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Nov
27
2020
On Sunday, 11-29, we will be launching a 5-week Christmas series with Lt. Colonel Eddie Hobgood. Visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wordsoflife to learn more.
Nov
22
2020
Before we begin our Christmas series with Colonel Hobgood, we wanted to pause, thank our listeners and station partners, share where we've been and where we're going as a ministry. Bernie and Cheryl are joined by Colonel Hobgood and Words of Life Producer, Chris Benjamin as they discuss the history of this show and share some stories about the global reach of this program.To learn more, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/ 
Nov
15
2020
As we finish this series, The Post-COVID Church, the group shares their prayers and hopes for the church going forward. To learn more, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wordsoflife/
Nov
8
2020
What does The Church at large look like as we leave our buildings and start doing ministry differently? What lessons are we learning from this time that we pray we don’t forget?
Nov
1
2020
For most of us, there was a moment during the initial lockdown where reality hit, and we all realized things were going to look very different for quite a while. In this conversation, we discuss how many churches embraced the change and used it to fuel their passion to continue to preach the Gospel and meet human needs in Jesus’ name without discrimination.
Oct
25
2020
As churches had to, sadly, close their doors to keep people safe, many began streaming their services online for the first time. In this episode, the panel discusses some of their challenges, lessons learned and victories during this time.
Oct
18
2020
In this week’s episode, the panel discusses the initial challenges their ministries faced at the beginning of the pandemic. The Salvation Army’s churches (or Corps) are unique in each community they serve, and, in all cases, they had to get creative in order to continue meeting the needs of their neighbors.
Oct
11
2020
As we begin this series on The Post-COVID Church, we start out by learning about each of the members of this panel discussion and what their churches looked like before COVID.
Oct
4
2020
In this final discussion, Lieutenant Harvin and Commissioner Howell discuss practical applications for welcoming diversity into our homes, church’s and communities.
Sep
27
2020
In this episode, both James and Willis simply share their own experiences and what they’ve learned along the way. It’s our prayer that simple, beautiful conversations like this could become more frequent.
Sep
20
2020
Today we begin a three-part discussion on unity with Lieutenant James Harvin and Commissioner Willis Howell. In this first episode, we start by studying Jesus’ prayer for unity and the church’s role in welcoming and celebrating diversity.
Sep
18
2020
On September 20th, we’ll begin a three-part series on unity with Lieutenant James Harvin and Commissioner Willis Howell. In this discussion, we’ll focus on the church’s role in welcoming and celebrating diversity, and how individually, we can make a change in our own communities.
Sep
13
2020
Today we get to hear a powerful story of redemption from Captain Valentina Warmouth. If you’ve suffered through a divorce, this is such an encouraging message and reminder that God can restore all things and give you more than you could ever ask or imagine. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Sep
6
2020
This is certainly a special episode as we discuss the baggage some of us have carried into our marriages early on. Susie and Cheryl Gilliam are both joined by their husbands, Tim and David. The four discuss some of the unrealistic expectations they had of marriage and offer some incredible advice for new couples. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Aug
30
2020
God will open doors for you, but He won’t push you through the doorway. In today’s episode Susie discusses stepping into your calling with Major Janice Riefer. Be sure to get your own copy of Susie’s book, Barefoot Cinderellas at https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/ Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Aug
23
2020
God doesn’t bring the storm. But, He can transform a crisis into purpose. In this episode, Susie is joined by Major Vicki Perez. She has certainly been through her own stroke of midnight and she shares how God has continued to use these trials to shape her and mold her into the powerful woman of God she is today. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Aug
16
2020
Waiting is tough. Especially if you’re used to being in charge and in control. In this episode Susie is joined by Major Anne Westmoreland who shares her journey in this season of waiting she and her husband have been in for some time. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Aug
9
2020
In this episode, Susie is joined by Major Cristina Murphy. In chapter 5 of Barefoot Cinderellas, Susie discusses the pain of infertility and the grief from a miscarriage. Cristina shares her own testimony and leaves us with the most comforting piece of advice; Don’t let go of hope. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Aug
2
2020
As we continue to follow along with Susie Erickson’s book, Barefoot Cinderellas, this week she has a conversation about shame. How the enemy can use shame to keep us from living out the person God created us to be. Today, Susie is joined by, friend of the show, Captain Heather Dolby. Series: Barefoot Cinderellas
Jul
26
2020
In this episode, Susie is joined by another friend of the show, Lori Miller. She shares her testimony of growing up around addiction and the chaos it caused in her family. However, in Christ, Lori shares the hope that she’s hung onto all along. “You never know how strong you are until you have to be”.
