Tracie Chandler is dedicated to supporting and assisting others in need. To ensure she would be the best at her God-given gift, Tracie graduated in 2017 from Spring of Life Bible College, where she received an associate degree in Human Services. Tracie’s life has not been easy, but she never let trial and tribulation stop her from being all and who God called her to be. Tracie, led by the spirit of God, wrote and published her story. Through the Lord, we can pull through, God’s Hand Was in it All revised—a revision from her previous book. God’s overflowing grace has led her to be an advocate for abused and battered women. She believes that everything she went through was not about her but to help somebody else. Through her story, she would like to encourage males and females that have been subjected to any form of abuse to let them know that it is not the plan of God for your life. She wants to reaffirm that the title of her book is a testament and intentional that the Lord can pull you through as He did for her on many occasions.
Tracie’s journey has elevated her beyond any of her expectations. Tracie has appeared in several magazines: The Cleveland Journal, The neighborhood Family Practice, and Health and Wellness Clinic. With her hands to the plow, she is determined not to look back. Being a 30- year survivor of domestic violence, Tracie is looking forward to the plans God has for her life moving forward as a motivational speaker.
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Whether you are a male or female, and you have been subjected to some form of abuse. That is not the plan God has for your life. I admonish you to get out so you can walk into your full potential. As the bible says in Jeremiah 29:11, He knew the plans He had for me from the beginning. Yes, I was lost in the wilderness of despair and suffered turmoil in the hands of my abusers. However, God reached in with His mighty hand and took me out of the trash, and gave me beauty for ashes. Isaiah 61:3 Psalm 139:14 KJV, “I praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are thy works, and that my soul I knoweth right well.”