Wrecked with news of her husband’s affair and his request for a divorce, Shauna finds herself urgently faced with a decision. Does she give up and divorce her husband and move on, or does she try to fight for her marriage? The former choice seems to contradict God’s plan for how to love, such as “love never gives up,” “love is patient,” and “love is kind.” Taking God at His word and assuming the love chapter was really meant to be followed literally word by word, she not only finds herself falling in love with her spouse again, but also falling in love with Jesus, which changes everything.
In this episode, Rachel Swanson shares her journey from a depressed, young mom of 3 to a vibrant author and speaker, following God in the everyday moments of life.
In this episode, Lisa Whittle and I chat about one thing to do in the next week with your family, 3 ways we can choose God, and the importance of the ministry of sameness.
In this episode, Amy shares about her journey as a young adult to Southeast Asia to serve as a Christian English teacher. She shares the lessons she learned about faith and serving when her prayers are answered, but then take a surprising turn.
In this episode, Leighann shares about her son who was born with multiple heart defects including having his heart outside his chest.
In this episode, Rachel shares her family’s journey through hurt and loss to starting a discipleship ministry, creating a haven in their home for people needing rest.
In this episode, Beth Guckenberger shares how upending her prayers to start with Amen changed her life. We talk about God’s sovereignty, rooting out lies in our lives, and understanding boundaries with those we minister to.
In this episode, Marla Taviano shares her family’s desire to move to Cambodia after visiting on a missions trip. After deciding to go, their family is met with many hurdles including a life-threating heart attack. While they waited on God’s green light to go, they moved their family to a low-income apartment complex and created lasting relationships with local refugees, which helped prepare them for their eventual move to Cambodia.