Jul
19
2020
Today, Susie is joined by our friend, Sheila Lanier.  In this powerful episode, Sheila shares her testimony of how God brought her through the incredibly difficult tragedy of losing her husband in a car accident. If you or someone you know is struggling with grief, we urge you to listen to her story.
Jul
12
2020
In this episode, Susie is joined by her friend, Susan Bukiewicz. Before, we are joined by many other guests to hear their testimony, Susie shares her own incredible story about how- according to doctors, she shouldn’t be here in the first place. To Susie, this is a constant reminder that she was born for a purpose.
Jul
5
2020
As we begin this new series, Commissioner Barbara Howell joins Major Susie Erickson to discuss Susie’s calling to write this book. In this series, we follow along with each chapter of Susie’s book as she is joined by another “Barefoot Cinderella” who shares their own testimony as it relates to each chapter.
Jul
1
2020
Beginning this Sunday, we start a new, powerful, 11-week series, Barfoot Cinderellas. In this series, we’ll be following along with Susie Erickson’s new book of the same name as we share the testimonies, struggles and life lessons from 11 different women in Salvation Army leadership. To learn more, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/ 
Jun
28
2020
As we close this series, Bernie and Mike discuss the cure to financial stress. Contentment. If we learn to be content with what God has entrusted us, we will stop comparing our finances with others, we will stop living beyond our means and we will naturally be more generous people. Series: The Hustle
Jun
21
2020
This week Bernie and Mike discuss a topic many pastors dislike addressing. The giving of our “first fruits” to God is a Biblical concept. Practicing this with our finances is a constant reminder to ourselves where our blessings come from and as an act of worship, we give thanks with our gifts. Series: The Hustle
Jun
14
2020
At the heart of this series are two principles; gratefulness and generosity. This week, Mike shares about his work in The Salvation Army and his ministry being the recipient of someone else’s generous gift. Series: The Hustle
Jun
7
2020
This week, Mike starts off with the parable of the talents in Matthew 25. One powerful takeaway from this story is a lesson on investing. How are we taking what God has blessed us with and increasing that blessing?Series: THE HUSTLE
May
31
2020
Be a smart consumer! What sales are really just tricks to get you to spend more than necessary? This week, Mike and Bernie share some great advice on being mindful of our spending.
May
24
2020
One way to avoid unnecessary debt in the first place is simply working with a budget. What little things eat away at your finances little by little? Living within your means is the first solution to debt management.
May
17
2020
Proverbs 22:7 says, “The rich rule over the poor and the borrower is slave to the lender”. Of course, most of us need loans, and there are good loans, but unnecessary debt makes us slaves to the lender. This week, Bernie and Mike discuss Biblical principles of debt and offer practical advice on debt management.
May
10
2020
The one thing that gets everyone in debt is the biggest financial lie that will rob you of your joy. This week, Bernie and Mike discuss the cure to debt.
May
3
2020
If we’re honest with ourselves, I think we are all guilty of this. Especially with social media, how many of us compare where we are financially with where we see others are on our newsfeeds? The comparison trap starts at an early age and we may expect to start off our adult lives with where our parents left off. Only to realize later that the house we grew up in took our parents 30+ years to achieve.
Apr
26
2020
If you’re feeling stressed out when it comes to money, a great place to start is by being thankful for all that you do have. Psalm 107:8-9 says to give thanks to the Lord for His unfailing love and wonderful deeds. Thankfulness goes a long way.
