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Michele Cushatt

How to Make Peace with an Unexpected Life

An Interview with Michele Cushatt

[guestpost]This video was previously aired and represents Michele Cushatt’s testimony to God’s faithfulness prior to her having major surgery. [/guestpost] Cancer. The “C” word . . . it’s supposed to happen to other people. But what happens when a terminal diagnosis invades our lives? Few understand this better than Michele Cushatt. Michele, a two-time survivor of tongue […]

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Kathleen Bolduc

The Spiritual Art of Raising Children with Disabilities

An Interview with Kathleen Bolduc

Not many of us would put together the words love and suffering. Suffering feels like anything but love. One of life’s greatest struggles is to resolve that our all-loving God allows us to suffer; in fact, Scripture repeatedly reminds us that God is love and we will suffer. Kathleen Bolduc understands suffering, as she raised […]

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John and Lynn Hampton

When God’s Wonderful Plan Doesn’t Appear So Wonderful

An Interview with John and Lynn Hampton

How many times have we heard someone say, “God has a wonderful plan for your life”? I stopped counting years ago; maybe you have too. Reconciling the truth that God’s plan for our lives is good when all we are experiencing is pain can cause tremendous confusion. After all, Scripture emphatically says: Jesus “came that […]

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David and Jason Benham

Daring Greatly in a Declining Culture

An Interview with David and Jason Benham

What makes cowards run and champions rise? How is it that some people can face their fears, die to their dreams, and still have an abundant, fulfilling life? The book of Daniel answers these questions. David and Jason Benham know exactly what it’s like to live courageously—like Daniel. Their message leads us all down that path. […]

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Kay Warren

Seeing in the Dark: Mental Health in the Church Today

An Interview with Kay Warren

You may be shocked by what you are about to read: After cancer and heart disease, suicide accounts for more years of life lost than any other cause of death. 41,149 suicides were reported in 2013—that’s two suicides for every reported murder, one suicide death every 12.8 minutes1“Facts and Figures,” American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, […]

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Reframing the Autism Epidemic

An Interview with Emily Colson

It’s a parent’s fear, an educational nightmare, a massive political agenda, the subject of heated church conflicts, an American epidemic, and more. Autism. Since 2000, multidisciplinary research has helped us treat vast variations of autism, but research can’t fix autism. In many ways, “fixing” autism shifts our focus away from an essential human need . […]

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