Whenever I’m faced with uncertainty in life, I always get jealous of the people in the Bible that heard God’s voice audibly. I so badly want the thunder to crack and hear God’s unmistakably booming voice say: “Isaac, you need to do ‘X’ and stop thinking about ‘Y’. ” Sadly, though, that doesn’t happen-at least not for me.
There are certain pivotal moments in life that change us forever. For Jordan, that moment came during her junior year of high school when her doctor spoke just three words: “You have diabetes. ” Jordan’s life changed dramatically the day that she received her diagnosis.
My parents instilled in me a strong sense of gratitude. Numerous times growing up, our family would receive unexpected gifts from people that helped our family in very challenging times. I vividly remember my dad falling off a building on a job site, leaving our family to survive on $95 per week from workers' compensation.
In this episode, Nicola and I have an engaging conversation with Dr. Page Brooks and Dr. Ashley Brooks. They shared their journey of coming from a predominately white background and then adopting transracially.
Confession Question: What do you wish people knew about being single? Guest Jenn Hand answers, talks about coming alive, and shares how we can love others well.
Becky Shaffer, Founder & Executive Director of the non-profit organization Saving Grace takes us back to the beginning stages of her God-sized dream.
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