Love God, Love People

Gina G. Parker


From My Heart to Yours

I’m happy you are visiting my website. May you find hope and healing as you read through the pages of this website.

We all hope to avoid the P word, PAIN, but living in a fallen world, we all experience trials. I’ve experienced a few Cat 5 Storms, including not being able to have children, adultery, and divorce. These experiences can shake us to the core of our being. My heart is to encourage you to cry out to the Lord in such times of brokenness. Jesus is the Master of the waves that roll. During times of trial, He will calm your heart, quell your fears, and pour out His love upon you.

The enemy wants to destroy your trust in God and leave you shipwrecked. My ministry and the book The 828 Journey are to encourage every person to draw closer to God, to believe that all things work together for good, and to declare to the enemy of their soul that God is good all the time. May each wounded soul boldly declare, “I trust in the Lord!”

Take heart, His grace is sufficient, and He will never leave nor forsake you. My prayer for you is that your soul will be flooded with the comfort of the Holy Spirit.

From My Heart to Yours,


All Things Work Together for Good


Hush, Little Baby, Don't Say a Word

by Gina G. Parker

Wait while He works.


Tragedy had struck suddenly. I was swallowed in grief, overwhelmed with feelings of powerlessness, drowning in a sea of hopelessness, and devasted by the pain of a broken heart. The warm tears were like a flood that matched the pain in my soul. The Holy Spirit spoke, “Be still. Hush, Gina, don’t say a word. Wait while I work.” He reminded me that the battle belonged to the Lord and that I should wait as long as it took for Him. In the waiting, He revealed His glory, and I came to know the love of the Father. To know Him was worth the wait.


The 828 Journey

by Gina G. Parker

This book is based on Romans 8:28: “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” This verse is an anchor for the battle-worn soul when the heart-wrenching question that lingers during times of trial is this: Do all things really work for good? Amid shattered dreams, shame, and heartbreak, the voice of pain cries, Why is this happening to me?

Where do you take your pain in the face of tragedy? Like Tamar, where do you take your shame? Like Job, how do you endure disease? Like the mothers of the faith—Sarah, Rebekah, Leah, and Rachel—where do you take your unanswered prayers and disappointments?

Throughout the chapters of this book, these questions are thoughtfully considered from the perspective of life as a journey. Part 1 addresses the various kinds of trials and tragedies encountered, Part 2 empowers the reader to fight the good fight of faith, and Part 3 is a call to finish the journey.

Satan’s strategy is to wound your soul and to destroy your trust in God. He wins the battle for your soul when you lose your way on the 828 Journey because of trials. To finish your journey and to keep the devil from devouring you, it is important to understand the cosmic battle of good versus evil and the consequences of living in a fallen world; to understand the plan of God, a personal relationship with each believer; and to embrace Jesus, the wounded healer. On your 828 Journey, you can move from the voice of pain to a testimony of trust, as you declare to Satan, the enemy of your soul, “I trust in the Lord!” My prayer is that the message of The 828 Journey empowers you to finish your journey victoriously.