Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Patricia Yarbrough

Pat Yarbrough


Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Author, Inspirational and Motivational Victimized but never a victim. Through God's grace, Patricia has triumphed over childhood abuse, the violent loss of her son, depression, domestic abuse, breast disease, and more. Today, with God's help, Patricia's message of Hope is encouragement for others. Patricia is living proof that God is able. Patricia's message of Hope and scriptural insights will inspire and fill you with new or renewed faith. Small in statue and soft spoken, Patricia Yarbrough's message is delivered straight from her heart. Patricia ardently hopes that you can never empathize with her. Patricia's message is encouraging. With God's guidance, her BlogTalkRadio Show and her responses to tens of emails daily offer survivors Hope through their loss. Initially reluctant to answer her calling, Patricia came to understand and accept God's love for her on December 29, 2007, eighteen years after her son, Kenny's, death. Her renewed faith is contagious and just seems to be a blessing to her listeners and to everyone she encounters. Patricia's ministry experience includes:Author of A Silent Scream, Will My Morning Ever Come and numerous articles and blogs. BlogTalkRadio guest Counselor - Parents Of Murdered Children Popular conference speaker

On-Demand Episodes

Patricia Yarbrough

God does not plant seeds that die. I am a living witness to the planting of God's seed.

  • by Patricia Yarbrough
God does not plant seeds that die. I am a living witness to the planting of God's seed, without that seed I would not have been able to share the triumph of my life with you.When I buried my son a part of me went with him God replaced it... more

When you lose a child the intense pain (grief) it hurts so bad deep down in your heart, and can last a lifetime.
Patricia Yarbrough


  • by Patricia Yarbrough
Closure after seventeen years I have been in bondage for seventeen years of my life. It hurts, I cried, I hide from the world, I lost valuable time I could never get back, I lost everything that I had a plan for which was my life. I can't get... more
Patricia Yarbrough

How long is too long to grieve?

  • by Patricia Yarbrough
How Long Is Too Long? Grieving is hard enough , to have to do it alone is even harder. As it is you feel no-one understands now you feel no one cares. A many days I thought I was alone. Everyone was moving on but me. I guest that's the... more
Patricia Yarbrough

Surviving After The Death Of A Child/Love One

  • by Patricia Yarbrough
A Lonely Road, where everyone moves on but us Our lives are changed forever Our cries goes unheard We no longer think the same We no longer talk the same We no longer walk the same I look in the mirror and I don’t even know who... more

What Not to say to someone who has lost a loved one.

My mind was going on and on. People would be talking to me and I would be looking them right in face and not hearing a word they was saying. My mind was on Kenny, and the person who shot him. Why? How could you shot... more

Grief is a devastating process. You noticed I said process. It takes time to get through it. Many of us not understanding think it's you.
Show Extras