These days most of us understand how easy it is for the news headlines or latest round of social media feeds to cause our hearts to chase our biggest fears. Each day I’m trying to remind myself that God promises to be our protector.
This world is so big. Sometimes, it's easy for us to feel small. Sometimes we might think that our gift, our contribution, our story doesn't matter. But that's simply not true. When you support KLRC, you get to be a part of the stories God is writing. Stories like Brynlee's.
I know He very intentionally chose for me to lack the ability to reach things sitting on the top shelf of the kitchen, I know he instilled in me a love for all things coffee-related, and I especially know he gave me a heart for being a servant of his.
My son needs healing and hope. He has turned his back in the Lord. Severe depression, suicidal thoughts, job loss and chronic physical illness are all contributing factors. The Lord can bring him peace and healing. My husband and I need compassion and wisdom to help him and maintain our relationship.
Jennifer reminds us we’re not our circumstances or struggles, we’re beloved daughters and sons of God.
Suzanne Eller is an author, speaker and podcaster of More Than Small Talk Podcast (KLRC). In this episode she discusses her latest book, JoyKeeper.
This season on a listening life we are focusing on growing in gratitude. Gratitude is more than being grateful, although it is certainly that. Gratitude can be seen more as a posture we adopt.
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