Apr
22
2020
In this bonus episode, we are joined by our new speaker for our financial series, Major Mike Harris. We hope this word of encouragement is a tremendous blessing to you today.
Apr
20
2020
Enjoy this special release of Atlanta-based, Salvation Army band, Transmission's latest single. During these bizarre and stressful times, we feel that this powerful song should be our anthem as we are reminded that we are loved by an UNFAILING GOD.
Apr
19
2020
In this new series, we are joined by Salvation Army Officer, Major Mike Harris. He is currently the financial secretary for the Texas Division. He and Bernie begin this series by helping us remember where our blessings come from in the first place.
Apr
16
2020
Beginning on April 19th, we begin an 11-week series on finance. We will share Biblical principles and offer practical advice when it comes to our finances. Visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wonderful-words-of-life/ to learn more.
Apr
12
2020
In this final episode of our series, “Peace of Mind”, we focus, yet again, on the fact that God’s grace is sufficient. He is the God of mountains and valleys. If you are struggling with a mental health crisis, we want to encourage you to speak with someone. Reach out to your local church or The Salvation Army. They would love to help and even come alongside you in this season. However, if you need someone to speak with immediately, please call 1-800-273-8255. God bless you and Happy Resurrection Day! Series: Peace of Mind
Apr
10
2020
In this bonus episode, Colonel Eddie Hobgood reminds us why we call it "Good" Friday.
Apr
9
2020
Are you homeschooling for the first time? Stressed? Major Amy Reardon shares an honest hopeful message.To hear more of these messages, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/
Apr
7
2020
In this episode, we're joined by Major Amy Reardon. She shares a beautiful Holy Week message and reminds us why we continue to have hope. Hear more of these episodes by subscribing to any of our shows here https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/
Apr
5
2020
In this episode, Ken and Amy discuss that depression isn’t necessarily deep sadness. It’s often a form of anger. We also talk about some of the final moments in the life of Jesus. And we see that He; who was a calm and peaceful man was also a man of action when needed. How can we learn from Him? Series: Peace of Mind
Apr
4
2020
Forgive the audio quality! :) In this episode, we hear from Major Marion Platt as he took a break from providing food from The Salvation Army Canteen. He brings us a quick reminder that God is ALWAYS with us.
Apr
3
2020
In this episode, we are joined by Caleb Louden from The Salvation Army's Atlanta Temple. He shares some encouraging scriptures starting with Isaiah chapter 26.
Apr
1
2020
In this episode, Major Jerry Friday offers some beautiful encouragement through Elijah's story. You may feel worn out, scared and unsure of your future right now. But God will continue to provide.
Mar
30
2020
During this time, The Salvation Army would like to share additional messages of encouragement with you from some of our shows' hosts. In this message, Lt. Colonel Eddie Hobgood, shares a powerful illustration about our Father carrying us through this difficult season.
Mar
29
2020
Sometimes, there are lessons God wants you to learn while in a valley. Rather than making rash decisions while you’re experiencing trauma, often, the best course of action is to be still and know HE IS GOD.Series: Peace of Mind
Mar
27
2020
During this time, The Salvation Army would like to share additional messages of encouragement with you from some of our shows' hosts. In this message, Major Cheryl Gilliam (Wonderful Words of Life), speaks to the realities of navigating our new normal during this bizarre season and shares a powerful scripture on which to cling.
Mar
25
2020
During this time, The Salvation Army would like to share additional messages of encouragement with you from some of our shows' hosts. In this message, Meagan Hofer (HEARTBEAT), shares some advice on three things you can do right now to experience more peace.
Mar
23
2020
During this time, The Salvation Army would like to share additional messages of encouragement with you from some of our shows' hosts. In this message, Captain Heather Dolby shares some beautiful encouragement and wisdom.
