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Ken and Joni Eareckson Tada

How You Can Keep Running and Finish Well

An Interview with Ken and Joni Eareckson Tada

This year, Joni and Friends celebrates 35 years of ministry, transforming lives for the disabled population around the world. Forty-seven years ago, a young woman was lying in a hospital bed, bewildered about life and faith after a paralyzing accident. Although being an Olympian was probably not one of her considerations, Joni chose the mind-set […]

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Barbara Newman

Transforming Your Church One Family at a Time

An Interview with Barbara Newman

Labels are everywhere! We live in a world that labels everything from coffee cups and clothing to food ingredients and designer fashions. While labels are helpful for things, they can be incredibly damaging when they define people—their value, character, or significance. And we do this all the time without thinking. Change must begin to take […]

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God’s Providential Hand: From Deep, Dark Valleys to New Light and Life

An Interview with Craig Johnson

The word surprise has different meanings to many of us. There is much fun in celebrating someone with a surprise party or gift. But what about those surprising, unforeseen, unexpected events that come along? For example: A car accident The loss of a job The loss of a loved one or child A life-changing diagnosis […]

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Laurie Wallin

Embracing Our Weirdness with Wonderful Strength

An Interview with Laurie Wallin

Wonderfully weird . . . not many of us would put those two words together. However, Laurie Wallin—certified life coach, speaker, teacher, and gifted author—reveals that God has in place a master plan for our lives that is, indeed, weird and wonderful. Most often, we get stuck in the frustrations of being different—or in the […]

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Meaghan Wall

How God’s Unexpected Plans for You Work for Good

An Interview with Meaghan Wall

We all have certain fears or phobias—powerful and penetrating worries that can paralyze our thoughts and actions. Fear relates to feelings of anxiety, dread, worry, and being out of control and is often highlighted when circumstances change or our life takes unanticipated twists and turns. Yet Scripture repeatedly reminds us that faith is trusting Christ […]

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Barbara Dittrich

Overcoming Your Life’s Overwhelming Demands

An Interview with Barbara Dittrich

Within 24 hours after the birth of her son, Barbara and her husband were told their baby has severe hemophilia, a life-threatening blood disorder. In this candid interview, Barbara shares about her marriage, raising a child with a life-threatening disease, her struggles with depression, interacting with others, and how she helps other families through her […]

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Serving Kids with Mental Health Disorders and Their Families

An Interview with Dr. Stephen Grcevich

When does “bad parenting” end and “disabilities” begin? Do you know or love a child who learns differently, who may not be able to sit still, who suffers with depression, or who longs for acceptance but is terrified of admitting weakness? In this interview, Dr. Stephen Grcevich tells us we may be able to reach […]

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How to Live Abundantly One Day at a Time

An Interview with Emily Colson

Life’s challenges can rob us of our joy—especially when circumstances appear hopeless. If words such as fear, pain, illness, sorrow, loss, or doubt describe your life, you need to know you are not alone. Emily Colson, daughter of the late Chuck Colson, speaks with honest compassion about life as a single parent and the surprising […]

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How God Changes Us through “The Least of These”

An Interview with David Glover

David Glover’s life and ministry changed when his grandson, Zachariah, was born with hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy, and a myriad of other disorders. David poured his life and love into Zach by caring for his grandson and the needs of their family until Zach passed away unexpectedly at age four. With refreshing honesty and humility, David […]

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