Danni Mossman-Tucker

April 27, 1964 – June 13, 2010

From the siblings of Danni Moss:

On June 13, 2010, following a prolonged battle with cancer, Danni departed this life and stepped into the presence of the Lord.

Obviously, this creates a significant question as to the future of this blog. We are enormously proud of Danni and the work to which she had dedicated herself and we definitely want to preserve the wisdom God gave her to impart to others through her exceptional writing. In addition, due to Danni’s tireless efforts, this blog is now a reference resource for many others both online and off.

In light of that, we have made the decision to keep her blog online as long as possible.  However, as there will be no one present to moderate comments or respond to emails, we will be disabling those functions. We WILL allow comments on THIS post for a period of time for those who might want to leave remembrances. We are archiving those for Danni’s children so they will understand the extent of her ministry.

She will be greatly missed…


32 Responses

  1. I pray that the Lord Jesus Christ will comfort the family and continue to be there for them till eternity. Well done Danni for all the hard work you put into liberating women from domestic violence.

  2. Danni has been a huge inspiration to me. Her Biblical approach was the first I felt truly reflected God’s character, and offered hope for my life. Once I found the site, I read and read and read, soaking in truth and finally feeling like someone understood and wasn’t condemning the victim. Thank you Danni. You will be missed. I’m starting a website of my own now, and hope to offer other survivors the same hope and encouragement you gave me, and I look forward to meeting you in eternity! To Danni’s family: May God comfort and encourage you in your loss. Thanks for sharing her with us.

  3. I feel like Danni’s story is my own, just progressed further. I am still with my husband, and have no family to turn to, so am saving to be able to leave. I just found this site, as I have been searching for REAL answers for a long time. Many thanks to Danni for her bravery and commitment to God’s word and his Holy Spirit. My condolences to her family.

  4. I am so greatful for this blog and have used it to help my sister in navigating her abusive relationship. It has been a great tool and continues to provide a wealth of information. What a life testimony this is. I pray for her children that they are comforted knowing that she is now with Jesus. I just read her post about God answering prayer in a marriage and her courage brought me to tears. I just wanted you to know how her worked has been a light for others.

  5. Danni came into my life at a time when I desperately needed someone with her insight and understanding. It was an honour and privilege to have known her and for that short time she was like Christ to me.

    Although we are saddened we know she is with her Saviour and Lord, without pain and suffering for an eternity ! Thank you Danni for touching thousands of lives. Your work and witness will continue to bless multitudes of men and women caught in the evil of abuse.

  6. Hmm… good-bye, Danni. Your heart of love and your passion for freedom and truth will be greatly missed. I look forward to meeting….

  7. I am so saddened to read of Danni’s passing. I just found this website a few days ago, in trying to find help for my marriage situation. I didn’t “enter” through the home page, so I saw this post after reading several of the older articles and posts. I felt and instant connnection to Danni, and was so impressed with her tireless work to help other women who are going through what she had been through. Now, I am just so, so sad to see that she has passed. But also thrilled for her that she is with our Lord Jesus and completely at peace. My prayers and thoughts are with you, her family. God bless you. And thank you, Danni, for this website. Thank you to her family for leaving it up as a resource.

  8. I am sorry to hear about Danni. We met Danni through our ministry that deals with sexual abuse and domestic violence. It has been some time since we have corrisponded, so I just found out that she has gone to be Jesus. I pray that God will raise up a 1,000 voices in her place. If there is anything that we can do to help keep her ministry going, please let us know. In Christ, Dale

  9. My sympathies to Danni’s family and their grief. What a wise and wonderful woman, I so will miss her words of strength and healing!

  10. Danni, true heart, brave soldier- there was no one else like you.
    Though, through your site I found many other great resources and authors.
    You walked a difficult line with authenticity and a conviction. Your writing was always fresh and courageous.
    When I read your words, I saw how to process cruelty and still keep one’s heart open and alive- how to shine a light in the dark of ourselves, and therefore of others, and not lose hope or be paralyzed by shame- how to defend one’s self and beliefs with vigor and dignity, intelligence and clarity- and how to be truly loving towards one’s community.
    You have blessed me and surely many others.

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