Mar
22
2020
How many times have you assumed what someone else was thinking and were completely wrong? Have you ever allowed a false narrative to send you down a rabbit hole of regrets, paranoia and anger? False narratives have the ability to make you see a situation for something it isn’t. If you can relate, we hope this episode is a tremendous blessing to you.Series: Peace of Mind
Mar
15
2020
As we begin this series, we are introduced to our new co-host, Major Cheryl Gilliam. We also begin to hear some of Ken and Amy Argot’s story. In this episode we discuss that being a Christ follower doesn’t mean that every day is going to be perfect. We have struggles too. And it’s important to know that it’s ok to not be ok.Series: Peace of Mind
Mar
13
2020
As we enter the Easter season; for the next five weeks, we are going to be revisiting the topic of mental health but from a different perspective. We know that Easter is a celebration of Jesus’ victory over death. But in this moment, you may not be feeling victorious. If you are struggling with a mental health crisis, celebrating anything right now may be hard to comprehend. Join us for this series as Salvation Army Officers, Ken and Amy Argot share their own testimonies with their mental health and offer the hope that only comes through Jesus.Series: Peace of Mind
Mar
8
2020
We conclude our series where we began in Luke, Chapter 10 and the good Samaritan. We ask, “who is our neighbor”? and see how Jesus clearly defines this answer in this beautiful verse in Matthew 25, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”To learn about our upcoming Easter series, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/Series: The Least of These
Mar
1
2020
Often, in church, we discuss the rewarding part of ministry. However, when it comes to discipleship, there will always be a cost. Unlike the worldly view that focuses on gaining as much as possible, the Christ-like way is asking how much of ourselves can we spend on others?Series: The Least of These
Feb
26
2020
This is a special, live recording of Wonderful Words of Life! In this episode, we continue the discussion of counting the cost of ministry with Rob and Heather Dolby. We are also joined by special guest, Rashad Poole. He shares his testimony- from being homeless and addicted, to recovered and even on his way to becoming an ordained minister in The Salvation Army. The band, Transmission, joins us live and even plays a new song from their upcoming album. Watch the live video @ https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/wonderful-words-of-life/
Feb
23
2020
As we continue the discussion of counting the cost of ministry, Jimmy shares more about the work he is doing with The Salvation Army in Hagerstown, Maryland. The Salvation Army’s headquarters there is strategically located in one of the roughest parts of town. This gives The Army many opportunities for local mission work as they work with the homeless, food insecure people, addiction and more.Series: The Least of These
Feb
16
2020
For the next three weeks, Rob and Heather discuss the cost of ministry. Ultimately, discipleship will cost you something. Jimmy and the Dolbys share some moments where they were being the hands and feet of Jesus but that didn’t go quite as expected and ended up costing them more than they bargained. However, this is part of carrying each other’s burdens.Series: The Least of These
Feb
9
2020
In this episode, Bernie and Jimmy discuss practical ways in which we can impact those struggling with homelessness and food insecurity. Ultimately, when it comes to making the best decisions when it comes to helping those in need, if we’re following the direction of the Holy Spirit, how can we go wrong?Series: The Least of These
Feb
2
2020
As we go out, and live out the “GO” of the gospel, what are we inviting people back to? How are we investing in the lives of those around us and building a strong community of believers? Bernie and Jimmy also share that an effective ministry simply makes people feel loved and valuable within the Kingdom.Series: The Least of These
Jan
26
2020
As we begin to discuss and study The Kingdom of God as described by Jesus throughout the Gospels, we look at who called us into the Kingdom and who kept us there. In this, we see that the family of God is essential in bringing the Kingdom to the least of these.Series: The Least of These
Jan
19
2020
This week Rob and Heather discuss the feeding of the 5,000. Some beautiful teaching moments come out this miracle as Jesus not only performs a miracle but empowers His followers to be the ones that meet the need.Series: The Least of These
Jan
12
2020
This week we discuss the difference between sympathy and compassion. Compassion is the force that not just helps us recognize someone in need but helps us actually do something about it. Captain Jimmy Taylor also continues sharing his stories of mission work during his time as a Salvation Army Officer.Series: The Least of These
Jan
5
2020
As we begin this new series, “The Least of These”, we are joined by Captains Rob and Heather Dolby who have an incredible passion for mission work that focuses on some of the most marginalized people in our society. We are also introduced to our guest co-host, Captain Jimmy Taylor. Jimmy shares his passion for ministry and mission work among the homeless.Series: The Least of These
