Kayla Stoecklein’s life was forever changed in 2018 when her husband Andrew, a pastor, took his own life. Her book, “Fear Gone Wild,” shares her journey of grief to learning to dream again through the pain.
Just because the calendar switches over to January 2021, that doesn’t mean COVID-19 or any other horrible thing about 2020 will magically disappear. Some of you are still in the thick of whatever it is you’ve been going through. That won’t go away just because the calendar says it’s a new year.
Let’s instead position our hearts to be excited about what’s to come but also remember what we’ve gone through.
It’s wedding anniversary week for my wife Emily and I, which means this podcast gets to be graced with her presence again! We celebrate three years of marriage on December 23, so we used this time to reflect on the past year of our marriage and on 2020 as a whole.
What started as a simple prayer for Leland Wetzel blossomed into a hobby and then full-blown wooden bat company, Xylo Bats.
Leslee Holliday is proof that it doesn’t matter what age you are or what season of life you’re in, it’s never too late to pursue your goals or go where God is calling you.
Poet and artist Lo Alaman joins the show to discuss his new book of poems, “We Sang a Dirge,” which focuses on racial reconciliation of the events of 2020.