Instead of making assumptions about people and demonizing them for their methods we are seeking to understand. We are more interested in fighting the evils of racism rather than finding fault in an organization. Join Karen and I as we discuss this powerful black lives matter memior, beautifully written by Patrisse Khan-Cullors.
"You actually have two types of cancer." These words you never want to hear. Marcia lived these words after living through cancer of her young son. Roger shares these stories, the rollercoaster of life and Christianity. Make sure to get your copy of “This Doesn’t Feel Like Love” https://dtmediastore.com/products/this-doesnt-feel-like-love?_pos=1&_sid=b9e83f4db&_ss=r
Growing up on the boarder can leave an impression. My friend from childhood shares how living in El Paso shaped her life and carried her across the country to NYC. This is a story of faith, sacrifice and courage.
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Is it a sin to be gay? The question many Christians dread and the one many want to ask. In this episode Gina vulnerably shared her journey as she tackles this question. Love always wins. Visit https://www.strengthinweakness.org for more videos and resources.
According to Wikipedia A model minority is a minority demographic whose members are perceived to achieve a higher degree of socioeconomic success than the population average, thus serving as a reference group to outgroups.
Today we unpack this and talk about the weight of it all.
We continue the conversation with Bernadette and hear how she has faith through the trial of cancer.
Bernadette talks with us about growing up when things seem to have “gotten better”. There are valleys and peaks and she perseveres through it all.
It’s been a little over a year since Jacob Thureson went to the hospital for the last time. He would spend the next two weeks fighting for his life. This is a mom’s worst nightmare. Judy bravely shares her story with us. Her #1 Amazon bestseller “Beautiful Tragedy” is available for purchase.Purchase Book From Author- You will be mailed a signed copyhttps://judythureson.com/my-beautiful-tragedy/
In this episode we continue the conversation with Alyssa Cabrera and learn more about her work as an activist and what keeps her going.
Alyssa Cabrera is a mom, wife, Christian, and activist. She knows what it is to live a life of need and lacking. Through her understanding she is now able to fight to give back to the most vulnerable. She holds firmly to scripture to do the hard work, even if she is the only one. Listen to her story as we explore the reality of being a black woman in America.
What does it mean for you to Raise a Hallelujah? There are no two answers the same because God is a personal to every single one of us. Yet, this song resonates. We all have storms. We all have giants. We are all enough. Death is defeated! Our King is alive.
Sometimes it’s easy to say things like “I would never _________” or “If it were me I would ________.” In reality it’s hard to say what we would or wouldn’t do until we are faced with certain decisions. There are things that aren’t so black and white. Erin had to make a decision that many would not agree with. It was a choice that would break her heart and others around her. Sometimes instead of thinking what we would or wouldn’t do...
Sometimes God sends us comfort in mysterious ways. He sent Isis a vivid daydream after the loss of her baby Ella. We are reminded of Gods grace and comfort through this journey.
William and Isis live faithfully even through the worse kind of loss, that of a child. Their faith in God and to each other is sure to inspire.
Sometimes our faith in God requires us to make choices between our dreams and God’s dreams. Mike Upton is a man who continually chooses God and trusts His timing and plans. Here is a man who has had several career changes and lived in various cities following God. And we see that God really does have plans to prosper us and not to harm us.
Life can be confusing learning how to adult. Add in an injury and a loved one getting a cancer diagnosis and life can feel overwhelming. Sharar shares her story as she learns to navigate all the ups and downs of life.
I do. Those two little words hold so much meaning and promise. On today’s episode we talk with Lionel Slade who after making the big commitment found himself signing divorce papers. He was faces with, “Now what?” Join us as we dive in and hear his story that is full of love and grace.
Meet Xochitl and Paige. What are we doing and why are we doing this? God and his love inspire us. We wanted to share stories of faith and hope with you. What better place to start then with us? We share a little bit of our lives and our faith in this episode.