Anitha shares her journey to faith, marriage, and the States. She and her husband had plans to return to India to preach the gospel in their home country, but God redirected them to plant Indian Community Church, spreading the gospel to 80,000 unchurched Indians in the greater Boston area.
Kaylie shares about opening their doors to their neighbors during Advent to share the gospel in a fun environment. They've named it The Christmas Light Project and are encouraging other families to open their doors wide in the upcoming Christmas season.
Jen shares her story that begins with her adoption at birth and reunion with her birth family. She shares her can-do outlook on life and encourages listeners to go for the things that scare them, knowing that everything is possible for those who believe.
Vanessa shares the story of finding out her new baby boy is blind and how God moved her to pray and eventually healed him of his blindness, bringing is father to faith overnight.
When Tahni Cullen’s two-year old son, Josiah, is diagnosed with severe autism, she feels like they have been handed a prison sentence. How could a good God have allowed this to happen, and how can Tahni find hope for their future?
Five years later, Josiah, who is non-verbal and has not been formally taught to read or write, suddenly types on his iPad profound sentences about the Trinity, heaven, and strangers whose lives he understood. Josiah’s ongoing encounters launch his parents and the rest of us into a whole new world.
Susie shares from her latest book Your Powerful Prayers.
Becky McCoy share the story of experiencing deep grief in her life, including the death of her husband when she was 8 months pregnant with their second child.
Anne Marie shares the story of how she began loving on small Bibles and sharing them with the homeless in Pittsburgh and how it has begun a movement called The Loved Bible Project.
In this episode, I share all the fun and lovely from the Looking for Lovely Weekend, hosted by author and speaker Annie F. Downs. Annie was on the podcast in April sharing about her book Looking for Lovely. She hosted a weekend in Nashville to share all the lovely things she wrote about and to celebrate all God has done. It was a blast and I share all the lovely things we got to experience and all it taught me.
Kelly story begins at her visit to India during the Amazing Race and her declaratio to never return. A year later , she visits for a missions trip. She eventually adopts and then starts a foundation to orphans, widows, and sex trafficking victims in India.
Sarah shares her journey from full-time professional to full-time mom and the lessons she's learned along the way.
Sarah Tellis shares the story of her responding to the human trafficking crisis in Greece which led to the creation of her foundation True Justice International.
Marissa shares her story of being diagnosed with a rare cancer and how God provided for their young family and taught her to trust Him more deeply with her life and her children's futures.
Wendy Lupas shares the story of learning to extend and receive grace through her marriage which lead her and her sister to start The Gracewear Collection, a jewelry company featuring their unique Shield of Faith design.
Lisa shares the story of God leading her through a health scare and the amazing journey of being reunited with her adopted brother.
Suzie shares the story of when she felt called to move with her husband away from all that was familiar into an unknown without a clear reason why until after they'd moved.
Jess and Hayley share the message of their latest book Wild and Free: An Anthem for the Woman Who Feels She is Both Too Much and Never Enough.
Renee shares the story of how she and her husband were burdened for the downtown area of her city and how God led them to start ReBUILD, an outreach project in downtown Huntington, West Virginia.
Abby Perry shares the circumstances surrounding her child andhisspecial needs. She shares the struggles of the unknown,clinicaldepression, dreams she's had to let go and all the whilechoosing towalk in joy and wholeheartedness in faith.
Shelene Bryan shares her story of how a trip to Africa turned her faith upside down. She founded Skip1.org and encourages everyone to skip something and make a difference around them. She shares principles and stories from her new book on Ridiculous Faith and encourages listeners to follow God.
Annie Downs shares her journey of facing a break down and wanting to quit and then learning how to look for lovely and find the things that help her perservere.
Latasha Morrison shares how God led her down the steps toward starting Be the Bridge, a non-profit dedicated to encouraging the church to be present and intentional towards racial reconciliation.
Rhonda Stoppe and I chat about her messages from her books on raising sons and marriage. She also shares God's call on her life to share the gospel as God gives opportunity and how that has played out at different moments.
Jenny Groening shares the struggles she experienced as her husband battled with pornography. She shares her crisis of faith she experienced as she sought God's heart and will for her marriage.
Courtney Stanford shares her decision to go on a missions trip to Haiti and leave her three young children. She shares how God connected her heart with a man in Haiti named Ifwa and how God used the trip to give her lifelong connection to Haiti.