The Whiteheads found understanding, acceptance and the community they had been longing for after their daughter, Sadie, was diagnosed with autism.
Does family discipleship sometimes feel like a daunting task? Don’t stress—it can be as easy as starting by asking your kids the right questions (even if they don’t have the right answers).
Experiencing the pain of her husband’s affair and their eventual divorce, Kristen Jackson asked the Lord to reveal any sin in her own heart that she might be blind to. What she gained was a deeper understanding of God’s unconditional love and a desire to share that truth with other women.
A heartbreaking life event propelled Andy and Karin toward gospel-centered service, and they started Love2540, a ministry that meets physical and spiritual needs in the local community.
Derek used lacrosse to build relationships with students like Zac and invite them to Campus Outreach to hear the gospel. Because of this, Zac’s life was transformed, and he realized Lent wasn’t about fasting for the sake of fasting—it was fasting to get more of Christ.
Rejected by family, the Porters entered their marriage in a season of hurt, longing and praying for reconciliation. As they learned to trust the Lord, He graciously revealed their own sin and restored their relationships.