June 16, 2017
We are Rob and Cathi Fly and this is our story. On May 31, 2013 Rob was in a life altering accident that left him disabled with a traumatic brain injury. As most of these stories start out, it was a normal morning running errands and doing his thing with no thought that his life ...
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May 17, 2017
When I was 4 years old, my father became disabled and lost his job. Instead of turning to God he turned to alcohol, became a very angry man and an alcoholic. I remember vividly the nights when he would drink and become physically and emotionally abusive towards my mother. As a li...
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April 24, 2017
When I think about my life, it would be easier for me to hate my life and be angry with God for giving me the life that I have. There is enough drama in my life to think that there is no real reason for me to believe there is a God, but the funny thing is, that I do believe in Go...
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March 16, 2017
Many people think when your husband is on staff at a church and you are a "pastor's wife”, that means we must have it all together. I LOVE sharing our story because I get a look of shock because we are so far from perfect! Praise Jesus for His grace that is more than enough...
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March 08, 2017
My name is Diane Huebner~Marcell; I am mom to Brittani Marcell. Just like any other day, work, and kids off to school; all routine in other words. I was scheduled to go to lunch from work at 12:00, noon, on September 11, 2008, but a supervisor asked if I would mind going at 11:...
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March 01, 2017
Dan and I had been talking about the continued goodness of God in our lives and I wanted to share a part of our testimony. I can probably go way back to my childhood but I'll start with our lives together as a married couple. Graduating college, getting married, going on a honeym...
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February 23, 2017
My name is Levi Hartman, and this is my story. Nine months ago, a journey began that would change my families lives forever, and would impact many individuals, and challenge the faith of my family, and the relationships my family and I held so dear. I was admitted into Methodist...
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February 14, 2017
I stood in front of a mirror with eyes closed. Almost as if by doing so, it would mean the image reflected in front of me didn't exist. I would prefer it that way. It would take a lot of effort to look through just squinted eyes, but every flaw wasn't at least screaming back back...
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August 23, 2016
Few Sundays go by without someone climbing the ladder in the foyer and turning on a bulb in the “FOUND” sign after a service, letting their light shine, publicly confessing their faith in Jesus Christ. It’s always a privilege to capture the emotions and watch t...
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