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HOLD ME (FEAT TOBY MAC) BY JAMIE GRACE
Conflict doesn't have to be a bad thing. It's actually something that almost always catapults us forward.
Author Donald Miller says, “God’s more interested in the outcome of our story and he is interested in the conflict it takes to get there. God is more interested in you experiencing meaning that finding pleasure, so he doesn’t have a problem letting you go through conflict. If God were directing your story, he’d probably say two things: 1. Allow your character to be transformed 2. Make sure your story is about saving lives.”
If you need a good cry, Go to "Welcome Home Blog." It's a whole blog dedicated to soldiers returning home from war surprising their families.
Don't go to the site without a tissue. I lost my man card on this site.
I REALLY believe in child sponsorship through Compassion International. Kristine and I have sponsored two children. Brayan from El Salvador & Omar from Kenya. We write letters and they write back. Their teachers report their grades, their spiritual growth and progress in school. Here's the coolest thing- Compassion sent us a note that Brayan's family situation had improved so much that he & his siblings have graduated out of the program! His parents were able to start a bakery business and it's really taken off in El Salvador! I love seeing how our simple $38 a month gifts can bloom into something that can help break the cycle of poverty for an entire family!
Celebrity Chef Phillip Dell talks about healthier summer grilling and how he lost 92lbs! He was a Chef at Wynn Las Vegas and is now proprietor of SinCityChefs.com. He was on Chopped on the Food Network this week too! Here is his transformation story & some grilling tips! [Audio]
Scott Herrold talks with callers about the difference between discipline, retaliation & correction. There is some very interesting parenting insight in this podcast! [Audio]
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John Fogal & Shannon Mengel from the Las Vegas Rescue Mission shared about a shift in our local homeless community!
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