Jan
3
2020
How are we, as the church, caring for the marginalized people in our society? What can we learn by watching the way in which Jesus treated the isolated and vulnerable? Join us on Wonderful Words of Life for our series, The Least of These, as we ask God to open our eyes and see the people who need us most.Series: The Least of These
Dec
29
2019
Happy New Year! As we conclude our Christmas series, our groups of friends share their prayers for the church in 2020. We pray this series has been an extra blessing to you this Christmas. God bless you and your family, and we pray that 2020 is an incredible year in Jesus’ name.SERIES: At The Table
Dec
22
2019
Merry Christmas! In this episode, the groups discuss what it means to them that God actually became Man. We so often focus on Jesus as God, we often forget that He was also fully human.SERIES: At The Table
Dec
15
2019
The groups’ conversations now shift and focus on Mary and Joseph. As an exercise, they discuss how Mary would be treated today if Jesus was born into our current culture. How would she be treated by the church and the rest of the world?SERIES: At The Table
Dec
11
2019
We, at Wonderful Words of Life, want to take a moment to introduce you to a new, monthly podcast also produced by The Salvation Army Soundcast. The Holiness Podcast is an in-depth Bible study with Salvation Army Officer, Lt. Colonel Vern Jewett. In this Bible study, Colonel Jewett discusses the gift of holiness God offers to His people.To subscribe to the show, download the study guides and learn more, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/holiness/
Dec
8
2019
In this episode, the groups discuss the “empty chair” many of us experience during the holidays. How do we cope when we’ve lost a loved one and the place they once had at the table is now empty? If you can relate to this feeling, it’s our prayer that the encouragement these friends offer to each other is a tremendous blessing to you.SERIES: At The Table
Dec
1
2019
In This first episode of our Christmas Series, the groups discuss their experiences in 2019. The highs and lows. This is a very honest and heartfelt discussion as a group of family and friends share their testimonies and encouragement.SERIES: At The Table
Nov
29
2019
We are so excited to share our special, 5-week Christmas Serie, “At The Table”. During the Holidays and especially Christmas, most of us seem to focus on family more than other times of the year. And as a new year approaches, we tend to have reflective and meaningful conversations around a Christmas dinner. In this series, we’ve eavesdropped on two of these gatherings as they reflect on 2019, share heartaches and answered prayers, and discuss what it means to them that GOD BECAME MAN.SERIES: At The Table
Nov
24
2019
In today’s final episode, we say farewell and thank you to counselor, Aleata Dawkins for joining us. If you are struggling with a mental health crisis, we want to encourage you to reach out to your local church or local salvation army. You can visit https://www.salvationarmy.org/ to find the Salvation Army nearest you. Or visit CCESONLINE.COM (Christian Counseling and Educational Services) or NAMI.ORG (National Alliance on Mental Illness).Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Nov
17
2019
As we begin to conclude our series on mental health, Bernie and Aleata discuss mental health as new creations. Throughout the Bible, we see accounts of depression, we see moments of distress and moments of victory. In Christ, we are overcomers and the Gospel message is a message of redemption. If you are struggling with a mental health crisis, know that there is nothing you can go through that God can’t get you through.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Nov
11
2019
Here is the extended version of our conversation with Rob and Heather Dolby. They discuss life in recovery and the church’s role in welcoming someone back into the community after treatment.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Nov
10
2019
As we continue our discussion on addiction, today, Aleata discusses recovery. Specifically, she offers advice on what the family of a recovering person can do to help. We are also joined, once again, by Rob and Heather Dolby as they discuss the church’s role in welcoming someone back into the community after treatment.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Nov
4
2019
Here is the part-one, extended interview with Rob and Heather Dolby. They join us to share their own story and discuss some of the powerful ways God has allowed them to do ministry with those struggling with addictions.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Nov
3
2019
Today we begin a two-part discussion on addiction. Aleata shares some of the causes and some of the philosophies behind treatments. We are also joined by Salvation Army Officers, Rob and Heather Dolby. They share their own testimony and discuss some of the powerful work God has allowed them to do in this area through The Salvation Army.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Oct
27
2019
