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The Unfolding

God is writing a great big story and you have a standing invitation to be a part of it. Every week, host Meridith Foster sits down with a guest to share their chapter in God’s unfolding story.

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Page 194: Jenn Pooler: A Life-Changing Accident and Surrendering Control to God 

Jenn Pooler had always tried to play by the rules. Like many of us, she believed if she did all the right things then God would protect her from bad things. For Jenn, it was about trying to be in control. When she was 17, she was in a bus accident that altered her life forever and left her angry. Why would God allow this bad thing to happen? She never imagined God could take something bad and use it to change her life for good.

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Unfolding Short Stories: "…the dream; the twins!'" A story of adoption

Ally shares her and her family's journey of adding Grace (Baby Snow) to their family through an adoption in China. God provided, grew their family, and even gave Ally a dream that wowed her when it all came to pass.

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Page 193: Abby Mingus: From Addiction & Torment to Freedom & Joy

Abby Mingus says torment is the best way to describe her mental state during decades of addiction. For years she was chasing the next high, driven by desperation to keep the feelings of torment at bay. During one of her lowest moments, she jumped off an overpass onto a busy interstate, trying to quiet her demons. At first, drugs helped her escape from fear, depression and loneliness. But what started as fun, soon became bondage. It stole years of her life. Now, Abby Mingus loves to tell her story. What seemed impossible was made possible. What was hopeless, became hopeful. Torment and addiction were changed to freedom and joy. A word of caution: Abby’s story includes domestic abuse, suicide, and other mature content.

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