Discover life beyond survival
Pain and loss are inevitable in life. Even so, the heartache and fear we experience as a result often causes doubt and feelings of hopelessness.
How will I ever get through this?
What will become of me and my life?
Where was God when this happened?
At seventeen, Charity Freeland miraculously escaped a horrific car accident only to discover a life of unknowns awaiting her. Severely burned and disfigured, Charity fought for her life—and won. Along the way, she discovered that the same fears, lies, and doubts that tried to define and confine her to a life of mere existence plague most people.
How will you respond when tragedy strikes?
In Life Beyond the Scars, Charity shares her faith-filled story of overcoming unthinkable challenges. She equips us all to thrive by revealing the obstacles that attempt to prevent us from living a life of freedom and wholeness.
It is possible to find hope amidst tragedy.
Read Life Beyond the Scars to discover or renew your own desire for a life far beyond survival.
Meet the Author
Charity Freeland has a passion for helping hurting people.
As one who experienced life-changing tragedy and found freedom and wholeness, she recognizes God has gifted her with hope, insights, and perspectives, not just for herself but to share.
Miraculously surviving a disfiguring burn injury at the age of seventeen, God has given her a voice to teenagers, young adults, women, and wounded veterans.
She has spent her career serving various ministries focused on helping youth, crisis survivors, and wounded veterans. She has been able to share her inspiration and wisdom at discipleship training conferences, commencement ceremonies, and churches worldwide.
Charity attended the Phoenix Society’s annual “World Burn Congress” multiple times, where she connected with many in the burn community. The Phoenix Society is affecting positive change and providing resources to those who have experienced a burn injury.
Now living in Western Colorado, she enjoys spending time with friends and traveling to see family. She continues to assist and encourage those with whom she comes in contact.
chance of surviving first night after her accident