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Hi, my name is Laura.  Widow's Might was started by God through the pain of loosing my husband, Justin.  Justin was the love of my life.  My perfect right man.  He died after a 3 year battle with colon cancer.  Even though I know he is in heaven with Jesus Christ, my heart is still shattered in a million pieces.  I've learned a lot about grief since he went home.  The main thing I've learned is that everyone's grief is different.  There are no distinct "steps" to grief.  I also know that healing comes in time.  How long is unknown and different for each of us.  In my grief, God called me to start this ministry to the widows of Artesia and surrounding area.  This is His ministry and I am His hands and feet to carry it out.  My heart is to help you and love you wherever you are in your grief.  I desire to provide a haven to share your heart through weekly meetings, texting, phone calls, and emails.  I believe God heals the brokenhearted and through sharing our hearts with each other and praying for each other, we can heal together.

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Widow's Might is here to equip, encourage, and empower widows to face the challenges of life while developing a sisterhood with other widows facing similar challenges.


We provide widows with support and godly love to help them navigate life in grief.

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Widow's Might wants to help widows with the life tasks that may be suddenly thrust upon them at the loss of their husband.  Through a community of resources, Widow's Might will come alongside a widow and assist her with getting the help she needs.

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Widow's Might desires to surround widows with sisterly love and provide a haven to share our hearts through weekly meetings, phone calls, texting, Facebook Messenger, and email.  We believe God heals the broken hearted, and through sharing our hearts with each other and praying for each other we can heal.



Widow's Might is here to lift widows to a place of feeling secure and confident to face life through their grieving.  As widows, we are unwillingly members of a unique sisterhood that can easily understand the heaviness of our grief.  We know the types of struggles each of us are facing and we can come together to pray for and love each other.

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