All Things New: Healing and Restoration After an STD — Carrie Wilson [Podcast]

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Our enemy loves to keep us alone and isolated in shame, believing the lie that nobody is like us. Sharing our stories of brokenness helps to create the “Me Too” community that leads to healing and lasting change. Carrie boldly shares her story in order to offer hope and help to other females who are currently believing that they are alone and that no one can relate.

Show Notes

ur93_carriewilsonEpisode #93 discusses an important topic that is often overlooked in our society…especially in the Church.

Our guest, Carrie Wilson, courageously shares her story that includes a struggle with sexual sin as a female that ultimately led to an STD. 



Our enemy loves to keep us alone and isolated in shame, believing the lie that nobody is like us. Sharing our stories of brokenness helps to create the “Me Too” community that leads to healing and lasting change. Carrie boldly shares her story in order to offer hope and help to other females who are currently believing that they are alone and that no one can relate.

Sexual brokenness is plaguing our culture and it is not just a man’s issue. Listen to this interview with Carrie and consider sharing it with your family and friends. Someone you know needs to hear this message of hope!



Connect with Carrie through Facebook and Instagram or email her at hemakesusnew@gmail.com.

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  • Webbgurl2000

    First of all I’d like to say I appreciate your ministry. Having believers fight for their marriage with a long term history of infidelity is personally endearing to me.
    We all sin and thankfully we are covered by his blood and he does redeem.
    As a wife of a man struggling with SA, I
    and my children ( who have various disabilities) have paid severely and continue to pay the consequences.
    I’ve lived sexually pure in our marriage and have not been promiscuous. Neither before marriage.
    I am flesh, so I had the temptation just as the speaker of today’s show.
    Issues of fatherly rejection and a cold mother made me very vulnerable to getting attention from men.
    With that being said, I appreciate this young woman for coming forward, but it was bittersweet for me.
    If she didn’t deserve to have an STD, I most surely didn’t nor did many of my friends who have had husbands with SA.
    Among my recovery group, a friend just tested positive last week! Many are just finding out they must be tested.

    My heart is broken and I’m feeling extremely triggered. You can’t be promiscuous and not know that you can not get “caught.”
    I have no doubt Carrie is sincere. But, the wages of sin is death or in this case disease.

    I’m not prudish nor sheltered, but it’s those women that didn’t care what they did with their sexuality that caused hurt to their own Sisters.

    We all matter. I don’t want to be harsh, but what about us? The fear and shame of getting checked out, and not knowing that my life or a friend’s life could be over with those test results makes me want to cry.
    I’m angry and hurt.

    My husband and those who had illicit sex with him were selfish. Period. I
    get addiction. My stepdad was an addict and my siblings and I grew up having been the victims of the porn and his cheating.
    I got scars I didn’t earn. I tried to live a life that was different than what I lived in.

    My mom made sure we had a Christian upbringing despite what my real dad and step dad did.

    I’m just torn. I want to be happy that this Young Woman knows Jesus loves her despite what she’s done, and I’m not without sin, either..right now though…I’m still hurting from those women who decided that having fun and living free sexually was ok.

    Please know how much They have contributed to the destruction of Another woman, like me, who was just dreaming of being a wife and mother.

    Many can’t and it’s not their fault.
    I apologize if this letter condemned Carrie.
    But, her boundaryless pleasure and the pleasure of other Sisters like her has cost a Lifetime of Pain to the Rest of Us and there’s nothing reassuring about that.