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Page 14 – Jason & Sallie Hanson

For Jason Hanson, being a Christian wasn’t about being transformed by God. It was more about believing he was better than other people. After pushing away doubts and questions for…

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Page 13 – Elisha Kearns

One of Elisha Kearns greatest desires was to have a baby. Doctors told her she had a 3% chance of conceiving because of PCOS. The journey of infertility brought her…

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Page 12 – Dave Butts

Dave Butts was in the middle of writing a book about peace when he found out that he had stage 4, incurable cancer. For most of us, that news would…

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Robert Nabulere with children

Page 11 – Robert Nabulere

Have you ever put your hope in something, only to have it fail you? Robert Nabulere was born in one of the poorest parts of Uganda. He placed all of…

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Page 10 – Kacy Harris

It was the one thing Kacy Harris feared most – losing one of her children. So when they received the news that the baby she was carrying had Trisomy 18,…

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Page 9 – Jim Eisenmenger

Control seems like such a good thing, but God calls us to let go and let Him direct our path. For Jim Eisenmenger that was tough to do, particularly when…

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The Unfolding – Page 8 – Michelle Lewis – Archives

What do you do when God calls you to let go of your dream, but hold on to Him? That was the painful place Michelle Lewis found herself. And it’s…

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Page 7 – Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz had always felt a drive to succeed. As the only adopted child in his family, it seemed to be a way to guarantee his adoptive parents would know…

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Page 6 – Kevin & Jamie Crosier

If your goal in life is to be happy, what do you do when your marriage makes you unhappy? Kevin and Jamie Crosier had been so happy when they met,…

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Page 5 – Kathy Garrison

Kathy Garrison’s dream of a safe and simple life radically changed when God broke her heart for orphans. Kathy and her husband thought that adopting a child would be their…

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Page 4 – Clay Harrington

For Clay Harrington, being a stutterer meant a childhood of teasing and humiliation every time he spoke in front of the class.  That experience made him certain of one thing –…

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Page 3 – Tina Zimmerman

Long after Tina Zimmerman gave up on her father, her mother continued to pray that one day he would be saved. There was no earthly reason to believe it would…

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