God is faithful. He uses our trials for our good and His glory. Gina Kelly shares how God used a life-threatening accident to draw her closer to Him and give her a testimony of His faithfulness for others to see. Her pain and scars speak of God’s faithfulness. Read more as Gina shares her story of trusting God during the absolute worst circumstances. God always has a plan.
If you’ve ever felt like God gave you direction and maybe even a path to take but then life didn’t look like you expected or desired, then this episode is the perfect show for you. We can maintain our hope even when life doesn’t go or doesn’t look like we expected it to. Join me with my friend, Abby McDonald, who shares with us how she finds hope in Christ in the midst of life’s messes and struggles.
Have you ever tried to cover up your mistakes? Hidden them from others and possibly even God? Told the proverbial “white lie” (that is still a lie, by the way)? I’ve been there. Shame causes us to hide—from others and God, and leads to behaviors that are inconsistent with God’s ways and God’s best. Today, my friend, Kelly Balarie, shares with you her experience in this regard, and how we can truly engage in behavior that is “Battle Ready” for the circumstances we face. There’s a Book Giveaway so be sure to read to the end!
If you’ve read any of my story shared on this site, or in my book, “Hope Prevails: Insights From a Doctor’s Personal Journey Through Depression,” then you know how much importance I place on standing on God’s word to traverse this landscape we call life. Don’t you like having like-minded friends? Me too. That’s why I’m delighted to introduce you to my friend, Elisa Pulliam, author of “Unblinded Faith: Gaining Spiritual Insight Through Believing God’s Word.” I know you’ll enjoy reading as Elisa shares about the difference God’s promises make in our life.
Have you ever worried about every day essential needs, like water, food, health? Have you ever been discouraged by the facts surrounding your circumstances? Have you ever been paralyzed by the fear stemming from not knowing how you would survive what appeared to be a devastating situation?
I’ve been there.