Hadassah Treu— Devotable Writer Interview
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Hadassah has been writing for Devotable for years. She found us and has been faithfully writing and contributing articles, devotions, and more, to our community. She’s an amazing woman of faith.
She has recently experienced the loss of her husband which she writes about often. Her story is both touching and heart breaking and I often think of her and the struggles she faces.
Yet through all there obstacles, she continues to write and praise God through her writing and words. She’s a true inspiration and a personification of strength.
Hadassah, thank you for your continued support of this project over the years. You’re a true shining light for Christ!
Tell us a little about yourself
Hadassah Treu is a Christian bilingual award-winning blogger, author, poet, and speaker living in Bulgaria, Europe as a fresh widow. Hadassah is passionate to encourage people through her blog and poems to stand firm in faith and learn to know and love God. She loves diving deeper into the Word of God and finding hidden treasures.
Hadassah is a regular contributor to the faith-based platforms Devotable and Blessed Transgressions, a COMPEL Training Community Group leader, and a Blogger Voices Network contributor. Her poems in English are featured on Thoughts About God, Poetry Host, Words IN Verse, and Awake Our Hearts. Hadassah is also a contributing author to several devotional anthologies.
She has several publications as a guest blogger, for example, on Living By Design and (In)Courage. Hadassah’s blog https://onthewaybg.com is the Encouraging Blogger Award Winner for 2020 and is one of the Top 75 Faith Blogs rankings by Feedspot.
Share your faith/salvation story
Before Christ, I had a miserable life and was struggling with suicidal thoughts. I was 17 years old teenager living in a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic and abusive father in a communist country. I was so depressed and for months I kept praying a kind of ultimatum to God (whom I didn’t know at that time). I prayed that if there is a God, he should…