“no hoper”, “good for nothing”, “lazy”, “bad tempered”, “wouldn’t amount to anything”
These are the words Tracey McGlashan heard spoken over her every day while she was a child. Words that would shape her identity and set her on a path that could have led to destruction but for her stubborn nature and firm belief that there was more to life than what she was experiencing, and the graciousness of a loving God.
In ‘The Secret Keeper’, Tracey shares her story and takes the reader on a journey which proves that abuse, pain, shame and a lack of self-worth does not have to be the end of the story. With humour, transparency and honesty, McGlashan walks the reader through the steps she took to take what was meant to destroy her but instead became the catalyst for freedom, hope, restoration, healing and a life beyond her wildest dreams. These steps can work for any reader who wants to experience freedom and healing from pain and abuse, and who wants to live a life on fire.