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Where did you see God?

166 EpisodesProduced by Paul GrangerWebsite

What if God still speaks and works?It can be hard to believe it, even harder to see it... or is it? What if God's not making it hard, but inviting us to look and to listen?This podcast creates a space to practice looking and listening, through voices like yours. Through stories and organic conversat… read more

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Healing: "The upside of suffering"

In episode 63, we continue our series focused on "healing."  As powerful as miraculous healing stories are, I knew it was important to also capture stories of when healing didn't happen; God must have known that too, because He made my podcast the first to pop up when Darci used a podcast matching site for guest spots.  Darci Steiner, MS, is the author of "Beauty Beyond the Thorns: Discovering Gifts in Suffering", and when she messaged me about sharing, I knew immediately that it was going to be a good episode, even while knowing very little about her.

She has experienced miraculous healing and the lack thereof, and has learned that she grew closer to God in both.  In fact, one thing she shared after we recorded was this (paraphrased): "I still have hard days, and there are still things I wish I could do... but I know that I have been closest to God when I'm in the midst of suffering... as much as there are things I want to do, I don't want to lose that."

If you are suffering in any way, or if you've felt like God has refused to heal you, I really believe there is something in this episode for you.  Also listen for the moment God shows off with a timely verse.

Here are ways you can connect with Darci and her content:


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Want a free resource?  Check out "A Journey through Revelation (for the person that doesn't want to read Revelation)":

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The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."


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