be in God. <3

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Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek is a blessed mom of two adorably quirky kids and blissful wife to a handsome history professor in Wisconsin. A successful direct sales veteran for over a decade, she loves world travel, researching Sensory Processing Disorder, advocating for sexual abuse victims, and writing about grace sufficient for every need.