As Aleata and Bernie continue the discussion on grief, today they discuss the process in finding a new normal. Many traumas aren’t something any of us can “get over”, instead, Aleata discusses the process of finding a new “normal” and how we can offer a ministry of presence by just being there for someone going through a hard time.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Oct
20
2019
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) isn’t just reserved for those who have witnessed the horrors of war but can be experienced by anyone. Trauma comes in all shapes and sizes and some events can leave such a lasting impact that we may need outside help to overcome. In today’s episode, Aleata discusses that the stages of grief don’t happen in a fish bowl. Pain can be a much more complicated thing to move past.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Oct
12
2019
Depression among older adults is a real concern and 35% of adults with a major depressive episode never received treatment. We’ve all heard the term “Mid-life crisis”, and this can truly be a sign of depression. By the time we reach this age, it’s common to look back and have regrets but Bernie and Aleata offer Biblical encouragement on how to look forward.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Oct
6
2019
The prevalence of adults with a major depressive episode is highest among individuals aged 18-25. During the 20’s and 30’s, people experience many life changes that can often trigger a mental health episode- especially for those lacking a strong support system from family and friends.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Sep
30
2019
Here is the extended version of our conversation with Counselor, Marcie Camarillo. She and Lori share their hearts on this topic and Marcie offers advice to parents and discuss the church’s role in mental health.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Sep
29
2019
Today, we look at depression among teens and adolescents and we get to hear from two counselors. We are once again joined by Aleata Dawkins but we are also joined by Counselor and former Salvation Army Officer, Marcie Camarillo. They discuss symptoms of depression, offer advice to parents and share from their own experiences. Don’t miss the extended version of Marcie’s conversation tomorrow.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Sep
22
2019
With the busyness of most of our lives, there can be many instances when signs of a mental health episode are overlooked. Depression is a vast topic with many forms but, as we dive into this topic, our focus is to get the church talking about it.Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Sep
15
2019
As we begin this series on mental health, we are introduced to our guest and counselor, Aleata Dawkins. We also meet our new co-host, Major Lori Miller. Today we discuss the overall pace of life and the balancing act so many of us feel on the edge of failing. What do we do when we feel overwhelmed?Series: HEADSPACE/ a series on mental health
Sep
13
2019
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, nearly 1-in-5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness in a given year. And over 21% of youth will experience a severe mental disorder in their lifetime. It’s time for the church to become the first and best place for people to turn to when experiencing a mental health crisis. Join us for our series, Headspace, as we are joined by Counselor, Aleata Dawkins and discuss Mental Health through the lens of our faith.
Sep
8
2019
As we conclude our series on parenting, today the Israels recap the series by focusing on the most important role a parent has; To teach their kids who they are in God.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Sep
6
2019
Here’s the extended version of our conversation with the Mockabees. They share some incredible, Godly and entertaining advice on parenting.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Sep
1
2019
Today we are joined by Salvation Army Officers, Bill and Debra Mockabee. They share some incredible, Godly and entertaining advice on parenting. Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Aug
25
2019
As your children grow up, dynamics and roles change, but you still remain their mothers and fathers. Today the Israels share their own experience of what it’s like parenting adult children.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Aug
18
2019
Helping your child succeed in their adult life is one of the most important roles of a parent. Today we discuss education and how to help your child attain the best education possible.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Aug
11
2019
Today, the Israels continue the discussion on loss but today they focus on what it took for them to find a “new normal”.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Aug
4
2019
For the next two weeks, Terry and Donna share their painful and powerful story of losing a child from a car accident. They walk us through their grief and God’s restoration.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
Jul
28
2019
Today, Terry and Donna share their powerful story of raising their child with “disabilities”. If this describes your experience or someone you know, we pray this is an incredible source of hope for you.Series: Modern Family: a series on parenting
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