Lynsi Snyder had an incredible relationship with her father when she was growing up, but her world was broken in shattered when she lost him due to drugs. The divorce was terrible enough, but once her father actually passed Lynsi began to lash out. She found solice in drugs, alcohol and men. She knew she had to find something to fill the void.

After three failed marriages and dealing with abuse, Lynsi realized she needed something more. When she felt like nothing but a failure and a peice of trash, she realized that God had been there the entire time.

She took God into her heart and spent time with only Him. His love poured into her heart and changed Lynsi’s life forever.

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