Carly’s Story

“It’s okay to feel the feelings and have the emotions and work through it. But at the end of the day you still rise. You just do it …you keep going.” … More Carly’s Story

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Amy’s Story

“He’s picked me up from the lowest, loneliest places in my life and shown me the view from the mountaintop. ” … More Amy’s Story

Melanie’s Story

The thing about sharing our stories is that it’s not about us, it’s not about being known ourselves. It’s about normalizing pain and struggles; it’s about being willing to turn on the light so that someone else can see that they are not alone. … More Melanie’s Story

Tess’s Story

There have been hard times, sad times, confusing times, but there is also joyful times, peaceful times, victorious times. Times spent in His glory where I cannot help but weep because of His faithfulness to me. I see the blessings: He took me out of poverty, provided a home for me, a husband who loves me… … More Tess’s Story

K’Anne’s Story

Originally posted on K'Anne Meinel:
DO YOU BELIEVE IN PRESENT DAY MIRACLES? I’m not talking about the miracle of a new day or the miracle of new born baby. I’m talking about KNOWING or actually EXPERIENCING one first hand. A woman goes to the doctor on a Wednesday in April of 2001 experiencing breathing…

Vicky’s Story

“Maybe the real miracle of healing is the one that takes place in our hearts and enables us to cope with our situation.” Vicky shares the journey of losing her teenage daughter to a rare disease. Along the way she shares where she found Hope. Best yet, she’s developed a way to reach out to … More Vicky’s Story

Rachel’s Story

“I have three amazing kids.  One of them has cancer.  Please be nice to me today.” As a mom I’ve experienced quite a few emotional upheavals.  After Abbie was born and we moved back to the States I found myself thoroughly surprised to be in the midst of post-partum depression.  Within the year Abbie was … More Rachel’s Story