Redemption (2)

Yesterday I posted this really cool video from a church in Amarillo where I’m from. If you haven’t watched it yet, you can see it here.

I’ve been asking myself all day what my cardboard box would say. First of all, I’d need a ginormous box, but maybe at least some of it would say this:

“Son diagnosed with cancer at age 3.”

“Learning what hope really means.”

How about yours?

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  • Carrie says:

    “Told that daughter had incurable brain condition…..Now walking, talking, and going 90 miles an hour.”

    “Submitted even when it made NO sense…..To see things come full-circle three years later.”

  • jorja says:

    “Son diagnoised with Autism in 1995”

    “We see & thank HIM for HIS plan and the blessing our 16 yr old son is to us and others”

  • Andy says:

    “Thought my life and spiritual walk had to be all figured out”

    “Realizing that it is okay to be a mess”

  • Jana Kelley says:

    “Angry about my dad’s Parkinson’s disease at age 55 and my mom’s reaction to it”

    “Seeing the hurt they BOTH are experiencing through His eyes”

  • Christopher Lake says:

    “Having no hope and without God in the world”

    “Having hope in each and every circumstance, by His grace”

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